1 Southern Nevada Chapter, Inc. #2735 J A N U A R Y INSIDE THIS ISSUE: Editor s Note Welcome New Members P2 P Last Overnighter P4 Meeting Minutes Photo Gallery From the Road Captains H.O.G. Call 2006 Children's Christmas Ride Lucky H.O.G.s P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P Christmas Party P12 Announcements, Reminders & Updates Business Page Calendar P15 P17 P19 From the Director s Saddle. HAPPY NEW YEAR and Welcome to 2007 I am proud to become the next Director for Southern Nevada Harley Owners Group. One of the GREATEST HOG Chapters in the world. I would like to Thank ALL of our Officers for dedicating their time in 2006 and our new Officers for PLEASE THANK THEM when you see 2007 SNHOG Officers DIRECTOR KEVIN PACHTINGER them they do a lot of hard work helping make OUR Chapter what it is!!! Tom Plehn is staying on as our Dealer representative and Jeff Lewis continues to have an OPEN DOOR policy at the Dealership. Stepping up to Assistant Director is Karen Heriford and Rex Derby; Leslie Lambeth is moving from Membership Officer to Secretary and for now we will be combining those two positions. Staying for another year is Clar Larson as Treasurer, Larry Lewis as Webmaster and quite a few of our Ambassadors. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT LENE MOGAVERO Jim Brown (JB) is taking over as Lead Road Captain; Mark Hastie did an outstanding job!!! Todd Sterling and Jeff Lambeth are staying on as Assistant Lead Road Captains, as well as most of our Road Captains. Lene Mogavero is moving from Activities to Administrative Assistant. Lana McDonagh will be taking over those duties and Michele Klimke will be assisting. So as you may notice it really takes a lot to make a HOG Chapter function and it would not happen if not for all of these Officers volunteering (Continued on page 2) PHOTOGRAPHERS DONNA YADA-SCRENCI ASSISTANT DIRECTORS KAREN HERIFORD REX DERBY SECRETARY & MEMBERSHIP LESLIE LAMBETH TREASURER CLAR LARSON LEAD ROAD CAPTAIN JIM BROWN NEWSLETTER EDITOR IT COULD BE YOU CALL-US ACTIVITIES OFFICER LANA MCDONAGH HISTORIAN MARILYN HASTIE KENN WYNN MARK MOGAVERO WEBMASTER LARRY LEWIS SPONSORING DEALER REP TOM PLEHN
2 PAGE 2 Editor s Note We are still looking for an Editor this picture could be YOU Putting this newsletter together I have a lot of respect for our past Editors!! GREAT JOB :) HAPPY BIRTHDAY Susann One thing you will notice as you read this months newsletter, a lot of us seem to repeat or duplicate ourselves THIS IS THE GREATEST HOG CHAPTER!! 2007 SN HOG Primary Officers & Board of Directors Director s Saddle...cont. (Continued from page 1) their time. I joined this Chapter in the beginning of 2001, became an Officer in mid 2001 and I would like to THANK all of those past and present who have helped make this Chapter what it is today and educate me along the way. Two Chapter mottos have stuck with me along the years, Ride Safe and Have Fun, For The Good of The Chapter and this year we are going to add one more BE PREPARED. During our 2007 Chapter Planning meeting some very wise people recog- nized we tend to get relaxed and at times we are not properly prepared for our rides. We are very fortunate to be able to ride year around and have rides out of our local area. With that we need to BE PRE- PARED for other riding conditions when we ride out of town. Have you checked the weather? Do you have the proper riding gear for weather changes? Are you hydrated and prepared for the ride that day? Have you checked your ride and is it ready? There are going to be some fun and exciting things happening in 2007, one of which is to put out a list of our first half of the years overnighters by our next newsletter so you can plan for them. Please join us; invite an old member back or invite a friend. Our Chapter is what ALL of us make it. We want you, your participation and your ideas IT IS YOUR CHAPTER!! Ride Safe, Have Fun and Be Prepared to Ride Kevin
3 Welcome New Members PAGE 3 SN HOG APPRECIATION NIGHT Jeff Lewis New VP Nick Rivellini LAS VEGAS HARLEY-DAVIDSON Thank You SN HOG Johnny & Dale shopping YES together Dedicated Staff Friendly Reminder... Be sure to visit our online PHOTO GALLERY at Photographs are such a great way to remember events in our lives. Our SNHOG Online Photo Gallery is also a great way to share the fun we have as a chapter with friends, family and anyone who is skeptical about joining our chapter. All you have to do is browse the gallery for a few minutes and anyone will quickly realize we ride and have fun all year round! Although Kenn Wynn, Mark Mogavero and myself are the "photographers" for the chapter, we are obviously not the only ones who take pictures at our events. If you have photos you'd like to submit, please send them to Be sure to include the date and Event the photos were taken and any other description you'd like included. I'll also be happy to post your name crediting you with the photo's you've taken. Thanks so much, Donna
4 Lake Havasu Overnighter PAGE 4 ON SATURDAY December 2nd WE HAD OUR LAST OVERNIGHTER OF THE YEAR TO LAKE HAVASU FOR THE PARADE OF LIGHTS. I VE BEEN GIVEN THE PLEASURE OF TELLING ALL OF YOU WHO DID NOT JOIN IN, ABOUT THE GREAT TIME WE HAD ON THE OVERNIGHTER TO LAKE HAVASU. THE DAY STARTED OUT BRISK WHEN WE ALL MET AT THE BOULDER CITY, ALBERTSON S. WE SIGNED IN, MINGLED A BIT, LISTENED TO THE ROAD CAPTAIN S BRIEFING AND OFF WE RODE TO OUR FIRST STOP IN NEEDLES, CALIFORNIA. THE GROUP CONSISTED OF 35 BIKES,AND 3-FOUR WHEELED VEHICLES. WE ALL FUELED UP AND HEADED INTO LAKE HAVASU. THE SHORT TRIP WAS EXCHANGED FOR A GRAND TOUR OF THE BACKROADS OF ARIZONA, APPROX. 69 MILES. WE ARRIVED AT OUR DESTINATION AROUND 1:00 PM, THE BEST VALUE INN. AFTER EVERYONE CHECKED IN AND GOT SITUATED, WE SPLIT UP AND WENT OUT FOR A BITE TO EAT. SOME OF THE GROUP WENT TO MUDSHARKS, WHERE WE FOUND OUT THEY WEREN T ABLE TO HANDLE A LARGE GROUP VERY WELL. OTHERS IN THE GROUP CHOOSE TO EAT AT BARLEY BROTHERS. THIS WAS A GOOD CHOICE. THE REST OF THE GROUP WILL KNOW BETTER NEXT TIME. AROUND 6:00 PM THAT EVENING, MARK & LENE HAD THEIR B-B-Q S FIRED UP AND WITH THE HELP OF THEIR COUSINS, PAT & STEVE WILKERSON, JANICE RIVALI AND JIM, COOKED HOT DOGS, HAMBURGERS AND BAKED BEANS THAT THEY PROVIDED FOR THE GROUP. PAT AND STEVE BROUGHT RICE KRISPIE TREATS AND A VEGGIE TRAY FOR EVERYONE TO ENJOY. MUSIC WAS ALSO PROVIDED BY PAT & STEVE. WE HAD MARSHMALLOWS TO ROAST, FOOD AND DRINKS WERE PLENTIFUL. IT WAS A BIT COLD. THE B-B-Q WAS PLANNED FOR AND THE VIEWING OF THE PARADE OF LIGHTS WAS SHORTENED DUE TO THE WIND. THE PARADE SHOULD HAVE PASSED RIGHT BY OUR MOTEL, BUT WAS ONLY PERMITTED IN THE HARBOR THIS YEAR. SOME OF THE GROUP DROVE OR WALKED CLOSER TO THE LONDON BRIDGE TO SEE THE PA- RADE, BUT MOST OF US STAYED AT THE MOTEL FOR FOOD AND DRINKS. AFTER THE B-B-Q, WE ALL WALKED ACROSS THE STREET TO SHOOTERS, A NEIGHBORHOOD KARIOKE BAR. WE HAD A GREAT TIME DANCING, SINGING AND PARTYING WITH EACH OTHER. OH, I ALMOST FORGOT, WE ALL SANG HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO SUSAN LUTZ. WE HAD A COUPLE OF PATSY CLINE IMPERSONATORS IN OUR GROUP WHO BOTH SOUNDED GREAT. HATS OFF TO LORRAIN & LENE. AS NEWER MEMBERS OF THE GROUP, RON AND I WERE WELCOMED TO JOIN IN AND SHARE WITH EVERY- ONE THERE. OUR WEEKEND WAS HEIGHTENED WITH THE FRIENDSHIPS WE MADE AND THE MEMORIES OF THIS TRIP. NOT BEING ON A MOTORCYCLE, I KNOW, I DIDN T EXPERIENCE THE COLD TEMPERATURES, BUT WE KEPT UP WITH THE GROUP AT THE BACK OF THE PACK. ON THE WAY HOME, WE ENDED THE RIDE AT TERRIBLE S IN SEARCHLITE WHERE WE ALL SWIPED OUR CARDS AND SAID OUR GOOD-BYES. A GREAT TRIP CAN T WAIT FOR THE NEXT ONE. By LINDA LEMOINE
5 Treasurer s Report December 15, 2006 Beginning Balance: $ Debits <$ > Credits $ Ending Balance $ December Meeting Minutes. Before I get down to business I want to take a minute and introduce myself, My name is Leslie Lambeth and I am your new chapter Secretary/ Membership Officer. We have combined these 2 positions for I have been a member of the Southern Nevada Las Vegas HOG Chapter since March I started as and Ambassador then last year I was Membership Officer and now I am Secretary. OK, now down to business... The December Membership Meeting was held on December 12, 2006 at the Main Dealership in Las Vegas on Eastern. It was held in conjunction with the annual HOG Appreciation Day held each year by the dealership to thank the membership for their dedication to the chapter and the dealership. They offered snacks and discounts for all HOG members. Director Jim opened the meeting with a Holiday greeting and had us all greet each other. He then went over the next couple of months calendars of events. Jim then introduced Jeff Lewis who thanked us all for participating this past year in the Biker Rewards Program and HOG events. Jeff then introduced Nick Rivellini, the new Vice President of Administration & Development who spoke briefly and thanked us also. Dealer Rep. Tom Plehn then spoke briefly about the past year and thanked all the officers. Treasurer Clar, gave the Treasurer's report. PAGE 5 Activities Officers Mark & Lene Mogavero gave a quick update on upcoming rides and events. Administrative Assistant Karen talked about the Christmas Party at the Golden Nugget on Dec 16, Drinks at 6, dinner at 7:00 pm. Director Jim Larson, Assistant Director Kevin Pachtinger and Administrative Assistant Karen Heriford then gave out appreciation plaques to all the officers from Lead Road Captain Mark Hastie introduced 2007 Lead Road Captain Jim Brown and new Road Captain Jim Larson Jim then introduced the new Director for Kevin Pachtinger who then introduced his Primary Officers and Board of Directors: Assistant Directors Secretary/Membership Officer Treasurer Dealer Representative Administrative Assistant Lead Road Captain Activities Officer Karen Heriford & Rex Derby Leslie Lambeth Clar Larson Tom Plehn Lene Mogavero Jim Brown Lana McDonagh New members were introduced and welcomed and we were adjourned to eat cake and shop. Check out our Chapter website at Leslie
6 PAGE 6 Photo Gallery YES...it s pretty darn COLD! But we re tough, and riding anyway :) BE PREPARED TO RIDE
7 From the Road Captains... PAGE 7 Hello and welcome to the greatest HOG chapter, SNHOGLV. We hope you had a great Holiday season. By now you may have heard that I have been chosen to lead your Road Captains for This for me should be somewhat easy as all the road captains are seasoned, very well trained and back for another year. My biggest challenge will be to keep the same high intensity while at the same time moving the group forward and having fun in the process. Following in the footsteps of Tony, Tim and Mark will be a tough job. The good thing for the Chapter, and I, is they are still here to help and mentor. To start with, I d like to thank all the road captains over these last years, as they are the people who have worked and trained very hard to insure that they get the Chapter down the road safely. The motto that we have lived and ridden by for the past years has been ride safe, ride your own ride and have fun. Well, we want to add one more thing to that this year, be prepared. I know in the past Mark has done a very good job trying to get members to prepare themselves for rides. Well, as road captains we want to up that thinking to another level in Basically, we need to be aware at all times, that we live in an area that we need to ride out of and the conditions will ALWAYS be different than when we leave. In December I sat in on the planning meeting for 2007 and let me tell you the chapter has some great rides planned for 07, starting with an overnighter going to Yuma. With that will be our first preaching about Being Prepared. The Yuma ride will be a ride where you will need cold gear, maybe rain gear and even a t-shirt and ALWAYS have a bottle of water in there somewhere. We also need to remember that with changes in weather and/or time of day road conditions can change quickly. The rest of the year will be full of day rides, meet and greets, meet and eats and of course lots of new overniters. All the road captains and myself want to thank you all for the great participation last year and look forward to seeing you on rides in Please ride safe and have fun. Jim Brown Lead Road Captain
8 PAGE 8 -H.O.G. Call- -H.O.G. Call- -H.O.G. Call- Or January and February Activities in a H.O.G Second or Two. January, 2007 HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Monday, January 1 st. Hair of the HOG This is our Annual Ride we do; to see who s survived the Night before. Let s start the year of 2007 out right and enjoy the day. 9:00 am ABC Tuesday, January 2 nd Primary Officers Meeting Thursday, January 4 th Road Captains Meeting Saturday, January 6 th Cracker Barrel Let s ride up North to St. George for breakfast 7:00 am ISK Tuesday, January 9 th General Membership Meeting First meeting of the year, you don t want to Miss out on this one. Meet your new Officers 7:00 pm Thursday January 11 th ALL OFFICERS MEETING We encourage all Officers to attend Saturday, January 13 th Frosty Balls V Poker Run Let s enjoy our first Annual Poker Run of the year Snowball eating and tossing contest $30 per hand (includes a meal and pin while supplies last) $15 each additional hands Pre-registration available Day of event registration 9-10:30 am Volunteers Needed 9:00 am Wednesday, January 17th Meet-N-Eat Buffalo Wild Wings First one of the year, let s head out to enjoy the best wings in town 4280 S. Hualapai/ Flamingo Sunday, January 21 st Meet-N-Greet What better way to get acquainted with our new members, than a ride to the town of Blue Diamond. Also we ll be having a Chili cook-off immediately after. Calling all cooks to bring in your favorite chili 10:00 am Saturday, January 27 th Yuma Overnighter Let s head South for our first overnighter of the year. Motel 6 (OLD TOWN) 1640 S. Arizona Ave. (928) Group Rate is $53.99 plus tax Please identify yourself as being with SNHOG 7:00 am ABC Thursday, February 1 st Meet-N-Eat Red Robin 7860 W.Tropical Pkwy February 2007 Saturday, February 3 rd. Oatman Ride and Chapter poker run combo. Let s enjoy a day of riding with friends and help the Chapter as well. 8:00 am ABC Tuesday, February 6 th. Primary Officers Meeting Thursday, February 8 th. Road Captains Meeting. (Continued on page 9)
9 -H.O.G. Call- -H.O.G. Call- cont. PAGE 9 (Continued from page 8) Saturday, February 10 th Road Captains Training Tuesday, February 13 th. General Membership Meeting Come see what s new in your Chapter Enjoy birthday cake 7:00 pm Sunday, February, 24th. Pahrump Loop Always a nice ride and lunch stop 8:00 am ANW Wednesday, February 14 th HAPPY VALENTINE S DAY Saturday, February 18 th San Diego Overnighter Details Pending 7:00 am SILHC Wednesday, February 21 st. Meet-N-Eat Lucille s BBQ 2245 Village Walk Dr. (at the District in Green Valley) 6:30pm Children s Christmas Ride It s December 9 th, the day of our Children s Christmas Ride; we look forward to this all year. Who knew what a Great day it was going to be when we started out Saturday morning? As we all gathered at the Dealership around 8:00 am watching members bringing in their last minute gifts to help fill the trailer up; in rides Santa and his wife Mrs. Claus. What a site to behold, Santa came riding in. We knew he had a sleigh, but who knew his other ride was a HOG? As we took pictures of the two and the trailer was loaded we all lined up for our ride to Robert Taylor Elementary School. As we approached the school the children heard the motorcycles and ran outside to see us riding up, it was exciting to see the look on their little faces, but Santa and wife stole the show. The teachers and monitors at the school had cookies and drinks for us, which were plentiful. All the members (elves) each took presents by the handful into the classroom for Santa. Barbie and helpers called each child up to accept their presents from Santa. The children were asked to keep their presents wrapped till Christmas, but we pouted, so they left that decision up to the children. We stayed long enough to see all the children receive their gifts and had a chance to mingle with them. We may have ended the ride there, but this was a day to remember. I know those children will always remember the day Santa and Mrs. Claus came to their school riding a Harley just to see them. Barbie Walker did a great job in finding FOR KIDS NOW, an organization where children were in dire need. If it where not for the generosity of the Southern Nevada Harley Owners Group these children might not of had any kind of a Christmas. Big thanks to Barbie Walker, Sharon Silva and Cinda Giesing; and of coarse Santa (Richard McCarty) and Mrs. Claus (Kathy McCarty). By: Lene Mogavero
10 PAGE 10 Lucky H.O.G.s Each month we will give out Casino-style chips that are redeemable at the Las Vegas Harley-Davidson Dealership. December General Membership Meeting Drawing Winners - Jerry LaPour, Lew Garrett, Jim Collupy, Lana McDonagh, Clar Larson, Leslie Lambeth, Homer Arneth and Don Sparkman. December General Membership Meeting 50/50 Drawing. The total was $ and Joe DeJulius won his 50/50 share of $ Congratulations to all our winners!! Really Important Business Directory Update You ll find the latest copy for 2007 of our Business Directory in your Silver Eagle News envelope. We d sure like to see more of you who have business or services advertise in the Silver Eagle News. It happens to be the least expensive way known to man to get your business information out to more than 1,000 folks each month!! (And when I say more, I really mean MORE!! If you look at the Business Directory, you ll notice that it takes 10 to 12 ads to fill a page...so we would really like to see at least 10 to 12...or 20 to 24 more business cards to completely fill those pages!!) Editor s Information KEVIN & FRIENDS EDITOR PHONE: FOR NOW Please provide newsletter contributions by to the Editor, or in care of the Editor at the Chapter s Post Office address (return address on this newsletter). All submissions are due no later than the Friday following the General Membership Meeting each month. Late submissions will be considered for the following month s publication, depending upon space and currency of the information. Please do not submit irreplaceable information or photographs. All materials become property of the SN H.O.G., and we do reserve the right to edit for length & content. Thanks, Kevin If you would like to advertise, the rates are as follows: $30 for 3 months (3 months is the minimum); $50 for 6 months; and $90 for 12 months. Call Clar ( ) to secure a spot, and send two business cards and a check to the Chapter PO Box listed on the back of this newsletter to Clar Larson s attention.
11 PAGE 11 Photo Gallery cont The Southern Nevada HOG sleigh One of Santa s Happy Elf s
12 Southern Nevada Harley Owners Group 2006 Christmas Party My First Harley Christmas! First I d like to say, what a ride! I have really enjoyed meeting all of the wonderful people in the Southern Nevada HOG Chapter! You ve all been so welcoming to me, and I ve had such a great time at all of the events. From my first Meet and Greet back in October to the Christmas Party at the Golden Nugget what an awesome experience it has been so far. I ve learned that riding a Harley is not just about the ride; it s about the people, the places and the camaraderie that goes along with it. It s a new way of life for me and I can t get enough! I attended my first HOG Christmas party and got to see a completely different side of the group that was extremely entertaining. I didn t realize so many of you could Polka dance! Everyone looked beautiful and festive, although it was difficult to recognize some as I ve never seen you without your Harley gear. And for once, I was able to attend an event without helmet hair. From the disco balls and the awesome food to the great raffle prizes, it was definitely a night to remember. And believe it or not, I finally won a raffle prize! I m so lucky! Although I think my odds were pretty good. To end out the year, I really wanted to attend the Christmas Lights Ride, but unfortunately, I was working until late that night and was unable to go. I tried to put it out of my mind as I knew I was missing out! So there I am, sitting in my home office working away, and what do I hear at about 7:00 p.m. that night? That s right the rumbling of Harleys coming my way. I m not sure any of you knew where I lived, but you rode right in front of my house not once, but twice! What an awesome sound! I ran to the window with an excited, but sinking feeling in my stomach as I watched you ride by. There must have been at least 18 to 20 bikes on the ride. I felt like a little kid on restriction watching all the other kids outside playing! I can assure you, I won t let that happen again! I guess I need to get my priorities straight! Thanks again to everyone for such a warm welcome into the group. I m looking forward to the upcoming events in the year to come and wish you all a wonderful and safe Michelle Nieto
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14 PAGE 14 Photo Gallery cont Who was the injured Road Captain??? OUR very own Southern Nevada HOGETTS HAPPY 50th BIRTHDAY Sparky (Don)
15 PAGE 15 H.O.G. Wishes, Prayers & Congrats- Prayers to Webmaster Larry Lewis and his family. Larry s dad was very ill and recently passed away. Congrats to all of the incoming officers. We look forward to a new and wonderful year. Don t forget. To Karen Heriford if you have an item for Wishes Prayers. and Congrats. Her is or or call and leave her a message at As a Reminder... When you get around to sewing on your Chapter patches (see the back page of the Silver Eagle News for sizes and prices from the SN H.O.G. Store )...remember that all three patches (your central H.O.G. patch and SN Chapter and Las Vegas rockers SHOULD BE TOUCHING)...There s a reason...it s to distinguish our patch from the threepatch (or 1% MCs)...and to abide by H.O.G. regulations for displaying your patch...wear it proudly...and correctly!! Please Remember!! Our SN H.O.G.-Sponsored events are Alcohol Free!! January HAPPY BIRTHDAYS SNHOG Run Codes: CE Closed Event: Open To Chapter Members and One Guest ME - Member Event: Open to current H.O.G. Members. OE - Open Event: Open to Current SN H.O.G. Members, National Members and guests as desired. SE - SN H.O.G Event: Open only to current SN H.O.G. Chapter Members. Ed Tozier Clar Larson Robert Baldwin Sharon Gordon Rick Diebold Art Kopp Dennis Scott Mick Braecklein Jan 4th Jan 16th Jan 19th Jan 19th Jan 19th Jan 20th Jan 21st Jan 27th SNHOG Departure Location Codes: #1 Las Vegas Harley-Davidson (Eastern & Sahara) #2 Las Vegas H-D (7100 W Sahara-near Rainbow) HHD Henderson H-D (Warm Springs & Gibson) SIL HC - Silverton Hotel & Casino (Blue Diamond & I-15) ABC Albertson s Shopping Ctr. (Boulder City) ISK - Iron Skillet Restaurant (I-15 at Speedway Exit) ANW Albertson s North West (Durango and 95) S & WEBSITE!! We send out correspondences via regarding future events. So, please keep us updated with your most current address by sending it to Visit your Chapter s website at
16 The Silver Eagle News P.O. Box Las Vegas, Nevada All rights reserved by Las Vegas Harley-Davidson/Buell Sponsoring Dealer Las Vegas Harley-Davidson/Buell Don Andress, Owner Tim Cashman, Owner Main Store West Store Or on the Web at Change of Address? If you are planning to move soon or have recently moved, or if any other information is changed for you, please this information to: Or mail it to: Leslie Lambeth c/o the Chapter Mailbox: Southern Nevada H.O.G. P.O. Box Las Vegas, NV Member Name: National Number: New Address: City: State: Zip: New Home Phone: New Work Phone: Name Change: Pick up your H.O.G. stuff at the next General Membership Meeting...Here s what you ll find at the H.O.G. Store (see Clar Larson, SN H.O.G. Chapter Treasurer) Small Chapter Rocker $15 Small H.O.G. Patch $15 Small Las Vegas Rocker $15 Large Chapter Rocker $25 Large H.O.G. Patch $25 Large Las Vegas Rocker $25 Chapter T-Shirt Short Sleeve $24 (Available in black or white) Chapter T-Shirt Long Sleeve $28 (Available in black or white) Chapter Button Henley Short Sleeve $29 Chapter Button Henley Long Sleeve (Available in beige only) $33 Chapter Lapel Pin $15 H.O.G. Emblem Zipper Pull $6 H.O.G. Wheel Zipper Pull $6 Chapter Flag $30 Name Patch $10 Name Tag $10 Disclaimer: Harley-Davidson Motor Company, National H.O.G., Southern Nevada Harley-Davidson/Buell, as Sponsoring Dealer, Chapter Officers, and the Editor of this publication make no claims as to the accuracy and/or the opinions of the material contained herein. This newsletter is registered and belongs solely to Las Vegas Harley-Davidson/Buell as Sponsoring Dealer, and H.O.G. All information and/or artwork contained in this newsletter is not to be reproduced or published in any form, or distributed for any reason without the approval of the Chapter Director and/or the sponsoring Dealer.
17 Silver Eagle News Insert... December 2006 Phone: Fax: Arnny R Abad Civil Engineer / Certified Inspector Support Your Fellow H.O.G.s! Keep these Pages for Reference!! post Them in a convenient place (like on the fridge)!!
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19 Southern Nevada H.O.G. January 2007 All run times are FULLY FUELED and READY to ROLL. Plan to be there early to SIGN IN and for the ROAD CAPTAIN S BRIEFING! For more information about any SN H.O.G. event, contact any PRIMARY Officer, Activities Officers Lana McDonagh, or view our Website at Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat HAIR of the HOG Primary Officers Meeting Road Captains Meeting Cracker Barrel St. George 9:00 am ABC 7:00 am ISK General Membership Meeting 7:00 pm All Officers Meeting Frosty Balls V Poker Run Volunteers Needed 9:00 am MEET-N-EAT Meet-N-Greet Blue Diamond Buffalo Wild Wings Hualapai/ Flamingo Yuma Overnighter Chili Cook-off 10:00 am 28 Returning From YUMA DEPARTURE LOCATIONS #1= Las Vegas Harley Davidson (Eastern & Sahara) #2 = Las Vegas H.D. (5835 West Flamingo at Jones) SIL HC= Silverton Hotel & Casino. (Blue Diamond & I-15) ABC = Albertson s Shopping Ctr. (Boulder City) ISK = Iron Skillet Restaurant. (I-15 at Speedway Exit) ANW + Albertson s North West (Durango and 95) 7:00 am ABC SUBJECT TO CHANGE
20 Southern Nevada H.O.G. February 2007 All run times are FULLY FUELED and READY to ROLL. Plan to be there early to SIGN IN and for the ROAD CAPTAIN S BRIEFING! For more information about any SN H.O.G. event, contact any PRIMARY Officer, Activities Officers Lana McDonagh, or view our Website at Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat DEPARTURE LOCATIONS #1= Las Vegas Harley Davidson (Eastern & Sahara) #2 = Las Vegas H.D. (5835 West Flamingo at Jones) SIL HC= Silverton Hotel & Casino. (Blue Diamond & I-15) ABC = Albertson s Shopping Ctr. (Boulder City) ISK = Iron Skillet Restaurant. (I-15 at Speedway Exit) ANW + Albertson s North West (Durango and 95) Primary Officers Meeting 1 MEET-N-EAT Red Robin 95 / Ann Road 7 8 Road Captains Meeting 2 3 Oatman Ride CHAPTER POKER RUN 8:00 am ABC 9 10 Road Captains Training General Membership Meeting 7:00 pm 14 HAPPY VALENTINES DAY San Diego Overnighter 2 NIGHTS 7:00 am SILHC Returning From San Diego Presidents Day MEET-N-EAT Lucille s BBQ Green Valley at the District Pahrump Loop Lunch Ride 8:00 am ANW SUBJECT TO CHANGE