Gallery - Clark in Action
Clark presents Kyiv (Ukraine) Mayor Vitaly Klitschko a book on sports in Halton Hills. The book was written by ward 2 resident Mark Rowe.
Pictured at the 2022 Highland Games with Chief Organizer Adrian Millar and Milton MPP Adam Van Koeverdan, Honourary Chieftain
Clark Somerville at the FCM conference.
Clark rose at a recent FCM conference to speak on the need for all orders of government to provide support for citizens of Ukraine as they arriving here.
Clark giving a Halton Hills update on Cogeco
Clark dressed up for the parade in the Glen on Canada Day!
Clark with the Deputy Clerk of the Town submitting his papers to run in the Municipal election.
Clark and Jenn promoting shopping local at the Acton Farmers Market
Clark speaks at an International Development week event in Ottawa
Clark attending the Halton Hills Turtle Guardians meeting as turtles saved last fall are released back into the wild.
Clark Presents Prime Minister Trudeau a copy of a book on Halton Region written by former Councillor John MacDonald
Clark walking with the Aton Rotary to support the “Coldest Night of the Year” fundraiser.
Clark receiving the medal of honour for his work with rural Communities from the President of the Peruvian Association of Rural Communities.
Here is Clark with 4 levels of Government represented at the Halton Hills Highland games With Chair Carr, Ted Arnott MPP and Michael Chong MP
Chief Tanner and Clark share a light hearted moment before his swearing in on the Halton Police Services Board. He is pictured with HRPS solicitor Ken Kellertas
The Croatian Centre in Norval is a hub of activity. Clark was invited with Mayor Bonnette to welcome a new Parish Priest to the community. Pictured left to right is Father Robert, Mayor Bonnette, Clark Somerville, Father Marco who is now heading to Chicago.
Clark Backstage with Hockey great Darryl Sittler
Clark with the youngest Mayor elected in Ghana. She was 21 when first elected and has now served for 10 years.
During Covid Clark visiting the Holland Shop in Acton to highlight “shop Local”
Working the BBQ at a Cram the cruiser event raising money and food items for the Acton Foodshare. Pictured with Acton Councillor Mike Albano
Clark takes a selfie with Milton Mayor Gord Krantz. The longest serving Mayor of a large municipality ion Canada
A selfie with former Mayor Hazel McCallion after she received an award of honour.
Clark was honoured to be invited to speak at the Paris Climate Change summit and was a signatory on the document. Clark believes we need to address Climate Change NOW!
Clark Addresses the delegates at the United Cities and Local Government meeting in Bogota Columbia. He was elected as President of the North American Sector and spoke of the work being done in Canada on Indigenous relations and increasing diversity on our Councils.