From left to right are Tom Stearns, Harry Armstrong, Peg Bos, Marilyn Zigner,  Garry Woodward, chamber director Ole Matheison, city manager Alan Goodman and city planning director John Wright at a groundbreaking in Old Town Clovis in 1986.
From left to right are Tom Stearns, Harry Armstrong, Peg Bos, Marilyn Zigner,  Garry Woodward, chamber director Ole Matheison, city manager Alan Goodman and city planning director John Wright at a groundbreaking in Old Town Clovis in 1986. Provided by Larry Gamble
From left to right are Tom Stearns, Harry Armstrong, Peg Bos, Marilyn Zigner,  Garry Woodward, chamber director Ole Matheison, city manager Alan Goodman and city planning director John Wright at a groundbreaking in Old Town Clovis in 1986. Provided by Larry Gamble

Old Town Clovis continues to thrive thanks to community events, several organizations

February 29, 2016 01:44 AM

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