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Memorial Day Events

 

SATURDAY, MAY 23, 2015

Academy Cemetery – Place Flags on Veterans Markers @ 9:00 am. Followed by Red Bank Cemetery – Place Flags on Veterans Markers. This service will be conducted by Clovis Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3225

Clovis Memorial Run / Resource Fair  8:00 am

Resource Fair for Veterans and Seniors 7:30 am to 11:00 am

MONDAY, MAY 25, 2015

Sierra Villa Assisted Living Center - Sierra and Villa Memorial Service @ 7:00 am

Memorial Service @ 9:00 am. Clovis Memorial Cemetery @ Villa and Herndon, Clovis, Ca.

Clovis American Legion Cecil Cox Post 147 and Clovis Veteran of Foreign Wars Post 3225 will conduct a Memorial Service honoring all fallen soldiers and those we’ve known who have passed on before us.

Concert by the Clovis Community Band Starts at 11:00 am @ Clovis Veterans Memorial District

808 4th Street and Hughes Ave.

Free Skywalk Jump Night

Free Skywalk Jump Night

Skywalk is offering this event FREE for kids.  

No reservations for this. Walk - Ins only. 

Big Memorial Day Weekend In Clovis

Clovis Memorial Weekend

FRIDAY MAY 22

Farmers Market Old Town Clovis 5:30 pm till 9:00 pm Fresh Veggies’, Food and music.

Bluegrass music @ Clovis Memorial Building 4th and Hughes Ave (East side of building).

Bring a chair. 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

SATURDAY MAY 23

Academy Cemetery – Place Flags on Veterans Markers @ 9:00 am.

Service conducted by Clovis Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3225

Clovis Memorial Run / Resource Fair.   www.clovismemorialrun.com Our First Race starts @ 8:00 am

Resource Fair for Veterans and Seniors 7:30 am to 11:00 am

Call Shonna Halterman  559 324-2767  7:30 am till 11:00 am

Concert Benefits Honor Flight

Concert Benefits Honor Flight

Clovis North Educational Center would like to invite you to two special concerts that the Clovis North Music Department will be presenting on Saturday May 16, 2015.

These concerts will feature the Clovis North Wind Ensemble, String Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra and Granite Ridge Choir. The entire concert will be conducted by Col. Arnald Gabriel, retired conductor and commander of the United States Air Force Band.  All proceeds from the concerts will benefit the Central Valley Honor Flights.

 

It's Time To Rock The Mall!

It's Time To Rock The Mall!

Softball Tourney Continues Girl's Dream To Help Others

Softball Tourney Continues Girl's Dream To Help Others

If you can't get a whole team together - NO PROBLEM! Just bring yourself or a few friends. 

This is designed to be a casual day of TOTAL FUN, LAUGHTER and helping people living with Mitochondrial Disease. 

Come join us! 

VALLEY DROUGHT 2015 - Cities May Get Increased Water Restrictions

VALLEY DROUGHT 2015 - Cities May Get Increased Water Restrictions

Brand new numbers are out on water usage, and as a state we're doing horribly.

 Water use was down almost 3% in February. That may seem good, but usage was down over 20% in December.

Who's hogging all the water?  Turns out Clovis is guzzling it down. Water usage there was actually up 3%.

Fresno was down 7%.

And Visalia was down over 14%.

 The biggest offenders are in San Diego and Los Angeles. Those areas use almost 70% of the water in the state.

Now, Governor Brown's plans to drop water usage by 25% could be going up for areas that use more than their fair share.

People who live in Clovis, Exeter, Hanford, Kerman, Kingsburg, Lemoore, Los Banos, Merced and Visalia could be looking at mandatory 35% water cuts. Those cities are on a list of over 100 who use what the state calls too much water per person. Because of that, state officials will decide later this month whether to hit these communities with stricter water laws.