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This album contains old photographs submitted by various members of the community.
The photos in this album are from the flag event performed at Frank Hughes School. The old flag was taken down, burned according to custom, and a new flag was flown.
All aerial photos were provided by Terry McDonald and Sandy Johnson through our Facebook page.
Clifton is rich in Civil War history, starting with the crossing of the Tennessee River by Nathan Bedford Forrest in Tennssee's First Raid.
Our community family is important to us.
The Rotary Club originated this festival 30 years ago, and it has proven to be a wonderful success for the community, as well as the Rotary Club. Every year there is live music, street vendors, and our local businesses welcome everyone to the City of Clifton.
We were honored to have the Moving Wall as it is known, or the Moving Viet Nam Memorial Wall displayed in Clifton. Whether you visited this Wall, or the Wall in Washington, D.C., you can't help but be awestruck by its presence.
Antique Car Road Rally Visits Clifton March 2012.Dozens of antique vehicles visited Clifton March 22-23, 2012 as part of a long tour around the Southeast.
Founded on the banks of the Tennessee River in 1840, Clifton is rich in scenic, historic and recreational assets.
142 Main StreetPost Office Box 192Clifton, Tennessee 38425
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