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Great Valley Toy Drive Through December 15th

Great Valley Toy Drive Through December 15th

KMPH FOX 26 and The Central Valley’s CW KFRE 59 have partnered with Les Schwab Tires Centers for the largest Toy Drive the Valley has experienced.

Help bring a smile to a child in need during the holidays by dropping off a new, unwrapped toy at any of the Great Valley Toy Drive drop-off locations.

We have partnered with local charities, Poverello House and Transitions Children's Services, to collect and distribute toys to help children who may not receive anything this Christmas because of circumstances beyond their control.

Special thanks to Les Schwab Tires and our sponsors: *SkyWalk Extreme Air Sports, Sierra Vista Mall, and iHeart Media radio stations: 102.7 The Wolf, B95, FOX Sports AM 1340, PowerTalk FM 96.7 & AM 1400, 98.9 FM Soft Rock and 103.7 The Beat.

Be sure to catch the Great Day Morning Show LIVE from Sierra Vista Mall on Monday, December 15th, 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.

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The Nutcracker November 29 & 30 in Fresno

The Nutcracker November 29 & 30 in Fresno

The Valley Performing Arts Council, in partnership with Fresno Grand Opera, will bring to life a magical holiday tradition that has connected families and communities for 122 when it presents “The Nutcracker” at two performancesThanksgiving weekend. The balletwill be performed Nov. 29 and 30 at 1 p.m. at William Saroyan Theatre in Fresno.

This year’s performance features 37 professional dancers from Fresno Ballet Theatre and the nationally acclaimed Sacramento Ballet, along with 115 student dancers and performers from 16 Valley cities.

Ticketholders can participate in Sugar Plum Story Time and visit the Kingdom of Sweet Café and The Nutcracker Boutique starting at noon prior to both performances.

One Enchanted Evening!

One Enchanted Evening!

 One Enchanted Evening is one of Old Town’s most anticipated events! Thousands of people come down to enjoy the old-fashioned holiday open house. This year’s event will be held Thursday, November 20, 2014 from 5 to 8pm.
 
     There will be groups of Carolers to lift your spirits with their holiday songs; hot chocolate made specially by groups of Santa’s elves (aka Bank of the Sierra); and cozy shops wrapped up in their holiday best. Luminaries will light the way through the dark of the night and horse drawn carriage rides add to the magic of this special event.

Free horse-drawn carriage rides, caroling by Gold Note, Jubilation Singers, Ovation Girls Choir, and Voices United. Two for the Road will provide Cowboy and Celtic music.

Community Thanksgiving Dinner November 22nd

Community Thanksgiving Dinner November 22nd

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Annual Helping Hams Donation Drive Under Way

Annual Helping Hams Donation Drive Under Way

The second annual Helping Hams campaign at Fresno State is under way at the Gibson Farm Market.

During the campaign, you are asked to make donations towards the purchase of student-produced holiday hams.

The hams will the be distributed to those in need during the holidays.

Donations can be made at the Gibson Farm Market (5368 N. Chestnut Ave.) or by sending a check payable to Fresno State Farm Market to 2385 E. Barstow Ave., AG85, Fresno, CA 93740. All donations must be received by Dec. 11. A tax deduction receipt is available upon request.

The Gibson Farm Market is open 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday.

For more information, call 559.278.4511.

Click here for the Gibson Farm Market Facebook page.

Global War On Terrorism Wall of Remembrance Nov. 13-16

Global War On Terrorism Wall of Remembrance Nov. 13-16

Help us Honor Our Fallen Heroes and bring the "Wall of Remembrance" to Clovis, the Wall is a tribute to all the heroes that have made the ultimate sacrifice in the war against terrorism.

The Wall not only honors our Military but also our first responders, Firefighters, Law Enforcement and Emergency Personnel. Currently, there are almost 11,000 names on the wall!

The Wall of Remembrance was created to help heal those hidden wounds. It's mission is to reach all those impacted by Global Terrorism here at home.

The wall will be at Clovis Hills Community Church November 13th through November 16th and is avilable for viewing 24 hours a day.

On Saturday, November 15th, there will be a Military Health and Resource Fair from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Clovis Hills Community Church is located at 10590 N. Willow Avenue near Copper Avenue, across from Clovis North High School.

Star Spangled Ball November 15th

Star Spangled Ball November 15th