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Clovis Happenings: Nov. 11-17
CR Staff -https://www.clovisroundup.com/clovis-happenings-nov-11-17/
VETERANS DAY Location: Clovis Veterans Memorial District Friday, Nov. 11 7 a.m. – 11 a.m. Pancake Breakfast 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Live Band & Car Show Veterans Documentaries Faces of our Veterans 11 a.m. Patriotic Concert 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Community Heritage Center OpenCENTERSTAGE CLOVIS PRESENTS “ALL IS CALM” The Christmas Truce of 1914 Location: Clovis Veterans Memorial District Auditorium 808 4th St., Clovis, CA www.centerstage clovis.com ...
VETERANS DAY Location: Clovis Veterans Memorial District Friday, Nov. 11 7 a.m. – 11 a.m. Pancake Breakfast 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Live Band & Car Show Veterans Documentaries Faces of our Veterans 11 a.m. Patriotic Concert 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Community Heritage Center Open
CENTERSTAGE CLOVIS PRESENTS “ALL IS CALM” The Christmas Truce of 1914 Location: Clovis Veterans Memorial District Auditorium 808 4th St., Clovis, CA www.centerstage clovis.com Saturday, Nov. 12, Thursday, Nov. 17 and Saturday, Nov. 19
NOVEMBER PICTURE BOOK FESTIVAL Location: A Book Barn 640 Clovis Ave., Clovis, CA Chrys Wimer; Gayle Taylor Davis; Jeanine Cronin and Karen Moore Saturday, Nov. 12 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
BED DELIVERY DAY Location: Derrel’s Mini Storage 955 N. Willow Ave., Clovis, CA Saturday, Nov. 12 8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
CHRISTMAS VENDOR POP-UP Location: 3317 Purdue Ave., Clovis, CA Saturday, Nov. 12 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
CLOVIS TAILGATE BBQ THROWDOWN Location: Elks Lodge 535 Woodworth Ave., Clovis, CA Saturday, Nov. 12 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
THANKSGIVING FOR VETERANS DINNER Location: American Legion Post 147 508 4th St., Clovis, CA Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 5:30 p.m.
LET’S TALK CLOVIS “HONORING OUR CLOVIS GOLD STAR HEROES” Location: Clovis Veterans Memorial District 808 4th St., Clovis, CA Tuesday, Nov. 16 at 6:30 p.m.
ONE ENCHANTED EVENING Location: Old Town Clovis Pollasky Ave. and 5th St. Thursday, Nov. 17
STORYTIME AT A BOOK BARN Location: 640 Clovis Ave., Clovis, CA Tuesday: Nov. 15th, 22nd, 29th Saturdays: Nov. 19th, 26th, Dec. 10th, 17th
SINGIN IN THE RAIN Location: Mercedes Edwards Theatre 902 5th St., Clovis, CA Nov. 11, 12 and Nov. 17, 18, 19
FRESNO STREET EATS Location: Sierra Vista Mall Every Saturday, 11 a.m.- 8 p.m. Sunday Market, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
PLACES TO VISIT
CALIFORNIA 911 MEMORIAL Location: 3485 Never Forget Ln., Clovis, CA Open 365 days a year
COMMUNITY HERITAGE CENTER Location: 3rd and Veterans Parkway OPEN Tuesday thru Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
CLOVIS MUSEUM Location: 4th and Pollasky Open Tuesday thru Saturday 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
CLOVIS FARMERS’ MARKETS
CLOVIS OLD TOWN FARMERS’ MARKET Location: Pollasky Ave., Clovis, CA Every Saturday Year-Round 9 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. (weather permitting)
HARLAN RANCH FARMERS’ MARKET HARLAN RANCH COMMUNITY CENTER Location: 1620 N. Leonard Ave., Clovis, CA Every Wednesday Year-Round 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. (weather permitting)
Miss Clovis/Miss City of Fresno Competition Held at Clovis North High School
J.T. Gomez -https://www.clovisroundup.com/miss-clovis-miss-city-of-fresno-competition-held-at-clovis-north-high-school/
The 2023 Competition for Miss Clovis, Miss City of Fresno, and Miss Fresno County was held at the Paul Shaghoian Concert Hall, located at 2770 E International Ave, in Fresno, California on Saturday November 12th.The competition lasted around three and a half hours, and invited contestants from all over the county to participate in their hopes of being crowned one of the three victors.Winners of the event and now official 2023 Titleholders:Miss Clovis- Loie MadsenMiss Clovis’ Outstanding Teen- Heavenly Carril...
The 2023 Competition for Miss Clovis, Miss City of Fresno, and Miss Fresno County was held at the Paul Shaghoian Concert Hall, located at 2770 E International Ave, in Fresno, California on Saturday November 12th.
The competition lasted around three and a half hours, and invited contestants from all over the county to participate in their hopes of being crowned one of the three victors.
Winners of the event and now official 2023 Titleholders:
Miss Clovis- Loie Madsen
Miss Clovis’ Outstanding Teen- Heavenly Carrillo
Miss City of Fresno- Bella Rodriguez
Miss City of Fresno’s Outstanding Teen- Saiya Sohal
Miss Fresno County- Elita Damron
Miss Fresno County’s Outstanding Teen- Jennifer Pan
During the first half of the event, contestants’ names were announced after a choreographed dance that they participated in together.
Then the 2023 Miss Clovis and Fresno princesses came out to stage and did a dance for the crowd that was met with tremendous applause.
The point of competitions such as the Miss Clovis and Miss City of Fresno competitions is to promote body positivity for young women, even prior to adolescence.
Judges for the event were then announced which included radio station personality Kimmie Marquez and television news anchor for KSEE 24, A.J. Fox.
Scoring for the event was broken up into four sections. 15% of contestants’ final score was from their “Red Carpet walk” which they engaged in on stage in front of the crowd later on in the competition.
Another 15% came from an on-stage interview and social impact pitch that Miss and Teen contestants gave, respectively.
35% of contestants final score came from a backstage interview that was conducted pre-event with judges only, and the final 35% of scores came from, of course, the on-stage talent show that all contestants partook in.
Talents ranged from singing, to piano playing, to even ASL, (American Sign Language) musical interpretations.
Without comprising what percentage of the talent aspect went into contestants final scores, winning contestants talents went as follows:
Miss Clovis Loie Madsen sang a rendition of “Heart of Stone”.
Miss Clovis’ Outstanding Teen Heavenly Carrillo comprised an interpretive dance.
Miss City of Fresno Bella Rodriguez presented a dance to Jennifer Lopez’ “Let’s Get Loud”.
Miss City of Fresno’s Outstanding Teen Saiya Sohal wrote and performed a rap to the beat of “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” all the while also performing a science experiment in front of judges and the 500 plus packed crowd.
Miss Fresno County Elita Damron played a lively version of the piano in her section.
Miss Fresno County’s Outstanding Teen Jennifer Pan also played the piano, closing out the talent portion for the teens in outstanding fashion.
After a brief intermission, Adam Smith, Director of the Miss Clovis, Miss City of Fresno, and Miss Fresno County competition honored a seventeen year veteran of the Miss competitions, Marie Theurich.
Marie, a former Executive Director for the Miss Fresno County and Miss Fresno County Outstanding Teen programs, was honored in her retirement from the competition with a video from past winners congratulating and thanking her for her tireless work.
The completion of the competition aspect of the event concluded with the social impact pitches from Teen candidates and the on-stage interview with Miss candidates.
Awards and distinctions were then given out after this portion.
2023 winners will now work with local organizations to help better and support younger generations.
In addition to this, they will also represent their cities, and their county in the 2023 Miss California competition, coming in June of 2023.
Couple behind Clovis’ Santa Claus Lane takes the light show to the sky — with drones
The Fresno Beehttps://www.fresnobee.com/living/article267635337.html
It wasn’t easy for Terry and Deb Toews to step away from Santa Claus Lane.The couple for five years set up an entire neighborhood’s worth of synchronized holiday lights (up to 40 houses by the end) for a nightly Christmas show in Clovis. It was almost a second full-time job for each of them, but worth the effort to see the hundreds, if not thousands, of people who came through to enjoy the spectacle.And then, it wasn’t.Even if the pandemic hadn’t disrupted things, the joy had begun to fade. The co...
It wasn’t easy for Terry and Deb Toews to step away from Santa Claus Lane.
The couple for five years set up an entire neighborhood’s worth of synchronized holiday lights (up to 40 houses by the end) for a nightly Christmas show in Clovis. It was almost a second full-time job for each of them, but worth the effort to see the hundreds, if not thousands, of people who came through to enjoy the spectacle.
And then, it wasn’t.
Even if the pandemic hadn’t disrupted things, the joy had begun to fade. The couple held the last Santa Clause Lane event in 2019. “The fun, the hobby,” Terry Toews says, “it became work.”
Deb Toews says the community kind of mourned when Santa Claus Lane shut down. She wrote in a social media message at the time, “This is not goodbye.”
And it wasn’t.
The couple is back with a new endeavor and a new take on holiday lights display.
Early this month, the Toews announced they would be doing a “Holi-Drone” Christmas light show at the Clovis Rodeo Grounds, in conjunction with Fresno Street Eats.
The couple will use 100 drones to create a one-of-a-kind synchronized holiday light experience set to music.
The show will run on the hour, three times a night, from Dec. 6-8 at the Clovis Rodeo Grounds. Shows start at 6 p.m. The event will also feature food trucks, shopping vendors and free pictures with Santa. Tickets are $15, or $5 for children, and on sale now.
This will be the first major event for Skye Dreams, the drone-based aerial entertainment company the Toews started in September.
The Toews actually worked with Verge Aero, a company featured on “America’s Got Talent” in April, to acquire some 110 drones, which they transport to and from performances in protective black cases.
They only use 100 of the drones for most shows. The remainder are on standby as backups if needed.
The drones are slightly larger then the ones you might find on Amazon or at WalMart. Instead of a camera, these drones have a 900 lumen LED color-changing light and software that syncs to magnetic north. The drones then communicate between various overhead satellites and a base station computer, which has individual flight patterns and lighting controls.
When flown in unison, the drones create some stunning visual affects.
Deb is the visual creator in charge of the drones’ flight plans, which she makes in a program that overlays them as individual dots on a map of the night sky.
“People love patterns,” Deb says, but there’s almost no limit to what she can create; a 3-D jack-o’-lantern for Halloween or a waving American Flag for the 4th of July.
Or Santa and his prancing reindeer for Christmas.
The drones are kept in check by geo fencing markers. The drones are spaced 1.5 meters apart to they don’t hit each other. A much larger fence sets the outer boundaries for the swarm as its moves across the sky.
The drones are launched 100 feet from the audience and operate at anywhere from 100 feet to 400 feet in the air. The created images are specifically titled toward the crowd for better viewing, but also as a precaution. If the drones were to fail, the Toews don’t want them smashing into each other as they drop.
Typically, a show runs 10 to 12 minutes. That’s the limit on the drone’s battery life.
The batteries get swapped out between each performance. So, the drones travel with extra battery packs; 300 of them on a given night.
In its one month of operation, the Skye Dreams team — the Toews, plus another FAA-certified drone pilot and a ground crew — have made two dozen flights and several public appearances. They ran shows at Clovis Night Out and the Great Kearney BBQ Smoke Out and, just last weekend at the Team Skream haunted attraction at Belmont and McCall avenues.
Eventually, the Toews hope to add two more certified pilots along with more ground crew and drones. Three hundred drones would be enough to allow the company to run multiple performances at the same time and also create some of the really large scale pieces, Terry says, like a giant scannable QR code.
While Skye Dream is very much a business proposition for the Toews, in that it’s not a nonprofit like Santa Claus Lane, it is still all about creating community events and entertaining people.
In that way, it hits on the same emotional level that Santa Claus Lane did.
“It’s one word,” Terry says.
Clovis Veterans Memorial District hosts annual Veterans Day Celebration
J.T. Gomez -https://www.clovisroundup.com/clovis-veterans-memorial-district-hosts-annual-veterans-day-celebration/
The Clovis Veterans Memorial District observed this year’s Veterans Day with their annual Veterans Day celebration held in their block of Old Town Clovis.Events included a car show, documentaries played in their hall, a Patriotic Concert held in their Liberty Ballroom, along with photos of Veterans scattered throughout the area. A specific part of The District was reserved solely for photos of Veterans from the Clovis area.This of course kicked off with the District‘s annual pancake breakfast, discussed by CEO Loren...
The Clovis Veterans Memorial District observed this year’s Veterans Day with their annual Veterans Day celebration held in their block of Old Town Clovis.
Events included a car show, documentaries played in their hall, a Patriotic Concert held in their Liberty Ballroom, along with photos of Veterans scattered throughout the area. A specific part of The District was reserved solely for photos of Veterans from the Clovis area.
This of course kicked off with the District‘s annual pancake breakfast, discussed by CEO Lorenzo Rios. This breakfast was held specifically for all Veterans.
“The Veterans of Foreign Wars provided breakfast that was free to all Veterans, and all they asked for was a donation from the rest of the public…that’s one of their big fundraisers.”
Towards the front entrance of the Memorial District’s event center, winners of the Veterans Day Student Contest were displayed for all those who entered to view. This student contest had entrants from Clovis Unified School District’s Kindergarten classes all the way to 6th grade. The contest was open to three sections, elementary, middle and intermediate schools, and high schools. A link to winners of the contest can be found at cvmdistrict.ca.gov.
After the playing of patriotic selections performed by the Clovis Community Band and performances from the local community choir ”Kids Can Sing”, a non-profit group that makes music readily available to all children, attendees were invited out to view the car show held along Veterans Parkway.
Cars parked along the street were displayed, some with notes of direct relations to Veterans, and crowds of spectators walked the 500 foot street length down to the Veterans Community Heritage Center.
The Community Heritage Center, opened about a year ago, is an interesting look into the history of Clovis moving from the introduction of Clovis as a city into the time of World War I. Displays of the flume that ran from Shaver Lake into the middle of the City were portrayed as well as interactive portraits of Clovis pioneers including Clovis Cole, Marcus Pollasky, and C.B. Shaver. This of course then transported into the history of World War I and its impacts on the Clovis community in this museum like setting.
One of the first items on display crediting the World War I section of the museum was an Army Nurse’s uniform, directly related to the “Women in the Military” section of the Veterans Day festivities. Other exhibits were scattered throughout The District highlighting women’s achievements throughout the history of the American military. You can learn more about the Veterans Memorial District’s honoring of Women in the Military on their website at “Clovis Veterans Memorial District.”
Utah State Announces 2023 Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field Schedule
Utah State University Athleticshttps://utahstateaggies.com/news/2022/11/14/track-and-field-utah-state-announces-2023-indoor-and-outdoor-track-field-schedule
LOGAN, Utah – Utah State director of track & field and cross country Matt Ingebritsen on Monday announced his program's indoor and outdoor schedules for the 2023 campaign."We are excited to announce our 2023 indoor and outdoor track & field schedule," Ingebritsen said. "This season, we are looking to continue to push our teams to the next level. We have new members on the coaching staff, as well as some impressive young talent. I can't wait to get this season started in a few months."...
LOGAN, Utah – Utah State director of track & field and cross country Matt Ingebritsen on Monday announced his program's indoor and outdoor schedules for the 2023 campaign.
"We are excited to announce our 2023 indoor and outdoor track & field schedule," Ingebritsen said. "This season, we are looking to continue to push our teams to the next level. We have new members on the coaching staff, as well as some impressive young talent. I can't wait to get this season started in a few months."
The indoor slate features 10 meets, including the Mountain West Indoor Championships (Feb. 23-25 in Albuquerque, New Mexico) and the NCAA Indoor Championships (March 10-11, also in Albuquerque).
Utah State will host one event during the indoor campaign, the Speed and Power Meet, on Saturday, Feb. 4, at the George Nelson Fieldhouse.
For the outdoor season, the Aggies will compete at 12 regular-season meets before heading to Clovis, California, for the MW Outdoor Championships, which will take place Wednesday through Saturday, May 10-13, at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
The NCAA West Preliminary Championships will be held two weekends later in Sacramento, California. The season will conclude in Austin, Texas, at the NCAA Outdoor Championships, which will take place Wednesday through Saturday, June 7-10, at Mike A. Myers Stadium.
Utah State will host its annual outdoor meet, the Aggie Invitational, on Thursday and Friday, April 7-8, at Ralph Maughan Track Stadium.
For more information on the Utah State track & field/cross country programs, follow the Aggies on Twitter at @USUTF_XC, on Facebook at USUTrack and on Instagram at USUTF_XC.
2023 Indoor Season Jan. 12-13 – @ BYU Invitational (Provo, Utah) Jan. 21 – @ Mark Colligan Memorial (Lincoln, Nebraska) Jan. 27-28 – @ Washington Invitational (Seattle, Washington) Jan. 27-28 – @ Idaho State Invitational (Pocatello, Idaho) Feb. 4 – Speed and Power Meet (Logan, Utah) Feb. 10 – @ David Hemery Valentine Invitational (Boston, Massachusetts) Feb. 10-11 – @ Don Kirby Elite Invitational (Albuquerque, New Mexico) Feb. 10-11 – @ Husky Classic (Seattle, Washington) Feb. 23-25 – @ Mountain West Indoor Championships (Albuquerque, New Mexico) March 10-11 – @ NCAA Indoor Championships (Albuquerque, New Mexico)
2023 Outdoor Season March 24-25 – @ Willie Williams Classic (Tucson, Arizona) March 30 – @ Utah Valley Collegiate Invitational (Orem, Utah) March 30-April 1 – @ Stanford Invitational (Stanford, California) March 30-April 1 – @ Texas Relays (Austin, Texas) March 30-April 1 – @ West Coast Relays (Clovis, California) April 7-8 – Aggie Invitational (Logan, Utah) April 12-15 – @ Mt. Sac Relays (Walnut, California) April 13-15 – @ Bryan Clay Invitational (Azusa, California) April 13-15 – @ Beach Invitational (Long Beach, California) April 19-22 – @ Robison Invitational (Provo, Utah) April 28-29 – @ Bengal Invitational (Pocatello, Idaho) April 29 – @ Fresno State Invitational (Clovis, California) May 10-13 – @ Mountain West Outdoor Championships (Clovis, California) May 24-27 – @ NCAA West Preliminary Championships (Sacramento, California) June 7-10 – @ NCAA Outdoor Championships (Austin, Texas)