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COIN CACHE CLUES
The coin cache has been reburied. Good luck and happy
hunting!

CLUE NUMBER ONE
"IT IS LOCATED IN A ‘LAKE’ PARK IN
DELRAY BEACH WHO'S NAME RHYMES WITH
LYDA.”

CLUE NUMBER TWO
“THE CACHE IS LOCATED AT THE NORTH
END OF THE PARK.....IT’S A NARROW PARK.”

CLUE NUMBER THREE
THE TREASUE YOU SEEK IS AT THE NORTH
END OF LAKE IDA PARK BETWEEN THE
FENCED IN DOG AREA AND THE NORTHERN
MOST CHILDREN’S PLAY AREA. GOOD LUCK.

Burial of cache and clues provided by Bob Dobski.
If found by a club member, that person will receive
a prize of $25.
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FOREIGN COINS
Our club will again be collecting foreign coins to donate
towards a summer camp for handicapped children.

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QUESTIONS CONTEST

Did you see that the GCTC was featured in Western &
Eastern Treasures (WET) magazine last month? Dick
Stout will periodically feature our club’s Questions
Contest in his “Club News & Views” column. What
questions or comments do you get? How do you
respond? Get one free door prize ticket during each
month that you submit an entry. Club members will vote
for the winner at a future meeting. The winner will
receive a one-year subscription to Lost Treasure OR
Western & Eastern Treasures! Send entries to: Stacey
deLucia at sdeLuc823@aol.com. (Make sure your name
is on the entry for proper credit.) Who knows? You
might even see your name and entry in WET Magazine!

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ATTENTION SNOWBIRDS
When you go back north for the summer, please let
either Linda or Stacey know. That way the newsletter
gets sent to you at the correct address. Also, let us know
when you return to Florida for the season.

Random Act of Kindness
Steve Hoskins, Linda Bennett & Karen Larson searched
for the lost Diamond and Gold Pendant at the Equestrian
park and guess what! Steve FOUND IT! Of course, it
took a couple hours, but the end result was a very
thrilled and appreciative young woman who couldn't
have been more relieved! The young lady had lost the
pendant off her necklace while riding her horses. The
necklace chain had been found partially buried. She and
her family spent most of the day with rakes
unsuccessfully looking for the pendant. A family friend
and GCTC club member Jerry Felton suggested that the
family contact Linda Bennett to help look for the lost
jewelry. Linda then organized a group to help with the
search. Way to go, Steve!!!!! And thanks to Linda and
Karen for their efforts as well! A donation of $25 was
made to the club.
Chalk up another good deed for the wonderful folks in
the Gold Coast Treasure Club!

This pendant, 14K with diamonds, has much sentimental
value. It had been worn by the young woman's riding
instructor. After her riding instructor was killed in a
horse related accident, the widower presented the
necklace to the young woman.

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The picture below was downloaded from the En Rada
Publications website: http://home.att.net/~enrada/. This
website is the home of Ernie Richards and Bob
“Frogfoot” Weller who are both professional treasure
salvagers and authors. Bob, a past officer of the club
and now an honorary member of our club, not only does
presentations for our club annually but also writes
articles for the newsletter on a regular basis.
This 22K gold ring with nine
emeralds worth an estimated
$36,000 was found by Gary
Drayton, an amateur, last
summer in the area of the 1715
Fleet. This jewelry was found
along the shoreline and was
his first gold ring he has ever
found.