Arts Achievement Award winners named


Anderson is one of the most outstanding volunteers in the Folsom visual art scene.  As President of Folsom Arts Association, she arranges artist demonstrations and trips to San Francisco to premiere exhibits of internationally famous art.  She was one of the four founding members of the Sutter Street Artists.  She has worked with Folsom Arts and Cultural Commission, and volunteers at the  Gallery at 48 Natoma.  She assisted the Chamber of Commerce with the Scarecrow Festival for the Folsom Historic District Commission.  She also helped the Folsom Historic District Association conduct Art Walks and was part of the STARS program at Theodore Judah School, teaching art to at-risk children. 


The Folsom Lake Community Concert Association (FLCCA) is the longest operating music association in the City of Folsom,  established in 1994 as a non-profit organization run by an all volunteer board. FLCCA strives to build and maintain a permanent concert program for Folsom and the surrounding communities.  The group fosters and encourages public appreciation of music teaching, history, and appreciation in schools.  FLCCA provided free musical programs to schools and to seniors in assisted living communities.  The organization awarded five $1,000 high school scholarships  and collected, refurbished and donated musical instruments to socioeconomically disadvantaged schools. FLCCA became one of the first original partners at Harris Center/Three Stages with continual sold out concerts.