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APRIL MONTHLY
BEST FINDS CONTEST
(Winners receive a silver dime and certificate)

BEST GOLD WITH STONES – Jim Sharp
(Diamond Ring)

MONTHLY BEST FIND REMINDERS






One item per category per member
Do not pick up item after voting starts
Only plain gold that is without stone(s) allowed
in Gold Category
If a mixture of Gold and silver, the correct
category is which metal is the greater %.

BEST GOLD – Gary Spiroch
BEST SILVER – Kathy Marro
(Reale Coin Pendant)

With silver at a all time high, effective with the May
meeting, silver coins will not be used for monthly best
finds prizes. The alternate prizes are yet to be
determined.

MOST UNUSUAL – Steve Hamedl

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SUMMER HEAT AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT

(14K Designer White Gold Man's Wedding Band)

(Cross and Coin Embedded in Coral)

COSTUME JEWELRY – Gary McNew
(Watch)

BEST COIN – Jim Sharp
(1906 Indian Head Penny)

MONTHLY BEST FIND WINNERS

Gary McNew, Steve Hamedl, Jim Sharp,
Kathy Marro, Gary Spiroch

Second Place for Monthly Best Finds
(Runner up receives old American coin and certificate)

Gold with Stones – Mindy Spiroch (14K Onyx and
Diamond Ring)
Gold – Kathy Marro(Gold Ring)
Silver – Steve Hamedl (Silver Chain Necklace)
Most Unusual – Gary Spiroch(Cigarette Box)
Costume – Gary Spiroch (Copper Bracelet)
Coin – Steve Hamedl (50 Pench)

Now that Summer is just around the corner, we need to
take a look at how to Keep Cool. Wear light clothes, Sun
Block and a Hat will help. When out there, I try to get there
before the sun rises and leave when it gets too crowded with
people. When you are having a good hunt, it is hard to
leave, so I always carry with me plenty of water.
Sometimes we forget how hot it can get and we push
ourselves to the point that we need to take better care of
ourselves. I take breaks when I need them and pace myself
so I can go longer hunting. I also carry a sweat cloth with
me to wipe myself down from sweating. I fill a water
hydration bag with water and put it in the freezer overnight,
so when I go out, I wear it on my back and that helps keep
me cool.
Some members have a fan that sprays a mist at them that
will help to keep them cool. Anything that you can think of
to help you stay cool, then go ahead and do it. It is better to
be safe and cool, than to have a heat stroke.
Till next time Jim Sharp

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CHALLENGE LEVELS
Do you enjoy a good challenge? If so, then you should
join the quest to master the five challenge levels! This fun
program offers a coin reward simply for finding a specific
group of targets (much like a scavenger hunt) and showing
those finds to the hunt master (Linda Bennett). You can
find information about the challenge levels in your new
member folder or at club meetings. For questions or
explanations, come early to a meeting and speak with
Linda.

TALL TALES TABLES TOTALS FOR 2011
As of April:
DOLLAR AMOUNT: $1365.44
PLATINUM: 0
GOLD: 38
SILVER: 84

If you are interested in becoming a more active
member in the club - we are looking for a vicepresident and a newsletter editor. Please contact
Gary McNew for any questions.