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    Dec 2003
    Porter Township, Western Schuylkill County, Pa.
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    Massachusetts Treasure Hunting Association

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    This club is active.
    Every 3rd Friday of the month we meet at The Workshop Woman's Club located at 72 Columbus Street, Newton Highlands. Doors open at 7:30 P.M. and, meeting begin at 8:00 P.M. Guests are always welcome.
    Meeting Structure
    General business
    Raffle drawings (usually a 1oz. silver bullion coin or silver dollar,on
    average we give away 7-10 depending on meeting size)
    Find-of-the-Month competition (silver is always given as prizes)
    Program (Speaker, Demonstrations, Video/Slide shows, ect...)
    Whatzit' Table
    Time between these to rub elbows with members, guests
    Coffee and snacks are always available
    Directions: From route 128 (also I-95), take route 9 east (exit 20a) towards Boston. Go about 1.3 miles and take a left at the first set of lights where you will see The Four Walls and Huntington TV ; this is woodward street. Take your second right off of woodward onto Lincoln street (the first intersection). Finally, take your fourth left off Lincoln onto Columbus street, which immediately precedes Le Soir restaurant. The Workshop Woman's Club is the first building on the right. (If coming from Boston or otherwise heading westbound on rt. 9, the directions are the same, except an easier landmark to spot would be the Home Goods on the opposite side. Take a right following Huntington TV and proceed from there as above.) If coming by the "T", take the green line to Newton Highlands.
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    Jul 2009
    Waltham, MA
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    Re: Massachusetts Treasure Hunting Association

    Hi all, my name is Jim, and I am one of the librarians of the Mass Treasure Hunting Association. Just wanted to add one of the benefits of the club is a large library of books, dvd's and even some old maps that members can check out any time free of charge covering many different areas of detecting and reference material.
    Happy Hunting!
    "Never argue with an idiot, they will drag you down to their level, and beat you with experience!"



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