The Navy League of the US
Las Vegas council
Greetings Navy Leaguers
All of us who have served at sea know its not unusual to occasionally change course for an almost unlimited myriad of reasons.
So the Council has to change course due to the unexpected unavailability of Bonefish Grill for our dinner meeting on May 17. We hope you will like the new course and will give us a try, even if you are not a regular attendee.
We will still meet on Wednesday, May 17, but instead of dinner, we will have a noon luncheon meeting at Siena Italian Restaurant, 9500 W. Sahara Ave.
Over the years, the Council has discussed trying a luncheon meeting in an attempt to bolster attendance. This seems like the perfect time for it.
R.S.V.P. PLEASE RSVP TO PAT WHITLOCK NO LATER THAN SUNDAY, MAY 14 by email at PO1VR57@AOL.COM
Siena Italian Restaurant
9500 W. Sahara Ave
Las Vegas NV
WELCOME to the website for The Navy League of the United States , Las Vegas Council
This site should offer you information on meeting locations, times, newsletters, as well as up-to-date feeds from the Navy News Service. We are also active in presenting the annual US Navy Birthday Ball. If you are looking to support the sea services, looking to network, or to meet and reconnect with shipmates, this is the place for you.
Meetings - The Navy League Las Vegas council holds dinner meetings on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, with the exception of July and August. Each meeting has an interesting speaker.
Who We Are - The Navy League of the United States, Las Vegas Council is a non-profit civilian service organization, that supports the Sea Services in the Las Vegas area. The Navy League of the United States was founded in 1902, and is comprised of 65,000 members in 250 councils worldwide
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