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May 13, 2016

Residents invited to local museum's grand opening

Residents invited to local museum's grand opening

Canyon Lakers may think of Menifee as little more than a neighbor to their east. But Canyon Lake's history is part of Menifee Valley's history. Canyon Lake pioneer Elinor Martin is president of the Menifee Valley Historical Association and has written a pictorial history of Canyon Lake called "Images of America: Canyon Lake." Her family's history is Canyon Lake's history; and that's why the gran…

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POA News and Notes: Dale Welty and Paul Queen elected

Quorum was met Thursday, May 12, with the Annual Meeting of the Members and Election of the Directors concluding before 1 p.m. A total of 1,541 ballots and prox…

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Alum application set to begin Monday

As part of a continuing effort to improve Canyon Lake’s water quality, the Lake Elsinore and San Jacinto Watersheds Authority (LESJWA) will continue alum trea…

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'Art at the Lake' is coming May 21 and 22

Canyon Lake Art Association cordially invites residents to the 2016 Art at the Lake event, to be held at the Senior Center on Saturday and Sunday, May 21 an…

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Photo of the Week

Credit: Bert Barbay

Just big kids! The Señor Chair Volleyball Club took a moment to pose on the playground at Holiday Harbor while celebrating the marriage of members Frank Wargo and Geri Cook.

Chair Volleyball brings home gold, silver, bronze

Chair Volleyball brings home gold, silver, bronze

The Canyon Lake Senior Chair Volleyball Club has done it again – winning multiple medals at the Riverside County Senior Games. On April 15, five Canyon Lake teams participated in the annual games held at the Orange Terrace Community Center in Riverside. There were 18 teams from six cities competing in three divisions. According to Karen Bevans, the Canyon Lake Division I team, captained by Sus …

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Rare rain doesn't dampen skiers' enthusiasm

Rare rain doesn't dampen skiers' enthusiasm

The gloomy weather last Saturday, with periods of rain, did not deter ShowCal Skiers from putting on their first show of the season in the North Ski Area. Light sprinkles greeted the three-man barefoot show opener, then rained on the girls' ballet line.   ShowCal Skiers President Scott Redlin says, "While we were hoping it wouldn't rain on us on Saturday, the rain didn't really bother us. Our g …

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Learn to ride a wakeboard this Sunday

The Wakeboard Club will host a Learn to Ride Day this Sunday, May 15, starting at 9 a.m. in the North Ski Area. The day is devoted to instruction in wakeboarding, wakeskating and s …


Miss Canyon Lake Pageant will be next weekend

Canyon Lakers are invited to share a shining moment with several young ladies participating in the Miss Canyon Lake Scholarship Pageant on Saturday, May 21, at 6 p.m. in the Holida …


The Choraleers to present Broadway show tunes

The Canyon Lake Choraleers will hold their Spring Concert on Sunday, May 22, at the Lodge. Showtime is at 3 p.m., with the doors opening at 2:30. The show is titled "We Sing Broadw …


'M' stands for May and Mayhem

On April 15, 2013, the Boston Marathon was disrupted by two consecutive explosions on the sidewalk near the finish line, killing three spectators and injuring 264 others. The bombi …


Railroad Canyon Rd. crash claims life of teen

Residents heading out early Sunday morning, May 8, on Railroad Canyon Rd. were turned back at Canyon Hills Rd. due to an early morning crash that split a car in half and claimed th …


'100 Women Strong' raise money for charities

On May 1, 101 women attended the 3rd annual "100 Women Strong" luncheon in Canyon Lake. The group was started in 2014 by Canyon Lakers Liz Murphy, Becky Ness and Debra Kipp. Their …


Service project is a 'bench for Kathye'

Priscilla Lee, a Canyon Lake resident and junior at Santa Rosa Academy in Menifee, says her community service project this year was inspired by the dedication of Kathye Aniol to th …


In Memoriam: Richard Soldoff

Richard Soldoff, 69, a longtime resident of Canyon Lake, passed away April 24, 2016 at Inland Valley Medical Center in Wildomar. He succumbed to complications from a blood infectio …


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 …


Junior anglers advance to state tourney

The Canyon Lake Bassmasters held their annual Jr. Bassmasters Tournament on Sunday, May 8. The top four are moving on to the State Championship at Lake Skinner on May 29. The winne …


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

Men's Golf Fellowship The Men's Golf Fellowship group will meet Thursday morning, May 19, in the Magnolia Room of the Country Club. Breakfast begins at 6:15 a.m.; golf begins at 7 …


Adopt-a-Pet: Jackson and Killer

Jackson is a 6-to-8-year-old, blonde, male Poodle. Because Jackson is a senior, his adoption fee is reduced. His caretakers say Jackson is such a sweet little boy – "a real cutie …


Should you join the 'gig economy?'

The following Practical Money Skills column is provided by Nathaniel Sillin, director of Visa's financial education programs. Today, our standard workday isn't so standard anymore …