World Changers project wraps up in Clovis
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- A neighborhood improvement project that's been a national community effort is wrapping up in Clovis.
180 junior high, high school and college students from around the country renovated fourteen homes and yards in lower income neighborhoods in Clovis.
They also made structural repairs and refurbished rooms at the Clovis Salvation Army building.
As a way to say thank you, Cravings Wood Grill restaurant in Clovis is providing free lunch to the volunteers, cooking up chicken sandwiches, hot dogs and whatever the teens request.
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