Monthly Luncheons

The club hosts monthly luncheons the first Tuesday of each month at Ahern Hotel and Convention Center in Las Vegas. The luncheon doors open at 11:00am with business networking until noon.

Each luncheon features a guest speaker who shares information with attendees about conservative government and business issues. The President introduces all attending Republican elected officials and candidates, giving attendees an opportunity to meet and see those who represent them and work on their behalf.

The meetings end at 1:00pm, and many members often staying behind to mingle. The cost for a luncheon ticket through advance purchase is $40 for members and $45 for non-members. Members may reserve a ticket without using a credit card by selecting “Pay At Door RSVP-Member”. This requires payment with cash or check at the door (no credit cards). Walk-ins are welcome on a space available basis. Walk-in ticket price for both members and non-members is $5 higher.

Next Luncheon

Kevin McMahill, Sheriff
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department

Kevin McMahill, Sheriff

Sheriff Kevin McMahill was sworn in as the 8th sheriff of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on Jan. 2, 2023. His renowned law enforcement career spans more than three decades of service at every level of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD).

After serving in the United States Army for three years, McMahill began his career with Metro in 1990—starting as a patrol officer and later serving as a field training officer and member of the academy training staff. In 2001, he was promoted to sergeant holding various positions in Patrol, Training and Internal Affairs. In 2006, he was again promoted to the rank of lieutenant serving in Patrol, Narcotics and the Homeland Security Bureau.

In 2010, he promoted to captain over the Bolden Area Command in West Las Vegas. At the time, the area command had the highest crime rates in nearly all categories. Expanding upon an initiative called Safe Village, McMahill developed non-traditional partnerships with various groups including the Southern Nevada Regional Housing Authority, faith leaders, non-profit organizations, activists, and other community stakeholders. The effort from these partnerships resulted in a decrease of every type of crime, including a 40% drop in overall violence. It was the first time any area command finished the year with a reduction in each crime category. In recognition for success of this program, LVMPD received the prestigious Webber-Seavey award—the highest honor for excellence in community policing.

In 2011, McMahill was appointed to Deputy Chief of the Patrol Division where he supervised eight area commands. During that time, he was instrumental in expanding the innovative community policing programs he established at Bolden Area Command to all areas of the valley. These efforts would ultimately lead him to establish the Office of Community Engagement in 2015, which focuses solely on strengthening relationships with the community.

McMahill was then promoted to assistant sheriff in 2013, presiding over all operational aspects of the LVMPD. During his time as an assistant sheriff, McMahill held the department’s highest security clearance and worked closely with local and federal partners to oversee numerous high-profile cases.

McMahill was then promoted to undersheriff in 2014 by former Sheriff Doug Gillespie and he continued his service as the second-in-command under former sheriff, Joe Lombardo for six years. During his six years as undersheriff, McMahill provided strong and steady leadership to help our community through some of our biggest challenges, including the 1 October tragedy and the civil unrest that took place in 2020.


Ahern Hotel and Convention Center

300 W. Sahara Ave.
Las Vegas NV 89102

The Ahern Hotel and Convention Center is conveniently located on the north side of Sahara Avenue just west of the Strip. If coming from I-15, go East on Sahara toward the Strip and take the first left turn after you exit the interstate.  The turn takes you right into the driveway for the hotel.  The parking garage is on the right toward the back.  Parking is free; however, valet parking is currently not available.

2023 Luncheons

Heidi Seevers Gansert and PK O’Neill

Julie Butler

Julie Butler

Wayne Allyn Root

Jennifer Ruhnke

Jennifer Ruhnke

Scott Presler

Mike Cahill

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Chris Dyer
Jill Douglass
Chairman Jesse Law
Nephi “Khaliki” Oliva

Laura McSwain and Larry Elder

2022 Luncheons

Andy Matthews and Manny Kess

Dean Heller

Adam Paul Laxalt


With Las Vegas City Council Candidates


Kash Patel

Annie Black

Annie Black

Victor Joecks


Kevin McMahill

Scott Hammond & Melissa Hardy


Sam Brown

Alida Benson

Alida Benson

2021 Luncheons

Tyre Gray

Michael Schaus

Dr. Jesus F. Jara

Dr. Cory Cutler

Ronald Najarro

Dr. Joe Hardy and Andy Matthews


Kevin Ball and
Heidi Harris


Sigal Chattah


Wayne Allyn Root

2020 Luncheons

Nevada Senator Joe HardyHonorable Philip Pro (Ret.)

Dr. Carrie Buck and
April Becker

Wayne Allyn Root


Dan Rodimer

Jim Marchant

Hedi Kasama and Dr.Steven DeLisle


Chuck Muth

Mark Amodei


Autumn Event with Wayne Allyn Root

2019 Luncheons

Nevada Senator
Joe Hardy

NPRI President
John Tsarpalas

Sherman Ray, Shawn Mooneyham, Michelle Romero, Danny Vella, Dan Shaw, and DanStewart

Dr. Alamo

Nathan Duell

Dr. Jesus Jara

Nevada Senator Scott Hammond and Nevada Assemblywoman Melissa Hardy

Peter Guzman, President of the Latin Chamber of Commerce

Larry Greenfield

Councilman Anthony Stavros

Minority Assembly Leader Dr. Robin Titius

Don Webb, Vice President of the Raiders & Chief Operating Officer of LV (“StadCo”)

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