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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 3 p.m. Monday.

Fashion Show

The Elks Ladies of Lake Elsinore/Wildomar Elks Lodge No. 2591 will host their annual Fashion Show on Sept. 9 at the Elks Lodge, 33700 Mission Trail, Wildomar. Social hour starts at 11 a.m. followed by lunch and Fashion Show at 12 p.m. The “Celebrate Fall” themed Fashion Show is open to the public. Tickets are $20 and includes lunch and dessert. To purchase tickets, call 951-674-6804 or 951-440-3097.

Kickball Tournament

The City of Lake Elsinore is hosting a Kickball Challenge Tournament on Sept. 9 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Rosetta Canyon Sports Partk, 39423 Ardenwood Way. This is a free event for all ages and all stages. Awards will be given for the best dressed team. Kickballs will be provided. Comfortable clothes and sunscreen is recommended. For more information, visit lake-elsinore.org.

Free Sprinkler Nozzles

Elsinore Valley Water District is partnering with Western Municipal Water District to offer up to 25 free Toro Precision sprinkler nozzles to its customers. The Toro nozzles are more efficient than regular pop-up spray nozzles and can help customers save both water and money. Supplies are limited.

Customers can print a voucher from the program’s website and then redeem at participating irrigation supply stores. For more information, visit freesprinklernozzles.com.

Quarter Bus Rides

Through Sept. 4, students in first through 12th grades can ride the Riverside Transit Agency (RTA) for a quarter. While a school ID is the preferred method of getting a quarter ride, bus drivers also accept RTA Youth ID cards, or California driver’s licenses or state IDs showing the rider is under the age of 19.

Titans Football

The Titans invite Canyon Lakers to support the Temescal Canyon High School Football Program by attending their game on Sept. 2 against San Jacinto High School at 500 Idyllwild Drive, San Jacinto. The cost is $7; parking is $5. Game starts at 7 p.m.; gates open at 6 p.m.

On Sept. 7, junior varsity will go up against Arlington High School at 2951 Jackson Street, Riverside, with a 4 p.m. start time. The cost is $5. Also on Sept. 7, freshmen will go up against Arlington High School at Temescal Canyon High School, 28755 El Toro Rd, Lake Elsinore, with a 4 p.m. start time. No charge for entry.

Mark your calendars for the Homecoming Game on Oct. 20. This year’s theme is Wizard of OZ. The Titans play against Lakeside.

Local businesses are being sought to purchase a tax deductible ad in the football program that is printed every home game. For more information, contact Erin Balli aqt 951-852-5183.

Menifee Historical Museum

The Menifee Valley Historical Museum contains displays about Canyon Lake history, provided by Canyon Lake pioneers Don and Elinor Martin who sometimes serve as docents. The museum, located in the old Menifee Elementary School on Garbani Rd. in Menifee, is open Sundays, from 1 to 4 p.m.

AFV Fundraiser

AFV will host its 13th annual Wines for Canines and Kitties on Saturday, Sept. 23, from 5 to 9 p.m. at South Coast Winery, 34843 Rancho California Rd., Temecula. This event will feature The Voice contestant Anatalia Villaranda, a Fashion Show featuring shelter dogs, sit down dinner, live auction and live music. Tickets are $100 each or $800 for a table of ten. Seating is limited. For more information, visit winesforcaninesandkitties.eventbrite.com.

Walk of Hope

On Sept. 24, Michelle’s Place will host its inaugural Walk of Hope at Vail Headquarters in Temecula. This event includes live music, food and awards. Registration for breast cancer survivors is $15. Registration for ages 13 and older is $30; $40 the day of the event. Child registration for ages four to 12 is $15. Children ages three and under are free. Online registration is available at michellesplace.org.

Registration includes a T-shirt, walk medal and post race entertainment. Participants who turn in registrations after Sept. 11 will not be guaranteed a walk T-shirt.

Awards will be given in the 5K for Best Team T-shirts, Best Stroller Decorations and Best Dog Costume. Awards will also be given for the highest fundraising team or individual.

The funds raised through the Walk of Hope fundraiser go directly to Michelle’s Place to help provide the necessary support services to women and families dealing with breast cancer and to individuals with any cancer in need of support.

Elks Breakfast

Larry Ryan, One Yean Trustee and Lodge Boy Scout Chairman of Lake Elsinore /Wildomar Elk Lodge No. 2591, has set up a fundraising breakfast the third Sunday of each month for Elks and the public to raise funds for the lodge and the five Boy Scout units the lodge sponsors. Breakfast is from 8 to 11:30 a.m. The cost is $9 for adults; $5 for children under seven. Both Elks and Boy Scouts work at the breakfast. The lodge is located at 33700 Mission Trail, Wildomar.

Paws on the Promenade

The spooktacular Paws on the Promenade dog walk will take place on Oct. 14 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Promenade Temecula. This event features pet adoptions, treat bags for participants, vendor booths and pet parade and costume contest. Sponsorship opportunities are available. New costume contest categories this year include Spookiest, Most Original, Darling Divas, Dashing Dudes, Owner and Pet Duo (12 and under and 12 and over). For more information, visit pawsonthepromenade.org.

National PTA Reflections

Temescal Canyon High School Reflection entries are due to the school office by October 13. Founded in 1969, Reflections engages nearly 300,000 students and their families in arts education activities each year by encouraging students to explore the arts for fun and recognition.

The theme for this year is “Within Reach.” Pre-K through grade 12 students are encouraged to submit original works of art in one or more of the following categories: Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Photography, Visual Arts, Musical Composition.

Students with disabilities may receive special accommodations by entering the special Artist Division, all abilities are encouraged to participate.

Winners move up to the district and possibly state judging. Students can win a medal, savings bond and an all-expense paid trip to State PTA convention.

Lioness Bingo

Lioness Bingo is held at the Canyon Lake Senior Center on the first and third Sunday of every month from 1 to 4 p.m. Due to State Law, Bingo is limited to those over the age of 18. Admission is $10 for a six-sheet set; special games are available for $1 each. Those wishing to attend from outside the community should call Nancy Coughlin at 951-805-0543 or Joanna Spiller at 951-244-1553 for gate entrance.

Celebrate Recovery

Celebrate Recovery is a program that teaches and gives one tools on how to address their hurts, habits, and hang-ups so that they can move forward and find their purpose and a life filled with joy. Participants discover that they are not alone in what they are going through and find people to walk alongside them. Celebrate Recovery meets on Sundays at 6 p.m. in Building C at Canyon Lake Community Church.

TCHS Fundraisers

Sponsors are being sought for a tax deductible ad in the football program that is printed at every home game. For more information about sponsorship, contact Erin Balli at 951-852-5183.

Football players are selling discount cards for $10. The discount cards are good at 30 locations in the community. Cards are valid through June 30, 2018. They can be purchased from any Titan football player or by emailing tchsfootballboosterclub@gmail.com. Women’s Circles

Women’s Circles are small groups of women who meet once a month in each other’s homes or in Building C at Canyon Lake Community Church. They pray and support missionaries, and pray for and encourage one another. Being a member of a Women’s Circle provides an opportunity for small group fellowship.

Faith Circle meets the third Monday at 7 p.m.; Julia Circle meets the second Monday at 10:30 a.m.; Priscilla Circle meets the first Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.; Ruth Circle meets the second Wednesday at 10 a.m.; Sonshine Circle meets the third Monday at 9:30 a.m.; Sonrise Circle meets the second Sunday at 5:30 p.m.; Love Circle meets the second Tuesday at 11:30 a.m.

For more information, contact Circle Coordinator Phyllis Duncan at 951-674-4436.

Coffee with Nancy

Residents are invited to meet with Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District Division 1 Director Nancy Horton, a Canyon Lake resident, the last Tuesday of every month from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Sports Stop.

Nancy is available to talk about changing guidelines for water conservation, answer questions about conservation rebates and the district’s water rates, etc. Residents are invited to bring their water bill for clarification of costs. Coffee is complimentary.

Caregivers Connection

The Canyon Lake Community Church’s Caregivers Connection offers an opportunity for caregivers to share common problems, needs and experiences. Anyone caring for a loved one for illnesses such as dementia, Alzheimer’s, stroke, heart issues or Parkinson’s is welcome to attend. The group meets in Room 6 at the church on the second and fourth Monday of each month from 10 a.m. to noon. For more information, contact Facilitator Jo Ann Wickerath at 951-679-7736 or Assistant Facilitator Bev Haney at 951-244-8711.

MOPS

Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) meets on the first and third Tuesdays at 9 a.m. at Canyon Lake Community Church. MOPS seeks to support mothers during the early years of their children’s lives. By connecting with other moms and mentor moms, craft projects and guest speakers, women are encouraged in their physical, emotional and spiritual journeys. Child care is provided.

The moms fellowship over hot coffee and warm breakfast, then enjoy a speaker or craft. Those desiring “coffee talk” are invited to contact Melissa Roberts at 951-757-6010.

Breast Cancer Resources

Bosom Buddies is a breast cancer support group in Canyon Lake led by Janelle Basham and Kimberly Slingerland. The pair mentor, educate and support newly diagnosed breast cancer patients during their journey. For more information, visit CLBosomBuddies.com.

Michelle’s Place is a breast cancer resource center serving this area, located at 27645 Jefferson Ave., Ste. 117, Temecula. The center’s mission is to provide emotional and educational support to those touched with breast cancer and facilitate breast health care services. Regular hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. For more information, call 951-699-5455 or visit michellesplace.org.

Needlework Group

Residents are invited to bring their knitting and crocheting supplies and projects to the senior center on Mondays from 10 a.m. to noon. For more information, contact Betty Cannavino at 951-244-4126.

Sewing, Quilting Group

Residents are invited to the senior center for sewing and quilting on Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bring a project and sewing machine, or just visit and check it out. For more information, contact Terri Ireland at 951-246-2571.

Steering Wheel Covers

The Lioness Club offers custom-made steering wheel covers made of many different materials and patterns, which keep steering wheels from becoming too hot to handle. They also work well during cold weather. The price is $8 for one; $15 for two. The profits from this project go toward the club’s ongoing philanthropic projects. To purchase a cover, call Laverne Cann at 951-244-5715.

Genealogy Research

The Lake Elsinore Genealogical Society (LEGS) meets monthly on the second Thursday (except for July and August) from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Mission Trail Community Library, 34303 Mission Trail in Wildomar. Visitors and guests are welcome. For more information, contact Candy Petersen at jandcpetersen@roadunner.com or 951-246-2028, or visit bakerfamily.org/legs.

Host Families Sought

ASSE International Student Exchange Programs, in cooperation with area high schools, is looking for local families to host boys and girls between the ages of 15 to 18 from a variety of countries: Norway, Denmark, Spain, Italy, Japan, to name a few.

ASSE students are enthusiastic and excited to experience American culture while they practice their English. They also love to share their own culture and language with their host families.

The exchange students have pocket money for personal expenses and full health, accident and liability insurance. ASSE students are selected based on academics and personality, and host families can choose their student from a wide variety of backgrounds, countries and personal interests.

To become an ASSE host family or to learn more, contact 1-800-733-2773 or visit www.host.asse.com to begin a host family application.

Clothing Wanted

A couple in Canyon Lake regularly makes deliveries of food and clothing to the Riverside City Mission where the needs of the hungry and homeless are continuous. Donations can be dropped off at Coldwell Banker in the Towne Center, 31620 Railroad Canyon Rd.

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