Posted by Frank Woods on Sep 28, 2019
Folsom Community Service Day was Saturday, September 21.  The Rotary Club of Folsom led two projects.  One crew of Rotarians built two pergolas at the Murer House adjacent to the bocce ball court. 
Completed pergolas at Murer House.
The Rotary Club of Folsom, in previous projects at the Murer House, built the bocce ball court, pizza oven, storage shed, and fencing.  The pergolas will provide shade for the bocce ball players.  A third pergola will be built near the pizza oven providing more shade.  For more photos of the Murer House Pergola Project, go to the Photo Album called Shade Structure at Murer House.
Another crew led Rotarians and members of the community at a painting project at Journey Church.
Under the leadership of the Rotary Club of Folsom's Justin Raithel, more than 140 volunteers worked on outdoor home projects to get seniors ready for the rainy season. The crew trimmed trees, cleaned gutters and removed debris, tasks the residents used to be able to do themselves, but now find challenging.
In the evening, several Rotarians volunteered to sell beer at Folsom Live on Sutter Street.  Although this was obviously not part of Community Service Day, Rotarians continued to serve the community well into the evening.
As I was out of town for Community Service Day, thanks to Samatha Davidson and Steve Brozosky for contributing to this story.