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What’s Folsom’s Own Christina Mendonsa been up to Since Leaving News10? Check it out!

Posted on: October 11, 2017
Journalist and Folsom Resident Christina Mendonsa

Cristina Mendonsa

When veteran journalist and Folsom resident Cristina Mendonsa left News10 in June,  many of us wondered about her next move.  Would she go to another station? Another career? Another town?

We caught up with Cristina today, and she said that although she’s currently interviewing in other media markets, she is happily producing a new series on Folsom, because, “I love this community and have raised a family here.”

So, while we’ve still got her around, we can look forward to installments of Cristina’s new venture with the Greater Folsom Partnership called, ‘Folsom Focus’.

Available to watch online and as a podcast, Folsom Focus is a new hyper-local video series offering an upbeat and unbiased look at the present and future of Folsom.

Her first installment is about the completion of the Johnny Cash trail, opening this weekend.

Check it out: www.folsomchamber.com/folsom-focus/

For fun, you might want to take a look at another feature from MyFolsom’s wayback machine, ’22 Questions with Cristina Mendonsa’ from about 2004. www.myfolsom.com/resident-guide/myfolsom-coms-20-questions/22-questions-with-cristina-mendonsa/

Lastly, get out there this weekend for the opening of the Johnny Cash Trail!

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Folsom Adds Another Gem to Our Trail System

Posted on: April 12, 2017
The main observation and water access area

The main observation and water access area

The long-awaited Lake Natoma Water Access and Trail Enhancement officially opens Thursday, April 13 at 5pm.
This new facility will allow the first paved access to Lake Natoma from the Historic District.
Although Folsom trails provide access at various points around the lake,  until now, for people with limited ability or with small children, it was nearly impossible to access the lake from the Historic District. Getting there involved climbing down down dirt paths with trip hazards, and little to hold on to, except perhaps some poison oak.

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