Canyon Lake Tuesday Work Group wraps up 51st season with banquet, awards

Tuesday Work Group Board members. Photo by Renee Griffiths.

The Canyon Lake Tuesday Work Group (TWG) concluded its 51st season with its annual appreciation banquet and awards ceremony on Thursday, June 27, at the Canyon Lake Lodge. 

The Mardi Gras-themed banquet included dinner, entertainment, and awards.

President Eric Schrader is presented with the coveted Golden Shovel Award for his outstanding service. Photo by Renee Griffiths.

Eric Schrader, a member since 2018, was honored with the coveted Golden Shovel Award for his outstanding service to the community through his contributions within the Tuesday Work Group. The recipient of the Golden Shovel Award is determined by a secret vote of the members.

Rocco Lanzisera was presented with a five-year service pin.

TWG currently has 46 members, including Steve Buckley, Steve Davis, Denise Hixson, and Victor Vidrio, who joined this season. Members logged 2,932 volunteer work hours, about the same amount of hours as last season.

The group completed 39 projects this season, including cleaning the pond on hole 13, installing 200 feet of fencing behind the green on hole 12 and the tee box on hole 13, repairing 50 feet of damaged cart path on hole 18, and power washing the tunnels at hole 5 and hole 9,

Rocco Lanzisera is presented with a five-year service pin. Photo by Renee Griffiths.

TWG was formed in 1973 and drafted its charter in 2003, making it a Canyon Lake Property Owners Association standing committee. The group’s primary responsibility is to perform volunteer work that will beautify and improve the golf course.

In addition to their normal efforts to beautify the golf course, TWG crews are responsible, in whole or in part, for many of the major improvements seen on the course today. 

TWG meets every Tuesday at 8 a.m. from October through June in the Magnolia Room at the Canyon Lake Country Club. New members are welcome. For more information, contact Eric Schrader at 408-966-6690.


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