Holidays aren't the only topic on residents' minds

Holidays aren't the only topic on residents' minds

News reports continue to be filled with predictions of a rainy El Niño winter coming up January through March. Many Canyon Lakers are preparing their homes by fixing roofs, cleaning gutters, trimming or removing trees, and checking drainage to make sure their home or landscape isn't in the path of runoff from a neighboring property or road. According to POA Planning and Compliance Manager Chery…

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City launches 'El Niño Preparedness' initiative – Part 1

In preparation for the possibility of higher-than-average rainfall due to current El Niño conditions, the City of Canyon Lake has launched an "El Niño Prepare…

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Residents urged to sign up for Emergency Notification Service

The City of Canyon Lake has an emergency notification system called CodeRED, which will alert each resident by phone or e-mail in the event of an emergency and/…

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City issues RFP for Fire Department Consulting Services

A big red fire engine did bring Santa to the tree-lighting ceremonies this year but it wasn't Canyon Lake's familiar Engine 60. Station 60 is still closed. As t…

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Photo of the Week

"Christmas Gold" by Barbara Spraul

Memories are made at the 2015 Parade of Lights

Memories are made at the 2015 Parade of Lights

Organizers (and the crowds of spectators at waterfront homes and parks) agreed that last Saturday was a perfect night for the Parade of Lights boat parade. "It was an exciting evening for all who participated," says Yacht Club Parade of Lights Chair Bob Templeton. Nineteen boats were registered for judging, while several other boats joined in at the last minute. The check-in starting boat was cap …

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Damp, chilly evening doesn't deter Golf Cart Parade

Damp, chilly evening doesn't deter Golf Cart Parade

The 5th annual Golf Cart Parade and Toy Drive was held on Sunday, December 13, sponsored by Street Carts of Canyon Lake and organized by Mike Shroyer, the club's president. The Golf Cart Parade started in 2011 with about 20 golf carts participating. Since then, the parade has more than doubled in size, with 47 golf carts participating this year. "This was our biggest turnout yet," says Mike. "T …

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A big 'thank you' to all those who decorated

The Home Owners Club would like to thank all the homeowners who decorated their homes for the holidays, and especially those who sent in their addresses for judging. Mustang Ct. …


The Friday Flyer Holiday Deadlines

Deadlines will move up a day for the next two issues of The Friday Flyer. For the December 25 and January 1 issues, all Letters to the Editor, Club News, News Briefs, Announcements …


Start the New Year right with 'Funk Fitness'

Looking for a fun way to get in shape in the New Year? A new exercise class will be starting January 5, led by Koolboy, a Canyon Lake resident featured in the the November 13 issue …


Tickets now on sale for Hal Ketchum concert

Tickets for the Lodge’s Valentine Concert featuring country music legend, Hal Ketchum, are now on sale. The concert will be on Saturday, February 13, at 7 p.m. VIP Tickets are $5 …


POA News

Holiday Hours The Association's offices, including Member Services, will be closed the following days in observance of the holidays: • Thursday, December 24, Christmas Eve …


City will offer CERT training in January

The City of Canyon Lake Department of Emergency Services is offering residents the opportunity receive Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training, enabling those who complet …


Visit the North Pole today at the Library

The North Pole is the subject of Miss Ginny's Preschool Craft and Story Time at the Library today, December 18, at 11 a.m.  There will be polar bear stories, music, a craft and a …


JWC's Karen Terry carries on through sadness

While many community members enjoyed the Lodge Tree-Lighting Festival on Sunday, December 6, Jr. Women's Club President Karen Terry, chair of the event, was working hard at keeping …


In Memoriam: Marjorie Wicen

Marjorie Ann Wicen passed away at home in Canyon Lake on Sunday, December 13, 2015. She was an only child born to parents Bud and Rose (Fuchik) Pasnow on August 8, 1931 in Clevelan …


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 …


Priscilla Circle celebrates Christmas spirit

Priscilla Circle, a group of ladies from Canyon Lake Community Church, enjoyed a Christmas party at the home of Nancy Horton last Monday. Member Tammy Macias says, "We are a group …


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 …


Here's a gift idea from 9ers Golf Club

The Canyon Lake 9er’s Women’s Golf Club invites Canyon Lakers to give the gift of Beginning Golf Lessons to the special woman in their life. The four weekly lessons will be giv …


Golf News

After Lunch Bunch The weekly game is open to all Canyon Lakers with an established handicap. Signups take place on Friday mornings in the Magnolia Room, or by phone at 249-4565 or …


Adopt-a-Pet: Cabby and Mikey

Cabby is a 4-year-old, white and red, female Jack Russell Terrier mix. She is leash trained and housebroken. Her caretakers say Cabby is a real sweetheart and very loving. They add …


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 …


Be a smart shopper for the holidays

This Money Management column is a joint effort of the AICPA and the California Society of CPAs as part of the profession's nationwide 360 Degrees of Financial Literacy program. In …