Annual Holiday Party
Please sign up for the Holiday Party as soon as possible and send in your payment. The Party will be held at the Sedona Elks Lodge on Airport Road in Sedona on December 8. Beginning at 5:00 PM the lounge will be open with a cash bar and some bar finger food (No BYOB). Dinner will be served beginning at 6:00 with a modified buffet style service. There will be surprise entertainment with no Westerners involved unless they cannot resist the opportunity.
Please arrive well before 6:00 to avoid having a significant backup in the queue as you sign in.
Food selections are offered and priced as follows:
- Pasta Primavera at $15.00
- Chicken Marsala at $18.00
- Wild caught Salmon at $20.00
- Steak at $20.00
Please note that while you must sign up on line, payment is to be by check mailed to the Sedona Westerners at P.O. Box 20947, Sedona, AZ 86341.
Payments must be received, that means reach the P.O. Box by December 1.
We are not accommodating PayPal or charge cards due to the processing fees involved. Please write your entrée choice in the memo area of the check to assist us in keeping track of your request or requests. Guests sponsored by members are accommodated at the same price as members.
To make your reservation, click here.
- Red Rock News - December 02, 2016
Hog Trails and Twin Buttes
Hidden in the Twin Buttes area behind the Chapel of the Holy Cross are a myriad of trails with resplendent, highly varied and ever changing views. We could see the busy church complex making us appreciate what a great feat of construction it is. Did you know the chapel was inspired and commissioned by local rancher and sculptor Marguerite Brunswig Staude? It was built over a period of 18 months at a cost of US$300,000. The project was completed in 1956.
But the hike awaits! Under a warm Arizona sun, on a Sunday afternoon, our Westerners Hiking group, the Drovers, set out to explore this complex set of trails. Starting on the Mystic trail, our leaders Jim Kemper and Bert McLean soon turned their groups right toward a vertical wall on the southwest face of the butte where we saw a roped climber. Much to our relief he had an alternate ...