Ron Climer, executive director of Changing Lives Resource Center in Clovis and a juvenile hall chaplain, and wife Carol, with some of the 400 notebooks they’ve collected as part of gifts for Christmas parties being held at the detention center on Dec. 4-5. This is the ministry’s 44th year throwing these parties.
Ron Climer, executive director of Changing Lives Resource Center in Clovis and a juvenile hall chaplain, and wife Carol, with some of the 400 notebooks they’ve collected as part of gifts for Christmas parties being held at the detention center on Dec. 4-5. This is the ministry’s 44th year throwing these parties. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Ron Climer, executive director of Changing Lives Resource Center in Clovis and a juvenile hall chaplain, and wife Carol, with some of the 400 notebooks they’ve collected as part of gifts for Christmas parties being held at the detention center on Dec. 4-5. This is the ministry’s 44th year throwing these parties. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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