CRYSTALS AND CABS
Newsletter of the Capital Mineral Club
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President - Bill Brown, PO Box 646, 3 Melody Lane, Raymond NH 03077, Phone 895-4157
Volume 3 Issue 9
Capital Mineral Club News
Inside this Issue:
April Minutes Pg 2
2002 William Wise
Mine Award Pg 3
The Portuguese Pg 4
NEFTA Field Trips Pg 5-6
Calendar of Events
Other Mineral Clubs
and Meeting Dates Pg 8
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Steffen Hermanns, CMC Editor
The CMC will meet Saturday, May 17th at 7:30 PM at the Salvation Army Building on Clinton Street in Concord, NH.
Our guest speakers for the May meeting will be Wally and Anita Cluett from Wakefield, NH. Their topic will be Meteorites.
The mineral of the month will be Meteorites. Anyone who would like to donate a mineral specimen to the club raffle please bring it with you.
Refreshments this month will be provided by Gordon and Heidi Graham.
At this month's meeting the club will be voting in officers for next year.
The nominees are as follows:
President, Gordon Jackson, Vice President, Scott Higgins
Secretary, Vince Valade, Treasurer, Don Dalaire
Other Committee People:
Show Chairmen: Gordon Graham, John McCrory
NEFTA Coordinator: Jon Herndon
Directors: Steffen Hermanns, John Hornung
The CMC's financial records have been reviewed by David Shelton,
I have reviewed the financial records of the Capital Mineral Club for the calendar year of 2002. I believe them to be accurate and complete.
Jon Herndon will be presenting the UNH field Camp Scholarship in the amount of $1500.00. This scholarship will be presented in honor of past club member, Russ Sims.
Jim Tovey will be sponsoring a trip to the Wise Mine on July 5th and 6th. The Capital Mineral Club has been given the opportunity to be the sponsor club. Interested people should sign up at the May meeting to help out at this event.
To The Old Man Of The Mountain who fell from his perch high above Profile Lake sometime during the night of May 2nd, 2003.
Rest in Peace Old Friend, you will be missed.