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Canyon Lake Women’s Club installs new board members

The Canyon Lake Women’s Club installed its new board members during a luncheon on June 19. Pictured, from left, are Gay Troy, Calista Grande, Tarrie Sullivan, Samantha Gorrell, and Karen Wallace. Photo by Canyon Lake Insider.

The Canyon Lake Women’s Club recently concluded its 2023-2024 season and installed its new board members for the 2024-2025 season.

Samantha Gorrell will lead the board with a second term as president. Gorrell will be joined by Gay Troy and Linda Adams, 1st vice president-programs; Linda Gavin, 2nd vice president-ways and means; Tarrie Sullivan, 3rd vice president-membership; Bonnie Wade, 4th vice president-philanthropy, Karen Wallace, treasurer; Shelley Carter, secretary; Calista Grande, publicity; and Rose Marie Hand, Parliamentarian.

Founded in 1972, the Canyon Lake Woman’s Club is a nonprofit philanthropic service group dedicated to helping those in need. The club hosts several events throughout the year to help raise funds for local charities and educational scholarships for girls and women who reside in Canyon Lake. Its notable events include the Fashion Show and Holiday Home Tour.

Club meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month from September through June. “Women ages 18 and older are welcome to attend and join the fun,” President Samantha Gorrell said.

Upcoming events on the club’s 2024 calendar include a cooking class in July, Hot Autumn Nights in August, the Witches Gathering in October, an auction in November, and the Holiday Home Tour in December.

For more information, visit www.canyonlakewomansclub.com.

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