Wreaths Across America



REMEMBER the Fallen. . . HONOR those who Serve. . . TEACH our children the value of Freedom.

On December 17, 2022 at 09:00 am, our SCA Quilters for Veterans (NV0068P) will be helping Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery to Remember and Honor our veterans by laying Remembrance wreaths on the graves of our country's fallen heroes.

Please help us honor and remember as many fallen heroes as possible by sponsoring remembrance wreaths, volunteering on Wreaths Day, and inviting your family and friends to attend with you.

Each Wreath Sponsorship is $15, of which $5, is returned to our SCA Quilters for Veterans (Quilts of Valor).  Thank you so much for supporting the Quilters for Veterans (NV0068P) and Wreaths Across America!

If you want to sponsor a wreath, go to the following link:


and scroll down to the tab “Sponsor a Wreath”.  This link can also be found at the bottom of the Veterans Club web page (veterans.scaclub.org)

Blue Star Mothers Presentation


The 2022 Veterans Club Board invites you to an hour of food and fellowship before our final meeting of the year. as we say Thank You for a great year and wish you a Happy Holiday Season !

Please join your fellow Veterans on Tuesday, December 13th at 6 PM for a social hour and a light meal of  sandwiches, chips & dessert

The regular meeting starts at 7 PM in the Delaware Room. The guest speaker will be from the Henderson, Boulder City NV4 Chapter of the Blue Star Mothers with an overview of their organization’s activities

Joe Kent Atomic Testing Museum


Joseph Kent has been the Director of Education for the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas since 2019. Prior to that he filled this roll from 2013 to 2016. His recent promotion to Museum Curation, Programs, and Exhibits has been both challenging and rewarding. In his new position as Museum Creator, he will be tasked to develop and implement exhibits for museum displays.

Joseph earned his MA in History, with a concentration in Public History, from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2013 and a BA in History, with a minor in Public History/Museum Studies, from Ohio Northern University in 2010.

The National Atomic Testing Museum is a national science history and educational institute that tells the story of America’s Nuclear Weapons Testing Program at the Nevada Test Site. The museum is one of a handful of private national museums that showcase some of the rarest of artifacts related to atomic testing. No where else can you see a large nuclear reactor that was used in the development of the nuclear rocket and first air to air missiles.

Joseph lives in Las Vegas with his wife Jennifer, and their cats Bram, and Arlo.

Larry Hattersley Nevada Department of Veterans Affairs


Larry Hattersley was on active-duty in the U.S. Air Force from June 1962 to September 1966.  He was a SGT -E4 in the Air Police stationed in Korea and Japan. And then served 25 years with the U.S. Marshals Service from1970-1995.

He has been an SCA resident from 2000 to present. He served two terms each with the ARC and Covenants committees.

Mr. Hattersley has served as a Veterans Advocate for the Nevada Department of Veterans Services (NDVS) for four years.  Primary duties are to help educate and inform active duty military members, Guard, and Reserve members, as well as veterans and their families, about the benefits that they may be eligible for.

To earn his certification as a Veterans advocate he completed 20 class modules that are taken on line.  After completing and passing all modules, he was certified as a Veterans Advocate (VA).  A VA must be recertified every three years.  He volunteers with the NDVS Outreach Director for Southern Nevada.

Snice 2003, he has served as a Nevada District Appeals Board Member for the United States Selective Service System.

2022 Veterans Club Board of Directors


Steve Holmstron Frank Bianca Phil Citron Laurie DeGarmo
Steve Ehrmann Carmen Rickenback Marty Greenblatt Bob Bush
Jerry Jones Pat Prevosto Patty Ko  Phil Schlager
Phil Simmons      

Veterans Club Color Guard

The SCAVC Color Guard was organized in 1999 and marches  at club events throughout the year.  

Phil Citron USMC (Color Guard Commander) Arnie Malinger USA; George Price USN; Jerry Jones USAF; Sydney Ingram USN; Steve Ehrmann USAF, Ray Atkisson USN