Edition
March 9, 2012

Club News

Club News

This section provides information submitted by Canyon Lake clubs regarding activities and upcoming events. Information should be submitted to news@goldingpublications no later than 5 p.m. Monday. Wakeboard Club The Canyon Lake Wakeboard Club is starting the new 2012 wakeboard season with its first "Learn to Ride Day" on April 1 in the back bay of the North Ski Area. The price is $10 per ride. W…

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Club News: Woman's Club welcomes 10 new members

The Canyon Lake Woman’s Club welcomed 10 new members at a luncheon hosted by board members at the home of President Suzi Delia. “Joining the Canyon Lake Woman’s Club is a wonderful opportunity to make new friends and be a part of the very rewarding experience that our philanthropic and scholarship endeavors provide,” says Suzi. For membership information, call Johnnie D’Alessandro at 24…

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Club News: Car Club headed to Temecula Rod Run

The Canyon Lake Car Club will participate in the 2012 Temecula Rod Run Saturday, March 10, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Old Town Temecula. The Car Club expects more 20 Canyon Lake pre-1973 hot rods to caravan Saturday morning, leaving leaving the Towne Center at 6:30 a.m. The Club will show their cars in the parking lot of the Temecula Stampede at the south end of Old Town on Front Street, joining mor…

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Club News: Ski Club to host cleanup and tournament

Canyon Lake Ski Club members are cleaning up the North Ski Area and dusting off some of the tournament equipment Saturday, March 10, beginning at 8 a.m. Students looking for community service hours can meet at the dock and sign up with Al Van Beenen. This is just in time for a tournament the club is hosting on Sunday, March 11, beginning at 8 a.m. There is no pre-tournament registration requirem…

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Garden Club at Pechanga

On February 28, members of the Canyon Lake Garden Club toured the sacred "Great Oak" at Pechanga Resort and Casino. The Great Oak is the largest natural-growing, indigenous coast live oak tree in the United States and is estimated to be from 850 to 1,500 years old, making it one of the oldest oak trees in the world. Canyon Lake artist Paul Price painted the Great Oak in oil several years ago as…

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