Clovis Children’s Electric Christmas Parade

Clovis Children’s Electric Christmas Parade

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FC band and winter guard march in the Clovis Children’s Electric Christmas Parade, Dec. 1.

The 31st annual Clovis Children’s Electric Christmas Parade, put on by the Clovis Kiwanis Club, trooped through the streets of Old Town Clovis, Dec. 1. Residents of Fresno County gather to watch decked out floats, old cars, bands and equestrian groups as they marched down Clovis and Pollasky Avenue.

The Clovis Kiwanis Club is an organization dedicated to “Changing the world, one child and one community at a time.” Alongside sponsoring the parade, the club does other acts of community service such as building and donating brand new bikes to children who cannot afford them.

Despite the chill in the air and the rain from earlier on in the day, thousands of people lined the streets of Old Town Clovis to witness the show of lights. Over 115 clubs and organizations participate in the parade including the FC marching band and winter guard. If you missed their performance, FC band will next be performing at their show “A Suite of Sweets” in the Student Ministries Center (SMC), Dec. 10, at 6:30 p.m.

Find out more about the Clovis Children’s Electric Christmas Parade, visit PROMO: Campus groups to march in Children’s Electric Christmas Parade, by Toryn Triplitt.

To learn more about upcoming Christmas activities at Fresno Christian, visit Countdown to Christmas: Local fun stuff to do, by Avery Jones.

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Below is a slideshow of the 31st annual Clovis Children’s Electric Christmas Parade.

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Lindsay Weimer
When most people climb into the ring or step on a battlefield they have trained for the fight of their life. Lindsay Weimer, ‘20, never thought her sophomore year would entail facing cancer, overcoming hip replacement and pelvic reconstruction, all while never losing hope. One year out from this courageous fight Lindsay is taking on new challenges as a photojournalist on The Feather. Weimer aspires to improve upon her photography skills in order to start her own business, photographing people with disabilities. After completing high school, Weimer anticipates attending university to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a nurse anesthetist. Alongside caring for people, Lindsay enjoys singing and is a member of the campus women’s Bellezza ensemble, the student led worship team, Sister to Sister, a student mentoring program, CSF and looks forward to re-joining school sports.

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