Peter Lebeck Chapter #1866

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Thurs April 28 - Sun May 1 (6027 CE)

It's time to kiss the Widder à Dieu and pack up your Clamping gear for PXL's four day Spring Doin's at Camp Hamilton in Bakersfield. The fun starts Thursday, 28 April 2022 1300 (1pm), for those of you who don't work, can call in sick, or just want to play hooky.

Come enjoy this unique oasis dedicated to all Military Veterans and their families. Established by retired Marine Master Gunnery Sergeant Glenn Denton, USMC, Camp Hamilton is a place of peace with lawns, structures of interest and over 300 trees, each tree serving as a living memorial to someone who wore the country's uniform. Come learn about the "Kool-Aide Promise" to never forget those who gave their all.

The Vietnam style bunker will bring back memories for those who served in country, while a POW tower will remind us all of those who are still missing or captive. There's also a bar. Named for Leland "Crow" Crawford, the 9th Sergeant Major of the United States Marine Corps, the CROW BAR will provide our ECV brothers a place to gather and socialize. BUT! Be mindful of the Goats. You don't want to be the one to meet the GOAT or GOATS. Leave that to the PBC's.

Master Guns Glenn Denton is also a Brother Clamper, taken in by PXL some 40 years ago when he was on Recruiting Duty in Bakersfield. During this Clampout we will be his guests and the guests of the Board of Camp Hamilton Memorial Park. A plaque dedication will also take place on Saturday at the Doin's to honor their work.

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Register for Our Spring 2022 Doin's.

Brother, come join an event where you won't get lost in the crowd. Just sign-up for PXL's "Operation Pine Cone," our four day Doin's at Camp Hamilton starting Thursday April 28th! It'll cost you a measly $65, plus $75 for your PBC, but you must register by April 22, 2022. No walk-ins, no exceptions! You'll also need to get your dust in by that date or expect to pay an extra $15 per person. So sign-up, then pay up, or miss out!

Just use the link below to download our fillable flyer, or better yet, use our electronic sign-up form. Then snail mail or Zelle us your rub. Either way you'll be reserving a spot at one of the best Clampouts in all of Clamperdom. And It's freeway close!

Hey! Is your PBC paying separately from his Sponsor? No Problem! Just make sure he includes your name on the memo portion of his check or by attaching a comment to his Zelle transfer.

And remember, regardless of how you sign-up, if your jackass gets sick, just call our GDR, or email us at, before the start of our event, and we'll likely make sure you're comped for next time. You just have to be nice about it.

ECV Brothers who are on Active Military Duty who preregister by the prepay deadline get in free. Just mention it on your registration form and make sure to bring proof, like a copy of an official email showing your current orders, or an active military ID.

All Chapter Hawkers are welcome to ply their goods. But be prepared to do some trading.

PXL now requires a current written waiver from all attendees. You can speed things up for yourself and your PBC by downloading the form ahead of time and filling it out for each of you. We've included one in the infallible fillable flyer. These waivers are an ECV wide policy imposed by Grand Council to help keep E Clampus Vitus in existence. So no carping. Click here to read the waiver.


You can snail mail your application and rub to our Gold Dust Receiver at:
Peter Lebeck #1866, c/o Dale "Top" Turner, XNGH/GDR, 24415 Lisa Kelton PL, Newhall, CA 91321,

You can also Email your application to,
May checks payable to "Peter Lebeck, Chapter #1866"
Payments using Zelle should be sent to:

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If you would like to order an event shirt, or other wearables for this Doin's, click over to the Rfocus Website. Several designs are available. Order by April 14th if you want to pick up your merch at the Doin's. Delivery by mail is also available for a fee.



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Schedule of Events for Operation Pine Cone

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All PBCs must have a bribe for the board and do a 5 min. historical presentation as part of their interrogation. PBCs will submit and remain under the control of our Hangman upon entry to the Clampsite, no exceptions! AND again, No Retreads!


Thurs, April 28: Gate open at 1300 (1pm). You are on your own for lunch, dinner & Friday breakfast.


Fri, April 29: Open at 0700 (7am) for Redshirts & PBC’s. You will be on your own for breakfast & lunch.

10:00am & 4:31pm: -- Early check-in at the check-in table.

5:03 pm: HUMBUG'S Meet & Greet. XNGH's & NGH Meet at the PXL Tittie Bar for a Greybeard meeting.

6:03 pm: Humbug's Dinner Delight. Guaranteed to cleanse the colon.

8:07 pm: PBCs must present themselves to the Hangman for survival instruction by the NGH &VNGH at the Bar.

8:15 pm: : Clamper Poetry, Redshirt Tales & other BS, plus Karaoke.


Sat, April 30: A great day of Clamping with the Brothers...

5:31 am: All PBCs report to the cook shack for our XNGH breakfast preparation/bonding ritual.

7:03 am: Potluck breakfast - We provide the EGGS! You bring sausage, ham, frozen hash browns, tortillas, salsa, bacon, etc.
Our cook team will prepare a meal guaranteed to cleanse your colon. PBCs to do the clean-up!

9:01 am: PBCs & sponsors check-in at the cook shack. PBCs will be Clean & Sober. NO EXCEPTIONS!

9:06 am : Redshirt check-in at the Check-in Table (No Grub-stub, no meals). No Kiddin'.

9:33 am : Our Historian will impart an ECV History Lesson to our would-be Brethren - All Redshirts are welcome.

Noonish: Lunch at the cook shack. PBCs always eat first, help serve when done, and then do the clean-up.

2:33 pm: PBC interrogations, entertainment, bribes, presentations, tomfoolery, etc.

5:03 pm: Necrology Ceremony & Hall of Comparative Ovations.

6:44 pm: Dinner.

8:17 pm: Raffle and Fireside fun - stories, jokes, male bonding, pass the bottle and the usual BS.


Sun, May 1: The dreaded "morning after."

7:00 am: A continental breakfast at the cook tent. Aspirin & Rolaids for those who survived.

8:09 am: Camp clean-up. Everybody helps, from XSNGH to XPBC!


10:06 am: Drive back to the orphans and widders. But do it SOBER!! And gwt ready for the tax man.

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Special PBC Requirements



 Our Hangman.

Upon arriving at our Clampsite, all PBC's must check in with our Grand Imperturbable Hangman, Rick "Hard Luck" Veiga. While on site, they will remain under Rick's exclusive control. He'll know how to initiate your supine sucker, and they don't call him "Hard Luck" for nothing. PXL allows no private "hazing" or bossing around of any kind, and we abide by Grand Council rules.

On Friday night, at 8:07, all sponsors and PBCs in camp will assemble at the cook shack for briefing, followed by PBC survival instructions. No exceptions!

All infirmities that might affect your PBC's ability to do moderately physical tasks MUST be disclosed to the Hangman. Vertigo, bad knees, bad ticker, claustrophobia, diabetes, all that stuff counts. Failure to disclose will result in PBC washout and possible sanctions for his sponsor. Our initiation is intended to be a mind f**k not an endurance test! If your friend has health issues we will get him properly initiated without sending him to Paramediclandia, but a failure to disclose health problems endangers everyone and is not appreciated.

Lastly, ALL PBCs must bring a bribe and prepare a five minute historical presentation for our Board of Inquiry. PBCs will not wear RED until they have completed their sacred ordeal. Membership at PXL is open only to men 21 or older with good attitudes. Pissy PBCs need not apply. Do as you're told and no one gets hurt.



 Our Hangman.

That from the time of their arrival all PBCs are guests of the Brothers of Peter Lebeck, ECV and will be under the protection and control of our Hangman & his Vigilantes.

As is our custom at PXL, PBCs may fraternize with the Brethren through Friday night but must show good attitude and submit to the directions of the Hangman from the time of their arrival, including being of service when so instructed by our Hangman.

All PBCs in Camp on Saturday Morning must report to the Cookshack at 5:31 a.m. for Kitchen Duty on pain of foregoing initiation. Last call for PBCs is 9:01 a.m. Saturday morning, but only if the Humbug accepts his excuse for not showing up. PBCs must be knowledgeable of all educational materials provided to them, especially the Handbook, be prepared to stand and deliver before our Board of Inquiry, and remain sober throughout the initiation. No Exceptions!

The PXL PBC Handbook should be downloaded Here!

PXL adheres to all Grand Council Rules which will be strictly enforced. It will be a clean, but memorable initiation as befits our Honorable Order.

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These are the Rules--So Read 'em!

RULES FOR THE WEEKEND- read them closely & follow them religiously: Our guys are always respectful of the places we visit, but a little extra info will keep us out of trouble:

We are guests of Camp Hamilton Veterans Memorial Park, which is a charity run by volunteers. What these people do is a labor of love. They aren't in it for the money, and whatever fees they are collecting from us are just enough to cover their costs. Don't make them regret we were ever invited. Camp Hamilton is the site of over 300 trees, each was planted in memory of a veteran who has gone on to his or her reward, and each tree is tagged with a person's name. So first of all: respect the trees.

Second, we'll have plenty of space to conduct a most satisfactory weekend, but keep in mind that veterans' families may be on site to visit their loved-one's tree or to just relax. Our tradition requires seemly decorum in their presence. Give them their space and show them respect.

Third, the "Crow Bar," is open to us, including its self-serve adult libations. Respect the artifacts and memorabilia. If you partake of the hooch, leave an appropriate tip in the jar or leave a libation in kind. Damage or pilferage of any of the fixtures on site will not only embarrass our chapter it will keep us from being invited back.

Fourth, burn barrels are allowed, but keep them and vehicles off of the lawn. Park cars and RVs only in areas designated for our use. The park reserves parking for its members and volunteers, so respect their space. There are no RV hook-ups, or shade in the parking area. Make good use of the space available, and cooperate with our Hostrix if you are asked to make adjustments. Potable water is available, but make sure you get it from the right spigots or you may suffer from Mexican War flash backs. When in doubt, ask.

Lastly, we don't have to remind Clampers to clean up after themselves, but being "fam" means pitching-in when we set-up and break-down. Guys remember the Redshirts who sit on their hinies when others are working or split early to avoid helping out. The really cool kids become auxiliaries of "Petey's Flying Circus," and that makes them our bestest besties.

So have a great time at Camp Hamilton, it should be a unique experience.

Camp Hamilton flag.

DO BRING: Shade, raffle/auction prizes, water buckets, horse shoes, stuff for Saturday's potluck breakfast (but not eggs), libations for yourselves and your Brothers, good PBCs, ideas for PBC games, trash bags. Please bring personal hygiene items for the ladies and toys for the kids at the Women's Shelter in Bakersfield. Burn Barrels OK.

DON'T BRING: Dope, firearms, explosives (including females), eggs, weaponry, anyone under 21, pissy PBCs, retreads or any of the usual No Nos. Violation means expulsion without refund. So, don't risk it. This applies to everyone! . . . AND NO DOGS OR RETREADS!

ALL PBCs must have a suitable bribe for the board and a five minute historical presentation. PBCs will submit to the authority of our Hangman upon entry to the Clampsite and remain under his control. PBC Harassment is the exclusive province of our Hangman so hands off! We don't care if you brought him yourself.

NOTE: This chapter respect and adheres to the rules of the Board of Proctors of E Clampus Vitus®, Inc.

REMEMBER - The PXL bar has snacks, sodas, iced tea and water. Want more? Bring it yourself.

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For Those Foolish Enough to Think We Know How to Get There

So You Want Directions?

From Bakersfield: Take CA 99 North to Exit 30. Exit and proceed north on CA 65 towards Porterville for 4 miles. At the T-intersection turn left onto Lerdo Highway towards Shafter. Drive about .9 miles to where you'll see the Camp Hamilton sign on the right. Turn right onto the dirt road and drive to the Camp Hamilton Entrance.

From L.A.: Take Interstate 5 North to CA 99 North, then follow the above directions.

From Mojave: Take CA 58 West to CA 99 North, then follow the above directions.

From any place else, you're on your own.

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For more information contact:

Kelvin "Dr. Klapper" Swanson, VNGH (661) 252-9443 or

Rick "Hard Luck" Veiga, VNGH (661) 298-8464 or

Al "The Quackster" Price, XXNGH (661) 867-2414 or or


Mike "MGM" Ramirez-Mares, Cyberrecorder (818) 517-8781 or

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