The meeting dates for 2017 have been posted. Please feel free to come out to a meeting and meet others that share your hobby.
Our members bring in their finds for the month to display.
Today is International Metal Detecting Day. I hope you are all out getting out to swing your detector. Hopefully you will swing it over something good!!
I want you all to follow the Metal Detecting Code of Ethics:
From our president:
Over the past couple of years, the club has been involved with the Sportsman Association in an attempt to keep the Department of Fish and Wildlife Management from closing the lands to metal detecting.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife has decided to stop issuing permits based on inaccurate data. As a result I am asking that our members contact the Fish and Wildlife management requesting that they re-state the permit process that was previously in place.
The e-mail addresses are firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be courteous in your communication. Being rude or nasty will not help our cause.
It is always nice to see a lost item returned.
A shopper lost her ring in a very large and crowded mall during the Holiday Season. They took to Social Media. The post went viral and the ring was returned.
See the whole story here: