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Pole Vaulting Championships Back In Clovis

Pole Vaulting Championships Back In Clovis

This year’s North American Pole Vaulting Association Championships are Friday, July 24th from 5:30pm to 10pm during the Friday Night Farmers Market in Old Town Clovis. This event stars several incredibly talented athletes from different teams around the United States, including: Team Hanford, Team Reno, Team Sacramento, Team Provo/Utah and Team Los Angeles. These Elite Athletes join with local college and high school students to complete each team.

Mary Immaculate Queen School Fundraiser

Beginning Friday, July 31st, and continuing through Monday, August 3rd, Mary Immaculate Queen (MIQ) School in Lemoore will be hosting a Pre‐Owned Car and Truck Sale Event sponsored by Keller Motors and Keller Ford Lincoln of Hanford.

This fundraiser is designed to assist in creating enrichment opportunities, technological advancement, and to lower overall student tuition for deserving children from the surrounding communities.

Mary Immaculate Queen School, under the leadership of Fr. Hector Lopez and the Carmelite Sisters, is committed to provide an instructional environment which will encourage our students to develop spiritually, aesthetically, intellectually, sociologically, and physiologically to fill their full potential. The school focuses on the formation of true Christian values while recognizing the freedom and dignity of the child as a person.

First Annual Kids’ Safety Day at Millerton Lake

First Annual Kids’ Safety Day at Millerton Lake

California State Parks at Millerton Lake State Recreation Area will celebrate the 1st Annual Kids’ Safety Day Saturday, July 18, 2015, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


This event is intended to encourage water safety for children while recreating at parks, rivers, and lakes in the Central Valley by wearing a lifejacket and swimming safe.


Children ages twelve years old and younger are invited to attend with their parents at the Grange Grove Picnic Grounds on the South Shore area of the park. The community will have an opportunity to learn from and talk with representatives from public safety agencies and organizations from throughout the San Joaquin Valley about being safe in the water and what to do in case of an emergency.


Softball Tourney Continues Girl's Dream To Help Others

Softball Tourney Continues Girl's Dream To Help Others

If you can't get a whole team together - NO PROBLEM! Just bring yourself or a few friends. 

This is designed to be a casual day of TOTAL FUN, LAUGHTER and helping people living with Mitochondrial Disease. 

Come join us! 

Memorial Day Events

Memorial Day Events


SATURDAY, MAY 23, 2015

Academy Cemetery – Place Flags on Veterans Markers @ 9:00 am. Followed by Red Bank Cemetery – Place Flags on Veterans Markers. This service will be conducted by Clovis Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3225

Clovis Memorial Run / Resource Fair  8:00 am

Resource Fair for Veterans and Seniors 7:30 am to 11:00 am

MONDAY, MAY 25, 2015

Sierra Villa Assisted Living Center - Sierra and Villa Memorial Service @ 7:00 am

Memorial Service @ 9:00 am. Clovis Memorial Cemetery @ Villa and Herndon, Clovis, Ca.

Clovis American Legion Cecil Cox Post 147 and Clovis Veteran of Foreign Wars Post 3225 will conduct a Memorial Service honoring all fallen soldiers and those we’ve known who have passed on before us.

Concert by the Clovis Community Band Starts at 11:00 am @ Clovis Veterans Memorial District

808 4th Street and Hughes Ave.

CIF State Swim and Dive Championships Come To Town

CIF State Swim and Dive Championships Come To Town

Clovis Unified is the only school district in the Western United States to host three state championships events - cross country in November, track and field in June, and now the swim and dive championships May 22nd and 23rd.

California’s top swim and dive athletes are headed to Clovis for the inaugural CIF State Swim and Dive Championships; hosting the prestigious statewide event that is expected to draw thousands to the Fresno-Clovis Area.  Close to 600 student athletes and close to 3,000 spectators a day will flock to Clovis Unified’s Swim and Dive Complex at Clovis West High School for an event that is expected to see California Interscholastic Federation (CIF), state and national records shattered.

Mud 'n Blood Zombie Run May 31st

Mud 'n Blood Zombie Run May 31st

There are a ton of 5K runs these days but there is nothing like this. The Mud 'n Blood Zombie Run has Mud, obstacles and ZOMBIES!!! That's right... Zombies!

The 3rd annual Mud 'n Blood Zombie Run invites runners and zombies of all ages to join in the fun at the picturesque (and slightly scary) Hobb's Grove.

The 5k run follows a path through zombie infested tree-lined roads, around blueberry fields, over and through water crossings with ups, downs, ins and outs. Some are difficult and some are not (ALL water is pumped back out and used to water the wedding area and fire suppression pond. None is wasted).  

The object of the run is to make it through "unbitten" and join the other runners (and zombies) for the "Life After Death" party.  

There will also be music, food, drinks and fun.

The Mud 'n Blood Zombie run benefits St. Jude Children's Cancer Research Hospital.