I am lucky enough to meet a lot of wonderful local people and it is a large part of my position that I enjoy immensely. Clint and his brother Kent deserve a shoutout.
A couple of weeks ago I was invited to celebrate Clint’s first birthday for Mustard Seed Lighthouse of Hope. It was a wonderful celebration of all that Clint has achieved in just 12 months in business, which in this current economic climate 12 months in business is a milestone and achievement worth celebrating.
Clint is the businessowner of Mustard Seed Lighthouse of Hope and his brother Kent is the businessowner of Chilled Rolled Ice Cream at Marcoola. Clint is the floral artist and Kent is the foodie. Clint is a very talented man that is known for being a leading example for inclusive education and celebration of diversity and creation. Kent’s ice cream not only tastes amazing, but is a work of art.
Originally from Hawaii, both Clint and Kent have some pretty serious health issues, but they don’t let this stop them and you can’t help but admire and respect them. They bring joy and inspiration to others.
I would like to also give a special mention to Clint and Kent’s awesome mum, Tricia, who supports and guides the boys in their business activities. I am in awe of Tricia and her positive approach to life is infectious. This outlook reflects on her boys and she should be very proud of the caring young men that she has guided them to be.
If you are in Marcoola (2B/930 David Low Way behind Bendigo Bank), I highly recommend dropping by to meet the boys. You will get the opportunity to see some of Clint’s floral creations in his art gallery. Local businesses are the heart of our community and these are brothers with a big heart and big smiles.