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Nominate An Outstanding Senior Citizen

The search is on for California’s outstanding senior volunteers.

The Salute to Senior Service program recognizes senior volunteers for the many contributions they make in their communities.

Nominations and votes for deserving seniors will be accepted from Jan. 15 through March 1, 2014. The winner in each state will receive $500 and one national winner will receive $5,000 to donate to the winners’ charities of choice. To learn about the 2013 outstanding senior volunteer from California go to http://www.salutetoseniorservice.com/volunteer-contest/entries/pat-s-2/

Help The Fight Against Cancer

Help The Fight Against Cancer

Nominate An Exceptional Person

It's time to nominate that special student, family or staff member involved with Clovis Unified School District who's a hard worker and dedicated to students with special needs. 

The Special Education Community Advisory Committee is accepting nominations until February 15th. Download the form from the Special Education Department .

A reception will be March 21st at 7p.m. for the 24 people chosen from the nominations district-wide. 

Have a Safe & Happy New Year!

Have a Safe & Happy New Year!

Pictures with Santa

Pictures with Santa


You have just a few more opportunities to take your Christmas picture with Santa!

 Visit Santa's Village at Sierra Vista Mall's Center Court :

Hurry! He'll be there until this Tuesday Christmas Eve, December 24th.

Senior Center Holiday Luncheon

You are invited to share a lovely afternoon Saturday, December 14th at noon at The Clovis Veteran's Memorial Building. 

This holiday celebration is hosted by the Clovis Kiwanis.

If you'd like tickets, please call the Clovis Senior Center at 559-324-2750.

Coats for Kids

Clovis Police Corporal Dustin Dodd is no stranger to winter coat collections for children in the City of Clovis. He and his colleagues have spearheaded coat drives for youngsters in Title 1 schools over the last few years. The smiles on the kids’ faces show their appreciation.

 This year, Corporal Dodd decided to expand the coat program to cover ALL children in Clovis who need winter coats and jackets. Community partners include City of Clovis employees, Target Corporation, Walmart, Kohl’s, CVS Pharmacy, Mountain View Community Church, New Harvest Church and Sonrise Church