The Canyon Lake Fine Arts Guild installed its 2021 officers during its board meeting on November 12. Ron Martel, who served as the Guild’s president for the past five years, is retiring. Former Vice President Bonnie Dubbs is stepping into Martel’s role.
“It is with mixed feelings that I announce my retirement from the Guild Board,” Martel said. “Working to bring such memorable music to the lake has been an absolute dream come true, so thank you all for your tremendous support. I am especially proud of helping to bring five straight years of sold-out tribute concerts to the lodge and our glorious amphitheater at Holiday Harbor, and being named Canyon Lake’s Organization of the Year.”
Joining Dubbs are Vice President Larry Garland, Publicity Director Corrie Tutt, Secretary Shari Skidmore, Treasurer Rhonda Pilto, Membership and Programs Director Brian Wook, and Director Chris Papavero.
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