President Eilers apologizes, steps down from presidency

President Eilers apologizes, steps down from presidency

About 50 residents, many wearing pig ears, rallied at the Main Gate last Saturday morning to protest the words and actions of CLPOA President David Eilers at the August 4 Board meeting and to demand his resignation from the Board. They lined both sides of the road outside the gate and got honks, waves, thumbs-up and a few middle-finger salutes during the hour or so they demonstrated. The protest…

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Association explains budget for Main Gate Project

The "arch," "shade structure," "entry monument" "pre-gate" or whatever one wants to call the structure that once was proposed to span all lanes in the Main Gate…

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Reel in the fun at Kids Fishing Derby

School began this week for most Canyon Lake kids, but summer is far from over! The Kids Fishing Derby is tomorrow, August 15, from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Holiday H…

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Indian Beach to turn into mermaid grotto next Saturday

Ahoy mermaids, pirates and wenches! The entire community is invited to the inaugural Mermaid Festival, scheduled for next Saturday, August 22, at Indian Beach. …

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Photo of the Week

A guest who often visits the community made the statement, "I wonder why Canyon Lake seems to have extraordinary sunsets more often than other cities." Based on the number of sunset photos submitted to (and printed in) The Friday Flyer, he isn't the only one who's noticed. Is it the lake? The canyon? The nearby hills? Regardless of why or how, each evening Canyon Lakers, including photographer Pat Van Dyke, stop to oooh and ahhh God's artwork in the sky.

Tony Klarich set to ride 50 objects for 50th birthday

Tony Klarich set to ride 50 objects for 50th birthday

It been 10 years since Tony Klarich celebrated his 40th birthday with his "40-40-400 Skier Gone Wild" birthday party on Canyon Lake. During that event, he skied 40 laps on 40 objects doing 400 tricks. A brief video of his exploits can be viewed on You Tube. Now Tony is turning 50 and has an even bigger event in mind next Saturday, August 22, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Long Beach Marine Stadium …

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Have fun, support good cause at Baine Family Fundraiser

Have fun, support good cause at Baine Family Fundraiser

Canyon Lakers are invited to show their support of the Danny Baine family at a Supercross party fundraiser tomorrow, August 15, from 7 p.m. to 12 a.m. at the Canyon Lake Country Club. Watch Supercross and enjoy a live auction, silent auction and prizes from local companies. Spokesperson Ron Almada says, "We will be watching Supercross with DJ and MC to keep everything rolling. We also will have f …

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Paddle & Pedal Regatta set to cruise East Bay

Paddlers and pedalers will gather for the 4th annual Paddle & Pedal Regatta, hosted by the Fitness and Triathlon Club, on Saturday, August 29, beginning at 10 a.m. at Indian Beach. …


Flick and Float is tonight at Lodge pool

Get out the rafts and noodles and head to Flick and Float at the Lodge pool tonight, August 14. The free family movie, featuring the world's most famous sea sponge, will begin at d …


Save the date for Miss Canyon Lake Pageant

Canyon Lakers are invited to save the date and head to the Lodge in support of young women vying in the Miss Canyon Lake Scholarship Pageant on Saturday, August 29, at 7 p.m. The …


Cub Scout Pack 346 is recognized by BSA

Cub Scout Pack 346 is pleased to announce it has earned the National Summertime Activity Award from Boy Scouts of America. BSA encourages packs to continue their scouting activiti …


Wunderlich Realtor Report for July

This July “Realtor Report” is provided by Gene Wunderlich, director of government affairs for the Southwest Riverside County Association of Realtors. For space reasons, some of …


Bo Linton plays assistant DA in new TV series

Canyon Lake resident Bo Linton participated in the Hollywood premier for a new a TV Series "Sangre Negra," in which he plays an assistant district attorney named Ryan Cadehey. Bo …


Big boy, big bass

Taj Newton of Maui, grandson of Meg and Skip Newton, landed this big bass about five minutes after beginning to fish during a visit to his grandparents home in Canyon Lake. After h …


In Memoriam: Lynnell Henderson

Lynne Henderson pass away on August 6, 2015. She was born March 28, 1956, the daughter of Bob and Sheila Henderson. She is survived by her parents and her sisters, Brooke Ward and …


In Memoriam: Steve Jacobs

Steve Harold Jacobs, 72, of Canyon Lake, passed away on August 3, 2015 at Hemet Acute Care Center. He was born to loving parents Harold and Lois Jacobs in Bremerton, Washington on …


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 …


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 …


Golf News

After Lunch Bunch The After Lunch Bunch continues to tee off every Friday morning. Last week's format was Partners Best Ball with everyone picking his own partner. Winners were: …


Adopt-a-Pet: Gigi and Tink

Gigi is a 3-year-old, white, female, Maltese and Poodle mix. Her caretakers say Gigi is a real sweet girl and has just been groomed. Gigi will need to be spayed before going to her …


IRS continues to warn taxpayers about scams

Following the emergence of new variations of widespread tax scams, the Internal Revenue Service, on August 6, 2015, issued another warning to taxpayers to remain on high alert and …