LANDSCAPING WITH STONE
Dan Blood from Creative Landscapes will be the featured speaker at the
March 17th meeting of the Clallam County Gem & Mineral Association.
Please come and enjoy Mr. Blood’s informative presentation on the use of
rocks in landscaping. The meeting will be held at the 5th Avenue
Retirement Center, 500 W Hendrickson Road, Sequim, Second Floor
Conference Room starting at 7 P.M. with Mr. Blood speaking at 7:30 P.M.
For additional information contact Scott Thornhill, Club President at
The Clallam County Gem & Mineral Association is a non-profit association
organized for educational activity in the science of Geology as it
relates to the discovery of rock, mineral and fossils; the Art of
Lapidary to enhance rocks’ natural beauty and to the promotion of rocks
and “rock hounding” through information and special programs. Visit our
website at sequimrocks.com.
Clallam County Gem & Mineral Association
Learning new ideas
Welcome to the Clallam County Gem and Mineral Association [CCGMA]. The CCGMA is a nonprofit corporation organized for the purpose of creating, developing, and encouraging interest in the rock, gem, and mineral hobbies as well as locating and identifying various material through field trips.Our club is one of the few gem and mineral clubs to have its very own workshop, where our members have the use of many types of equipment to practice and perfect their lapidary skills. It also allows us to teach those skills to many newcomers to the hobby. In addition our club has classes on wire wrapping, faceting, chain making and silversmithing. We have creative learning activities for all ages. Each Fall, we sponsor a Gem and Mineral show here in Sequim, Washington.
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