A “Fill the Bus” event is being held at the Clovis Unified School District Office Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 10 to raise donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey. Two other donation events are planned for Sept. 16 and 17.
A “Fill the Bus” event is being held at the Clovis Unified School District Office Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 10 to raise donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey. Two other donation events are planned for Sept. 16 and 17. MARK DUDLEY Special to The Bee
A “Fill the Bus” event is being held at the Clovis Unified School District Office Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 10 to raise donations for victims of Hurricane Harvey. Two other donation events are planned for Sept. 16 and 17. MARK DUDLEY Special to The Bee

Clovis Unified bus drivers raising donations for Hurricane Harvey victims today, Sunday

September 09, 2017 11:16 AM

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