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The South Florida Treasure Hunters Club was founded as a family oriented organization, by which all metal detecting enthusiasists in South Florida would have the opportunity to meet and converse with others that have the same interests.

Pres. Steve Hamedl

Meetings are held the first Monday of each month 7 pm. The Monday meeting that falls on a holiday will be held the second Monday of the month.

DAVID PARK
COMMUNITY CENTER
108 NORTH 33 COURT
HOLLYWOOD, FL 33020


Club Officers

President
Steve Hamedl
561-737-0805
ahamedl@bellsouth.net

V. President
Lawrence Goldsmith
tawmanager@aol.com

Treasurer
Kathy Marro
954-922-8874
kathy1700@yahoo.com

Secretary &
Newsletter Editor
Glenn Gamble
954-239-8929
jebedig@aol.com

South Florida Treasure Hunters Club has over 60 members, monthly meetings, monthly club newsletter the "Pulltab Express", monthly outings & picnics, treasure hunts, education in the hobby, community service & more.

Support local dealers & businesses... they support Our club and hobby.

South Florida Treasure & Metal Detecting Forum - There are a lot of forums out there... this one is just for the South Florida Folks. Keep in touch with local club members and treasure hunters. Make friends, trade info, organize weekend detecting together, share your finds & hot spots.

Florida History & Antiquities Index - A great place to learn about the history of Florida or to research potential detecting sites.

En Rada Publications - Super informational website started by Ernie "Seascribe" Richards. Dedicated to underwater archeology. En Rada Publication offers treasure-related books and PLVS VLTRA Newsletter. Since the 1960s we have been diving on, and studying the history of, Spanish shipwrecks in Florida waters & other New World areas ... and reporting on the coins, bullion, and other artifacts that they have relinquished.

Online Maps - Map Quest Street Finder -- Eartha Maps Topos -- Maptech Maps, Charts & Photos -- Library of Congress Map Collections --

FMDAC - Federation of Metal Detector & Archeological Clubs

Gold Coast Treasure Club, Inc. - Boynton / W. Palm Beach, Fl., Palm Beach County.

Treasure Coast Archeological Society - Sebastian, Fl., Indian River County

Treasure Hunters Code of Conduct - Do you know it and do it? Look...


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