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Our next big event is...
Annual Collection of Dues: Memberships will be $12 for an individual and $17.00 for a family. If you did not already pay your dues for 2023, please mail a check made payable to "North Coast Fossil Club". Our new mailing address is P. O. Box 664, Bath, Ohio 44210.


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MSHA Training & Education
A Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Presentation

Saturday, February 18, 2023
10:00 AM
Parma-Snow Branch
of the Cuyahoga County Public Library
Located at 2121 Snow Road between State and Broadview Roads



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1. Featured Speaker: Our featured speaker will be Scott Kell. Scott is a geologist and safety
    expert who recently retired from the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division
    of Geological Survey in the Columbus, Ohio Area. Scott was the Deputy Chief of the ODNR
    Division of Oil and Gas Resources and the Division of Mineral Resource Management.
    Scott's training session is designed for collectors and will include specialized collector
    specific instruction for collecting fossils in mines.



Events scheduled to take place at this meeting will include:

The Gerling-Reich Award



Dr. Shya Chitaley
1918-2013
     Through the generosity of the late Dr. Shya Chitaley, the North Coast Fossil Club is proud to sponsor its annual Plant Fossil Competition.
     All members are encouraged to participate by bringing their best plant fossils (collected in 2022) to the February, 2023 meeting. Members displaying plant fossil collections will be asked to designate a single plant fossil for the competition.
     By a vote of the members present, a first and second place winner will be determined and will be presented the Gerling-Reich Award which is a monetary prize. Only one monetary prize per member will be awarded.
     All plant fossils entered in this competition must have been collected during the year 2022 by the member submitting them. No purchased fossils are eligible for this competition.