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  • Big Fresno Fair competition chalks up another one

    The Big Fresno Fair's popular chalk art competition pairs Valley high school students with a blank chalkboard canvas, colored chalks and each other. The result is an array of imaginative chalk drawings mixed with fun.

The Big Fresno Fair's popular chalk art competition pairs Valley high school students with a blank chalkboard canvas, colored chalks and each other. The result is an array of imaginative chalk drawings mixed with fun. John Walker The Fresno Bee
The Big Fresno Fair's popular chalk art competition pairs Valley high school students with a blank chalkboard canvas, colored chalks and each other. The result is an array of imaginative chalk drawings mixed with fun. John Walker The Fresno Bee

Big Fresno Fair chalk-drawing contest shows high schoolers’ talents

October 11, 2016 3:07 PM