Friday, May 14, 2010

Chrome For Critters in Clovis

In the Fresno or Clovis area, and looking for something to do this Saturday?  Check out the Chrome for Critters fundraiser to help build the new Clovis Pet Adoption Center.

“Chrome for Critters” Pitches In for Pet Adoption Center


The North Fresno CAL Harley Group is revving up for tomorrow’s (5/15) “Chrome for Critters” fundraiser that starts with breakfast at the Clovis Rodeo Grounds for poker run participants at 7 a.m. Then, it’s off to collect the best hands they can as they wind their way through the foothills and back to the Rodeo Grounds for lunch, a Clovis Police Department K-9 demonstration at noon and the music of the popular local band “Midnight Run” at 1 p.m.

         A live auction for items like Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton signed guitars, a trip for two in the Fresno County Sheriff’s Eagle One helicopter and a week’s stay for six in a private home in Mazatlan gets underway at 2 p.m. A silent auction will continue as the band takes to the stage, again, to entertain the crowd.

         At 3:45 p.m., Clovis Mayor Harry Armstrong and Police Chief Janet Davis will accept a check from the North Fresno CAL Harley Group to help fund a new Clovis Pet Adoption Center facility. And at 4 p.m., get ready for the moment of truth as Mayor Armstrong draws the winner of a brand new 2010 Harley Davidson Street Glide valued at $25,000.00. People donated $10 to the Adoption Center for a chance to win the coveted bike.

         Friends of the Clovis Pet Adoption Center and the Clovis Police Department’s Animal Services Division thank “Chrome for Critters” Chairman Bryan Porter and his associates for considering the Clovis Pet Adoption Center as a benefactor for their organization.

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