Our Next Meeting wil be October 16th at the The Workshop Woman's Club located at 72 Columbus Street, Newton Highlands.
Doors open at 7:00 P.M Meeting begins at 8:00 P.M.
The Latest Table Finds have been posted. .
Guests are welcome to our monthly meetings. Trying to decide what equipment you might need? Wondering what people find? Are you new to detecting? Want to learn more about techniques for hunting? We have an extensive library of books on topics we might need to identify items we find.. Our meetings are open to interested new hunters. We have monthly raffles and refreshments for all who come.
We welcome all of our new members and invite them to display their finds at the next meeting.
Check the Members Only pages for any announcements for meeting changes. All members are entitled to register as users and access these pages.
Requests for access for those from out of the USA will simply be deleted.
JULY SPEAKER Tom Bunce gave a presentation and invited members to read and share his book that includes many articles he has written for Eastern and Western Treasures including the book's Chapter 10 on Bill Stowers from our club; Keith from the Cape; and 30 other treasure hunters who have had much success. We have added it to our many lending library items.
Tom lives in Londonderry, New Hampshire, with his wife Karen and River his Golden Retriever. Tom is an active member of the Granite State Treasure Hunters for Historic Preservation, and has served as an Officer, and a member of the Executive Committee.
At the March meeting a contest was announced for this exciting Silver Proof Bill that will be raffled off at this year’s Christmas party. Members can buy tickets at any meeting until the drawing.
October Hunt in New Jersey sponsored by Deep Search Metal Detecting club
DETAILS at www.dsmc.org
BILL FEATURED IN EASTERN AND WESTERN TREASURES
Yes that's our treasurer Bill featured in the July issue. Of course we know of his many great finds.
MEDIEVAL RING FOUND IN ENGLAND
One lucky metal detectorist uncovered the ring in South Creake, Norfolk in February which dates back to 14th century.
The 600-year old gold ring engraved with St George and the Dragon brings new insight to the saint's medieval followers in Norwich, an expert has told the BBC.
DID YOU KNOW?
Our local clubs, including Mass Treasure Hunting Association
were mentioned in the March issue of Yankee Magazine in an article about Treasure Hunting.