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Newly appointed Youth Director Hitha Varganti pauses preparing for final exams to attend our May 2023 monthly meeting. Welcome to the Board, Hitha!
Folsom City Council member Anna Rohrbough (l) and Parks & Recs Commissioner Samantha Davidson (r) honored us by attending last night's monthly meeting. We thank Anna and Samantha for both being members of friends of Folsom Parkways!
We were pleased to have members of Folsom High School's Interact Club, Brianne Hudock and Melody Diba, join our monthly meeting. They explained that Interact is a Rotary sponsored community service organization to promote fun and meaningful service projects.
Folsom City Vice Mayor (and FOFP member) gave a spirited talk on volunteerism.
Sunset viewed as crossing bridge. Photo by Lynn LePage
Photo by Lynn LePage
FOFP was honored by the participation of Council Member Sarah Aquino at the monthly meeting!
Some of the volunteers pose with the evidence of their labors. A job well done, "Rain or Shine"
Quite the lineup of bags filled by cleanup participants!
Going deep for trash!
Taking a break for a photo
Braving the rain!
A hardy group of members of the Friends of the Folsom Parkways dodged the rain and had a great trash cleanup project on Saturday, March 11 at the Chinese diggings site.
Mayor Rosario Rodriguez spoke about her vision, and the challenges and opportunities that face the City of Folsom this year. Great to have her leadership!
Bridge takes bikeway over E. Natomas
Trails South of Hwy 50 are slowly being developed. This one parallels White Rock Road.
We always welcome this time of year!
Looking East over Willow Hill Reservoir Community Park during the Fall. Folsom High School is behind us. We watched a cross country meet.
The trails are varied and the surface is mostly well maintained
Many people ride bikes on the trails. These are members of the Sacramento Bike Hikers Club.
Hard at work on the REI Volunteer Day
This is a magnificent tree! There are many more in the Parkway area.
Trees are budding out very nicely, I think. This happens every year.
Trees are beginning to turn
Always fun to climb these! and nice view from the top