Gold Coast Treasure Club
West Palm Beach, Fl

We are a not-for-profit group devoted to hunting for coins, jewelry, relics, and artifacts. Members use metal detectors on land and in shallow water. Members are available to recover lost property on the beaches or in public parks.


 

The club has monthly meetings with speakers and programs. Members also bring their monthly finds for display. Meetings are the second Thursday of every month at 7:00 PM, January-November. The meetings are located at the West Palm Beach Science Museum in Dreher Park, West Palm Beach, Florida. Guest are welcomed. Directions & Map

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GCTC Board Directors

President
Frank Nash 786-269-5744

Vice-President:
Sue Chonoles 561-262-8621

Secretary:
Jan Smirnow: 561-376-6211
jansboat@gmail.com

Treasurer:
Laurie Haire - 954-593-4800

Board Members

Website Administrator:
John Lobota
papertiq@bellsouth.net

Newsletter Editor:
Jack Kazee
KAZEE_JACK@comcast.net

Committees

Hunt Master Committee
Jan S, Cheryl P, Tom L. and Bob D

Photographer:
Jack Kazee

Librarian:
Vern Blausey

Refreshment:
Ingrid and Jim Orlando

Prize Coordinator:
Jan Smirnow

Membership:
Tom Lieberman

 

Club Mailing Address & Contact:
Gold Coast Treasure Club
5566 Ainsley Court
Boynton Beach, FL 33437
Secrretary: Jan Smirnow
Cell 561-376-6211
Email
: gctctreasureclub@yahoo.com

Activities:

Besides the meetings the club also has monthly hunts. Some hunts are planted and other hunts are held on private sites where permission has been granted to hunt. Some private sites have been campgrounds, fairgrounds, race tracks, etc. Also the club has a holiday party in December and picnics throughout the year

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2017 Treasure Hunter of the Year
Top Hunters & Best Finds

Detectorist Code of Ethics

1. Always check Federal, State, County and local laws before searching.

2. Respect private property and do not enter private property without the owner’s permission.

3. Take care to refill all holes and do no damage.

4. Remove and dispose of any and all trash and litter found.

5. Appreciate and protect our inheritance of natural resources, wildlife and private property.

6. Act as an ambassador for the hobby; use thoughtfulness, consideration and courtesy at all times.

7. Never destroy historical or archeological treasures.

8. All treasure hunters may be judged by the example you set; always conduct yourself with courtesy and consideration for others.

 

Treasure Forums


South Florida Treasure & Metal Detecting Forum

The Treasure Depot
The Find Mall
TreasureNet

Methods for Conserving
Archaeological Material from Underwater Sites
Conservation Research Laboratory
Texas A&M University (pdf)

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Local Resources:

25 different Florida Beach Cams Live
Jupiter Inlet Beach Cam

Palm Beach County Guide to Services 2017 pdf
80 pages incl. Parks, Recreation & Much More

St Lucie Parks & Recreation
Palm Beach County Parks & Recreation
Broward County Parks & Recreation
Martin County Parks & Recreation

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