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2016 Fundraiser Raffle
Nellis Lodge #46 is very proud to offer the Henry Freemason Tribute Edition as the prize for our annual rifle raffle. This nickel-plated, .22 S/L/LR beauty comes with a walnut stock and features a receiver engraving of 24k gold. No more than 500 entries will be made available for this limited-edition piece. Get your tickets while they last–$10 for one entry or 11 entries for $100.
If for some reason this tribute to our ancient and honorable fraternal order does not suit your needs, an alternative prize of a Colt 6920 .223/5.56 rifle maybe be substituted.
Tickets are available from any Nellis Lodge officer, or by emailing our Senior Warden, Travis Lindsey at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The drawing will be held April 5, 2016 at the Masonic Memorial Temple at 2200 W. Mesquite Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89106.*
*Prize selection will be made by winner after the drawing. Prize must be shipped to a local federal firearms license holder within Clark County Nevada. Prize will be ordered after drawing and selection by the winner. Delivery may take up to 60 Days.
There are plenty of opportunities left to help parents document their children’s identity by signing up to be a volunteer at the next Child ID program event. Below are available volunteer dates, with a sign-up sheet next to each event. Please dedicate a day to our community and show your Masonic pride by becoming a volunteer.
April 16 & 17, 2016 – By Nellis #46 (Pending) – 8:00am to 4:30pm (Pending) at Las Vegas Highland Games–Floyd Lamb State Park, 9200 Tule Springs Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89131
Nellis Lodge #46 F&AM originally started at Nellis Air Force Base as the Square and Compass Club in April 1954. Brother General James E. Roberts then Commander at the Base was able to make a building available for the meetings. The purpose of the club was to provide a Masonic meeting space for the military personnel to use while away from their respective lodges. For the next few years it was talked about forming a Lodge but since most of the members were only temporarily stationed there it never held ground. In 1962 however it was decided to create a chartered Lodge and also keep the Square and Compass club. Our current member Brother Al Schouten was the Worshipful Master that presided over the first stated meeting on December 13th 1962. Nellis Lodge moved to its new home on Rancho and has been committed to serving our valley’s youth through our Bikes for Books program and assisting with the Child I.D. program.
The Nellis Square & Compass Club on Nellis Air Force Base
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