This section provides information submitted by Canyon Lake clubs regarding activities and upcoming events. Information should be submitted to news@goldingpublications no later than 5 p.m. Monday.
The Choraleers, directed by Robbin Bouslog, will have their first rehearsal of the year on Monday, January 26, at 7 p.m. in the City Multi-purpose Room (Council Chamber). Members are now practicing for their spring concert in May. New singers are welcomed and encouraged as long as they can carry a tune. For more information, call Sher Adamson at 951-244-9693.
The next meeting of the Woman’s Club is January 21. Lyne Hall, Ways & Means Chair, will present information about a new program called “Mermaids of the Lake.” Ladies are invited to come to the meeting in mermaid inspired outfits. The lunch menu includes a starter salad, teriyaki chicken and broccoli, carrots, celery, onions, pineapple and snap peas served over rice, and bread. The deadline for reservations or cancellations was January 11. Vendors who would like to be there may contact Terri Ireland at 951-246-2571.
The Woman’s Club meets the third Wednesday of each month at the Lodge. It is a philanthropic organization dedicated to helping others in the community. The club also gives scholarships to local students to help them on their way to college. For more information, contact Membership Co-Chair Pam Oskey at 909-437-4468.
The Art Association will have two speakers at its meeting on January 27, at 7 p.m. in the Senior Center. Michael Angel has spoken previously about purchasing art; many attendees asked if he would come back.
The second speaker is Jane Coscarelli of 1/4 Inch Publishing. She is a freelance artist who has combined her artistic talent and love of quilting to create 1/4 Inch Publishing. For the past 17 years, she has successfully designed and produced her product line of books, patterns, fabrics and notions. Among her many accomplishments is having her talents featured in the Steven Spielberg movie, “How to Make an American Quilt.”
Jr. Women’s Club
The next meeting of the Junior Women’s Club (JWC) is February 4, at 7 p.m. at the home of Iris Stricklen, 29976 Wake Ct. Anyone who would like information on the JWC, or who is considering joining the club is welcome to attend. For more information, call President Karen Terry at 951-901-3608.
The JWC is a non-profit organization that sponsors several events each year to help fund its philanthropic efforts. Fundraising efforts are focused mainly on raising money for the youth of the community, providing assistance for families in need, providing local students with scholarship monies, providing safe playground equipment for area parks and sponsoring children so that they may participate in activities such as sports, school activities and more.
Kids Club meetings are held every Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., in the Sunset Beach Room at the Lodge. Kids Club is a program in which young children and their parents or grandparents enjoy a morning of crafts, music, exercise, games, sports and a snack for just $2 per session. Buy a 10-class punch card and get two classes free. Check the Canyon Lake Kids Club Facebook page for details.
The theme for the Travel Club’s March 13 dinner-dance is “Salute to the Troops – 1940s USO.” Some may remember how they dressed in those days by looking at old photos. The cost is $45 for members and $50 for guests. A “single ladies table” will be available. Reservations will be accepted until March 2.
The Death Valley adventure on April 29 to May 1 includes a guided tour of the valley and Scotty’s Castle with motor coach transportation; two-night stay at the Furnace Creek Ranch in Death Valley; and four meals, including lunch at the Pahrump Valley Winery. This is now open for reservations at $485 double or $640 single. For more information, visit www.canyonlaketravelclub.org.
Canyon Lake Association of Men
The next meeting of the Canyon Lake Association of Men (CLAMS) is set for January 21, at 6 p.m. at the Country Club. This year, the club will be donating to four Canyon Lake organizations and one outside group: Bassmasters, Yacht Club, Canyon Lake Emergency Preparedness Committee (CLEPC), Veterans Day Committee and Animal Friends of the Valleys (AFV). Members are thanked for their support this year to help make these donation possible. For information about CLAMS, call Bud Hanner at 951-244-6351.
New members are welcome to join the Pinochle Club, which plays every Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Senior Center. For more information, call Marlys Shilling at 951-244-4241.
All Canyon Lake women are invited to attend the Canyon Lake Association of Women (CLAWS) group bunco on the second Wednesday of the month in the Magnolia Room, downstairs at the Country Club. The cost is $10 per player. Participants are asked to bring canned and packaged food for the community cupboard. Game begins at 3 p.m., please arrive 15 mins early to pick up game card and sign in. For more information, call Rose Hanover at 951-244-6109.
Twirler Square Dance Club
The Twirlers meet on Wednesday evenings in the Holiday Bay Room at the Lodge. There is a workshop for experienced dancers from 6:15 to 7 p.m. This is followed by the Twirlers Class from 7 to 9 p.m. with instructor Vic Kaarie. Former dancers are always welcome. Dress is casual. For more information, call Joe or Vi Henderson at 951-244-0345.
The Tennis Club invites residents to come out for Social Play on Mondays and Fridays at 9 a.m. It is open to all levels of players and is a way to meet other players without committing to a schedule. For more information, contact Dave Harrigan at 951-746-3460 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Canyon Lake Junior Tennis League is on hiatus at this time.
The Canyon Lake Bible Club meets on Thursday evenings, at 7 p.m. at the home of Steve and Ruth Martin, 23409 Silver Strike Dr. in Canyon Lake. The group is using a Canyon Lake Community Church workbook and digging into the book of Romans. Please RSVP to 951-244-2438.
Water Ski Club
Residents interested in joining the Water Ski Club are invited to visit canyonlakeskiclub.com for membership forms, information and news about the club. The club is comprised of skiers of all ages and levels, from beginners to advanced. In addition to having 365 days of access to one of the nicest slalom courses in the country, the club hosts several ski competitions and community events, including Breakfast with Santa, Polar Bear Day, Learn to Ski Days and the Fiesta Day Ski Show.
Lioness Bingo, managed by Nancy Coughlin and Barbara Jacobson, is held the first and third Sunday of each month, except December, in the Senior Center. Funds raised by bingo are contributed to Lions’ projects for the sight-impaired and the needy of the area. At times of national or world-wide disaster, the Lioness have contributed money through Lions Club International for humanitarian relief. To learn more about Lioness, call Membership Chair Lorraine Lafferty at 244-1684.
The Bosom Buddies mission is to educate, inspire and support newly diagnosed breast cancer patients during their breast cancer journey. If you or anyone you know is diagnosed with breast cancer have them call Janelle Basham at 951-515-0500 or Kimbo Slingerland at 951-609-4044, or visit clbosombuddies.com.
Fitness and Triathlon Club
For information on the club and its activities, visit www.canyonlaketriathlonclub.com, or the Facebook page, CanyonLake TriathlonClub.
The Car Club holds meetings the first Thursday of each month at the Lodge. Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m., followed by the general meeting at 6:30. Learn about upcoming events, listen to guest speakers and share automotive experiences. Finger foods will be served and a 50/50 drawing will round out the evening. Anyone owning a pre-1973 vehicle is welcome. Visit www.canyonlakecarclub.com or e-mail email@example.com.
Roadrunners RV Club dinner meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month. Social hour begins at 5 p.m. and dinner at 6. There are about 115 members representing about 60 recreational vehicles in the club. In addition to the dinner meetings, the group takes between six and eight trips per year. For more information about Roadrunners or the trips, contact Robb Smith at 244-3168 or RobbS44090@aol.com.
Jr. Women’s Club
The JWC is a non-profit organization that sponsors several events each year to help fund its philanthropic efforts, focused mainly on raising money for the youth of the community, to providing assistance for families in need, providing local students with scholarship monies, providing safe playground equipment for area parks, and sponsoring children so that they may participate in activities such as sports, school activities and more.
Anyone who would like information on the JWC, or who is considering joining the club, is welcome to attend. For more information, call President Karen Terry at 951-901-3608.