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BURIED COIN CACHE
FIRST CLUE:
You won't find any wooden buttons at this park with
your metal detector but you will find the treasure!
SECOND CLUE:
Go around and around and park – Don’t cry if you find
nothing, but look in your tear drops.
Item buried is a small vitamin container 2 3/4" long and 1 1/2 " in
diameter. It is placed in a Ziploc® bag.

Burial of cache and the clues are provided by Cheryl Petenbrink.
If found by a club member, that person will receive a $25 prize
AND earn the right to bury the next cache! Good luck everyone!
Start digging! And be sure to fill all holes!

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TALL TALES
During an evening backyard wedding reception, someone
lost a gold ring with diamonds that had much sentimental
value, having been in the person’s family since the mid
1870’s. Steve Hamedl, President of SFTHC and member of
GCTC, received the initial call. He then called Linda
Bennett. Linda spent the next two hours searching the huge
yard. A few days later, Karen Larson joined Linda to spend
another two hours for an unsuccessful hunt. They found
costume jewelry and some coins, but not the ring. The owner
of the ring and the home owner appreciated their efforts.

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PAUL HAMLIN'S TIP OF THE MONTH
Are you fast or are you slow? “That” is the question. The
fast get the ground covered! The slow cover the ground!
Which are you? Good luck to all in 2010. Have fun, Paul.

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HISTORY IN THE PARK
Saturday, December 5, 2009 - 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Local Historian and author, Richard Procyk, will lead a
tour of the battlefield and discuss the archeological
discoveries of the Fort Jupiter encampment found in the mid
1980’s.
For free reservations, call: (561) 966-6686.
Riverbend Park is located at 9060 Indiantown Road in Jupiter,
one mile west of the Florida Turnpike/I-95 exits. For more
information about History in the Park, call club member Guy
Bachman at (561) 736-7435.

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MEMBER TIPS
John Presslein brought in a new pair of headphones from
Radio Shack, called 2XL Bass Headphones. He reports that
they are "really light weight, work well, cost $15 and come in
blue, green and pink. I highly recommend them!”
John Lobota mentioned a new wireless and computerized
detector that will soon be available. The detector is being
developed in France. John will keep us updated when more
details are known such as price, etc.

ELAYNE AND HEATHER’S CORNER
AND THE WINNERS ARE!

DOOR PRIZES
Silver Half Dollar – Elayne Lynch
Silver Quarter – Nikolay Malchev
Silver Quarter – Jim Sharp
Silver Quarter – Elayne Lynch
Silver Dime – Elayne Lynch
Angel Alert – Al Schwartz
Coffee – Paul Hamlin (2), Heather McNew, Jan Smirnow,
Marilyn Batts
Holiday Music – Joe Cook
Photo Album – Jim Sharp and guest
Pepper Spray – guest
Kellyco Pouch and $5 Certificate – Gary McNew
Journal – Nikolay Malchev
Kellyco Pouch – Les Batts
Hat – Jim Sharp
Plastic Collection Bags – Al Schwartz and Bob Smirnow
Fall Cookie Cutters - Nick Mosca
Donations of items for our monthly drawings (and other
events) are always appreciated! Thank you to the following
donors: Ed D’Amato, Jim Sharp, Gary Spiroch, Mindy
Spiroch, Elayne Lynch, Nick Mosca and Paul Hamlin

50/50 DRAWING
Joe Cook won $58 for his share of the 50/50 drawing.
Cha-Ching!!! Congrats, Joe!!! It pays to play, guys, so don’t
forget to purchase YOUR tickets!

MYSTERY ITEM
New members often wonder “WHAT the heck is a Mystery
Item?” Each month, one club member volunteers to try to stump
fellow members by choosing a secret item that is revealed after the
break. If an item in a member's Tall Tales Table Display matches
the Mystery Item, that member wins a silver quarter! So be sure to
always bring and display ALL your finds, even the junk! Sorry
gang…the person supplying the Mystery Item doesn’t get the silver
quarter if they stump the club. BUT, they DO get a free door prize
ticket for their effort!

November’s Mystery Item was supplied by Stacey
deLucia. Her selection was a Skoal Can. Tom Lieberman
was able to produce one from his vast collection bag to win a
silver quarter. (Tom is a frequent winner because he brings all
his finds! Bring all YOUR finds and you could win, too!)

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OTHER GREAT FINDS
Seen on the November Tall Tales Table