The CAC executive board works tirelessly to put together the best annual gathering possible for our club members. Our reunions require a year-round planning effort and countless hours spent discussing, debating and, ultimately, agreeing on how best to move forward with our reunions.
With that being said, we hope that you enjoyed this year's reunion. In addition to the award dinners, learning series events, hospitality room and cribbage tournament, this past September's reunion attendees could also enjoy the comradery of a CAC scavenger hunt to the Mob Museum and a "meet and greet" pool party as part of our move to the Plaza Hotel and Casino and the Fremont Street Experience.
Also, for the first time ever, the City of Las Vegas proclaimed September 28, 2022 Cauliflower Alley Club Day in the City and that is an honor that we are truly appreciative of.
We want to let our members know that, although nothing has been finalized yet, the board is working on all of the details and the fun to be had at our next reunion!
Please stay tuned to the website and our CAC social media feeds on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram as when we have something to announce, you know it will be announced there!
On behalf of the Executive Board and our entire team of awesome volunteers, thank you for your continued support of the CAC's mission to help our brothers and sisters in need. The club couldn't exist without your kindness, support and participation and, again, we salute you and hope to be able to share with you news on our upcoming reunion as soon as humanly possible!
Have a safe and joyous autumn season...and Happy Halloween!
Pictured: Fun at the CAC's 2022 "Pool Party". From left to right, Club members Joe Hagen, Jeanie Clark Holroyd, Dave Castro, Sue Kurek, Rob Kurek. Photo courtesy of Jeanie Clark Holroyd.