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Robotics Team Headed To World Festival

Robotics Team Headed To World Festival

Congratulations to the outstanding Riverview Elementary School Robotics Team who will be representing the Central Valley at the Robotics World Festival in St. Louis, April 22-25, 2015. At the World Festival, they will compete with 107 teams from around the world!

The FAB 5 is a first year robotics team consisting of five sixth grade boys, Noah Arsitio, Corben Beaty Jeffrey Forbes, Evan Murai, and Daniel Shin. They competed among more than 100 teams in the Central Valley Region and placed first at the 2014 FLL Central Valley Robotics Championship in December.

Clovis Rodeo Ticket Office Is Open

Clovis Rodeo Ticket Office Is Open

You can now buy your tickets in person at the Clovis Rodeo Grounds box office for the 101st Clovis Rodeo. The 101st Clovis Rodeo takes place April 23-26, 2015 with four-days of hoof pounding rodeo action and back to back concerts.

The box office located at the Clovis Rodeo Grounds at 748 Rodeo Drive, south of Fifth Street, just off of Clovis Avenue. Fans can buy tickets in-person 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. daily Monday through Friday. Box office hours will be extended in April.

The Clovis Rodeo will include back to back concerts for rodeo fans attending the Thursday and Friday night performances. Immediately following the opening of the 101st Clovis Rodeo and the PBR Bull Riding Touring Pro Division on Thursday, April 23 will be the country rock sound of Parmalee. Rising star Frankie Ballard will entertain Friday Night rodeo fans with a little “Sunshine and Whiskey” on April 24.

Author Book Signing

A Book Barn is proud to host a book signing for Tanya Nichol’s debut novel, “The Barber’s Wife”, a historical novel about Mayme Holloway, outlaws, dangerous secrets, dangerous lives, dangerous patients and a dangerous love.

Tanya Nichols is a local author who has also been a writing and literature professor at CSU Fresno for the past eleven years, and serves as coordinator for the annual Young Writers’ Conference held at CSUF.

This is Saturday, February 28th from 2-4 p.m. at A Book Barn on Clovis Avenue in Clovis

Great American Car Wash Read Across America Book Drive

Drop Off A Book, Earn A Free Carwash!

Great American Carwash will accept books to celebrate Read Across America

Reading is a gift many take for granted. Everywhere you turn words are all around us. But there are many who still struggle and others who would rather turn to electronics then picking up a good book. The National Education Association began Read Across America 17 years ago with the idea to help motivate children and teens to read.

Clovis Crab Feed

Clovis Crab Feed

You are invited to join friends for some great food and a chance to meet Jeremy “Elvis” Pearce, the entertainer for the evening.

BOOT, the Business of Old Town Clovis, will be holding its annual Crab Feed on Saturday, February 28, 2015, at the Clovis Senior Activity Center. This event will begin at 6:00 p.m.

The fee is $55.00 per person or $400.00 for a table that seats 8 people.

 

Honoring Our Veterens

Honoring Our Veterens

Honor our Veterans on Thursday, February 26, 2015, from 10:00 to 11:00 am at the Clovis Senior Activity Center.  

You are invited to join in the celebration paying tribute then to our men and women who have kept us safe here in the United States these many years.

African American Student Leadership Conference

Uniting hundreds of students from across the Valley, the 8th annual African American Student Leadership Conference at Clovis North High School on Tuesday, February 24 aims ignite bright futures for all in attendance.

Seventh through twelfth grade students from Central Unified, Clovis Unified, Fresno Unified, Hanford West High School and, for the first time, Madera Unified will convene at the Performing Arts Center on the Clovis North campus for the innovative leadership conference.

This year’s theme is “IGNITE: Your Dreams and Your Future” and is designed to educate, inspire, and encourage students to achieve academic excellence and cultivate positive cultural and social change.