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CTTC Newsletter - March 2020

Posted by [email protected] on March 22, 2020 at 9:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Central Texas Treasure Club

Newsletter

 

March 2020 Meeting

 

Website links: http://centraltexastreasureclub.webs.com

Email: [email protected]

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/468623476667619/

 

IMPORTANT: Coronavirus Notice! Due to the panic over the coronavirus, city officials in Early and Brownwood have closed their public meeting facilities, including our usual meeting place at the Early Chamber of Commerce Building at least until March 29th. At that time, they’ll either extend the ban or lift it but, given the current conditions, I don’t expect it to be lifted before our scheduled April 7th meeting. I and other officers are monitoring the situation closely and weighing all possible options. I had considered holding it at a park pavilion but those sites are also closed to groups of 10 or more people. I’m withholding our meeting room rent payment until the situation is resolved. Our New Membership Recruitment Contest will end the night of our regularly scheduled April 7th meeting, as planned, whether we hold the meeting or not so if you have new members you want to sign up before that date, you need to contact Jay Longley to set up a time to pay the dues and turn in the membership applications. Currently John Flemming is in the lead with one new membership. I or Janice (our new Secretary) will attempt to notify all members as things change.

Minutes from the March 3rd meeting:

 

• Jay called the meeting to order. We had 20 people in attendance. Two new members joined at this meeting. Welcome, Rose Young & Linda Oglesby!

 

• The Pledge of Allegiance was recited.

 

• Travis Winn gave the Vice President’s Report. Janice Sims & Sandy Salmon volunteered to bring refreshments for our April 7th meeting. Our new member Rose Young volunteered to give a program about Rocks.

 

• Jay gave the Treasurer’s Report for Amanda who couldn’t attend.  The balance includes money from ticket sales for our 2020 Gold Coin Raffle. Mike was given a check and he gave it to Bob Turner in payment for silver coins for our October Hunt.

 

• Mike Alldredge gave the Hunt Master's Report and updated us on the ongoing Gold Coin Raffle. Jay has some flyers with the Raffle info and coin photo so if you need one to show to prospective buyers, you can pick one up at the meeting. Please get busy and sell those tickets as we need to sell a lot more to cover the expenses of the October Hunt that we’re taken from our club’s treasury account.

 

• Pete asked for unusual treasure hunting stories that happened in February. If you’ve had an unusual treasure hunting experience this month, please share it with us at the meeting.

 

• Jay buried a new CTTC Treasure Cache before the meeting.  He gave a clue to its location at the meeting.  The clue was included in this Newsletter that was sent to all dues-paid members.  If you are a member and need to know the clue, call Jay at (325)646-1000 and he will give it to you so you can write it down.

 

• Janice Sims saved the day by volunteering to accept our vacant Secretary’s position. She was nominated and approved by acclamation at the meeting! Thank you, Janice!

 

• We have plenty of both regular and “Can I Metal Detect Your Yard” short-sleeve CTTC t-shirts for sale for $15 each.

 

• Jay emailed an updated CTTC Membership Roster to members late in February and passed out copies to those in attendance who requested them.

 

• Jay also announced 2 new Members Only Challenges that began after the February meeting –

 

• John Meeks won a beautiful 1889-S Proof U.S. Centennial of the Congress half dollar that we gave away as a Special Finds-of-the-Month contest. Congratulations, John!

 

• Membership Recruitment Challenge! The member who signs up the most new CTTC memberships from February 4th through the middle of our April 7th meeting will win a beautiful 1889-S Proof U.S. Centennial of the Congress half dollar! When you recruit a new member, be sure to remind them to put “Referred by (your name)” on their membership application so you will be given credit for that membership. Please read Notice at the top of this newsletter for updates.

 

• If your membership dues are owed you can’t make the April meeting or if it’s canceled due to coronavirus, you can renew your memberships by mailing them to: Jay Longley, CTTC, 2207 Ave. B, Brownwood, Texas 76801 Please contact Jay if you have questions or concerns.

 

• We discussed possible youth groups that may be interested in letting us hold an Introduction to Metal Detecting program for them. A few possibilities were given by members but we’ll have to put that on hold until after the coronavirus panic passes.

 

 

 

Topics to be discussed at future meetings:

 

• What’s on your mind? Raise your hand and say “I want to discuss… This is our club and everyone has a voice.

• Is anyone interested in a giving a program for a future meeting? You determine the topic. Just let Jay know.

 

 

 

Responsible hunting will keep the hobby alive for everyone else! Please follow the Treasure Hunter's Code of Ethics so that all of us can continue to enjoy this enjoyable hobby and perhaps, even get lucky and find our fortunes!

 

• I will respect private property and will do no treasure hunting without the property owner's permission.

• I will fill in all holes I dig.

• I will not damage natural resources, wildlife habitats, or any private property.

• I will use thoughtfulness, consideration, and courtesy always.

• I will build fires in designated or safe places only.

• I will leave gates as found.

• I will remove and properly dispose of any trash that I find.

• I will not litter.

• I will not destroy property, buildings, or what is left of ghost towns and deserted structures.

• I will not tamper with signs, structural facilities, or equipment.

• And, finally, the most important one of all -- I will have fun!!

If we all follow these simple rules while metal detecting or treasure hunting, we will go a long way to keeping the public on our side in the fight to protect our rights.

 

 

 

 

March marble Drawing – No winners for March. The Marble pot stands at $$78 to start the April or next draw.

 

 

• March Door Prize Winners: 1st – 90% 1962 XF silver Franklin half dollar – Woodie Hudspeth. 2nd was a nice treasure/trash pouch donated by Roseanna Sheller. It was won by Sandy Salmon. Several other prizes were won by others in attendance. Congratulations to the winners!

Remember that both members and guests may get tickets for our Door Prize Drawing.

 

 

 

 

Current “Finds of the Month” Standing:

 

2020

January 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins

JPM

 

Relics

M Unusual

John Meeks

Mike A.

 

Charlie B.

Charlie B. Charlie B.

Charlie B.

 

Pete Morgan

John Meeks John F.

Tie- John M. & Jim S.

John Meeks

Pete Morgan

February 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins

JPM

 

Relics

M Unusual

 

John Meeks

Tie: Charlie B. & John F.

John Meeks

John Meeks Charlie B.

John Meeks

 

Charlie B.

Charlie B. John F.

 

 

Jay Longley

Tie: Mike A. & Woodie H.

March 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins

JPM

 

Relics

 

 

M. Unusual John Meeks

Jay Longley

 

John Meeks

 

 

Charlie B. Charlie B.

John Meeks

 

John F.

 

 

Jay Longley John Fleming

Tie: Pete M. & Charlie B.

Tie: Jay Longley & Charlie B.

John Meeks

 

 

 

Points Year To Date:

 

John Meeks – 27 points

Charlie Batten – 26 points

John Flemming – 13 points

Mike Alldredge – 4 points

Pete Morgan – 4 points

Jay Longley – 7 points

Woodie Hudspeth – 1 point

Jim Salmon – 1 point

 

 

 

 

REMINDER:

• Our next regular meeting is Tuesday, April 7th at 6:30 p.m. at the Early Chamber of Commerce building, 104 E. Industrial Blvd, Early, Texas. – Please see Notice at top of Newsletter!

• If you haven’t already paid your club dues, please be sure to bring payment to the next meeting.

• Bring a friend to the next metal detector meeting…Remember…. Prizes everywhere!!!

• Be thinking about a program YOU could bring for the club, and about volunteering to do it!

• MOST IMPORTANT…. stop by for some food and fellowship!!!

 

Central Texas Treasure Club

Meets at: 104 E. Industrial Blvd, Early, Texas

Mail to: 2207 Ave. B, c/o Jay Longley, Brownwood, Texas 76801

 

A Little Story with some Lessons

Posted by [email protected] on March 8, 2020 at 8:10 PM Comments comments (0)

A little story, from today, with a lesson or two.

Since it looked like it could rain at any time this afternoon, instead of taking a short metal detecting trip out of town like I had planned, I figured I'd just detect at a city park for an hour and see what I could find. After being there for only about 15 minutes and finding just one modern penny, a young man and his little daughter walked up and the dad and I started talking about metal detecting. He said he lived nearby and pointed to his house and told me that he let a guy metal detect his front yard a while back and that the guy had found a few old coins but "left holes everywhere"! Well, those of you who really know me, know that nothing makes me madder than to hear of inconsiderate detector users who don't take the time to dig and refill their holes properly and meticulously. I think he could tell that I was disturbed about hearing of the mess the jerk made of his front yard, even before I told him about our club and how neatly refilling holes is a top priority for our members. I handed him a club card and he invited me to go over to his yard and try my luck! Of course, I took him up on the offer, drove over there, and started detecting the front yard. His little girl, probably about two years old, was fascinated with my "treasure hunting" and she watched me through her front window for several minutes. Her dad soon brought her outside and they sat on the porch together, watching me dig. I dug a couple of pieces of junk first, then found a 1960 penny. Closer to the street, I got a strong signal on my Mojave, dug out a neat plug, and recovered a 1946 90% silver Roosevelt dime at about 5 inches! I held it up for them to see and they both hurried down the sidewalk to take a look at it. The little girl was tickled when I told her I had found some "real money". I detected the yard for about an hour and a half and dug probably 25 or 30 small plugs with my 3-in-1 Digging Knife and refilled my holes flawlessly so that no one could even tell I had been there. I found about 4 or 5 modern pennies, a 1971 nickel, 3 wheat cents from the 1940s, the 1946 silver Roosevelt dime, a child's bent aluminum "monster face" ring, a beautiful old thimble in perfect shape, several small pieces of scrap brass, and of course several of the usual trash targets. The good news is that I only detected about 1/3 of the yard and when I showed the man what I'd found, he said I was welcome back anytime when he's at home!

- Jay Longley, President, Central Texas Treasure Club


Welcome to our Newest Members!

Posted by [email protected] on March 5, 2020 at 9:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Welcome to our two new members who joined at our regular monthly meeting on Tuesday - Linda Oglesby & Rose Young!

 

Linda joined with an Individual Membership and Rose joined with a Family Membership.

 

I will be sending out their contact information to our dues-paid members tomorrow so you can add it to your new Membership Roster. Our club now has a total of 50 Memberships!

 

Members have until the middle of our April 7th meeting to refer new members and to become eligible to compete in our current Membership Recruitment Challenge.

 

Treasure Hunting Season is going into full-swing this month with warm weather on the horizon so if you haven't yet joined our club, I encourage you to so you can be included in this year's many exciting, fun, and rewarding activities and events!

 

Next month, we will hold our annual Members Only April Surprise Hunt at a site to be determined.

 

Dues for CTTC Membership are:

 

Individual Membership (1 year, full 12 months): $20

 

Family Membership (1 year, full 12 months): $25

 

You can also join by mail. Simply send an email to: [email protected]  with your email address and I will send you a CTTC Membership Application.


CTTC February 2020 Newsletter

Posted by [email protected] on February 24, 2020 at 9:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Central Texas Treasure Club

Newsletter

February 2020 Meeting

 Website links: http://centraltexastreasureclub.webs.com

Email: [email protected]

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/468623476667619/

Minutes from the February 4th meeting:

 • Jay called the meeting to order. We had 23 members and no visitors in attendance. Ramona Dahl from Lampasas joined our club by mail in January and attended this meeting. Welcome, Ramona!

 • Jason led the Pledge of Allegiance.

 • Travis Winn gave the Vice President’s Report. Charlie & Rose volunteered to bring refreshments for our March 3rd meeting. Our newest member Ramona will give a program about Relics that she’s found and collected over the past 40 years.

 • Jay gave the Treasurer’s Report for Amanda who was sick and couldn’t attend.  The balance includes money from ticket sales for our 2020 Gold Coin Raffle.

 • Mike Alldredge gave the Hunt Master's Report. He said he’s searching for a place to have a members only club hunt and welcomes any suggestions from our members. Jay has some flyers with the Raffle info and coin photo so if you need one to show to prospective buyers, you can pick one up at the meeting. Please remember to turn in all money from tickets you sold this month to Mike at the next meeting. Mike also purchased some coins for our October Open Competition Hunt and he recommended a new app called Land Glide (fee required) to help identify land plots and their owners.

 • Pete asked for unusual treasure hunting stories that happened in January. If you’ve had an unusual treasure hunting experience this month, please share it with us at the meeting.

 • Since no one reported finding the last Treasure Cache that Woodie buried and he couldn’t find it either when he checked on it, Jay will bury a new cache this month and will give a clue to everyone attending our March meeting.

 • Jay purchased 10 very nice 90% Franklin half dollars for $74.99 to use as Door Prizes over the next several months. Both visitors and members may purchase tickets to our monthly Door Prize Drawing at the meetings. 1 ticket per $1 donation.

 • We have plenty of both regular and “Can I Metal Detect Your Yard” short-sleeve CTTC t-shirts for sale for $15 each.

 • Jay announced that he will be emailing an updated CTTC Membership Roster to members late in February.

 • Jay also announced 2 new Members Only Challenges that began after the February meeting –

 • Special Finds-of-the-Month Challenge! We will be adding an extra incentive for members to get busy finding treasure before our March 3rd meeting. After the F.O.T.M. votes are counted, I will place 4 tickets, one for each F.O.T.M. category, into a bucket and the night's winner of the category whose ticket is drawn from the bucket will win a beautiful 1889-S Proof U.S. Centennial of the Congress half dollar! I urge all members to read and understand the section of our club's By-Laws detailing rules for our F.O.T.M. contest. I will be strictly enforcing these rules this year. Cheating will not be tolerated. Only items found during the month preceding the meeting, that you found with a metal detector or with your eyes while metal detecting, are allowed to be entered!

 • Membership Recruitment Challenge! The member who signs up the most new CTTC memberships from February 4th through the middle of our April 7th meeting will win a beautiful 1889-S Proof U.S. Centennial of the Congress half dollar! When you recruit a new member, be sure to remind them to put “Referred by (your name)” on their membership application so you will be given credit for that membership.

 • If your membership dues are owed and you can’t attend the March meeting you can renew your memberships by mailing them to: Jay Longley, CTTC, 2207 Ave. B, Brownwood, Texas 76801 Please contact Jay if you have questions or concerns.

 • We’re still badly in need of a club Secretary so if you think you can handle the job, please let us know.

 Topics to be discussed at future meetings:

 • What’s on your mind? Raise your hand and say “I want to discuss… This is our club and everyone has a voice.

• Is anyone interested in a giving a program for a future meeting? You determine the topic. Just let Jay know.

 

Responsible hunting will keep the hobby alive for everyone else! Please follow the Treasure Hunter's Code of Ethics so that all of us can continue to enjoy this enjoyable hobby and perhaps, even get lucky and find our fortunes!

 • I will respect private property and will do no treasure hunting without the property owner's permission.

• I will fill in all holes I dig.

• I will not damage natural resources, wildlife habitats, or any private property.

• I will use thoughtfulness, consideration, and courtesy always.

• I will build fires in designated or safe places only.

• I will leave gates as found.

• I will remove and properly dispose of any trash that I find.

• I will not litter.

• I will not destroy property, buildings, or what is left of ghost towns and deserted structures.

• I will not tamper with signs, structural facilities, or equipment.

• And, finally, the most important one of all -- I will have fun!!

If we all follow these simple rules while metal detecting or treasure hunting, we will go a long way to keeping the public on our side in the fight to protect our rights.

 February marble Drawing – No winners for February. The Marble pot stands at $65 to start the March draw.

 • February Door Prize Winners: 1st – 90% silver Franklin half dollar – George Silva. Congratulations to the winners!

Remember that both members and guests may get tickets for our Door Prize Drawing.

 Current “Finds of the Month” Standing:

 

2020

January                   1st                                                                                              2nd                                                                                     3rd

Coins:            John Meeks                                                                           Charlie Batten                                                                        John Flemming

JPM:              Mike Alldredge                                                                        Charlie Batten                                           Tie - John Meeks & Jim Salmon

 

Relics:          Charlie Batten                                                                         Pete Morgan                                                                               John Meeks

M Unusual:  Charlie Batten                                                                         John Meeks                                                                               Pete Morgan

***********

February                   1st                                                                                                2nd                                                                                        3rd

Coins:               John Meeks                                                                         Charlie Batten                                                                                   John F.

JPM:                  Tie - Charlie B. & John F.                                                   John Meeks

 

Relics:              John Meeks                                                                          Charlie Batten                                                                         Jay Longley

M Unusual:       John Meeks                                                                          Charlie Batten                                                  Tie - Mike Alldredge & Woodie H.

************

 

 

Points Year To Date:

 

Charlie Batten – 19 points

John Meeks – 18 points

John Flemming – 5 points

Mike Alldredge – 4 points

Pete Morgan – 3 points

Jay Longley – 1 point

Woodie Hudspeth – 1 point

Jim Salmon – 1 point

 

 

 

 

REMINDER:

• Our next regular meeting is Tuesday, March 3rd at 6:30 p.m. at the Early Chamber of Commerce building, 104 E. Industrial Blvd, Early, Texas.

• If you haven’t already paid your club dues, please be sure to bring payment to the next meeting.

• Bring a friend to the next metal detector meeting…Remember…. Prizes everywhere!!!

• Be thinking about a program YOU could bring for the club, and about volunteering to do it!

• MOST IMPORTANT…. stop by for some food and fellowship!!!

 

Central Texas Treasure Club

Meets at: 104 E. Industrial Blvd, Early, Texas

Mail to: 2207 Ave. B, c/o Jay Longley, Brownwood, Texas 76801

 

CTTC January 2020 Newsletter

Posted by [email protected] on February 9, 2020 at 9:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Central Texas Treasure Club

Newsletter

 January 2020 Meeting

 Website links: http://centraltexastreasureclub.webs.com

Email: [email protected]

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/468623476667619/

Minutes from the January 7th meeting:

 • Jay called the meeting to order. We had 26 members and no visitors in attendance. Ramona Dahl from Lampasas joined our club by mail since the January meeting. She plans to attend our February 4th meeting. Welcome, Ramona!

 • The Pledge of Allegiance was led.

 • Travis Winn gave the Vice President’s Report. Jason Blackburn and Roseann Sheller volunteered to bring refreshments to the February meeting. Travis will give the February program on Electrolysis for cleaning and restoring treasure finds.

 • Amanda gave the Treasurer’s Report. Our bank balance was $2256.61 .  She announced that she paid our club’s meeting room rent for the next 3 months, through the March meeting, for $105.

 

• Mike Alldredge gave the Hunt Master's Report. Mike showed the beautiful coins for this year’s Gold Coin Raffle, passed out tickets for members to sell, and collected money for those already sold. Jay has some flyers with the Raffle info and coin photo so if you need one to show to prospective buyers, you can pick one up at the meeting. Please remember to turn in all money from tickets you sold this month to Mike at the next meeting.

 

• Pete asked for unusual treasure hunting stories that happened in November. If you’ve had an unusual treasure hunting experience this month, please share it with us at the meeting.

 

• Woodie Hudspeth was asked to give an update or a new clue to where to look for the Treasure Cache. No members reported finding it and Woodie said that he checked on it and he couldn’t find it so Jay will bury a new one before the February meeting and announce the clue at the meeting.

 

• Pete Morgan showed his beautiful CTTC 2019 Treasure Hunter of the Year plaque that he purchased with his prize money. It was suggested that we might start giving plaques instead of a cash prize for future Treasure Hunter of the Year winners. We will consider that and vote on it at some future meeting.

 

• The club also discussed future possible special club events including hosting another Introduction to Metal Detecting program, like we held for Boy Scout Troop 14 last year, our April Surprise Hunt, and special challenge events like last year’s Penny, Nickel, and Pop-Top Challenges.

 

• Travis sold club t-shirts at the meeting so we only have a few long-sleeve shirts remaining at $18 each but we have plenty of short-sleeve shirts for sale for $15 each.

 

• Club cards were passed around.

 

• Five members, whose dues were due in January, remain unpaid while 4 members’ dues are due this month. If you’re one of these, please bring your dues payment to the meeting and pay Amanda.

 

• If your membership dues are owed and you can’t attend the February meeting you can renew your memberships by mailing them to: Jay Longley, CTTC, 2207 Ave. B, Brownwood, Texas 76801 Please contact Jay if you have questions or concerns.

 

• We’re still badly in need of a club Secretary so if you think you can handle the job, please let us know.

 

 

 

Topics to be discussed at future meetings:

 

• What’s on your mind? Raise your hand and say “I want to discuss… This is our club and everyone has a voice.

• Is anyone interested in a giving a program for a future meeting? You determine the topic. Just let Jay know.

 

 

 

Responsible hunting will keep the hobby alive for everyone else! Please follow the Treasure Hunter's Code of Ethics so that all of us can continue to enjoy this enjoyable hobby and perhaps, even get lucky and find our fortunes!

 

• I will respect private property and will do no treasure hunting without the property owner's permission.

• I will fill in all holes I dig.

• I will not damage natural resources, wildlife habitats, or any private property.

• I will use thoughtfulness, consideration, and courtesy always.

• I will build fires in designated or safe places only.

• I will leave gates as found.

• I will remove and properly dispose of any trash that I find.

• I will not litter.

• I will not destroy property, buildings, or what is left of ghost towns and deserted structures.

• I will not tamper with signs, structural facilities, or equipment.

• And, finally, the most important one of all -- I will have fun!!

If we all follow these simple rules while metal detecting or treasure hunting, we will go a long way to keeping the public on our side in the fight to protect our rights.

 

 

 

 

January marble Drawing – No winners for January.

 

 

• January Door Prize Winners: 1st – 90% silver half dollar – Fain McDaniel. Congratulations to the winners!

Remember that both members and guests may get tickets for our Door Prize Drawing.

 

 

 

 

Current “Finds of the Month” Standing:

 

2020

January 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins

JPM

 

Relics

M Unusual

John Meeks

Mike A.

 

Charlie B.

Charlie B. Charlie B.

Charlie B.

 

Pete Morgan

John Meeks John F.

Tie- John M. & Jim S.

John Meeks

Pete Morgan

 

Points Year To Date:

 

Charlie Batten – 10 points

John Meeks – 7 points

Mike Alldredge – 3 points

Pete Morgan – 3 points

Jim Salmon – 1 point

John Flemming – 1 point

 

 

 

REMINDER:

• Our next regular meeting is Tuesday, February 4th at 6:30 p.m. at the Early Chamber of Commerce building, 104 E. Industrial Blvd, Early, Texas.

• If you haven’t already paid your club dues, please be sure to bring payment to the next meeting.

• Bring a friend to the next metal detector meeting…Remember…. Prizes everywhere!!!

• Be thinking about a program YOU could bring for the club, and about volunteering to do it!

• MOST IMPORTANT…. stop by for some food and fellowship!!!

 

Central Texas Treasure Club

Meets at: 104 E. Industrial Blvd, Early, Texas

Mail to: 2207 Ave. B, c/o Jay Longley, Brownwood, Texas 76801


 

CTTC December 2019 Newsletter

Posted by [email protected] on December 29, 2019 at 10:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Central Texas Treasure Club

Newsletter December 2019 Meeting

 Website links: http://centraltexastreasureclub.webs.com

Email: [email protected]

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/468623476667619/

Minutes from the December 3rd meeting:

 • Jay called the meeting to order. We had 24 in attendance. Will Holland joined our club at our October Open Competition Hunt and I just noticed it when I was finalizing the Hunt paperwork this month. Welcome, Will !

 • The Pledge of Allegiance was led.

 • Travis Winn gave the Vice President’s Report. Jerome and Bryant volunteered to bring refreshments for our January 7th meeting.

 • Jay gave the Treasurer’s Report for Amanda who was unable to attend.

 • Mike Alldredge gave the Hunt Master's Report. Mike was paid for all the coins and new raffle tickets so we can start selling the tickets now. Mike sent me photos of the Raffle coins so I’ll be preparing a flyer with the photos on it that members can show to prospective ticket buyers. Remember the Gold Coin Raffle proceeds fund our annual Open Competition Hunt.

 • Pete asked for unusual treasure hunting stories that happened in November. Jason Moore told about his experience digging up a large iron wheel rim which he brought to the meeting. It won him 1st Place in the Finds of the Month contest for Relics.

 • We had a great CTTC Christmas Party on December 10th at the Section Hand. We had about 30 members in attendance and everyone had a good time and lots of laughs.

 • Cash prizes were awarded for the 2019 CTTC Treasure Hunter of the Year Contest

 ***

2019 Treasure Hunter of the Year – Pete Morgan

1st Runner-Up – John Meeks

2nd Runner-Up – Charlie Batten

3rd Runner-Up – Jay Longley

Congratulations to all the winners of this year’s contest!

***

 • This year’s CTTC Old School vs New Tech Competition Hunt was held on Saturday, November 30th. The New Tech Team of John Meeks, Jerome Spencer, Pete Morgan, and Charlie Batten beat the Old School Team of John Flemming, Jay Longley, Bryant Martin, and Ralph Urteaga this year. Enough about that.

 • Jay Longley gave a program entitled Dowsing for Treasure at the November meeting.

 • After finding the last CTTC Treasure Cache, Woodie Hudspeth gave a new clue to where he reburied it. It’s straight out from the flagpole at the old McDonald Field in Early in the sand.

 • Jay has our club’s order of a dozen long-sleeve Central Texas Treasure Club t-shirts in. They will be available at the January 7th meeting. The price is $18 per shirt.

 • Club cards were passed around.

 • Eight members’ renewal dues are due in January so please contact Jay if you’re not sure when yours are due.

 • If your membership dues are owed, please renew your memberships by mailing them to: Jay Longley, CTTC, 2207 Ave. B, Brownwood, Texas 76801 or paying Amanda at our next meeting to keep receiving club emails and to be able to participate in club activities. Please contact Jay if you have questions or concerns.

 • A BIG THANK YOU to all members and Sponsors who made 2019 one of the best years in our club’s 38 year history! Keep up the good work and let’s find loads of treasure in 2020! It’s out there. We just have to keep the coils to the ground to get our share!

 Topics to be discussed at future meetings:

 • What’s on your mind? Raise your hand and say “I want to discuss… This is our club and everyone has a voice.

• Is anyone interested in a giving a program for a future meeting? You determine the topic. Just let Jay know.

 

 Responsible hunting will keep the hobby alive for everyone else! Please follow the Treasure Hunter's Code of Ethics so that all of us can continue to enjoy this enjoyable hobby and perhaps, even get lucky and find our fortunes!

 • I will respect private property and will do no treasure hunting without the property owner's permission.

• I will fill in all holes I dig.

• I will not damage natural resources, wildlife habitats, or any private property.

• I will use thoughtfulness, consideration, and courtesy always.

• I will build fires in designated or safe places only.

• I will leave gates as found.

• I will remove and properly dispose of any trash that I find.

• I will not litter.

• I will not destroy property, buildings, or what is left of ghost towns and deserted structures.

• I will not tamper with signs, structural facilities, or equipment.

• And, finally, the most important one of all -- I will have fun!!

If we all follow these simple rules while metal detecting or treasure hunting, we will go a long way to keeping the public on our side in the fight to protect our rights.

 December marble Drawing – No winners for December.

 • December Door Prize Winners: 1st – Linda, 2nd – Rose, 3rd – Rose, 4th – Linda. Congratulations to the winners!

Remember that both members and guests may get tickets for our Door Prize Drawing.

***

 

Current “Finds of the Month” Standing:

 

January 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins John M Jay Mike

JPM Jay John M Mike / Pete

Relics John M Jay Pete

M Unusual Pete /Jay John M

February 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Pete M John M Aaron

JPM Pete A John M Pete M

Relics Ralph/John M Woody Jay

M Unusual Aaron Jay/John M Woody/Charlie

March 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Charlie Pete M John M

JPM Pete M Otto John M

Relics Pete M John M Charlie

M Unusual Woody Jimmy Pete M

April 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins John M Charlie John F

JPM Pete M John M Ralph

Relics Charlie John M Jimmie

M Unusual Charlie Pete M Jay

May 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Pete M Charlie John M

JPM John M Pete M

Relics John M Pete M Jay

M Unusual Charlie Pete M John M

June 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Pete M Mary John M

JPM Jay John M Pete M

Relics Pete M Charlie John M

M Unusual Pete M Charlie JD Smith

July 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Pete M John M Charlie B

JPM John F John M Pete M

Relics Charlie B Pete M John M John F

M Unusual Pete M Charlie B John M Jay

August 1st 2nd 3rd

 

Coins Charlie Batten

1839 dime! Jay Longley Pete Morgan

 JPM Pete Morgan Jay Longley Charlie Batten

 Relics Pete Morgan Charlie Batten Jay Longley

Most Unusual

Tie for 1st

Charlie Batten & Pete Morgan Jay Longley

September 1st 2nd 3rd

 Coins Tie: Pete Morgan & John Meeks Charlie Batten

 JPM Pete Morgan Jay Longley Charlie Batten

 Relics Jason Moore Charlie Batten Pete Morgan

 Most Unusual Charlie Batten Pete Morgan John Meeks

October 1st 2nd 3rd

 Coins Charlie Batten Monte Conrad Pete Morgan

 JPM Charlie Batten Pete Morgan John Meeks

 Relics Charlie Batten John Meeks Monte Conrad

 Most Unusual Pete Morgan Charlie Batten John Meek

November 1st 2nd 3rd

 Coins Charlie Batten Pete Morgan John Meeks

 JPM Pete Morgan Charlie Batten Jay Longley

 Relics Pete Morgan John Meeks Charlie Batten

 Most Unusual John Meeks Pete Morgan Charlie Batten

December 1st 2nd 3rd

 Coins Pete Morgan John Flemming John Meeks

 JPM John Flemming John Meeks

 Relics Jason Moore John Meeks Tie – Pete Morgan, D. McRue

***

 Points Year To Date:

 Pete M: 93 Points

John M: 70 Points

Charlie: 63 Points

Jay: 29 Points

Woody: 6 Points

John F: 12 Points

Aaron: 4 Points

Ralph: 4 Points

Pete A: 3 Points

Jason M. 6 Points

Monte C. 3 Points

Mike: 2 Points

Jimmy: 2 Points

Otto: 2 Points

Mary: 2 Points

JD: 1 Point

D. McRue 1 Point

***

 REMINDER:

• Our next regular meeting is Tuesday, January 7th at 6:30 p.m. at the Early Chamber of Commerce building, 104 E. Industrial Blvd, Early, Texas.

• If you haven’t already paid your club dues, please be sure to bring payment to the next meeting.

• Bring a friend to the next metal detector meeting…Remember…. Prizes everywhere!!!

• Be thinking about a program YOU could bring for the club, and about volunteering to do it!

• MOST IMPORTANT…. stop by for some food and fellowship!!!

 Central Texas Treasure Club

Meets at: 104 E. Industrial Blvd, Early, Texas

Mail to: 2207 Ave. B, c/o Jay Longley, Brownwood, Texas 76801


 

CTTC November 2019 Newsletter

Posted by [email protected] on November 24, 2019 at 6:05 PM Comments comments (0)

Central Texas Treasure Club

Newsletter

 November 2019 Meeting

 Website links: http://centraltexastreasureclub.webs.com

Email: [email protected]

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/468623476667619/

Minutes from the November 5th meeting:

 • Jay called the meeting to order. We had 23 in attendance. Ted Moen joined at the meeting and purchased a CTTC “Can I Metal Detect Your Yard?” t-shirt. Welcome Ted!

 • The Pledge of Allegiance was led.

 • Travis Winn gave the Vice President’s Report. Fain McDaniel and Pete Morgan volunteered to bring refreshments for our December 3rd meeting. Travis announced reservations at Section Hand Restaurant on Hwy. 377 S. in Brownwood for our Annual CTTC Christmas Party. It will be on Tuesday, December 10th at 7:00 p.m. Jay volunteered to give the December program and demonstration on Dowsing for Treasure.

 • Jay gave the Treasurer’s Report for Amanda who was unable to attend and reported the bank account balance .

 • Mike Alldredge gave the Hunt Master's Report. Mike reviewed our very successful October 2019 CTTC Open Competition Hunt. We set another new record with 67 entrants this year. Club members voted to earmark $1500 of our funds for next year’s Gold Coin Raffle

 • Pete asked for unusual treasure hunting stories that happened in October.

 • Jan Sims gave a report on our CTTC Picnic in October and reported that 25 attended and 14 hunted in the Picnic Hunt. Thank you, Don & Jan for setting up that amazing get-together! Several members said that the hotdogs were great and I agree!

 • This year’s CTTC Old School vs New Tech Competition Hunt will be held on Saturday, November 30th. Jay is still deciding on the location but will notify members of the pre-hunt gathering spot early this week. This will be a Members Only event where members on the Old School Team, using vintage detectors (30 years old or older), will compete against members on the New Tech Team who will be using modern metal detectors. We had a lot of fun at last year’s hunt which was declared a draw despite some good-natured grumbling from New Tech Team members. ALL members are eligible to hunt. Please notify Jay this week and tell him which team you’ll be hunting on. A Special Prize token will be buried before the hunt. When redeemed, it will be good for a valuable prize!

 • Mike Alldredge won Jerry Sheller’s Camp Bowie Collection. Congratulation, Mike! Total ticket sales for this raffle came to $94. Those proceeds will be given to Jerry’s beloved widow and club member Roseanna.

 • Our Officers’ Election for CTTC officers was held. Results as follows: Jay Longley was reelected President, Travis Winn was reelected Vice President, Amanda Bramblett was reelected Treasurer, and Mike Alldredge was reelected Hunt Master. Our Secretary’s position is still vacant.

 • Otto Sonnenberg gave an excellent and informative program on Collectible Currency after the conclusion of our Business Meeting. Thank you, Otto, for taking notes for the meeting and serving as Parliamentarian for our Officers Election!

 • Club cards were passed around.

 • Pete Morgan updated the Treasure Cache clue. Since the November meeting, Mike told Jay that Woodie finally found the Cache. He will rebury it and give a clue to its location at our December 3rd meeting.

 • If your membership dues are owed, please renew your memberships by mailing them to: Jay Longley, CTTC, 2207 Ave. B, Brownwood, Texas 76801 or paying Amanda at our next meeting to keep receiving club emails and to be able to participate in club activities. Please contact Jay if you have questions or concerns.

 • A BIG THANK YOU to all members, Sponsors, and guests who made our October Hunt and Picnic great successes!

 Topics to be discussed at future meetings:

• What’s on your mind? Raise your hand and say “I want to discuss… This is our club and everyone has a voice.

• Is anyone interested in a giving a program for a future meeting? You determine the topic. Just let Jay know.

 

 Responsible hunting will keep the hobby alive for everyone else! Please follow the Treasure Hunter's Code of Ethics so that all of us can continue to enjoy this enjoyable hobby and perhaps, even get lucky and find our fortunes!

• I will respect private property and will do no treasure hunting without the property owner's permission.

• I will fill in all holes I dig.

• I will not damage natural resources, wildlife habitats, or any private property.

• I will use thoughtfulness, consideration, and courtesy always.

• I will build fires in designated or safe places only.

• I will leave gates as found.

• I will remove and properly dispose of any trash that I find.

• I will not litter.

• I will not destroy property, buildings, or what is left of ghost towns and deserted structures.

• I will not tamper with signs, structural facilities, or equipment.

• And, finally, the most important one of all -- I will have fun!!

If we all follow these simple rules while metal detecting or treasure hunting, we will go a long way to keeping the public on our side in the fight to protect our rights.

 November marble Drawing – No winners for November.

 • November Door Prizes: In the hustle and bustle of November’s Door Prize Drawing, we didn’t get the names of the winners of the many door prizes given away and my memory isn’t that good. Ha. Remember that both members and guests may get tickets for our Door Prize Drawing.

 

Current “Finds of the Month” Standing:

 

January 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins John M Jay Mike

JPM Jay John M Mike / Pete

Relics John M Jay Pete

M Unusual Pete /Jay John M

February 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Pete M John M Aaron

JPM Pete A John M Pete M

Relics Ralph/John M Woody Jay

M Unusual Aaron Jay/John M Woody/Charlie

March 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Charlie Pete M John M

JPM Pete M Otto John M

Relics Pete M John M Charlie

M Unusual Woody Jimmy Pete M

April 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins John M Charlie John F

JPM Pete M John M Ralph

Relics Charlie John M Jimmie

M Unusual Charlie Pete M Jay

May 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Pete M Charlie John M

JPM John M Pete M

Relics John M Pete M Jay

M Unusual Charlie Pete M John M

June 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Pete M Mary John M

JPM Jay John M Pete M

Relics Pete M Charlie John M

M Unusual Pete M Charlie JD Smith

July 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Pete M John M Charlie B

JPM John F John M Pete M

Relics Charlie B Pete M John M John F

M Unusual Pete M Charlie B John M Jay

August 1st 2nd 3rd

 

Coins Charlie Batten

1839 dime! Jay Longley Pete Morgan

 

JPM Pete Morgan Jay Longley Charlie Batten

 

Relics Pete Morgan Charlie Batten Jay Longley

Most Unusual

Tie for 1st

Charlie Batten & Pete Morgan Jay Longley

September 1st 2nd 3rd

 

Coins Tie: Pete Morgan & John Meeks Charlie Batten

 

JPM Pete Morgan Jay Longley Charlie Batten

 

Relics Jason Moore Charlie Batten Pete Morgan

 

Most Unusual Charlie Batten Pete Morgan John Meeks

October 1st 2nd 3rd

 

Coins Charlie Batten Monte Conrad Pete Morgan

 

JPM Charlie Batten Pete Morgan John Meeks

 

Relics Charlie Batten John Meeks Monte Conrad

 

Most Unusual Pete Morgan Charlie Batten John Meek

November 1st 2nd 3rd

 

Coins Charlie Batten Pete Morgan John Meeks

 

JPM Pete Morgan Charlie Batten Jay Longley

 

Relics Pete Morgan John Meeks Charlie Batten

 

Most Unusual John Meeks Pete Morgan Charlie Batten

***

 

Points Year To Date:

 

Pete M: 86 Points

John M: 64 Points

Charlie: 63 Points

Jay: 29 Points

Woody: 6 Points

John F: 5 Points

Aaron: 4 Points

Ralph: 4 Points

Pete A: 3 Points

Jason M. 3 Points

Monte C. 3 Points

Mike: 2 Points

Jimmy: 2 Points

Otto: 2 Points

Mary: 2 Points

JD: 1 Point

****

 

 

 

REMINDER:

• Our next regular meeting is Tuesday,December 3rd at 6:30 p.m. at the Early Chamber of Commerce building, 104 E. Industrial Blvd, Early, Texas.

• If you haven’t already paid your club dues, please be sure to bring payment to the next meeting.

• Bring a friend to the next metal detector meeting…Remember…. Prizes everywhere!!!

• Be thinking about a program YOU could bring for the club, and about volunteering to do it!

• MOST IMPORTANT…. stop by for some food and fellowship!!!

 

Central Texas Treasure Club

Meets at: 104 E. Industrial Blvd, Early, Texas

Mail to: 2207 Ave. B, c/o Jay Longley, Brownwood, Texas 76801


 

CTTC Newsletter - October 2019

Posted by [email protected] on October 30, 2019 at 3:45 PM Comments comments (0)

                                                                                                       Central Texas Treasure Club

                                                                                                                      Newsletter

October 2019 Meeting

Website links: http://centraltexastreasureclub.webs.com

Email: [email protected]

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/468623476667619/

Minutes from the October 1st meeting:

• Jay called the meeting to order. We had 30 in attendance. 5 new members have joined since our September meeting – Gayle Hovorak, Patrick Wisdom, Russell Hill, Allamay Schafer, and Fain McDaniel. Welcome New Members!

• The Pledge of Allegiance was led.

• Travis Winn gave the Vice President’s Report. Travis volunteered himself and Jay to bring refreshments to the November meeting. Earlier this month, Travis made reservations at Section Hand Restaurant on Hwy. 377 S. in Brownwood for our Annual CTTC Christmas Party. It will be on Tuesday, December 10th at 7:00 p.m.

• Amanda gave the Treasurer’s Report.

• Mike Alldredge gave the Hunt Master's Report. A Pre-Hunt Meeting was planned and held on Tuesday, October 8th at the Brownwood Public Library’s Carnegie Room and volunteers were signed up for their various Hunt responsibilities.

• Pete asked for unusual treasure hunting stories that happened in August.

• Janice and Don Sims attended and finalized plans for our CTTC Picnic which was held Saturday, October 26th at Comanche City Park and which was a big success! 25 people attended the Picnic and Ralph Urteaga took home the Top Prize of the Picnic Hunt – a nice 1893 Columbian Exposition half dollar! Congratulations, Ralph!

• Jay announced that this year’s CTTC Old School vs New Tech Competition Hunt will be held late in November. This will be a Members Only event where members on the Old School Team, using vintage detectors (30 years old or older), will compete against members on the New Tech Team who will be using modern metal detectors. We had a lot of fun at last year’s hunt which was declared a draw despite some good-natured grumbling from New Tech Team members. The location, date, and time are still pending but Jay will announce further details as they become available.

• Members and guests in attendance at our November 5th meeting will have one more chance to get raffle tickets for Jerry Sheller’s Camp Bowie Collection of World War II military pins, insignia, and buttons. Proceeds will go to Jerry Sheller’s beloved widow Rosanna. Tickets are $2 donation each or 3 tickets for a $5 donation. Anyone, member or not, will be allowed to buy raffle tickets for this drawing which will be held at the middle of our November 5th meeting.

• Our Officers’ Election for ALL CTTC officers will be held during the November 5th meeting. This election will be for President, Vice President, Treasurer, Secretary (Vacant), and Hunt Master.

• Otto Sonnenberg volunteered to give the November program on Collectible Currency after the conclusion of our Business Meeting.

• Club cards were passed around.

• Our CTTC Annual Open Competition Hunt was held on Saturday, October 12th. The weather was beautiful and the Hunt was a record-breaking success with, I believe, 62 entrants!

• Pete Morgan updated the Treasure Cache clue to “It’s buried northwest of the volleyball court at Riverside Park before you get to the Nature Trail. Trees and a pole.”

• If your membership dues are owed, please renew your memberships by mailing them to: Jay Longley, CTTC, 2207 Ave. B, Brownwood, Texas 76801 or paying Amanda at our next meeting to keep receiving club emails and to be able to participate in club activities. Please contact Jay if you have questions or concerns.

• A BIG THANK YOU to all members, Sponsors, and guests who made our October Hunt and Picnic great successes!

Topics to be discussed at future meetings:

• What’s on your mind? Raise your hand and say “I want to discuss… This is our club and everyone has a voice.

• Is anyone interested in a giving a program for a future meeting? You determine the topic. Just let Jay know.

Responsible hunting will keep the hobby alive for everyone else! Please follow the Treasure Hunter's Code of Ethics so that all of us can continue to enjoy this enjoyable hobby and perhaps, even get lucky and find our fortunes!

• I will respect private property and will do no treasure hunting without the property owner's permission.

• I will fill in all holes I dig.

• I will not damage natural resources, wildlife habitats, or any private property.

• I will use thoughtfulness, consideration, and courtesy always.

• I will build fires in designated or safe places only.

• I will leave gates as found.

• I will remove and properly dispose of any trash that I find.

• I will not litter.

• I will not destroy property, buildings, or what is left of ghost towns and deserted structures.

• I will not tamper with signs, structural facilities, or equipment.

• And, finally, the most important one of all -- I will have fun!!

If we all follow these simple rules while metal detecting or treasure hunting, we will go a long way to keeping the public on our side in the fight to protect our rights.

October marble Drawing – No winners for October.

• October Door Prizes: the Salmons – 90% silver half dollar, Linda won the John Wilkes Booth newspaper, Monte Conrad won the Garrett treasure pouch, and John Flemming won the Garrett chip clip. Remember that both members and guests may get tickets for our Door Prize Drawing.

***

Current “Finds of the Month” Standing:

January 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins John M Jay Mike

JPM Jay John M Mike / Pete

Relics John M Jay Pete

M Unusual Pete /Jay John M

February 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Pete M John M Aaron

JPM Pete A John M Pete M

Relics Ralph/John M Woody Jay

M Unusual Aaron Jay/John M Woody/Charlie

March 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Charlie Pete M John M

JPM Pete M Otto John M

Relics Pete M John M Charlie

M Unusual Woody Jimmy Pete M

April 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins John M Charlie John F

JPM Pete M John M Ralph

Relics Charlie John M Jimmie

M Unusual Charlie Pete M Jay

May 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Pete M Charlie John M

JPM John M Pete M

Relics John M Pete M Jay

M Unusual Charlie Pete M John M

June 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Pete M Mary John M

JPM Jay John M Pete M

Relics Pete M Charlie John M

M Unusual Pete M Charlie JD Smith

July 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Pete M John M Charlie B

JPM John F John M Pete M

Relics Charlie B Pete M John M John F

M Unusual Pete M Charlie B John M Jay

August 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Charlie Batten

1839 dime! Jay Longley Pete Morgan

JPM Pete Morgan Jay Longley Charlie Batten

Relics Pete Morgan Charlie Batten Jay Longley

Most Unusual

Tie for 1st

Charlie Batten & Pete Morgan Jay Longley

September 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Tie: Pete Morgan & John Meeks Charlie Batten

JPM Pete Morgan Jay Longley Charlie Batten

Relics Jason Moore Charlie Batten Pete Morgan

Most Unusual Charlie Batten Pete Morgan John Meeks

October 1st 2nd 3rd

Coins Charlie Batten Monte Conrad Pete Morgan

JPM Charlie Batten Pete Morgan John Meeks

Relics Charlie Batten John Meeks Monte Conrad

Most Unusual Pete Morgan Charlie Batten John Meek

***

Points Year To Date:

Pete M: 76 Points

John M: 58 Points

Charlie: 56 Points

Jay: 28 Points

Woody: 6 Points

John F: 5 Points

Aaron: 4 Points

Ralph: 4 Points

Pete A: 3 Points

Jason M. 3 Points

Monte C. 3 Points

Mike: 2 Points

Jimmy: 2 Points

Otto: 2 Points

Mary: 2 Points

JD: 1 Point

***

REMINDER:

• Our next regular meeting is Tuesday, November 5th at 6:30 p.m. at the Early Chamber of Commerce building, 104 E. Industrial Blvd, Early, Texas.

• If you haven’t already paid your club dues, please be sure to bring payment to the next meeting.

• Bring a friend to the next metal detector meeting…Remember…. Prizes everywhere!!!

• Be thinking about a program YOU could bring for the club, and about volunteering to do it!

• MOST IMPORTANT…. stop by for some food and fellowship!!!

Central Texas Treasure Club

Meets at: 104 E. Industrial Blvd, Early, Texas

Mail to: 2207 Ave. B, c/o Jay Longley, Brownwood, Texas 76801


Central Texas Treasure Club Annual Picnic!

Posted by [email protected] on October 22, 2019 at 10:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Our annual Central Texas Treasure Club Picnic will be held this Saturday, October 26th at the Comanche City Park in Comanche, Texas and will begin at 11:00 a.m. Please remember to bring whatever food that you signed up for at our October meeting and be sure to bring your metal detector! NO Shovels allowed so bring a hand-held digging knife or tool. I have some surprises in store for those of you who want to detect after we eat. ) So make sure your detector is working properly before you come. Dues-paid Members and their families only but if you want to come and join our club at the Picnic, please do.

A Big "Thank You" to our loyal members Don and Jan Sims for setting up the Picnic this year!

Be ready to have some fun!



2019 CTTC Hunt was a Big Success!

Posted by [email protected] on October 13, 2019 at 2:15 PM Comments comments (0)

This year's CTTC Open Competition Hunt was held on Saturday, October 12th, at Allcorn Park, at 4th Street and Indian Creek Drive, in Brownwood.

What a wonderful morning of fun we had at out CTTC 2019 Open Competition Hunt in Brownwood Saturday! By the end of Registration, we had a total of 66 Hunt entrants, compared to our record number of 51 at last year's Hunt! I've heard and talked to many who attended and they all said they had a great time. Thank you to all of our friends from around the state who made the trip to Brownwood and supported our club with your attendance. We proved, today, that the health of the sport and hobby of metal detecting in Texas is excellent and that metal detecting/treasure hunting clubs are, as they always have been, the backbone of this hobby.

If anyone who attended our Hunt took photos, please share them on our Facebook message board for others to enjoy. I appreciate those of you who have already posted your photos.

Our next club activity will be our Annual CTTC Picnic on Saturday, October 26th, at Comanche City Park in Comanche, Texas.

Jay Longley, President, Central Texas Treasure Club



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