Clovis City Council Member Lynne Ashbeck, who was mayor in 2013, spoke at Habitat for Humanity’s construction kick-off event at Rialto Ranchos.
Clovis City Council Member Lynne Ashbeck, who was mayor in 2013, spoke at Habitat for Humanity’s construction kick-off event at Rialto Ranchos. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Special to the Bee
Clovis City Council Member Lynne Ashbeck, who was mayor in 2013, spoke at Habitat for Humanity’s construction kick-off event at Rialto Ranchos. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Special to the Bee
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