June 1, 2024 Minutes

11 present

President opened with welcoming to all.

Last minutes approved by motion made by Betty Goolsby and 2nd by Gary Bunyard

Treasury Report given by Gary Goolsby and approved by motion made by Tom Ashworth and 2nd by Gary B.

$1594.37 in our checking account including $694.84 set back for raffles.

Some discussion on possibility of buying some items for raffles but at the moment we still have plenty of donated items coming in. If you have items to donate for the raffle, please feel free to do so. Remember all bought raffle tickets go into jug for the big December drawing.

Interesting items found by Gary B. and Tom A., were displayed from the last outing.

New Business: June 22 at 8:00am will be our next outing at the Burnet Rodeo Grounds.  TAMDC Treasure show will be at Hearne, Tx., June 29-30. Information found at TAMDC website. Deadline for metal detecting entry forms approaching soon.

We can always use info for some hunt locations. If anyone knows of a good location for the club to hunt, please let us know and liability forms are available if needed.

Our next club meeting will be at the Kingsland Library as usual, 10:00 am July 6th.

Tom spoke on metal detectors and how to discern what type one may need, taking account of personal budget and environment for detecting. Consider what type of hunting you want to do, be it coins, relics or underwater detecting. Different metal detectors have different frequencies. Different coils are also available for different type hunting and ground balancing is an important factor in any type of metal detectors. New info always coming out, do your research, good used metal detectors can be found and work well too. Earl reminded us that one can always repeat the same area, because there is always something that is missed. Discrimination, coil size, and learning the sounds of your particular detector is important. So get your detectors going and find your “treasures!”.

Several raffles done, prizes awarded and meeting adjourned at 11:15.

Respectfully submitted

Peggy Theiss