Luncheons and General Meetings

  On the second Wednesday of each month, WNC hosts a social luncheon for members and their guests, which also serves as the Club's general meeting. Each luncheon features a speaker or local entertainer, a wonderful menu, and a raffle. Luncheons are held at different restaurants, country clubs and hotel casinos throughout the area. Your cost for the luncheon will vary based on the venue, but is always an outstanding value for great food, great company and great entertainment.

 

At their request, new members or members attending for the first time, will be seated at our Hospitality table.

Attendance requires advance RSVP and payment. Full details are provided in every WNC member newsletter.

To make Luncheon Reservations thru the website using your credit card, debit card or PayPal, please click this link (password required).

Reservations for the September luncheon are now closed.

Reservations for the September luncheon will be available from 4:00pm August 10th, thru 5:00 pm September 7th.

Orleans Hotel and Casino

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Vegas, women, social, club

September 14, 2022

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The Orleans Hotel and Casino

Past and Upcoming Luncheons

September 14, 2022

The Orleans Hotel and Casino - Back for an encore, our September speaker has never given up on WNC! The first time he addressed us, our sound system failed, and he graciously agreed to come back again. The next time he spoke to us, the luncheon attendees were so intrigued with his information they didn’t want him to leave, but, alas, he had to. When invited to come a third time, without hesitation, he said, “When do you want me?” and September worked just fine! James Taylor, Chief of the Enforcement Division of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, will catch us up on what is happening in the gaming industry in Nevada and share some of his more recent adventures of being “The Chief”.

 

August 10, 2022

Mezzo Italian Bistro and Wine - How many of us have received a robocall or email that started like, “Hello, this is so and so, and I need your help! I am in (location) and have been arrested for something I didn’t do! Please send me ($$$$) for bail right away or I won’t be able to get home again!!” There are many variations to this theme, but the end result is the same – it is a SCAM. Heather Sabatello, a Financial Planner with Edward Jones, will share her knowledge of how to identify and outsmart the many kinds of scammers who prey on unwitting people, especially the elderly and others who want to help their family members or friends. Incidents of fraud are on the rise and scammers’ tactics are becoming more complex so come and learn how to protect yourself.

July 13, 2022

Las Vegas Country Club - Back by Popular Demand, The Swing It Girls! This vintage vocal trio features songs from the 1930’s – the 1960’s. Their show transports audiences back to the days of dance halls and big bands, including timeless hits like “Boogie-Woogie Bugle Boy”, “In the Mood”, “Mr. Sandman” and many others made popular by the Andrews Sisters, Frank Sinatra, Natalie Cole, the Supremes, and many other entertainers of bygone days. This trio has performed on cruise ships, throughout the Las Vegas Valley, both nationally and internationally, at sporting events as well as for WNC! Just try to stay in your chair when they start “Swinging!”

June 8, 2022

Tuscany Suites and Casino - Do you have a Lockbox? No, not a Safe Deposit Box at a bank or a fireproof box at home. Rather, a virtual Lockbox, provided through the NV Secretary of State’s Office, which can store very important information, and which can be accessed online by people you designate and by medical providers. This Lockbox stores accessible healthcare advance directives regarding the care you would want to receive if you could not speak for yourself, and even who you would want to be appointed as a legal guardian if you could not make decisions for yourself. Gail Anderson, Deputy Secretary of State for Southern Nevada, will inform us about this invaluable program and provide information regarding how to get your own Lockbox – at no cost to you.

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