Fireworks explode over a crowd watching Freedom Fest in 2014. Clovis Kiwanis Club announced Wednesday it is seeking funds to put on the 2017 show. If the group can’t raise the more than $40,000 it needs to put on the fireworks display, the show will be canceled.
Fireworks explode over a crowd watching Freedom Fest in 2014. Clovis Kiwanis Club announced Wednesday it is seeking funds to put on the 2017 show. If the group can’t raise the more than $40,000 it needs to put on the fireworks display, the show will be canceled. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com
Fireworks explode over a crowd watching Freedom Fest in 2014. Clovis Kiwanis Club announced Wednesday it is seeking funds to put on the 2017 show. If the group can’t raise the more than $40,000 it needs to put on the fireworks display, the show will be canceled. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA ezamora@fresnobee.com

Lack of funds leads to possible cancellation of Clovis fireworks show

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