The fare at Bullard Donut and Bakery includes but isn’t limited to apple fritters, bear claws, chocolate and maple bars, cinnamon rolls and glazed donuts.
The fare at Bullard Donut and Bakery includes but isn’t limited to apple fritters, bear claws, chocolate and maple bars, cinnamon rolls and glazed donuts. Doug Hoagland/Special to The Clovis Independent
The fare at Bullard Donut and Bakery includes but isn’t limited to apple fritters, bear claws, chocolate and maple bars, cinnamon rolls and glazed donuts. Doug Hoagland/Special to The Clovis Independent

Family creates better life, one bierock and bear claw at a time at Bullard Donut and Bakery

June 21, 2016 03:06 PM

UPDATED June 15, 2016 10:55 AM

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