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Jerry Bernau Describes FEDCorp to Residents Association

At the Folsom Historic Residents Association Meeting on Monday evening, FEDCorp Chairman, Jerry Bernau described FEDCorp to the Residents, so they can better understand it’s role.

The meeting was held in the Folsom Landmark Church in Figueroa Street, Folsom, at 6pm. Tea, Coffee, water and cookies were served.

The meeting was opened by Deino Trotta, FHRA President. Deino introduced Jerry, who gave an overview description of how FEDCorp was formed and it’s role in the Folsom community.

After the presentation, there were questions, comments and discussion.

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