Association bids farewell to Susanne Webb


A farewell party for Susanne (Cordeiro) Webb was held on September 9 at Pepe’s Restaurant. On August 26, Susanne announced her resignation as Director of Member Services. Associates commented that Susanne has been an invaluable asset to the Association since 2005 and will be greatly missed.

The Association Management developed a succession plan almost two years ago. In transition of duties, the following staff will assume the following roles effective September 12:
William (Cory) Gorham will oversee Member Services and Community Patrol. Cory has worked for the Association for more than four years and will continue to maintain customer focus in his new duties.
Cheryl Mitchell will oversee Planning and Compliance. Cheryl has worked for the Association for more than 10 years. She has played an important role with the Architectural Control Committee, as well as working with the City of Canyon Lake’s Planning Department.

Susanne (Cordeiro) Webb has worked for the Canyon Lake Property Owners Association, most recently as Director of Member Services, since 2005. She is seen at her farewell party at Pepe's Restaurant on September 9. Photo by Donna Kupke.

Susanne (Cordeiro) Webb has worked for the Canyon Lake Property Owners Association, most recently as Director of Member Services, since 2005. She is seen at her farewell party at Pepe’s Restaurant on September 9. Photo by Donna Kupke.

Flick-n-Float is Tomorrow

The final Flick-n-Float of summer is scheduled for tomorrow, September 17, at the Lodge pool. Guests are invited to bring a small float or beach chair to watch the movie, which will begin at dusk (approximately 7:15 p.m.). Snacks will be available for purchase at the pool snack bar.

Class for Couples

A class for couples, “Who am I with you?” – a two-day seminar – is scheduled for Saturday, September 17, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., and Wednesday, September 21, 6 to 9 p.m., at the East Port Park Activities Building. Presented by Joan Kowal, the class is about “discovery.” She says, “Spend two days getting to understand who you are and understanding who your significant other is. Then explore how this new found knowledge can bring your relationship to an empowering working relationship.”

For more information, contact the Activities Department at 951-244-6841, ext. 618.

Community Patrol Stats

Statistics for the month of August are provided by Securitas Account Manager Jay Cregeen.

Community Patrol logged 18,700 miles and answered 344 calls for service with an average response time of 8 minutes. Officers issued 128 citations and 3 warnings. There were 14 speed enforcement citations, 2 stop sign violation citations, 76 parking citations, 1 motorcycle citation, 4 failure to stop for a school bus citations, 2 curfew citations, 5 disturbance violations (e.g. loud noises/parties), 4 animal related citations (3 barking dogs, 1 not on a leash), 2 identification for access control citations, and 8 miscellaneous citations.

Officers also issued 7  failure to comply citations and 3 citations for verbal abuse. Six passes and 35 POA cards were confiscated.

There were 12 calls for suspicious persons/vehicles and 64 gate runners (56 members, 8  trespassers). There were 30 incident reports; 12 of them were for graffiti and 4 for vandalism

Process servers were escorted to 28 locations with an on-scene time at the house of 2 minutes.

Marine Patrol boats spent 502.9 hours on the lake. There were 49 boat inspections, 45 fishing license/permit checks, 16 boat tows, 1 miscellaneous tow, 6 battery assists and 11.4 escorted hours. There were 42 violation citation issued, ranging from speeding to expired registration, and 12 verbal warnings for boating safety. Thirty eight quarantine tags (red) and 54 service seals (white) were issued.

Long Range Plan Survey

The Facility Review Committee recently conducted a series of workshops to gauge the community’s interest in future community enhancements as part of a proposed “Long Range Plan.” The purpose of this survey is to allow residents an opportunity to share their thoughts and ideas for amenity enhancements.

Now that the workshops have ended, a survey has been posted at (and is available in paper form in the Member Services Office) asking homeowners to vote for the top five enhancements they would like to see on a Long Range Plan (one survey per tract and lot).

Main Gate Signage

Proposals are coming in to the Association for new Main Gate signage. Several concepts have been proposed thus far and are posted under “Projects” at Members are asked to email their thoughts on these concepts to or call 951-244-6841, ext. 210.

Darryl Worley Concert

The Association’s “Concerts at the Lodge” series is excited to introduce its next concert starring country music artist Darryl Worley on Saturday, October 1, at 7 p.m. Tickets are available now for purchase at the Members Services office (credit card transactions only) during normal business hours, or by visiting

VIP tickets are $55 per person, which includes express entry with preferred seating closest to the stage and a private VIP bar. VIP Members will be automatically entered in a special VIP-only drawing for a chance to win an autographed poster board signed by Darryl Worley. General Admission tickets are $30 per person.

In addition to the concert, the Lighthouse Restaurant and Bar will be offering a special country-themed buffet that will replace its normal weekend dinner menu.

Yoga by the Lake Class

Instructor Doona Choi offers a unique Vinyasa-style class that focuses on strength, flexibility, balance and breath. Donna says “Yoga by the Lake” is ideal to help with weight loss, stress reduction, mind body awareness while helping people heal injuries and enhancing sports performance and everyday life.

The class will start Tuesday, September 20, and will be held Tuesdays at 6 p.m. at Holiday Harbor and Saturdays at 9 a.m. at Sunset Beach. A participant’s first class is free; then will be $35 for five classes or $60 for 10 classes. Sign up at Member Services.

For more information, contact the Activities Department at 951-244-6841, ext. 618.

POA Exercise Classes

Classes can be purchased at Member Services or the Pool Office. Instructors cannot accept payment.

To learn more about each class, visit

  • Water Aerobics meets Monday through Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at the pool. Cost is $2 per class or $25 per month for unlimited classes.
  • Canyon Lake Fit Camp meets Tuesday and Thursday at 7 a.m. at Holiday. The class is $99 per month; first class is free.
  • Funk Fitness meets Tuesday and Thursday at 10 a.m., and Thursday evening at 7:15 p.m. All classes meet at the Lodge. Class punch cards are $35 for five classes; $70 for 11 classes.
  • Zumba meets Monday and Thursday at 6 p.m. in the Holiday Bay Room. Cost is $35 for five classes; $40 for 10 classes.
  • Evening Yoga meets Monday at 7 p.m. in the Holiday Bay Room. Cost is $25 for five classes; $40 for 10 classes.
  • Morning Yoga meets Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Sunset Beach Room at the Lodge. Cost is $25 for five classes; $40 for 10.
  • Line Dancing – Beginning meets Tuesday at 2 p.m.; Intermediate meets Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the Holiday Bay Room. Cost is $20 for five classes; $40 for 10.
  • Dancercise meets Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in the Pool View Room at the Lodge. This class is free.