Yes, there are homeless people in Folsom; fortunately, a new nonprofit now exists to help them. Last July, several local churches formed HART of Folsom support local homeless people.
In honor of National Wear Red Day, the American Heart Association hosted their annual celebration and fashion show, which featured runway looks by Macy’s along with simple ways to “go red.”
El Dorado Hills Endowment celebrated the announcement of their 2018 grant recipients at this annual event. They awarded $33,000 to 10 nonprofits serving the El Dorado Hills community.
This monthly mixer hosted by the Folsom Chamber of Commerce brought the local business community together for Mardi Gras-themed fun, including a shrimp boil, plus drinks and networking.
This sold-out fund-raiser for the El Dorado Hills Rotary Club included a silent auction, no host bar, raffle, dessert auction, dancing, and all-you-can-eat tri-tip and crab.
A total of 500 guests attended this 16th annual event that included delicious treats, photo booths, games, an air guitar contest, and plenty of dancing.
The El Dorado Hills CSD has something for everyone. Mark your calendar for the following:
“My favorite thing about Trails Day is seeing so many members of the community working together to enhance the beauty and quality of Folsom’s trails.” says Senior Park Planner Jim Konopka.
If you haven’t had a chance to visit the newest addition to Folsom’s recreational trail system yet, the Johnny Cash Trail, then add it to your walk, run, or ride destination.
“Public service is one of the most self-satisfying contributions a person can make,” Schultz shares. “I love every minute of it.”