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CRRC Building
Community Resource and Recreation Center of Canyon Lake (CRRC) will close its food pantry for a day next week for the move into this new building. After the move, clients will be able to select their own groceries.
Canyon Lake Presbyterian fundraiser
The gorgeous sunset and view from Canyon Lake Presbyterian's stone patio were as big an attraction as the chili and live music at Wednesday night's Turkeys to Tables fundraiser for Community Resource and Recreation Center of Canyon Lake's food pantry.
Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church Secretary Laura Schafer
Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church Secretary Laura Schafer says the rain should all be gone in time for Wednesday evening's Turkeys to Tables fundraiser for the CRRC.
empty food pantry shelf
"This is our canned corn shelf! Our macaroni-and-cheese shelf will soon look the same."
Jacob Jurica
Canyon Lake's Jacob Jurica, 12, has had 19 surgeries for spina bifida since he was born but mom Jenny Jurica says he never complains and never stops smiling. Musician J.T. Tuttle hopes a fundraiser he's planning at Riley's on the Backbone Resurrected on Sunday, July 21, will put a big smile on the Jurica family's faces and provide some relief from medical expenses.
FOCM Benefit
Enjoy all-day family fun at Fraternal Order of Canyon Men's benefit for a family that lost everything to a fire on March 20.
Canyon Lake Lions Club Spring Shrimpfest
Fresh gulf shrimp is so popular with Canyon Lake residents that Noon Lions have rebranded their annual spring fish fry as Shrimpfest.
According to this Canine Classmate, some angels choose fur over wings to promote literacy for students in Canyon Lake elementary schools.
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