Join De Young Properties, Celebrity Designer Michael Moloney, FOX26 Kopi Sotiropulous, trade partners, donors and volunteers on Friday, October 21st for Country Fest to celebrate De Young Properties’ 10th year as the Central Valley St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway builder. From 5pm – 8pm, you can enjoy food trucks, live music from Brandon Pasion Band, entertainment brought to you by 106.7 KJUG Country, fabulous raffle prizes and the unveiling of Michael Moloney’s Mystery Suite. The Country Fest will take place at De Young Sierra Crossing, located on Sierra & Randy Avenue in Clovis. This event is open to the community and there is a $10 suggested donation to enter.

Special Thanks To: De Young Properties, Michael Moloney, Brandon Pasion Band, KMPH FOX 26, 1067 KJUG Country, Papa Mike’s Mobile Cafe, Taco Boy’s, Maria’s Tacos, and Valley Wide Beverage
Friday, October 21, 2016
5:00 – 8:00 pm

The 2016 St. Jude Dream Home®, located in the De Young Sierra Crossing community North of Sierra & Randy Ave, Clovis.

Enjoy food trucks, silent auctions, live country music by the Brandon Pasion Band, 106.7 KJUG Country, win raffle prizes, and the unveiling of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Celebrity Designer, Michael Moloney’s Mystery Suite!

This will be the first opportunity for the community to see the much anticipated Michael’s Mystery Suite. Michael’s Mystery Suite has  transformed the expansive master living quarters, which includes a spacious bedroom, relaxing retreat, walk-in-closet and luxurious master bathroom, into an all-encompassing suite of colors, textures and the unexpected. De Young Properties and Michael Moloney are excited to show off this treasured suite to the public!

At Country Fest, you can also reserve your tickets for the November Giveaway of the 2016 St. Jude Dream Home®, built by major donor De Young Properties. The 3,484 sq. ft. home in the De Young Sierra Crossing community located in Clovis will be offered as the first place prize to raise funds for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital® to fight cancer and other life-threatening diseases. This event is open to the community and there is a $10 suggested donation to enter.