Red Shirt (ECV) Invasion!!
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21 & over
The Jumping Turtle 1660 Capalina Road San Marcos, CA 92069
What the heck is ECV®
& what is a Clamper anyway?
“E Clampus Vitus®” and “ECV®” are registered trademarks of E Clampus Vitus®, Inc. and are used by expressed permission. All Rights are reserved.
E Clampus Vitus® is a non-profit, men's fraternal organization, currently involved in humanitarian and public help programs while maintaining a steadfast program of historical preservation. The history of E Clampus Vitus® involves an old organization of the same name, started in the Ol' West's gold rush era and revitalized about 1931 at the Clift Hotel in San Francisco and now encompassing Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Washington DC, and in the near future, Washington and Oregon States.
The prime requisites to becoming a Clamper are a sense of humor, an interest in Western history, an open mind, and a cast iron stomach. If a man has those qualities, and strikes up a friendship with a Clamper or two, he may find himself taken in to (and by) the Ancient and Honorable Order. But one can't simply walk up and say, "Can I be a Clamper?" It is for the Brethren of ECV® to invite prospective members to join. And if a man is asked, he should know that the invitation is only given once. If it is refused, it is never tendered again. But a man of any intelligence and character so invited would hardly be likely to turn down such a signal honor. And remember, as the Brethren of E Clampus Vitus® maintain, Clampers are not made, they're born. Like gold, they just have to be discovered.
There are so many places on the web and on printed material where you can find out about the history and description of E Clampus Vitus®. So... as not to reinvent the wheel (and take up valuable web site hard drive space), I'll point you in the right direction...
Here is a list of just a few great ECV® sites you can visit:
The History page
The history of E Clampus Vitus® involves an old organization of the same name, started in the Ol' West's gold rush era and revitalized about 1931 at the "Clift House" in San Francisco and now encompassing Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah and Washington DC.
The ECV® Gazette
This publication has all sorts of stuff including dates for upcoming events and doins - Edited and maintained by XNGH Jim "IRJR" Reynolds & XSNGH Frank "Credit Card" Houdek
Clampers of Wisconsin. We are members of Snowshoe Thompson. Chapter 1827. As all other Clamper we are dedicated to the care and protection of widows and orphans, but especially widows.
Lost Dutchman Chapter 5917 Home Page
Site is dedicated to information about ECV® doin's and history for all chapters. Site is owned by Lost Dutchman chapter but open to all chapters for information.
ECV® Chapter #49
Chapter #49er James W. Marshall's Webpage. Credo Quia Absurdum.
ECV® Chapter #10
Nevada City's William Bull Meek William Morris Chapter #10 website
E Clampus Vitus® Chapter 7-11 web site.
Frank C. Reilly 5978
this is the homepage of Frank C. Reilly Chapter 5978 LaPorte
ECV®4BHC - E Clampus Vitus® for Bullhead City AZ - No Known Cure for the Bad Boys of Bullhead
Clamper Motorcycle Club
We are a red shirt only motorcycle club known as the Longrider Cowboys. If you are a Clamper in good standing with your chapter and a skoot to ride, come and ride with us.
West Virginia ECV® Lodge #1 ...... Ephraim's Clamping Vipers
All you wanted to know about the West Virginia clampers but were afraid to ask.
ECV® Post Office Chapter Addresses page
Thiss page contains chapter addresses only, for more complete info, try the map pages