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GCTC October 2016 Newsletter.pdf

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Back row - Paul Hamlin, Steve Hamedl, Gary McNew,
Jim Orlando
Front row - Cheryl Petenbrink and Ingrid Orlando
Best Gold With Stone
Gary McNew

Best Gold
Cheryl Petenbrink
No Picture

Gold Ring with Amethyst
Best Silver
Steve Hamedl

Gold Necklace
Most Unusual
Jim and Ingrid Orlando

Pandora Bracelet & Diamonds
Best Costume
Steve Hamedl

Fishing Lure
Best Coin
Paul Hamlin

No Picture

Our September meeting was held in the theater at the
Science Museum due to last minute change by the Science
Center. Attended by 27 members and guests. We now
have several new members: Randy Selnick, Brenda
Holland, Keith and Barbara Ann Smith and last but not
least Penny Wilson. Welcome aboard to all! In addition,
Chris Norris attended as a guest. Steve Hamedl, Ingrid
Orlando and Brenda Holland each received Birthday
Our Treasurer, Nick Mosca, reported $1540 in the
treasury. Expenses for the month: $300 for six months
rent. The Silver Bar raffle was won by Betty Laur. Plans
are to have another one to raffle in October.
It was decided not to participate in the yard sale with
John and Tammy Lobota and not to have a silent auction
at this time.
Copies of the Florida Liability form, Permission to
Enter Private Land and the GCTC Member Liability form
were discussed and made available to the members.
The hunt for September was voted on for the 18th with 19
members signing up. It was decided to hold it at Carlin
Park in Jupiter.
The 50/50 raffle was won by Amy Hamedl for $20 and
new member Brenda Holland won a set of headphones.
New Member Keith Smith told of his years of metal
detecting, along with various other ventures. Quite
interesting! He and his wife, Barbara Ann, are from the
Richmond, Virginia area and have been involved in
antique auctioning for years. He presently is enjoying
metal detecting the beaches of Florida everyday!

1946 Wheat Penny

Second Place
Gold with Stone - White Gold Band/ Diamonds - Steve
Gold - 18 K Gold Ring - Gary McNew
Silver - Tennis Bracelet - Gary McNew
Unusual - Pocket Knife - Gary McNew
Costume - Class Ring - Gary McNew
Coin - 500 Peso - Gary McNew

Southeastern Art Research, LLC announces the
publication of its new treasure beach field guide "Metal
Detecting Field Guide to Florida's 1715 Spanish Treasure
Coast Shipwrecks" by John Rapp. The guide contains the
information on the many treasure shipwrecks that sunk
within 100 - 300 feet offshore along the Florida East
Coast. Included with each shipwreck location is the GPS
location on the beach where gold and silver coins and
relics have been found as recently as 2015 and 2016. The
author gathers this information from multiple metal
detecting forums "finds" postings.
This Field guide is a must for anyone visiting Florida's
East coast on their vacation. You can order the book on
Amazon or directly from the author by sending an email to
maxxkatt77@gmail.com. The 26-page field guide cost is
$14.95 and the author accepts PayPal payments and
personal checks.