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Horse Drawn Carriage Rides in Old Town Clovis

Horse Drawn Carriage Rides in Old Town Clovis

The season is here for special horse drawn carriage rides through the beautifully lit Old Town Clovis. This lovely holiday tradition ends Sunday, December 21st.

And one other treat - The Jolly Man himself will be there too!

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Small Businesses Saturday

Small Businesses Saturday

It's Small Business Saturday! 

A day to remember to buy local - keeping your money in our local economy - keeping our neighbors employed. The merchants in Old Town Clovis have a lot of perks, and exciting reasons to shop there. Have fun finding what you need, and helping your community.

One Enchanted Evening!

One Enchanted Evening!

 One Enchanted Evening is one of Old Town’s most anticipated events! Thousands of people come down to enjoy the old-fashioned holiday open house. This year’s event will be held Thursday, November 20, 2014 from 5 to 8pm.
 
     There will be groups of Carolers to lift your spirits with their holiday songs; hot chocolate made specially by groups of Santa’s elves (aka Bank of the Sierra); and cozy shops wrapped up in their holiday best. Luminaries will light the way through the dark of the night and horse drawn carriage rides add to the magic of this special event.

Free horse-drawn carriage rides, caroling by Gold Note, Jubilation Singers, Ovation Girls Choir, and Voices United. Two for the Road will provide Cowboy and Celtic music.

City of Clovis Awarded

City of Clovis Awarded Class 2 Rating by the Insurance Services Office

 

The City of Clovis is pleased to announce that it was recently surveyed by the Insurance Services Office (ISO) to determine its Public Protection Classification (PPC) and effective February 1, 2015, the City of Clovis will be upgraded to a Class 2 rating.  

Using this rating scale, ISO objectively reviews the fire protection capabilities of the community and assigns a Public Protection Classification number from 1 to 10.  Class 1 represents exemplary fire protection in the community and Class 10 indicates that the area’s fire suppression programs do not meet minimum recognition criteria. ISO evaluates a community approximately once every ten (10) years or when major department changes occur.  The City of Clovis received a Class 4 rating in 1988, a Class 3 rating in 2001 and in 2015, will be upgraded to a Class 2.

Alta Sierra Teacher To Be Google Certified

Alta Sierra Teacher To Be Google Certified

Google has selected Alta Sierra Intermediate science teacher Joe Marquez as an attendee at its next Google Teacher Academy to be held in Austin, Texas, on December 2-3, 2014.

The Google Teacher Academy is a two-day intensive program that recognizes educators who are doing innovative and exciting things in their classrooms with technology. Fifty participants will get hands-on experience with Google's products and technologies, learn about innovative instructional strategies, and receive resources to share with colleagues. Upon completion, Academy participants become Google Certified Teachers who share what they learn with other educators in their local regions and beyond.

Veterans' Day Holiday

Veterans' Day Holiday

For Veterans’ Day, Tuesday, November 11th -

Clovis City offices will be closed WITH THE FOLLOWING EXCEPTIONS:

 

-         Normal Police and Fire Services

-         Normal refuse and recycling pick up. Please have your containers at the curb no later than 6a.m.

-         Limited Stageline routes with reduced operating hours. NO SCHOOL ROUTES.

-         Roundup Service WILL operate, but limited. 

Veterans Honored At Clovis/Fresno Business

Veterans Honored At Clovis/Fresno Business

Great American Car Wash invites Fresno & Clovis community members will honor Veterans Bob Mclaghlin & Charlie Waters as they have their portraits added to a second mural. Currently they are depicted on the Veterans memorial located next to the Great American Car Wash. In addition there will also be a memorial to honor two fallen Valley Soldiers from Clovis, CA.

 The November 6th memorial will be a celebration of their dedication and service to our Country. The celebration will include a color guard presentation, Taps performed by Eric Panabaker, National Anthem and God Bless America sung by Silverio Montoya and numerous guest speakers.

 City Council members from both Fresno and Clovis were invited and will present the family of the fallen soldiers with a proclamation.