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Events & Fundraisers

1st & 3rd Tue. - Chapter Meetings

 (no meeting Dec. 17th, 2019)

Oct. 26 -  Pancake & Sausage Feast

Fundraiser - Rex Baxter Bldg.

Nov. 15 - Casino Fundraiser for Western Builders

Nov 19 - Ron Slover speaking on Economics of America

Dec 7 - Casino Fundraiser for Maxor

Dec. 10 - Christmas Party, CopperFire

(Amarillo High New Sound Singers)

Dec 14 - Casino Fundraiser for Santa Fe Credit Union

Jan 7 - Blair Cherry Award

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Casino Fundraiser:
AMBUCS members will provide an evening of fun, entertainment and excitement; for your company events, high school proms, etc. We provide dealers, equipment and money!! Please call Lloyd Seitz the Casino Chairman for more information at 806-352-9233 or 806-731-9931 click here to download our contract.

Parking cars for your event:
Please call Larry Birchfield the Parking Chairman for more information at 806-681-5221.

Pancake and Sausage Feast:
The last of October all you can eat, $5 in advance and $7 at the door.  Entertainment will be at the event. Please call Craig Brucker Sr. the Pancake Chairman for more information or tickets at 806-570-6941.

The Big Hat Club:
The Big Hat Club is a club within AMBUCS. Members who sponsor three new members within a year earn special recognition as "Big Hatters". It is a distinctive honor to become a member of the AMBUCS Big Hat Club.

Blair Cherry Memorial Award:
The Blair Cherry Award is sponsored by the Amarillo Palo Duro Chapter of AMBUCS, and is named for the former Amarillo High and University of Texas head football coach. Coach Cherry guided the Amarillo Sandies to three consecutive state championships 1934, 1935, and 1936. He later coached the University of Texas Longhorns to the Southwest Conference title. 

The Blair Cherry Award was first presented in 1969 to Tascosa's Danny Lester, who played a key role on the Texas Longhorns' 1969 national championship team. It is presented annually to a collegiate football athlete who graduated from one of Amarillo's four high schools.