Angels Camp, CA — Two new board members have been tapped for the Calaveras Community Foundation governing board.
The foundation formed in 2000 to improve the quality of life in Calaveras County. It takes contributions and gives them to worthwhile projects.
Sue Kley of Rail Road Flat and J. Shoop of Angels Camp are the newest additions to the now 14-member board.
Foundation president Susan Crosson says Kley is an involved Rail Road Flat resident.
Shoop works for American Home Mortgage and lives with his wife and daughter in Greenhorn Creek.
The foundation is seeking one more board member, ideally from Arnold or Copperopolis. For more information, contact Crosson at (209) 772-0747.
Written by Vanessa Turner.