Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Paradise Red Shirt Drive

SERIOUS SHIT!
There is an event at Woodrows this Friday for Clothing, Toiletries, and what ever you can give.
We are also asking the Brothers to donate ANY Red Shirt you want to give for our Brothers in Paradise.
Woodrows Tap House

Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Clampers For The Extermination Of The Cold Extremities

Our Clampers for the Extermination of Cold Extremities drive runs now to Dec 1st. We have been sponsored by 2 local companies: Kromer Inv., and Alliance Management, who have allowed us to set up drops at 18 locations.
Please swing by and drop something off or just bring anything to a meeting or just hand out yourselves!
Its cold already, if we can prevent our community from going cold we should ... 1422 style..
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*Special thanks to you brothers for making it happen, you truly are inglorious:
Cole Ecv Baker, Clinton Ecv Metternich, Russel Young, Patrick Allen, David Winward, Erik Dees, Tony Ecv Uren, Chad Mcskimming, Chris Adam Neeley, and Justin Smith.
AND Lance Johnson

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

1881/1422 April Foolery Gentleman's Dinner


1881 Lucinda Jane Saunders
&
1422 Jesse Lee Reno Outpost Presents
DUAL PLAQUING
GENTLEMANS DINNER

ICE HOUSE & CRAZY CORNERS PLAQUES
At Crazy Corners Dance Hall & Saloon
24 Loorz Road & Upper Valley Road
In The City of Lovelock
IN
Pershing County
ON
MARCH 31ST, 2018/6023
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
PBC/RETREAD CHECK IN TIME: 10:22 THRU 11:22
AT CRAZY CORNERS
*MUST BE CLEAN AND SOBER*
PLAQUE DEDICATION: 13:22
HOCO AT: 15:22
BBQ DINNER AT: 16:22


SERIOUS SHIT
*GRAND COUNCIL RULES APPLY*
*TRAVEL CARDS WILL BE CHECKED*
*ID WILL BE CHECKED*
*THIS IS A PUBLIC DEDICATION!*
*BE MINDFUL TO THE PUBLIC!*
*USE DECORUM, OR BE EJECTED FROM THIS EVENT!*
*NO EXCEPTIONS!*

SIDE NOTE:
BROTHERS CAN STAY AT THE HOTEL IN LOVELOCK: C Punch Inn & Casino
OR
THE CAMPGROUNDS AT RYE PATCH
**IF YOU CHOOSE TO STAY AT RYE PATCH NO FIREWORKS**

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PAYPAL PREPAY CUT-OFF IS MARCH 28TH 2018
MAIL IN CUT-OFF IS MARCH 23RD 2018

*PREPAY INCLUDES PIN-OF-THE-DAY**

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DETAILS (PREPAY BELOW)
$40.00 AT THE DOOR FOR REDSHIRTS
$60.00 PBCs AT THE DOOR
$70 AT THE DOOR FOR RETREADS/ABLED BODIES

*ABLED BODY IS A PERSON 23 YRS OLD AND OLDER AND*
*IS ABLE TO DO A NORMAL DO-INS, NO EXCEPTIONS!*
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PREPAY CLOSED!
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MAIL IN ADDRESS:
JESSE LEE RENO OUTPOST NO. 1422
PO BOX 17474
RENO, NV 89511
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Directions:
CLICK HERE-->CRAZY CORNERS
-Follow I-80 E to NV-398 N/Main St in Pershing County. Take exit 106 from I-80 E
-Drive to US-95 BUS N/Upper Valley Rd 4 min (1.8 mi)
-Turn left onto NV-398 N/Main St 0.2 mi
-Turn right onto W Broadway 0.5 mi
-Slight right onto US-95 BUS N/Upper Valley Rd

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Clamping Down On Hunger

PEGGY JONES ● Lovelock Review-Miner

From left to right: Clampers Joe Polinelli, Johnny Spilman, Zac Leonard, Lance Johnson, Pat Allen, Larry Rackley, Jay Hauge and Zac Smith (kneeling) donated over a ton of non-perishables to the Lovelock Food Bank on Saturday. "Widder" DeeDee Wells supplied the banner, a homemade scarf.

Clamping down on hunger

E Clampus Vitus strikes again

by Peggy Jones

p.jones@winnemuccapublishing.net

Don't bother looking up the Latin translation. It doesn't existicus. But when it comes to the mission of E Clampus Vitus, facta non verba (actions speak louder than words).

On Saturday, six Clampers from Outpost Jesse Lee Reno 1422 visited the Lovelock Food Bank. They left behind over a ton of nonperishables – about 2,050 pounds. That's roughly the weight of a female hippopotamus.

The Franklin Street facility welcomed the red shirted and black vested donors. The men sported patches with sayings like “Hang the bastards!” and “ECV: No Known Cure.”

Penny Higby and Geraldine Atkinson co-direct the food bank.

"We're blessed," said Atkinson. "This was 500 pounds more than last year."

The Recycling Center lent Larry Rackley their forklift. Lovelock's newest county commissioner unloaded a mountain of canned goods, cereals, pastas and instant potatoes as tall as Mount Vesuvius. The donation coincided with the launch of the holiday season.

It also coincides with northern Nevada's first cold snap. That's why the Clampers brought coats as well as canned goods.

"They will be turned over to an advocate in our community who will take care of that dispensation," said Atkinson as she sorted through the pile of winter clothes.

Food Bank Volunteer Dave Johnson helped Joe Polinelli, Johnny Spilman, Zac Leonard, Lance Johnson, Pat Allen and Zac Smith unload the largess.

Weeks of Clamper labor made the donation possible.

For fifteen Halloweens the Clampers have built haunted houses at Reno Forklift, where several of the men work. Each year, owners George and Pat Pimpl throw the doors open to the public, gratis.

"The Pimpls support ECV in all of their service efforts," said Atkinson.

Four nights of every year, trick or treaters wander sprawling spookhouses not meant for the timidus. Vampires, clowns and zombies, some bearing an uncanny resemblance to the Clampers, pounce on the patrons.

The Spirit moves many guests to donate canned goods or cash. It takes a week-and-a-half to tear down the structure.

But its animus lives on.

Last year the Clampers launched a tradition. They transformed the proceeds into a food donation for Lovelock's pantry.

ECV has left its mark on Lovelock in other ways. Last year, they donated a historic plaque to the grounds of the Pershing County Courthouse. They've also given Christmas gifts to the Angel Tree project.

The Ancient and Honorable Order of E Clampus Vitus has chapters and outposts across the west to the tune of about forty thousand members.

Fifty men from Reno, Sparks, Lovelock and Winnemucca make up the Outpost Jesse Lee Reno 1422.

"We're based in Pershing County but operate out of Reno for now," said an anonymous spokesman. "We're either drunks with a history problem or historians with a drinking problem. We don't know."

But their mission is cristallum clearum.

"We partake in the preservation of history and helping the community including widders and orphans, especially widders," concluded the spokesman.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Widders Ball 2017

Thank you Chief Truckee for inviting 1422 to your annual Widders Ball!

Here is the Email from the Photographer:
Click here to view the portraits album
Click here to view the Groups album
Click here to view the random snapshots

You can purchase photographs or digital files.
Digital Files: $5 each (high resolution that you can print and share)
discount offered for all random images on DVD/CD
Prints: $15 per sheet or two for $20
Sheets consist of (1) 8X10; or (2) 5X7; or (3) 4X6
sheets do not have to be all the same photo
Please send me an email with the photograph number and folder name (group, portrait, random) along with the requested size or indicate digital file.

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Widders Ball update!

Small change to the Widders Ball on Nov 4th with Chief Truckee and 1422:
We will be accepting the rub at the door BUT, the rub goes up $5!
AT THE DOOR PRICES:
$75 FOR COUPLES
$45 FOR MALE STAG
$35 FOR FEMALE STAG
We will have a raffle (with a lot of prizes!) and a 50/50 prize.
Raffle ticket(s) prices (both a length of tickets):
$10 from nose to fingertip
$20 from fingertip to fingertip
Raffle tickets will be sold right up to the Raffle-off.
Raffle-off will be during dinner and 50/50 will be the last prize.
Please bring a Raffle prize if you want (No discount on Rub if you do).

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Chief Truckee 3691 & Jesse Lee Reno 1422 Widders Ball

Come join us for our first dual Widders Ball with Chief Truckee!
It will be held at the Tamarack Junction in Reno, NV on November 4th, 2017.
$70 a Couple
$40 Male Stag
$30 Female Stag
THIS IS NOT JUST AN ECV ONLY EVENT!
BRING PROSPECTS (PBCs AND THEIR SOON TO BE WIDDERS)
BRING EXTRA LADY FRIENDS ALSO AT A DISCOUNTED PRICE!

CLICK HERE FOR MAP