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Whites Pinpointer II new $80
CZ3D modified by Tom Dankowski for sale. It is like
new. Purchased for $1200+asking $650 It has just been
checked out and certified by Tom Dankowski.
Email or call me with any questions.
Jerry Laur 561-951-1015 jerrylaur@mac.com
Wanted: Gary McNew is looking for a Fisher CZ20 (not
the 21). 561-718-5523

Tom Warnke gave a facts filled program on how to
determine beach erosion a few days in advance based on
using various internet sites on tides, waves and surf
conditions. See page 4 for his notes.

The last challenge level was given in 2011. Jim Smith
finally broke that long spell by obtaining level one. He
received a certificate and an Indian Head penny. Good
luck in obtaining the next four levels.


Good Will Ambassadors

Performing Random Acts of Kindness

Each month, the GCTC recognizes members who
provide selfless service to our community. The first time a
member returns an item, that individual receives a metal
detecting pin (handcrafted by Steve Hoskins) to wear on
his or her hat, in addition to a certificate of appreciation.
Return Recognized at March Meeting


Gary McNew
Returned Keys

Thank you for getting out the message to your club
members and having Paul Hamlin assist me in finding my
necklace. I can’t thank him enough for being so dedicated
and relentless in his search. He was neck high in very
rough waves and he helped me look from 7am to 1:30pm.
While we were talking, he told me all the different jobs
he’s had over the years but I think he forgot to mention
that he was a former Navy Seal. Lol!! Had to of been.
Only a special ops military guy could do what he was
doing. All jokes aside, it’s satisfying knowing that a
stranger would help another person like that and not be
concerned with getting paid. If he found the necklace, he
said a donation to the treasure hunting club would make
him happy. I thought that was very thoughtful of him.
Anyways, I just wanted to thank you for coming to my
rescue and although we didn’t find anything, the feeling I
get knowing that there are people like Paul Hamlin out
there helping people find there lost treasures means much
more to me than having my necklace back. He is an
inspiration and I hope that as I get older, I can adopt some
of his characteristics such as helping people and being
relentless when it comes to finishing the task at hand.
Never thought he would have stayed there for so
long……on Mother’s Day at that. Take care and maybe
I’ll come check out a meeting one of these days and see
what people find. That is a very interesting hobby and I’m
sure that the people in your club love hunting for
treasures. Good luck in the future.
This email was received after Paul Hamlin attempted to
find a 20 inch, 45 gram Cuban link necklace lost while
James was body surfing.