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 Welcome to our Metal Detecting Club Home Page!

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We routinely hold club meetings, seminars, and hunts for lost treasure, relics, coins, gold, silver, and jewelry!
 

 If you have lost a precious metal item and need help finding it, please contact the club president at the email below.

Club Officers
 President
 Don Mituzas
 Email contact: don824@comcast.net 
 Vice President
 Stacey Rosoff
 Secretary

 Don Mayers

 Treasurer
 Larry Cohen
 Newsletter Editor
 Carol Mayers
 Email contact: carolmayers@sbcglobal.net 
 Site Research Coordinator
 Dennis Luria
 Finds of the Month
 Todd Olsen
 Webmaster
 Brian Brouillette

Club Meeting Information
  Where?


Brewster, NY 10509

  When?
The First Tuesday each Month
7:00 PM

No meetings held in
July, August, December

  Next Meeting?
Tuesday Sept. 6, 2016

 

Andy Marussich has a great Minelab Etrac and accessories for sale.

 2015 Annual Holiday Party a Great Success!

Special Thanks to Minelab and Garrett Metal Detectors for their sponsorship

Getting ready to start one of our club hunts.

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Some of the items found at our past club hunts shown below.
 
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METAL DETECTING CODE OF ETHICS

1.  Before metal detecting public sites, always check laws, ordinances, or regulations that may govern your search.

2.  Never trespass. Always get permission when metal detecting private property.

3.  Never leave open holes. Leave the search area exactly as it was before your metal detecting.

4.  Report the discovery of any items of significant historical value to the local historian or museum.

5.  If you discover live ammo or a lethal object, don’t touch it. Mark the site and notify the police at once.

6.  Be polite and informative to those who inquire about your hobby. You are the ambassador of a pastime we want to protect and we will be judged by how you act and respond.

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