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  • Kerman Armed Forces Honor Banner Program

    The Armed Forces Honor Banner Program was created for the community, to recognize and honor individuals on active duty in the military by displaying the honoree’s photo, name and armed service branch on a banner to be flown from light standards throughout the City.

    Banners will be displayed on existing light standards located at along Madera Avenue, and possibility Whitesbridge Ave and Plaza Veterans Park, if needed. The banners will remain on display as long as the service member is on active duty.

    The plan will be to initially start with active service personnel, and then later phase in banners of veteran military service members to honor living, retired, and deceased service personnel. Plaza Veterans Park would be reserved for these individuals.

    Program Qualifications

    To qualify for the Kerman Armed Forces Honor Banner Program, the following qualifications much be met:

      • Must be on active duty in one of the branches of the U.S. Armed Forces
      • Must be a current or former resident of the City of Kerman or have an immediate family member residing or working in the City of Kerman (Spouse, Parent, Grandparent, brother, sister, son, daughter, Aunt, Uncle)

    Application Information

      • The cost of the banner is $150. Banners will be funded through private donations. Banners may be sponsored by an individual or organization.
      • Submit a photo of the Service Member. Photo must be 5×7 or larger color professional portrait-style (Dress Uniform preferred).
      • Banners will be flown from Memorial Day through Veteran’s Day
      • Download an application and mail or drop application and payment off to:

    City of Kerman
    Attention: Arlene
    850 S. Madera Avenue
    Kerman, CA 93630

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  • Kerman Community Food Bank

    This is a reminder for people in need of food, Kerman Community Bank is here to help. If someone in the Kerman area needs food, they should apply at the Kerman Senior Center, 720 S. 8th Street or call 559-846-8463. The Food Bank is open on Wednesdays from 10am- 11am, but the Senior Center can help with food at other times in emergency situations. We need information as to the need, names, and number of family members. We are not a “Soup Kitchen” and people can come once a month for food. We do not give information to any other agency – such as INS, IRS, etc. Kerman Community Bank welcomes all donations of money, dried or canned foods. If you need more information, please call the Senior Center at 846-9324 or Meg Winchester at 559-846-8114

  • Valley Caregiver Resource Center

    OASIS is a social day program that provides a place for seniors to do something meaningful during the day, with stimulating, recreational and therapeutic activities. If you need guidance, support or help caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s or Dementia, please join at us at our OASIS Open House.
    For more information, please call (559) 224-9154

    OASIS Open House February 6, 2018 3:00-6:00 3821 N. Clark Street, Suite 102 Fresno, CA 93726

  • Champions for Change

    Champions for Change, a statewide program, will be presenting classes to help support healthy lifestyle changes. The presentations will be held on Thursdays between 10:00 am to 12:00 pm at the Kerman Senior Center, 720 S. 8th Street.

    The City extends an invitation to join the seniors for lunch during the presentations!  Senior Lunches are served at the Kerman Senior Center at 11:00 am.  A one-day advance reservation notice is required for your lunch. The lunch costs are donation-based and with a suggestion of only $1.50 per meal. To make your luncheon reservation contact 559-846-9330 and leave a message.

    Click here for a calendar of events or for more information contact Jeanna at 559-846-9329.


Community Groups & Organizations in which KOKO has valuable Community Partnerships

  • Kerman Chamber of Commerce
  • Kerman Girl Scouts
  • City Of Kerman – City Council
  • City of Fresno
  • WIC – Fresno
  • Ad Council – USA
  • Fresno County Libraries – Kerman Branch Library
  • City of Kerman – Planning Commission
  • Youth Leadership Institute 
  • Kerman Parks, Recreation & Community Services
  • Fresno Parks and Recreation
  • Kerman Covenant Church
  • Feed My Sheep Ministries – Fresno
  • Methproject.org
  • Fresno Police Dept.
  • Valley Caregiver Resource Center


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