Sprauls sponsor WarBirds West flight over Canyon Lake

Sprauls sponsor WarBirds West flight over Canyon Lake

It's no surprise that the sponsors of the Canyon Lake Veterans Day Ceremony flyover are fans of flight – well, one of them at least. David and Barbara Spraul humbly acknowledge the gratitude of the community for their sponsorship of WarBirds West, a San Diego-based salute team that flew six passes of Beechcraft T-34 Mentor aircraft over Canyon Lake on November 11. Dave is the one who loves air…

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Shop 'til you drop tomorrow at the Lodge

The Canyon Lake Lodge will turn into a colorful bazaar tomorrow, November 21, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., as more than 40 vendors fill the entire main level with je…

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All invited to Quarter Mania at Lodge on Sunday

The Family Matter Club invites all residents to participate in the Holiday Quarter Mania event that will be held this Sunday, November 22, from 1 to 4 p.m. at t…

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Canyon Lake Entrepreneurs: Meet Ian Page of California Working Dogs

Meet Canyon Lake resident and dog trainer Ian Page. Ian moved from Santa Cruz, California to Canyon Lake in June 2015. He was born in Anaheim but grew up in Lo…

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Photo of the Week

In this photograph by Pat Van Dyke, one can almost feel the crispness in the air as the sun drops behind the hills. With cooler temperatures and much shorter days, Canyon Lakers are finally able to enjoy the fall season.

Helping hands, hearts go into Vets Day Ceremony

Helping hands, hearts go into Vets Day Ceremony

The annual Veterans Day Ceremony brings together volunteers from a number of groups – from scouts to high school organizations to working adults to retirees – all under the direction of the Veterans Day Committee – which itself is made up of community volunteers. All of these people come together with one goal in mind: to make veterans feel honored and appreciated for their military servic …

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Nic Welty wins Veterans Day essay award

Nic Welty wins Veterans Day essay award

Canyon Lake resident Nicholas Welty, a 3rd grader at Santa Rosa Academy in Menifee, received an award for his essay on what Veterans Day means to him and was invited to read it at the Menifee Veterans Day ceremony. Menifee school students in grades 3 through 12 were eligible to participate in the contest. Eight-year-old Nic was one of two 3rd graders chosen to read their essays at the Menifee ce …

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'Fallen Soldiers' recognized on Veterans Day

During last week's Veterans Day Ceremony, the Veterans Day Committee honored several veterans and at least one active duty military member who passed away within the past year with …


Five homes to be featured in Holiday Home Tour

Canyon Lakers who look forward to seeing beautifully decorated homes each year at the holidays will want to mark their calendars for the Woman's Club Holiday Home Tour on Sunday, D …


Mark calendars for these holiday events

• JWC Holiday Boutique will be on Saturday, November 21, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Lodge. • Quarter Mania, a Family Matters Club fundraiser, will be on Sunday, November 22, 1 t …


Need to make a change for the 2016 Directory?

Residents are encouraged to take a look at this year’s Residential Directory and make changes, corrections or additions for the 2016 Directory by noting them on the form here. …


Join Miss Ginny today at the Library

"Looking forward to Thanksgiving" will be the theme for Miss Ginny's Story Time today, November 20, at 11:30 a.m. The story time is developed for ages 3-5 and includes music, movem …


Wunderlich October Realtor Report

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


Mayor congratulates new Royal Court

At its November meeting, the Canyon Lake City Council recognized this year's Royal Court with a Proclamation of Congratulations. Pictured with Mayor Jordan Ehrenkranz are Young Mis …


In Memoriam: Roy Berthold

Roy Berthold, new member to the Canyon Lake community, passed away Monday, November 16, 2015. Roy was born in Olex, Oregon and was a U.S. Navy veteran. He spent most of life in t …


In Memoriam: Carl Sauer Jr.

Carl G. Sauer Jr. , the grandfather of inter? planetary trajectory optimization, passed away on November 12, 2015.
Born in Philadelphia in 1931, he spent his childhood in Salin …


The Friday Flyer Holiday Deadlines

Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, deadlines for news and advertising in The Friday Flyer will move up a day. Letters, News Briefs, Club News, Announcements, etc. are due Monday at n …


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

Women's Golf Christmas Tourney The annual Christmas Tournament and Board of Directors Installation is scheduled for December 9. The 9-hole shotgun scramble will begin at 8:30 a. …


Adopt-a-Pet: Fred and Amanda

Fred is a 5-year-old, buff, male Cocker Spaniel. His caretakers say Fred is as sweet as he is beautiful and good with older kids. He is housebroken and already neutered, ready for …


Help homeless dogs and cats

Animal Friends of the Valleys is asking for donations of food and kitty litter. According to AFV representatives, "Our supplies have dipped to a very low level, and we are looking …


How to place obituaries, announcements

The Friday Flyer prints obituaries and announcements free of charge for Canyon Lake residents. In Memoriam is reserved for community members who have resided or owned property in C …


Residents' contributions add interest to paper

One of the things that sets The Friday Flyer apart from other local newspapers is the opportunity to receive story and photo contributions from those who live and work in the commu …