The Canyon Lake Yacht Club invites the community to participate in its Lake Cleanup on Saturday, September 12. Crews will assemble at Diamond Point Park at 9 a.m.
Boats will navigate along the shoreline where crews will pick up debris that can be reached from the boats. Boat ownership and club membership are not required to participate in this event.
“Lake Cleanup provides a valuable service to the entire community and it’s a fun and rewarding activity,” said Pete Delia, event chairman. “Plus, participants get to meet and hang out with other members. It’s also an opportunity for non-members to serve alongside members of the club in helping to keep our lake clean and beautiful.”
To sign up to participate in this event, contact Pete Delia at 951-566-7035 or [email protected] For more information about the Yacht Club, visit www.canyonlakeyachtclub.com.
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