On Thursday, June 20, 2019, at 10:00 A.M., the City of Clinton will honor Clintonians who have been recognized for achievements of excellence in their field at the local, state, or national level. Many of the honorees have received prestigious awards. These fourteen individuals either grew up in Clinton or spent time in Clinton during the span of their achievement of excellence in their area of expertise.
We look forward to celebrating this event with recipients, their families, and the Clinton community. A bronze plaque describing each honoree’s story will be unveiled on the one-mile Quisenberry Library Trail located at the Quisenberry Library. The library is located at 605 East Northside Drive. Recipients include the following: Baylus Richard Albritton, Jr; Mark Childress; Meredith Edwards Collins; Eddie Cotton, Jr; Shelly Fairchild; Dr. Archie Germany; Jaret Holmes; Doug Hutton; Daniel Curtis Lee; Nathaniel Lee, Jr.; Plautus Iberus Lipsey, Jr.; Scott Savage; Jarekus Singleton; and Robin Whitfield.
The Walk of Honorees Committee has selected as honorees those Clintonians who best meet the following criteria: excellence in the fields of visual or performing arts, sports, science, and writing; extent to which the person has had a profound and enduring effect at a local, statewide, or national level; extent to which each person’s work enhances Clinton’s image.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 601.924.2221.