CITY OF CLOVIS TO UNVEIL RESTORED WATER TOWER
This Thursday, November 16, 2017, City of Clovis officials, Old Town business and property owners, and customers will celebrate the restoration of the iconic 104-year-old water tower as well as the official launch of a new Old Town logo.
The ceremony will take place during One Enchanted evening, an annual Old Town Clovis event which serves as an open house and kick-off to the holiday shopping season.
At 6:00, Mayor Bob Whalen will take the stage at Centennial Plaza, located at the intersection of Pollasky and Bullard Avenues, for a ceremony which will culminate in the lighting of the tower, which will reveal the new logo.
The Old Town Clovis Water Tower has been in constant use since its construction in 1913 and has just undergone an extensive restoration and improvement project.
Entertainment will be provided by the Clark Intermediate School Choir and refreshments will be provided by Boyscout Troop 514. In addition, the Old Town Clovis merchants will be serving refreshments, offering free horse drawn carriage rides, and showcasing carolers throughout Old Town Clovis.