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Location:

Lake Wilderness

Park, in the Maple Valley area

Date: Time:

August 2nd, 2008 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Cost: Potluck picnic open to members; Hunt: $2 U.S. change & a $5 gift per person. (The $5 gift is not required for non-hunters, but it is recommended. The coins can be any combination, any age, as long as they can be detected with a metal detector. The gift can be any type of item you wish, suitable for adults or children.)

pg 5 pg 6 pg 6 pg 7 pg 8 pg 8

A/OK™/No/No™

pg 2

Scavenger Hunt List

pg 2

Pacific Beach

Surf & Sand

pg 2

Bill continued

Find of the Month

pg 3

Club History

Bill Needs Action

pg 4

General Information

Last Meeting

pg 4

Calendar of Events

F.M.D.A.C.

pg 5

Reminders

Code of Ethics

pg 5

The idea of the picnic is to bring our members together for a little fun, games, and treasure hunting. We will have two hunts, at least two strange games, a twisted scavengers’ hunt (rules announced at site), a prize giveaway, and most important of all: a potluck lunch.

The event begins at 10 a.m., kicking off with fun and games. Early birds can do some metal detect- ing around the lake or start the scavengers’ hunt. Then, we will start 1st small hunt. It will contain prizes in it, along with tokens you exchange for raffle tickets. We will break for lunch at approxi- mately 12:30 p.m. Shortly after lunch, we will start the 2nd hunt. It also will contain tokens good for raffle tickets, along with a few prizes. At the end of the day, we will have a special drawing from all raffle tickets.

Word of the Month:

Raffle tickets can be earned from games, hunts, special tasks you perform, or even just by being in the right place at the right time (hint: early birds). Overall, the more activities you participate in or the more time you spend at the event, the greater your chances are of winning a prize. You don’t have to be in the hunts to receive prizes. If you have to leave early, we will hold

Surface Coal: A cowboy term for Buffalo or Cow chip used for fueling the fire. Also called sur- face fuel, prairie coal, or Babcock coal.

LABOR DAY WEEKEND CAMPING AUGUST 29 SEPTEMBER 1, 2008

COME JOIN US FOR A WEEKEND OF CAMPING AND FUN OVER THE LABOR DAY WEEKEND. COME ANY TIME AS EVENTS ARE PLANNED THROUGHOUT THE WEEKEND. INDIAN FLAT CAMPGROUND IS LOCATED JUST PAST MILE POST 89 AND THE BUMPING LAKE ROAD TURN OFF ON HIGHWAY 410. THIS IS OVER CHINOOK PASS ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ROAD. A CTC SANDWICH SIGN WILL BE LOCATED JUST WEST OF THE TURN OFF. THE CAMPGROUND WILL BE OPENED FROM APPROXIMATELY 10AM ON AUGUST 29th 1st. ALLOW 1.5 TO 2 HRS TRAVEL TIME FROM THE AUBURN AREA. WE HAVE A LOT OF ROOM FOR CAMPING AND THE FEE IS DEPENDANT ON THE # OF FAMILIES AT THE SITE. MAX FEE 10.00 PER NIGHT. THIS IS A RESERVED SITE FOR MEMBERS AND FAMILIES. HOPE TO SEE YOU AT OUR CAMP- UNTIL 12 NOON ON SEPTEMBER

OUT. JON A GENTRY

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