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Our current raffle is a necessary addition to your
hurricane ready kit - a combination TV/AM and FM
Radio/Lantern/Weather Alert Radio Storm Tracker. 40
chances will be sold at $2/chance.

Our good friend Inventor, Author and Speaker Tom
Dankowski, known to many as “NASA Tom,” has
acquired a wealth of information over the years about
metal detecting. Now that wealth of information can be
yours! Tom has produced a 90 minute DVD: “Metal
Detecting Real World Techniques Inland Coin and
Relic Hunting.” Tom takes the viewer into his test
garden and out in the field where he covers a multitude
of topics. Club members Linda Bennett and Jan
Smirnow have seen the DVD and both highly
recommend it. The DVD retails for $24.95, however,
Tom is offering our club a bulk-rate discount.

Rumor has it that all the Board members are planning to
buy the latest GCTC logo item! Available to all
members in August!

The directory is for your personal use only. The names,
telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses are to be used
only for contact within the club. If there are any errors
or omissions, please notify Jan Smirnow, 561-7358921.

Wayne and Nancy Stephens
New phone number is 352-357-9388
Tom Dooley
New phone number is
Gary Del Rosal
5008 Trace Crossings Ln
Hoover, AL 35244
Email: olddigger@charter.net

Dorothy Mills
524 Colonial Drive
Brooksville, Fl 34601

The club extends sympathy to Dorothy Mills for the
loss of her son-in-law to cancer. Dorothy had moved to
Brooksville late last year. She misses not only the club
but the local hunting which she states is much better here
than it is in Brooksville. She let her membership lapse
for a few months before deciding to rejoin so she could
get the newsletters.
Tom Dooley also misses the club. He reports that his
health now prevents him from “beeping.” Hospice has
been helping his wife Marilea in the care of Tom. While
the newsletters help keep Tom up to date, he would
appreciate calls.

Errors in grammar and spelling are added for those who like to find them.
Linda Bennett newsletter co-editor

12 DVDs - $21.99 each
25 DVDs - $19.99 each
50 DVDs - $16.99 each
If you are interested in purchasing a discounted DVD,
sdeLuc823@aol.com). Once we have 12 members
signed up, we can place an order for the discounted
rates. Check out all the technical details about this new
DVD on Tom’s technical tips & training web site:
Tom has spoken to our club twice and both times he
mesmerized our club members with his technical
knowledge. Thank you, Tom, for generously offering
your new DVD to our members at a reduced rate!

The Florida Department of Fish and Wildlife is advising
hikers, hunters, fishermen, golfers and tourists in general
to take extra precautions and keep alert for alligators
while in: Alachua, Marion, Lake, Collier, Lee, Seminole,
Osceola, Polk, Brevard, Putnam, Volusia and Orange
It has been suggested that people are to wear noiseproducing devices such as little bells on their shoes or
clothing to alert but not startle the alligators
unexpectedly. A further suggestion is the carrying of
pepper spray in case of an encounter with an alligator.
It is also a good idea to watch for fresh signs of alligator
activity. People should learn to recognize the difference
between small young alligator and large adult alligator
droppings. Young alligator droppings are smaller and
contain fish bones and possibly bird feathers. Adult
alligator droppings have little bells in them and smell
like pepper spray.
Submitted by Jeff Foss