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New solar panels at New Dosey Township Town Hall added October 2011

Little Library for Cloverton
Weekenders Carole and Ron Hessler built this adorable Little Library for Cloverton. People can leave a book, then take a book to read.


December 2008 – Clinton Todd Elliott


We don’t have many teenagers out here in our little township, so Clint Elliott stands out in more ways than one.

He was born Clinton Todd Elliott on December 20, 1990, to DeVonne and Todd Elliott, who owned a home on McDermott Creek Road. Clint has one sister Candy.

Clint’s mom passed away when he was 3 years old and at age 5, he moved with his dad and Candy to Isanti. He attended Isanti Elementary School through the 6th grade. His father married Vicki Simonson in 1997 and this brought his step-brother David into his family. When David had graduated from high school in 2004, the family moved back to their homestead in Cloverton.

Clint is now a junior at East Central High School in Banning Junction where he excels in art. Some of his beautiful pottery work can be seen and purchased at the Hay Creek Outpost, which is owned and operated by his family. Clint has worked part-time at the Outpost since it opened. He also has the job of mowing the lawns at the town hall and the Cloverton cemetery.

In addition to art, Clint has an interest in landscaping. An example of his talent with this is the lawn work he has done at their home. He also enjoys 4-wheeling and snowmobiling. His mom Vicki added to this interview by saying that Clint also does some home interior work in their home.

Clint will graduate from high school in 2010 and is looking forward to a future that includes landscaping. Those of us out here in New Dosey Township know that this friendly, hardworking young man will do well at whatever he chooses for his life’s work.


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