NOTE: A meeting is not held in December.
An Informal Group Hunt is held on the Saturday following each monthly meeting. A schedule for this next year’s hunts with dates and locations will be developed and will be included below once it has been established. Check back in 2018. Updates or changes to the schedule may be made in the future so check back from time-to-time. Members may arrive at any time and stay as long as they wish. This is a good way for newer members or beginners to work with members with more experience to pick up detecting tips and methods and to learn how to more effectively use their detectors.
2018 INFORMAL GROUP HUNT SCHEDULE
The Informal Group Hunt Schedule for 2018 will be posted here in the future-check back later.
MEETING LOCATION FOR 2018:
The meeting location for 2018 will continue as it has been for 2017. It is the Town Hall building at 9351 Guthrie Avenue in Woodson Terrace, MO 63134. It is located about one block South of Natural Bridge Road at the intersection of Woodson Road (Highway EE) and Guthrie on the East side of Woodson Road just behind the 7-11 located on the corner. If coming from the North on Woodson, turn left at the Guthrie stoplight and if coming from the South on Woodson, turn right at the Guthrie stoplight. It is a small white building with what looks like a front porch where the main entrance is. There are a few parking spaces around the perimeter of the building, but it is suggested that members park across Guthrie in the North end of the Dollar General parking lot. Meeting start time and the third Thursday of the month remains the same. Doors will open between 6:00 and 6:30 PM.
Dates for 2018 meetings:
September 23 (Fall Hunt)
“SCAVENGER HUNT” CONTEST RESULTS FOR 2017
The November meeting ended this year’s scavenger hunt and the winners are: First- Jesse Draper; Second-Tom Miller; and Third-John Quinn. Check back soon for the new list of “Items to Find” for the already planned scavenger hunt for 2018.
The club has decided to host another “Scavenger Hunt” for 2018. The hunt begins 20 January and will end at the October Meeting and the winners will be announced at the November meeting. Prizes will be for the first, second, and third place winners. Check the latest newsletter during next year, on the newsletter page, for the current standings. A list of the things to find will be posted below along with the rules:
ITEMS TO FIND: (must be detected)(List to be provided soon)
RULES: Member with the highest number of finds is the winner. A found item can be used in only one category and only one item per category. A tracking sheet will be provided at each meeting to record member’s finds. The Honor System will apply, but it would be interesting if the items were brought to the monthly meeting so we can keep a status of who is currently leading and what items were found. Tie breaker will be by date. Prizes are Silver rounds or a club membership. The geographic area is the Planet Earth, so bring your detectors when you travel!!! Please contact a board member if you have any questions.