Hello fellow MPA members!
I wanted to start out by saying what a great meeting we had in January to start the new year! We had many renewing members and 10 new sign ups just at the meeting! That is great to see! I hope that trend continues throughout the year!
We’ve survived the first snowstorm of this year as well! This was the 2nd significant snowfall since I moved here in 2016 and the kids loved the reminder of home, even though it only lasted 2 days!
In case you haven’t read the January edition of the newsletter, the plan going forward for the year, is to always have our outings planned for the Saturday after the monthly meeting. We will decide on location at the meetings the month prior, so always pay attention to the newsletter and calendar on the website! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out!
We are working on some new things as well. Including training for our members. We are hoping for once a month, getting together to do training on dry washing, panning, metal detecting and be available to answer/help our members with their equipment. More plans/information to come on that.
We are also planning on some overnight camping outings for late spring, so stay tuned for more details!
Let’s get out there and find some gold!
Hello All MPA Members!
I’ll start off by saying Happy Holidays to you all! I wanted to thank you all for voting me in as President for this next year! I am honored to represent you all and will do everything I can to make this a great year for us all!
Now that the crazy year of 2020 is almost behind us, let’s look forward to a new year, a new start for us all! No matter what your resolution is (if you still make them), I say that we all just try to be better people! I feel as a society, we all owe it to each other to always be humble and kind! Be there to support each other and bring each other up and help each other if we are able to! We all need to come together to overcome all the obstacles we face individually, in families, at work, in this club and in communities!
As president, I will try to always be there to help any club members that I can along the way, so please reach out if needed!
This year, I plan on having many outings/events for our members. This will get us out doing what we all signed up for and let us get to know each other a little better too! For any of you that don’t know me, I’ll tell you a little about myself. My husband is Eric Spurr and we have two children, Abigail (Abby) and Parker. We moved to Kingman in August of 2016 from Minnesota after having been down to the area many times on vacations prior to making the decision to move. Eric and I were both fortunate enough to keep our jobs we had in MN, so we both get to work from home. Joining this club originally was a way for us to get out of the house and get to know other people in the community. I have met so many wonderful people who are members of this club and look forward to getting to know more of you throughout this year!
Let’s make this a great year out prospecting and find that gold!
I couldn't be happier with the new cabinet. Everyone took to their roles like they were made for it. Huge congrats all around!