Pen Mar News
The Pen Mar Historical Recovery Association, which has been meeting bi-monthly since 1980 is a non-profit organization composed of men and women interested in the responsible use of metal detecting as a hobby. Club meetings are normally held at the National Apple Museum in Biglerville on the 2nd Tuesday of every other month. Each meeting includes displays of items recently recovered with a metal detector, refreshments, and fellowship. An annual planted club hunt is held on the 1st Saturday of October, with additional hunts during the year. For more information or a membership application, contact Bill Hoffman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 12, 2017
Pen Mar Historical Recovery Association Meeting
7:00 PM at the National Apple Museum in Biglerville.
PROGRAM: We are pleased to have Jocelyn Elizabeth from York Springs, PA, as our speaker for the evening. Jocelyn has had the opportunity to use many different detectors, and has come up with some really nice finds. She is one of the few detectorists to test out the new Garrett AT Max before the final design changes were made to the unit. Many detectorists will recognize her from her blog in each issue of American Digger under "Dirt Diaries."
This meeting will include judging of displays of the best member finds since the December 2016 meeting.