I will always check Federal, State, County and local laws before searching. It is my responsibility to " KNOW THE LAW ".
I will respect private property and will not enter private property without the owner,s permission. Where possible, such permission shall be in writing.
I will take care to refill all holes and try not to leave any damage.
I will remove and dispose of any and all trash and litter that I find.
I will appreciate and protect our inheritance of natural resources, wildlife and private property.
I will as an ambassador for the hobby, use thoughtfulness, consideration and courtesy at all times.
I will work to bring unity to our hobby by working with any organization of any geographic area that may have problems that will limit their ability to peacefully pursue the hobby.
I will leave gates as found.
I will build fires in designated or safe places only.
I will report to the proper authorities any individuals who enter and or remove artifacts from Federal Parks or State Preserves.
President: Joe Szemer
Vice President: Howard Metts
Treasurer: Tom Killian
Secretary: Pete Hatzilias
Board Member: Mike Shuler
Board Member: Dimitur Alipiev
Board Member: Robert Clarke
Howard and Jeanine Metts
Joe and Pat Montione
Jim and Gerri Adams
Hunts and Raffle
Items of Interest
10,000 pieces of 300 year old gold & silver treasure found in Chinese river
Over 10,000 items from a gold and silver treasure dating back to the Ming Dynasty 300 years ago have been discovered at the bottom of a river in China.
The monumental trove, which had been sitting at the bottom of a river in southwest Chinas Sichuan Province for over 300 years, was unearthed by archaeologists.
A large number of gold, silver, and bronze coins were among some of the items recovered at the junction of the Minjiang and Jinjiang rivers about 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of Chengdu.
Saturday, February 23, 2019: ANNUAL SILVER HUNT on Redington Shores Beach at 182nd Ave.
There is a large public park and a parking area behind beach on main
road for parking.
*NOTE* This hunt is ONLY for the club members who paid their 2019 club dues
by December 31st, 2018.
Monday, February 25, 2019: Monthy Meeting
Saturday, March 30 2019: Semi-Annual Spring Club Picnic and Fun Hunt
at Fort DeSoto Park,
Pavilion 13 (this is a change from last event).
Lunch is at NOON,
Fun hunt starts promptly at 1pm. Hunt is $10.00 per digger.
Easter themed this Spring, with games, drawings, bingo board and more!
Bring the whole family for an afternoon of fun.
Open to all current members of SRARC.
Dan Sedwick sells cobs and some artifacts. He is out of Orlando
and sells a great book about cobs. Danial
Matt Mattson flies around Florida looking for treasure Sites.
He lists all of the springs in Florida plus a lot more. He publishes
a monthly newsletter and writes against the government taking
away our treasure hunting rights. Treasure
Taffi Fisher and others in the Fisher group keep up the Mel
Fisher site. If you want the weather for the east coast around
Sebastian...go to this site and click on the 1715 Operations,
then click on the WEATHER AT SEBASTION button. www.melfisher.com
Maps of the Past, Inc. has become THE destination for family genealogy, historians, geologists, treasure hunters, mineral prospectors and anyone else interested in historical maps. www.historicmapsrestored.com
THunting.com serves as a meeting place for Treasure Hunters, Detectorists and Prospectors from all over the world with many how-to tutorials, articles and interactive areas such as messageboards and directories. www.THunting.com
Lost Treasures of the Seven Seas is an interesting site with news of current and past treasure events around the world. www.oceantreasures.org