Next Meeting:        April 12, 2016
 Meeting Time:  General Meeting: 7:00 PM.  

Mohave County Gemstoners
P.O. Box 3992
Kingman, AZ 86402
This page was last updated: April 12, 2016

The Assembly of God Church where we meet is at 4605 N Arnold Rd off Stockton Hill Rd.
Jeannie Bowen has received a promotion at her job. Congrats!! Unfortunately for the Club however, this means she can no longer continue as our Secretary. We need someone to step in and finish out the remainder of the year. Anyone interested in doing so can contact Bob Pederson.
A warm welcome to Richard Swineford, Roberta Byington, and Ralph.
General Meeting Minutes March 8, 2016

Call to order by President Bob Pederson @ 7 PM.
Pledge of Allegiance led by John Bowen.

22 members, 7 guests, and 3 new members: Leland Neal, Patricia & Richard Harrington. Welcome to the Club!

Ed Huskinson played a video on Beginning Cabochon Cutting  by Jim Barzee. It showed from picking out a slab to shape tracing, trimming, shaping and polishing.

Announcement: The Church has requested that we make sure the food we donate is not outdated. 

Treasurer Report:  $7933.53

Field Trips: Will be announced when the particulars are decided. They will be published on the Website.
Request for some one to host an open house was shelved until next month.

Door Prize Winners: Bob, Guest, Deborah. Books were donated by Ed and the rocks by Danny. Thanks guys!

No New Business, and the Meeting was adjourned @ 8:20 PM.

Lapidary is offered at Mohave Community College only as a "Leisure Studies" course.

So, no tests, no worries about grades. It has been combined with silversmithing and is taught on Tuesday of each week.

The instructor is Rick Vroman, who brings a wealth of experience to the job.

At the next meeting of the Mohave County Gemstoners, to be held Tuesday, April 12th, 2016, Mr Vroman will

discuss what is offered in the course, what machines the lapidary facility has available, how much the course costs,

and other pertinent facts. He will also touch on the subject of silversmithing, which is taught in conjunction with the

lapidary course. Rick has been heading up the lapidary department for many years now, and he will make himself

 available to answer your questions after his presentation. So this is your chance to learn what resources are available

at MCC for the mineral/gemstone/silversmithing enthusiast.

  The meeting will be held at 7:00 pm at the First Assembly of God Church on Arnold Street, 1 block west of Stockton

Hill Road. We look forward to seeing everyone there.