Contact Information:
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President                            Gary Bolles
Vice President                    Gary Gann
Secretary                           Mary Gann
Treasurer                           John Bowen
Seargent of Arms               Danny Schacht
Past President​                    Ed Huskinson


Directors: 

Minerva Saruwataru             2021

Debra Rasmussen              2020                    
Aleta Huskinson                  2019





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Mohave County Gemstoners
PO Box 3992
Kingman, Az 86402
Web Editors:
Bob Pedersen, Ed Huskinson
repedersen@frontiernet.net
Web Master:  Gary Gann  


 
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Fiscal year for memberships runs from January 1st thru December 31st.
Dues are $15.00 per person, $20.00 per couple and $25.00 for family.  Junior Membership cost is $8.00.  
Name badges are required, Either pin or magnetic style available at cost. 



Club Committees

Field Trips - Bob Pedersen
Membership - Aleta Huskinson                                    
Web Master-Gary Gann
Show - Gary Bolles, Gary Gann, John Bowen, John Sarvwatari
Program - Ed Huskinson
Publicity - 
Auditor - By Volunteer
Greeter - Minerva Sarvwatari
Mailman - John Bowen







 

ABOUT US

 The Mohave County Gemstoners (MCG) is a gem and mineral society located in Kingman, Arizona. It is a member of the Rocky Mountain Federation of Mineralogical Societies, which is a member of the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies. The MCG interests are related to geology and earth sciences. MCG has field trips to localities that furnish the raw materials and items of geologic interest that our club enjoys as well as the thrill of the hunt/ find. MCG also has programs covering many related areas of interest.  
 These interests include:
  Rock Hounds is a general term that covers the whole gem and mineral field of interest. But, here-in refers to those interested in going on field trips, enjoying the locations, and bringing back interesting material to adorn their yard or patio. Many of these people become interested in one or more of the following: 
  Lapidary Arts are for those who have an interest in turning raw material into beautiful jewelry. This is an artistic based part of the hobby. Related interests include faceting, jewelry design, jewelry fabrication, carving, wire wrapping, metal smithing, tumbling, etc.
  Mineral Collecting is for those members who have an interest in establishing a mineral collection. This is the scientific based part of the hobby. Mineral collections vary and are usually dictated by size, locality, and species. Related geologic interests include fossils, meteorites, petrology, etc.
  Recreational Mining is the act of working a location or claim for lapidary, minerals or precious metals (gold and/or silver). MCG has an active claim for honey onyx. Other members also have claims. Mining techniques, history and artifacts are other interests.
  As one can see, the MCG is a highly diversified group for those interested in the earth sciences and/or geology.