We had a great turnout for our February meeting.  Thirty three members were in attendance which includes four new members, the Murrays and the Thomases.  Welcome to our club!  There were a lot of entries for Finds of the month.  Check out who won under the Finds of the Month Winners tab.  

A big thanks to Keith Wills for being our Speaker of the Month.  He spoke about the differences in coils, weaknesses and strengths of each.  Also, different ways to pinpoint and how to hunt under certain scenarios.  He always has great information helpful to us all.   

One of our members, Mary Hurlburt, was told by the neighbors' daughter and college student, Chloe Pipkin, that she had lost her precious grandmother's ring.  Her grandmother had just passed away last year and she had been given the ring by her mother.  The ring had great sentimental value to her and she was very distraught about having lost it.  Mary came to the rescue with her AT PRO and was successful in finding her precious ring after about twenty minutes of searching.  Way to go Mary and congratulations to Chloe!


Almonds are a member of the peach family.


Steamboats carried both people and animals. Since pigs smelled so bad they would be washed before being put on board. The mud and other filth that was washed off was considered useless “hog wash".

Pictures of Mike Ross and Keith Wills at DeValls Bluff, Arkansas in 2015
Crime Search Team certified by Garrett Electronic/Detectors out working for the Upshur County Sherriff Department searching for loose weapon at a crime scene.