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Just before a beautiful sunrise on September 8, Ben
Smith arrived at Jupiter Beach to secure picnic tables and
plant over 500 objects on the beach. The few early birds
talked with SeaHunter (his posted name on the Treasure
Net forum). He belongs to the group that is working on
the Jupiter wreck site.
Sixteen club members were able to complete the hunt
and receive prizes before the storm began. Two items
were found that were not part of the planted items. Ken
Lubinski found a medic alert tag which he plans to try to
return to the owner and Frank Nash found a gold and
diamond ring. Frank had dug a hole that was at least
halfway to China! Mindy Spiroch helped Frank to
retrieve the item. Various planted items were exchanged
for prizes. Each winner had a choice of an envelope or a
cigar box which held different prizes.

Ben Smith giving instructions before the hunt

Ken Lubinski - $10
Betty Laur - $20 and $5
Carl Basilico - $5 and $10

Linda Bennett – one ticket
Mindy Spiroch - one ticket
Gail Hoskins – two tickets
Karen Larson – three tickets
Jerry Laur – two tickets
Jack Petenbrink – one ticket
Ken Lubinski – six tickets
Gary Spiroch – one ticket
Cheryl Petenbrink – one ticket
Betty Laur – two tickets

In the background is a temporary platform
for work on the Jupiter wreck

Jerry Laur – Vial of Gold Flakes
Carl Basilico – Indian Head Penny
Ken Lubinski – Radio and tool
Jan Smirnow – Beach Santa ornament
Stacey deLucia – T-shirt
Blue Ribbon for Special Effort
awarded to Carl Basilico

Storm brewing in the background

Scratch off tickets that were worth prizes: Linda Bennett
- $10; Jerry Laur - $5; Ken Lubinski won $6 and a free
ticket; and Karen Larson won a free ticket.
Photos by Steve Hoskins and Ben Smith