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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.

Free Skywalk Jump Night

Free Skywalk Jump Night

Skywalk is offering this event FREE for kids.  

No reservations for this. Walk - Ins only. 

Senior Bean Bag Baseball

Senior Bean Bag Baseball

This is a hoot! Want to watch seniors play an inspired and energetic game of bean bag baseball?

Here are the rules: Players stand 15 feet away from a specially designed board that is propped up on the ground. The board has nine circular holes, two marked with “1”, two with “2”, two with “Out”, one with “3”, and one with “HR”. There is also one square hole marked “Foul.” Chairs are set up as bases, and a “batter” gets three attempts to toss a bean bag into one of the holes on the board, taking the corresponding “base”. Strikes occur if the “batter” misses the board on a throw, tosses the bean bag into the “Foul” hole, or steps over the throwing line.

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! 

MS Walk April 25th in Fresno

MS Walk April 25th in Fresno

Over 2,000 Walkers, Moving Toward a Cure


The Southern California & Nevada Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society will hold its annual Walk MS event at Fig Garden Village on Saturday, April 25, 2015. Walk MS is a rallying point of the MS movement; a community coming together to raise funds and celebrate hope for the future.

Over 2000 walkers are expected to come out to Fig Garden Village to help raise this year’s goal of $2.5 million.  Money raised at Walk MS will support direct services for the 20,000 people with MS and their families in our communities. Funds raised also support MS research worldwide to stop MS in its tracks, restore function that’s been lost and end MS forever. Together, we will find a cure for this chronic, unpredictable disease of the central nervous system.  

Give Blood At Clovis Rodeo Blood Drive

Give Blood At Clovis Rodeo Blood Drive

The Clovis Rodeo Association, KISS Country Radio and the Central California Blood Center invite you to  the 15th Annual Rodeo Blood Drive and Clovis Rodeo Wednesday, April 22.  Due to the success of this 15th annual event, the blood drive has been scheduled one day earlier than in years past to accommodate greater parking needs and lessen traffic at the Clovis Rodeo Grounds. Whether you arrive dressed in your cowboy/cowgirl “duds” or your Rodeo commemorative T-shirt from a previous year; the Blood Center and the Clovis Rodeo Association invite you to take just an hour from your day to “help patients in Valley hospitals get back in the saddle again.” (Since the very first Rodeo Blood Drive in 2001, more than 13,000 folks have attended and registered to donate.)