The Canyon Lake Water Ski Club installed its new board members during its May May 19 club meeting.
The board members for the 2023/2024 season are Scott Larson, president; Frank Woodman, vice president; Emi Horton, secretary; Kevin Hyatt, treasurer; and Rick Jacob, tournament director.
The club’s current membership is 65 families. Individual memberships cost $40. Family memberships cost $50. Membership benefits include sanctioned tournaments (3-event and grassroots), fun events such as Learn to Ski Day and Polar Bear Day, annual banquets, awards, coaching through relationships, and skill building through club-hosted clinics.
The Water Ski Club will be collaborating with the Canyon Lake Enrichment Activities and Recreation (C.L.E.A.R.) Foundation and the Wakeboard Club to host a Wakeboard and Waterski Camp for kids ages eight to 15 from July 24 through July 26.
For more information about the Water Ski Club or to purchase a membership, visit www.canyonlakewaterskiclub.com.
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