Looking to get a head start on your music fix before Saturday night? Harris Center for the Arts can help you fill your need with a special performance led by two well known California musicians on Friday night, September 22. Northern California musicians Nell Robinson & Jim Nunally Band are set to perform in a special event co-presented by California Bluegrass Association member, John Hettinger.
Saturday was the day thousands of Folsom residents came together to serve the great city of Folsom during the annual Community Service Day. This event celebrated its fourth consecutive year and was hugely successful with more than 2,800 volunteers coming together to complete more than 50 different projects throughout the city. For the last four years the Folsom Telegraph has been a large part of this annual event.
Editor's note: The following story was written by students of Vista del Lago High Schools student newspaper, The Vista Voice, and share with the Folsom Telegraph. On Sept. 13, Principal Lori Emmington, of Vista del Lago High School, made an announcement to students and faculty to clear up the recent confusion regarding the students’ chanting of “USA” during school rallies and football games. Misinterpretations stirred up controversy within the local community and even made national headlines.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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