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Remembering Harry Armstrong: Public memorial planned Feb. 15

Harry Armstrong is being remembered with a ceremony that will be open to the public.   (Photo courtesy of the City of Clovis) 

It has been nearly three weeks since Harry Armstrong, known by many as "Mr. Clovis", passed away.

He is being remembered with a ceremony that will be open to the public.

Harry died January 18. He served on the Clovis City Council for 46 years and two terms as mayor.

Harry was a driving force in many major projects throughout Clovis, including the building of highways 180 and 168 and Clovis Community Medical Center.

Thursday, February 15 at 11:30 a.m., the public is invited to remember Harry at Clovis Veterans Memorial District across from Clark Intermediate School on Fourth Street.

Following the memorial luncheon, there will be a dedication ceremony to announce that the interchange at Highway 168 and Herndon will be named in Harry's honor.



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