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The Ancient and Honorable Order of E Clampus Vitus

Tile in the kitchen

Thanks, Tim! Looks great!

Kitchen remodel, February 11, 2017

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Snow in Virginia City

It has been a combination of rain and snow in the first weeks of 2017, with the Truckee overflowing its banks and lots of snow in the hills.

JCB 1864 Donates Plaque to Amtrak Depot Building

From ThisIsReno.com January 28, 2016  By Bob Conrad E Clampus Vitus (Clampers) donated yesterday a large, heavy plaque to commemorate the historical significance of the train depot downtown. The plaque was presented to the Reno City Council to recognize a slice of Reno’s history. The inscription reads: “The railway reached Reno in June and shortly…
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List of Officers – 6021

A new year is upon us, and the Demotions handed down. Better Know a Clamper: Kevin Breckinridge – Noble Grand Humbug Reid Slayden – Vice Noble Grand Humbug Pirate Mike Halverson – Grand Noble Recorder Don Asher – Gold Dust Receiver Victor Mena – Hangman Doug Mattice – Grand Musician Matthew “Metric” Ebert – Roisterous…
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Tim’s Junque Trip Rough draft

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Candle Light Doin’s

Harken the hewgag brays over the Comstock for the Candle light initiation for those poor lost souls seeking to see the light. The Moran Building will open at 2:oo PM. for the early birds on June 11.

Granite Creek Station – Historic Reno Preservation Society, 7 pm, Nov. 19, 2014

Archeological study of the emigrant station at Granite Creek Station in the Black Rock Desert Wednesday, November 19th at 7:00 pm Laxalt Theater at 401 W. Second Street, Reno, NV The program will be a fascinating look at the  Please remember to arrive early as our programs fill up fast! Color photo is courtesy of…
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Owen Ritchie XnGH 47 JCB 1864

Owen Ritchie, War hero, Helicopter survivor and XNGH #47 JCB 1864 has gone to the Silver Hills after a long battle with the effects of Agent Orange in Nocona Texas. What say the Bretheran?

Julia’s 6019 Junk Book