Wednesday Dec 16 2009 comments Telegraph open house By: By Don Chaddock, The Telegraph -A +A The Telegraph's new sign was installed Wednesday, just in time for the newspaper's open house. General Manager Jim Easterly works the grill for the Telegraph's open house on Wednesday, Dec. 16. The folks from Emeritus Assisted Living stopped by the Telegraph to spread some Christmas cheer. The Telegraph's open house, Wednesday, Dec. 16. Powerhouse Museum volunteer and docent Jay Jensen, left, and State Parks Ranger Terri Lopez stopped by the Telegraph for the newspaper's open house Wednesday. Telegraph contributing writer Herb Barrows and columnist Kari McCoy were on hand for the festivities on Wednesday. Roberta and Jim Landis, of Folsom, stopped in for the open house Wednesday at the Telegraph. Philip Wood's Telegraph photography is now on display in the lobby in the new photo gallery. Group Ad Director Suzanne Stevenson, left, Lincoln News Messenger Advertising Rep. Brenda Thomas and News Messenger General Manager Jean Lund enjoy the festivities. Telegraph Ad Director Nina Shorum shares a laugh with attorney Joe Hoffman during the newspaper's open house. Rabbi Grossbaum stopped by with his mennorah car at the Telegraph's open house. Folsom resident Bob Ehlert, a field representative with Rep. Dan Lungren's office, stopped by to take a tour and meet the staff. Dennis Metzler, of the Rotary Club of Orangevale, checks out the Telegraph's new photo gallery in the lobby of the newspaper at 921 Sutter St., Folsom. The Telegraph's new sign. Connie Mockenhaupt and Mike Jimena, of the newly named Sutter Street Theater (formerly Stage Nine Theatre/Garbeau's), stopped by. Laura Newell, editorial and advertising coordinator for the Telegraph, helped keep things under control. Bob Miller chats with Telegraph advertising representative Jessica Armour at the newspaper's open house. Telegraph Managing Editor Don Chaddock, left, greets Bob Miller during the open house. Advertising representative Jessica Armour was all smiles. There were plenty of residents and business people attending the open house at the Telegraph on Wednesday. Sam's Club brought a cake to welcome the Telegraph to Sutter.