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.
Our Next Meeting wil be Friday April 21st 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.
All PAID members will be able to participate.
Something NEW and a lot of fun.
ON THE MEMBER PAGES
Photos of the Christmas Party, Annual Frostbiter Outing and Fall Outing are on the Member Pages.
Treasure Hunter of the Year has been updated for 2016 . Congrats to Ken!
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We all need to start getting militant about filling holes.
No matter where you are metal detecting (public or private property), always make sure you have permission and always make sure that you fill all your holes. Preserve this hobby for current and future generations by leaving the ground in just as good of condition as it was when you found it.
We not only “dig” history in a figurative sense, but literally, too. That is, we must dig a hole (“plug”) to extract an item. However, digging a small hole in the ground should never mean disturbing a property. The goal is to make it look like you never dug the hole in the first place.
Pick up your trash and fill in your holes! Nothing marks you as a bad operator more than leaving behind a bunch of trash and open dig holes. There is a reason most treasure pouches are made with two pockets - one for the trash and one for the treasure!
THIS YEARS END OF THE YEAR PRIZE DRAWING WILL BE
10 OZ SILVER ROUND IN SEALED CASE
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