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Canyon Lake Ski Club invites community to Dawg Dayz of Summer barbecues

Canyon Lake Ski Club members gather at the north ski area for an evening barbecue. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

The Canyon Lake Ski Club will be holding monthly Dawg Dayz of Summer barbecues on August 30 and September 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the picnic tables at the north ski area on Vacation Drive.

Community members are invited to stop by for a hotdog, meet the members of the Ski Club, and learn more about what the club has to offer. Hotdogs will be provided. Members should bring their own drink.

Formed in the late 1960s, the Ski Club was the first organized club formed in Canyon Lake. There were 25 members in 1968. Since then, the club has grown to more than 100 members. Skill levels range from beginners to regional, national, and international competitors.

The club hosts three national qualifying events each year. The next event will be the September Memorial on September 16 and 17 at the north ski area. Jumping will be held at the jump lagoon on Longhorn Drive.

Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

In addition to tournaments, the Ski Club hosts Learn to Ski Day, Polar Bear Day, an annual club banquet, and other get-togethers throughout the year. This week, the club partnered with the CLEAR Foundation and the Wakeboard Club for the CLEAR Foundation’s three-day Wakeboard/Waterski Summer Camp for kids.

Ski Club membership is $40 for individuals and $50 for families (single households). For more information about the Ski Club, visit www.canyonlakewaterskiclub.com.

Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.
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