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Let's Talk Clovis - Tonight.

“Let’s Talk Clovis” is TONIGHT AT 7PM at the Clovis Veterans Memorial Building on Hughes at 5th. IT’S FREE!

The topic: The Mattox Family by Jack Mattox – The first Clovis High School graduate to play professional football. He graduated in 1960. 

Enjoy a Night to Remember!

Enjoy a Night to Remember!

It will be a night to remember- a week from today!

You are invited to a great evening of dinner and dancing to help raise money for the Joe Lenigan Band. The band was selected to play at the 70th commemoration of D-Day in Normandy, France next summer!

There will be dancing, a live auction and catering by Pardini’s.

This is all happening in the Liberty Ballroom at the Clovis Veterans Memorial District Building in Clovis.

$100 per person. Black Tie optional.

For tickets, call 559-299-0471.

Clovis Sisters Are Champions!

Clovis Sisters Are Champions!

Local baton twirling sisters, Kaitlyn and Brianne Turnbull of Clovis, California  won the Junior Pairs National Championship Title at the United States Twirling Association (USTA) Nationals held earlier this month in Daytona Beach, Florida.  They also won the Senior AA Pairs Pre-Trials Championship Title!

Brianne Turnbull, who will be a Junior at Buchanan High School in the Fall and Kaitlyn Turnbull, who will be a Sophomore at Buchanan High School in the Fall, also qualified to represent the United States in the World Baton Twirling Federation International Cup competition to be held in Almere, Netherlands next week.  Both Brianne and Kaitlyn are feature baton twirlers for Buchanan High School.

Bullard Cal Ripken Winners!

Bullard Cal Ripken Winners!

The Bullard Cal Ripken 11-year-old AllStars are the Cal Ripken Pacific Southwest Regional Champions!

The players are: Joey Bell, Blake DeMaria, Jacob Slater, Kameron Bryant, Samuel Coronado, Dante Tucci, RJ Munoz, Leyton Beck, Dylan Peterson, Joey Evangelho, Marcus Chapple, and Connor Wells.

They beat the Tulare AllStar team to win the title. Congratulations! 

Junior Olympians in Taekwondo

Junior Olympians in Taekwondo

As reported earlier this month, these 12 student athletes from Sunnyside Taekwondo qualified for the USA Taekwondo Junior Olympics!

This year’s national competition was in Chicago, the week of July 4th. 7 of these athletes made that trip with Master Derrik Carter and proudly returned with a total of 7 medals.

Congratulations for a job very well done!

In this picture: 

Anessa Lopez, Robert Jones, Priscilla Jo, Rebecca Meyers, Zac Bush, Davion Harris

Jaylen Hou, Hudson Burt, Joshua Fernandez, Noah Arsitio, Andres Perez, Kaylee Jo

World Changers Back In Clovis

World Changers Back In Clovis
              Two Hundred junior high, high school and college students from around the country (including 20 from the Clovis/Fresno area) are here in Clovis this week for a 4-day-long project to renovate 15 homes in lower income neighborhoods, including Clovis mobile home parks. Clovis received 60 applications for help this year. The students will paint the homes along with making minor repairs. This is the second group of 200 young people in town renovate an additional 15 homes, for a total of 30 homes being served.

World Changers Now in Clovis

World Changers Now in Clovis
              Two Hundred junior high, high school and college students from around the country (including 20 from the Clovis/Fresno area) are here in Clovis this week for a 4-day-long project to renovate 15 homes in lower income neighborhoods, including Clovis mobile home parks. Clovis received 60 applications for help this year. The students will paint the homes along with making minor repairs. A second group of 200 young people will arrive on July 22nd for a 4-day-long project beginning on July 23rd to renovate an additional 15 homes, for a total of 30 homes being served.