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Welcome Friends and Future Rockhounds

       The Ginkgo Mineral Society was formed in 1949 by a like-minded group of friends.
       They:
            - enjoyed spending time outdoors.
            - appreciated the majesty of nature.
            - liked collecting, cutting, and polishing rocks.
       These are the primary reasons the club still exists today.

       Our mission: The Ginkgo Mineral Society was formed to promote the education of mineralogy and geology; to encourage the collecting of rocks and minerals; to provide field excursions to mineral collecting areas; and to promote interest in lapidary work.

        Meeting are held monthly for sharing stories of rockhounding adventures,
          for displaying the latest finds and projects, and for enjoying each others fellowship.

The October meeting will be the 15th - Friday evening at 7 pm - at the Presbyterian Church at 200 S. Kentucky in East Wenatchee.
The featured program will be an auction for some wonderful rocks.


Digging for petrified wood
at Saddle Mountain
A good haul Garnets
Digging in hole good haul garnets

Club Officers:

President - Steven Douglass - 509.885.2213
Vice President - Carol Smith - 509.884.3349
Secretary - Bob Spurrier - 509.881.8096
Treasurer and Membership Coordinator - David Earhart 509.860.0988


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