1. MasterCraft X30 GEN 2 Surf


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    Lake Perris system check and Surf check Full ballast Plus 500b Lead under Back Corner seat 12Mph 40'-50' water

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    • SoCal 2014 Wakesurf Soulcraft HD


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      Emily and Ed with Jeff from Soulcraft hit the glass for some amazing wakesurf!

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      • Madison Scott Jet Ski Race at Lake Perris


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        Highlight of Madison Scott at Round 5 of the IJSBA Lake Perris Open

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        • Lake Perris - 7/6/2014


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          • Perris Farmers Market: August 24, 2013


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            The Perris Farmers Market returns Aug. 24 with new vendors and a new location—the recently opened Mercado Park at 10th and D Streets. The 2013 version of the Farmers Market continues the City of Perris’ commitment to living well through healthy eating and exercise. The City is partnering with several vendors and public agencies to stress the importance of eating fruits and vegetables, healthy cooking and finding replacements for sugary and high-calorie soft drinks [...] Read more here: http://www.cityofperris.org/news/2013_stories/08-13-13_farmers-market.html

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            • Zumba Promo


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              Perris Residents Move to the Zumba Workout Beat! "The music was thumping, the people were jumping and the calories were disappearing during a zumba class July 10 at sponsored by the City of Perris at Frank Eaton Park. About 20 people took part in the zumba class, the first of a 16 high-energy classes that provide Perris residents a chance to work out with their elected representatives. Perris City Councilman Julio Rodriguez took part in the zumba class and said he is looking forward to participating in all of the remainder “Step Out to Work Out” sessions. City Councilwoman Rita Rogers, currently undergoing therapy for shoulder and neck pain, said she will participate as much as possible. Instructor Marivic De Castro led the group through the world of zumba during a class that lasted almost 90 minutes. She said zumba combines various dance styles, aerobics with international music. The class benefits people of all fitness level, from the beginner to the advanced. An intense workout can burn up 800 to 1,000 calories. “It’s fun!” DeCastro said. “It’s a fitness party.” Rodriguez came to Eaton Park with several relatives, including his sister, two nephews and Godmother. “I’m ready to have fun and lose some weight while doing it,” he said. Rodriguez said he has been doing cardiovascular exercises in recent weeks to lose weight and build endurance. He said zumba provides a nice change of pace. “I want to get some variety into my workouts,” he said. “I am totally excited to change my routine and get into zumba.” Rodriguez said getting a chance to work out with Perris residents builds better relationships between elected officials and the constituents they serve. “It builds community understanding about better living and healthier lives,” he said. “It’s great to be an example to the community. We can do this, whether you’re two or 82 years of age.” A typical zumba session involves jumping, dancing and moving to the notes and lyrics of various songs. A brief rest follows after each musical selection, which lasts about three minutes. Lucia Peralta said she came to zumba to tone up, explaining, “I’m working on being fit.” She said she appreciated the City of Perris for sponsoring classes at no charge for residents to improve their fitness and health. In addition to zumba classes, other sessions include tabata, aerobics and hula-hooping. They will take place twice a week until Aug. 31 at various Perris parks. “It’s a great idea so people can come out and get fit,” she said. Alex Cruz also appreciated the chance to Step Out to Work Out. “Dancing is great exercise, I can do it anywhere and it’s healthy at the same time,” Cruz said. “I have never heard of another city offering free classes for residents to work out, and I commend Perris for making this happen.” Contact: Joe Vargo, Perris Public Information Officer Phone: 951-956-2120 jvargo@cityofperris.org

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              • City of Perris Healthy Initiative: Live Well Perris!


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                The Live Well Perris program got off to a rousing start June 15 as close to 2,000 people descended on the City Hall Campus to take part in a community health fair featuring tips about getting into shape, better eating habits, blood-pressure, glaucoma and diabetes-screenings and lots of ways to get fit. There were obstacles courses to finish, a rock wall to climb, zumba dancing to complete, t-shirts to win by entering the Presidential Active Living Award program and weight to shed through the City’s “Biggest Loser” contest. For the teen and pre-teen crowd there were other dance classes, puppet shows, a bounce house and pony rides. Perris officials were more than pleased with the scope of activities offered at the City’s initial community health fair and the number of residents who came out to learn simple ways of eating and exercising that will greatly add to their quality of their lives. Perris Mayor Daryl Busch said during opening ceremonies that the City hopes to make the health fair an annual event. “Completely pleased,” was the way he described his reaction to the day-long gathering. “We set a high standard for this event and I believe we exceeded it.” Perris City Councilman Al Landers and Julio Rodriguez and City Councilwoman Rita Rogers were among 183 residents who weighed themselves at the start of the biggest loser competition. The contest ends on Sept. 14 with a final weigh-in. Winners will be those who shed the greatest percentage of their initial body weight and will win tickets to Disneyland, a gym membership and gift cards. Landers said that the Live Well campaign includes several events in which elected officials will be taking part—including walks, hikes, bicycle rides and workouts with Perris residents. The City Council’s decision to take part in the “Step Out to Work Out” demonstrates their commitment to keeping fit and setting an example to the rest of Perris. “This is a united community,” Landers said. “Our City Council is aggressive and progressive and committed to making available all the necessary resources to ensure that Live Well Perris is a resounding success.” The health fair coincided with the celebration of Juneteenth, the date African-Americans in Texas learned that slavery had been abolished and that the Civil War was over. Emmett Reid, one of the organizers of the Juneteenth celebration, praised the City for organizing the health fair. The time is right now for the City, the churches, the non-profit organizations and the citizens to work together to make a healthier Perris,” he said. “A healthy community is one that is engaged. We have a great chance to work together with the people.” Damue Bagwell used the health fair as an opportunity to educate people about diabetes and high blood pressure. Bagwell said that regular exercise programs have been shown to reduce high-blood pressure and slow or reverse Type 2 diabetes. Even small changes in one’s lifestyle—like taking a walk around the block or doing some squats during television commercials—can help. “It’s important to get the word out,” Bagwell said. “Information helps people learn how to improve their health.” Perris resident Jose Razon said he appreciated the City sponsoring the biggest loser competition. “You get people motivated to do something to improve their health,” Razon said. “It’s nice that the City is supporting it.” Another means of support came in the raffling of eight new bicycles and six juicing machines. Edgar Gonzalez, 17, a senior at Citrus Hill High School, took home a 29-inch Genesis bicycle. He plans to do a lot of mountain biking on it. “This is good,” Edgar said. Perris Mayor Pro-Tem Mark Yarbrough will be hiking and biking around Lake Perris in July and August. Yarbrough spent much of the health fair working in the City booth, handing out t-shirts and pedometers, encouraging people to sign up for the Oct. 5 Tour De Perris bicycle ride and explaining the Live Well initiative to anyone who asked. He also tackled the rock wall. “What a great event,” he said. “We had a great turnout and we really offered everything for everybody. This initiative is needed in Perris. We all take our health for granted until there’s a problem and this program is aimed at preventing a lot of those problems. I am glad to see so many people turn out—and so many people are taking it seriously.” Contact: Joe Vargo, Perris Public Information Officer Phone: 951-956-2120 jvargo@cityofperris.org

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                • Live Well Perris: Step Out to Work Out!


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                  Put on your walking shoes. The City of Perris’ “Step Out to Work Out” physical fitness program opens June 29 with Perris Mayor Daryl Busch leading constituents in a walk around Paragon Park. As part of the Step Out program, other City Council members will be taking part in a series of activities aimed at meeting Perris residents while working out. The Mayor’s Walk begins at 9 a.m. on June 29 at the park, 264 Spectacular Bid, near Perris Boulevard and Placentia Avenue. “I am looking forward to getting out and getting good exercise while meeting members of the community,” Busch said. “We get a chance to exercise our bodies and meet each other face to face.” The walk is part of the City’s “Live Well Perris” initiative, which emphasizes healthy and active living through more informed dietary choices and exercise. The Live Well program enjoyed a rousing success earlier this month when almost 2,000 people attended a community health fair at City Hall. “We hope to expand the initial success of our health fair and hope the rest of our Live Well Perris events as just as successful,” Busch said. Other events planned for the Step Out to Work Out program Zumba, aerobics, Tabata and Hula Hoops at various parks between July 10 and August 31. City Council members will be participating in those activities along with Perris residents. On July 27, Perris Mayor Pro-Tem Mark Yarbrough will lead a hike through the Lake Perris State Recreation Area. On Aug. 31, he will take off on a bicycle ride around Lake Perris. Yarbrough said he does push-ups, sit-ups, pull-ups and squats for about 30-minutes daily to stay in shape. “We all know how important it is to take care of ourselves,” Yarbrough said. “Exercising helps you look better, feel better and changes a lot of things for the better. This is our chance to lead by example. If you don’t put your money where your mouth is, what does that say about you?” City Council woman Rita Rogers she also is looking forward to meeting constituents in sneakers and sweatpants. “We’re a team,” she said. “We’re doing this together. We’re exercising, we’re losing weight and we’re getting fit.” Perris City Councilman Julio Rodriguez will be taking part in some of the workout sessions at various parks. He said taking part in the Live Well Perris program builds trust with City constituents. “We should not only be judged by the decisions we make on the City Council dais but on the commitments we make with the community,” he said. City Councilman Al Landers said the Step Out to Work Out program offers something for all Perris residents, from moms and dads to children to senior citizens. “This is another great example of Perris showing its commitment to encouraging its residents to take charge of their own lives and improve the quality of life for the whole City,” he said. Contact: Joe Vargo, Perris Public Information Officer Phone: 951-956-2120 jvargo@cityofperris.org

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                  • Perris' Biggest Loser Promo


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                    Become the biggest loser in Perris — of weight, that is. Tickets to Disneyland, gift cards, free admission to the Tour De Perris bicycle race and bicycles are among the prizes available for the most successful competitors in the city’s version of “The Biggest Loser” contest. The opening weigh-in of “Biggest Loser” participants takes place June 15 during the City’s Community Health Fair at Foss Field Park and City Hall, the opening event in the “Live Well Perris” initiative, a series of fun and informative activities aimed at getting residents to eat healthier and exercise more. The day’s activities include health screenings, rock climbing, dance classes and demonstrations, a talent showcase and tips from healthy food vendors. RELATED: Perris creates healthy living initiative The health fair runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the City Hall Campus at 101 North D Street. Information about the health fair will be posted on the city’s website, www.cityofperris.org; its facebook page, Perris Today and through advertisements and press releases sent to local newspapers. People who “friend” the Live Well Perris facebook page before June 14th are eligible to win additional prizes, including a year’s membership to the City gym and a $100 gift card to Big 5 sporting goods. Perris City Council members Julio Rodriguez and Rita Rogers are among the first “Biggest Loser” competitors. Rodriguez said he has struggled to lose weight his entire life. “It’s personal for me,” he said. “This program is about leading by personal example. It’s about lifestyle changes—about incorporating healthy eating and active living. It’s not so much about losing pounds as it is about changing lifestyles in a fun way that also allows you to win some prizes.” Rogers said she suffers from diabetes and wants to improve her overall health by taking off weight. Her goal: lose 40 pounds. Like Rodriguez, she said she participating in the Biggest Loser Perris program provides a great chance to display leadership by example. “I am committed to this,” she said. Winners in the Biggest Loser contest will be determined by the percentage of body weight they shed during the three-month competition, not by lost pounds. All participants will be encouraged to check-in periodically to chart their progress, which ends with a final weigh-in at the Glass gym on Sept. 14. The city will award a pair of Disneyland tickets to both the top man and woman competitor, along with a gift card, a jersey and free-enrollment to the Oct. 6 Tour De Perris bicycle ride and a one-year membership to the Fitness 19. Bicycles and helmets will be given to each first-place winner in three categories for juveniles: Those from 8 to 10 years of age; from 11 to 13 and from 14 to 15. The winners will be recognized at an upcoming televised meeting of the Perris City Council. Perris Assistant City Manager Ron Carr says the Live Well program also will include walks with Mayor Daryl Busch, bicycling with Mayor Pro-Tem Mark Yarbrough, workout with members of the City Council, a 3-on-3-basketball tournament, a walk down historic D Street and an ongoing campaign to encourage local markets to carry healthy food choices. Carr says he expects the Biggest Loser program to make a big impact at the start of the Live Well Perris campaign. “This is a contest designed to be fun” he says, “but at the same time help people achieve their weight-loss goals. And although there are prizes, everyone who reaches a healthier weight is a winner.” - By Joe Vargo, spokesman for the city of Perris

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                    • Ramblin' Lake Perris


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                      Visit to the hot and dry Lake Perris in California

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