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Big Hat Days Are Here!

Big Hat Days Are Here!
Big Hat Days are back!This weekend, April 5th and 6th in Old Town Clovis expect a lot of amazing vendors, food, music and friends.  Saturday, April 5th 9am-6pm &Sunday, April 6th 9am-5pm Please remember dogs are not invited. It's challenging enough to walk about amungst the people and strollers. 

FREE Concert At Sierra Vista Mall

FREE Concert At Sierra Vista Mall

It's Clovis Rodeo Month! So, kicking off the excitement is a FREE concert is the community park at Sierra Vista Mall this Thursday, April 3rd.

The 2014 Rodeo Roadshow, sponsored by The Wolf 102.7 and Sierra Vista Mall, features acoustic performances by Jaime Lynn Spears and The Swon Brothers.

Get there before 6pm for this free concert on April 3, 2014. 

Big Hat Mixer

Spring is almost here - which has us thinking about Big Hat Days!

Come on over to the Sierra Vista Mall from 5-7 p.m. on March 19th.

It's a great oppportunity to network, eat, drink, and wear a fun hat that illustrates your Clovis business. There will be a Best Hat Contest, by the way - with prizes.

If you have any questions, contact the Clovis Chamber of Commerce at 299-7363.

Clovis North 4th Annual Blood Drive March 20th

Clovis North 4th Annual Blood Drive March 20th

Clovis North is hosting the 4th Annual Blood Drive on Thursday, March 20th from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. in the Clovis North Small Gym. Remember, every pint donated saves up to 3 lives! There will be food, raffle prizes and a free T-shirt to all those who donate. Come out and support this great cause!

Teacher of the Year

Outstanding teachers make up a diverse group, but one thing many of them share is a heightened sense of humor. When Buchanan High School science teacher Paul Lake delivered a short speech this past Friday as one of 11 California League of High Schools regional educators of the year all speaking at a special dinner, he opened his speech by saying, “I’m just grateful there’s no swimsuit competition for this thing.”

The next morning, when he found out during a conference general session with over 700 educators present that he had been chosen to be the CLHS 2014 State High School Educator of the Year, he was humble, saying the award was due to his nominator’s writing skills and his propensity for speaking in front of a crowd, that he was honored just to spend time in the company of the other regional educators of the year. “If I were a parent at one of their schools, I would go to the school board and fight to get my kid in their class,” he said.

Congrats Clovis Unified!

For the first time, Clovis Unified was recognized as a California Business for Education Excellence (CBEE) Honor Roll District for 2013, one of only seven districts in the state and the only school district north of Los Angeles to receive the distinguished recognition. According to CBEE, “after an extensive analysis of student data for every public school and district in California, [these districts] stood above the rest in raising students to grade-level proficiency and beyond.”

Thirty-two Clovis Unified schools were also just named to the prestigious CBEE 2013 Honor Roll list. Schools receiving this distinction from California’s business community have demonstrated consistent high levels of student academic achievement, improvement in achievement over time and reduction in achievement gaps among student populations. For high schools, the Honor Roll recognition also includes measures of college readiness.

Help A Family Honor Their Daughter's Wishes

Help A Family Honor Their Daughter's Wishes

Brittany Wilkinson's wish was to help people understand Mitochondrial Disease, and show compassion to people of all abilities. Now, her family and legion of friends carry on that wish. She brought awareness all the way to Washington DC, became the Youth Ambassador for The United Mitochondria Disease Foundation, helped bring awareness to our Central Valley communities with Mito Week every September, and touched the lives with her Grace, Hope and unwaivering Faith. 

You are invited to help continue that wish. KMPH FOX 26's Kim Stephens MC's this event every year. There is a delicious dinner with compelling and interresting speakers, along with a generous raffle and many alluring silent auction items.