The Coloma-Lotus Chamber of Commerce has released its new and improved Website Coloma.com.
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The Website has been redesigned and redeveloped for visitors to find needed services and products in the Coloma-Lotus valley. The strategy of the new site is to drive visitation to the Coloma-Lotus valley and to the valley businesses.
The community information is in a separate section — coloma.com/community/.
Anyone who would like to help with the community section is encouraged to contact the Website to keep the community section active and current.
Volunteers who have helped make this redevelopment project successful are: Christina Pugliese; content and organization; Betty Sederquist, photos and advice; and Donna McMaster and Amy Dasso for producing, designing and programming the site.
Other volunteers who inspired the project and started the initial development process are: Dan Crandel, Bryna Dacus, Ken Dacus, Mark Hamlin, Marjorie Sanborn, Matt Semonsen and Sara Schwart Kendall.
The organizers also want to thank the people who sent in photos and content.
Interested volunteers can contact Howard Penn, president of the chamber of commerce at 530-626-7373 or e-mail hpenn@LBComm.com.