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June 6, 2014

Curfew of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. to be enforced

Curfew of 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. to be enforced

With public schools getting out this week and long summer days ahead, many Canyon Lake families look forward to spending time together at the lake, pool, parks and beaches. Historically, though, not all families have the privilege of a parent being home to supervise older children, so records show summer also is a time when vandalism and other issues with unsupervised youths escalate. At the rec…

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Crowds turn out for first Taco Tuesday of summer

The Association estimates that close to 2,000 people came out for Taco Tuesday this past week. Activities Director Lynn Jensen says everyone seemed to be "happy…

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Vandalism to mailboxes is more than a headache

Vandalism to mailboxes in the community has been around for years. In the old days, about the worst that would happen is that the cash Grandma sent for your bir…

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ShowCal Skiers to offer shows all summer

The Canyon Lake ShowCal Skiers water ski show team wowed the crowd with a small sampling of their skiing talent on Fiesta Day. Now they're gearing up to per…

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Photo of the Week

Evenings in Canyon Lake can be especially scenic. With the sunset and a sprinkling of white clouds reflected in the lake, many residents enjoy this time of day. Watching as a boater leaves his wake in the East Bay, photographer Nicole Wade says, "We've lived in this house over eight years and the sunsets seem to get better and better each year!"

'Skiers' put on a show for Fiesta Day

'Skiers' put on a show for Fiesta Day

Members of the Ski Club, Wakeboard Club and the ShowCal Skiers water ski show team provided an afternoon of performances during the annual Fiesta Day Ski Show on May 24. Sound and DJ for the event was provided by Geoff Culp and Cherie Schiafone; the announcers were John Whitlow and Geoff Culp. Traci Loney served as dock master and Mike Murphy and Don Loney were the the boat driver and co-captain …

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Veterans Brigade displays red, white and blue

Veterans Brigade displays red, white and blue

The Veterans Day Brigade brought golf carts decorated in red, white and blue – and even camouflage – to this year's Fiesta Day Parade. Veterans were invited to decorate their carts and meet at a designated staging area early Saturday morning before the parade, where they were treated to donuts and a little bit of time to socialize before heading out on the parade route. Dave and Jean Harriga …

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Fiesta Day youngsters have fun in Kids Zone

Children love to play, especially when it comes to sliding and bouncing! Once they finished watching the parade and filling their bags with the candy thrown by parade participants, …


It's time to remember Dad with special tribute

To help celebrate Father's Day, Canyon Lakers are invited to honor their fathers or the father of their children in The Friday Flyer by sharing a favorite memory or a lesson learne …


Movie Reviews by Reel People: 'Maleficient'

As told by the Brothers Grimm, there are some terribly wicked women that wreak havoc on innocent little girls. Which ol’ witch? Let’s start with that wicked ol’ Maleficent, t …


Everyone is invited to a tailgate party!

The annual Tailgate Party at Storm Stadium will be on Saturday, June 21, at 3:30 p.m. in the stadium parking lot. This event, hosted by the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce, has a c …


Celebrate summer with a picnic and dance

Officially, June 21 is the first day of summer and what better way to celebrate that day than with a Picnic and Dance at Holiday Harbor? The Canyon Lake Fine Arts Guild will presen …


Mark calendars for 'Community Swap Meet'

The Canyon Lake Family Matters Club will be hosting the inaugural "Community Swap Meet" on Sunday, June 29, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Holiday Harbor. The club is inviting residents …


'Art at the Lake' to feature local artists

The Canyon Lake Art Association invites residents to attend the annual art reception, "Art at the Lake," on Sunday, June 29, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Holiday Bay Room at the L …


Summer Tennis Program soon to begin

Tennis Pro Baba Soysa will hold a Kids Summer Tennis Program. The dates have been changed, with classes running from Tuesday, June 17, through Thursday, July 10. Classes will ru …


Spotlight on Seniors: William Ford

William Ford graduated from Temescal Canyon High School on Wednesday, June 4, having achieved a 4.0 grade point average in his Special Education classes. What makes this remarkable …


Coed Softball champs announced

The Canyon Lake Coed Softball championship for the 2014 spring season goes to the Black Team, sponsored by Aqua Lily Pad. Coed Softball President John Stepanek says, "Aqua Lily Pad …


Three CLLL teams head to TOC

The Canyon Lake Little League board of directors would like to congratulate the Triple A, Major and Junior division teams that will be representing CLLL at the 2014 District 28 Tou …


Announcement: Cooper to play soccer for ECNL

McKenzie Cooper, who is graduating from Canyon Lake Middle School this year, has been chosen to play for the West Coast Futbol Club in the Elite Clubs National League (FC ECNL), ma …


Chef Anton to perform at Magic Castle

The Magic Castle is well known for showcasing some of the greatest magicians from around the world. Canyon Lake's own "Chef" Anton Riniti, who was recently featured in The Friday F …


In Memoriam: Margaret Nelson

Margaret Nelson passed peacefully on May 26, 2014, surrounded by family in her Canyon Lake residence. Born in Mitchell, South Dakota and raised in San Diego, Margaret lived in To …


News Briefs

This section contains information on local activities and items of interest to Canyon Lake residents. Information should be submitted to news@goldingpublications.com no later than …


Horse Camp to be held in June and August

Reservations are now being accepted for the Kids Summer Horse Camps at the Equestrian Center, for ages 6 to 16. Space is limited. The first session will be held Monday through Thur …


Learn-to-Ski Day is next Wednesday

The Ski Club is offering the first Learn-to-Ski Day of the summer on Wednesday, June 11. Pre-registration is necessary as space is limited. Signups can be for 1, 2 or 3 p.m. Slots …


Learn-to-Ride Day is next Saturday

The Wakeboard Club is sponsoring a Learn-to-Ride Day next Saturday, June 14, in the North Ski Area. Registration begins at 8 a.m. Boats, equipment and coaching are provided by the …


Roadrunners relax at Tucalota Springs

The Roadrunners took a trip in May to the Tucalota Springs RV Park in Sage, located past Temecula Wine Country, but close enough for members to enjoy a winery tour of the Falkner W …


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 …


McCollum's 1957 T-Bird is Car of the Month

The Canyon Lake Car Club has chosen a 1957 T-Bird as its April Car of the Month. Owner Art McCollum first acquired the car in December 2006, after reading about it in a Penny Saver …


Ray Chenette Golf Tourney coming June 7

The 17th annual Ray Chenette Jr. Golf Fundraiser Tournament, hosted by the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce, AutoCare USA and the Canyon Lake Family Golf Club, will be held on Satur …


Golf News

Women’s Golf 'Rally for Cure' The Women's Golf Club is sponsoring its annual breast cancer tournament, "Rally for the Cure," for the purpose of helping find a cure, raising awar …


Don't fall prey to medical identity theft

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