Calaveras Community Foundation Adds Two Board Members
Barbara Boyd White and Pam Taylor were recently welcomed to the Calaveras Community Foundation (CCF) Board of Directors.
Barbara White, moving to Murphy’s from Petaluma three years ago, wanted to be involved in her community and decided to join forces with other board members and to make a difference. Her background in interior design, real estate marketing and sales gives a fresh approach to the needs of CCF. The mother of two adult children who are now in college, she is right at home in her job at the Newsome-Harlow tasting room. Barb can often be seen walking the neighborhoods of Murphys with her boxer, Sophie.
The Taylor family has deep roots in Rail Road Flat and Calaveras County. Pam spent over 30 years in the travel industry in sales and operations in various locations including Honolulu. Returning to her ancestral home nearly 10 years ago, Pam now belongs to many groups and organizations including Friends of Rail Road Flat School, the Calaveras County Historical Society, served as Past President of Soroptimist International of Waikiki, and several homeowner association boards. Today Pam is enjoying retirement in San Andreas with her mother and life coach, Mary Taylor. Pam has quickly acclimated herself as a CCF Board member by joining key committees.
Calaveras Community Foundation is very proud of what has been accomplished since our founding in 2000. More than $650,000 has been distributed in scholarships, grants and assistance to help Calaveras County students pursue their dreams and to support a wide range of projects improving the quality of life throughout Calaveras County.
For more information about the Calaveras Community Foundation, or to make a donation, please call (209) 736-1845 or visit our webite www.calaverascommunityfoundation.org.