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The VFW Post 3396 Jerri Lazzari Scholarship Dinner will take place at the Sparks Nugget on Saturday, December 5, 2020, Doors open at 6pm. Due to the recent COVID and CDC recommendations we will limit participants to 50 people and check temperature checks prior to people entering. We are committed to this Jerri Lazzari Scholarship and the safety of our community.
VFW Silver State Post 3396 is very excited on our Jerry Lazzari Scholarship dinner on this Saturday, December 5, 2020. We will be awarding our Voice of Democracy, Patriot Pen, Teacher awards and the Veterans Affairs Nursing Student Scholarships.
This letter is to advise you on the current restrictions we are following with the guidance of the Nugget Casino Resort and the State of Nevada.
It is suggested all attendees to enter from the Second Floor parking garage as the Nugget Casino Resort will scan every customers temperature as you enter the facility.
The Dinner is scheduled on the third floor (casino tower elevators) in the Southern Pacific BCDE Convention rooms (3,117 SQ FT, 124 Occupancy) giving ample of space to ensure safe distancing for up to 50 guests. Hand sanitizer dispensers are located at the entrance of the convention banquet room and elevators. All tables with be rounds set for 4 people and 6 feet apart ( We will make every effort keeping families together up to 4 people per table). All participants are required to wear face-coverings at all times while on the Nugget Casino Resort property ( unless actively eating or drinking).
From the Nugget Casino Resort Staff:
Due to a State mandate there is a directive requiring Face Masks or Face Coverings for all Nevadans and visitors when out in public. We will be enforcing the State mandate requiring face masks and will be offering complimentary masks available at casino bars, restaurants and property entrances. Thank you for visiting the Nugget Casino Resort for your safety continue to practice social distancing of at least 6 feet, frequently wash your hands and wear face coverings when out in public.
Under the guidance of our dedicated management team, our employees are implementing enhanced health & safety protocols in accordance with State of Nevada and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines including physical distancing, increased frequency of cleaning and sanitization along with mandatory face-coverings for all Nugget employees. The Nugget will follow these protocols to protect the health and safety of our guests and our valued employees. Every Nugget employee is being trained on overall awareness concerning COVID 19, including incident protocols in the unfortunate event that one of our guests or employees tests positive for the virus. In addition, every department has been trained on enhanced cleaning and disinfecting protocols specific to its area using cleaning and disinfectant methods recommended by the CDC and otherwise required by applicable state and local authorities.
Hand Sanitizer. Hand sanitizer dispensers, touchless whenever possible, will be placed at key guest and employee entrances and contact areas such as driveways, reception area, hotel lobby, the casino floor, adjacent to ATMs, restrooms and restaurant entrances, meeting and convention spaces, elevator landings, the pool, and the fitness center.
Physical Distancing. Guests are asked to practice physical distancing by standing at least six feet apart from others not traveling with them while standing in lines, waiting for elevators, or moving around the property. Signage has been installed throughout the property to indicate where patrons may stand while waiting in lines and to remind guests to maintain the appropriate six feet of physical distancing.
Hand Washing. All guests are encouraged to wash their hands frequently with soap and water, for 20-seconds and after any of the following: using the restroom, sneezing, touching their face, blowing their nose, or coughing. Employees are required to wash their hands in these situations, as well as before and after performing their various cleaning and service duties. Employees are also required to wash their hands before starting shift, when going on break, when returning from break, in between guest interactions as well as any other opportunity they have to wash their hands for at least 20 seconds using soap and water.
Doors open at 6pm
Program starts at 6:30pm
Dinner at 6:45pm
Live Youtube stream awards at 8pm