Alabama Mineral & Lapidary Society

The Alabama Mineral and Lapidary Society is a non-profit organization
for people interested in geology, mineralogy, paleontology and lapidary arts.

Members Doing Stuff
Our members are involved.  They take classes and teach classes.  They travel.  They dig and collect rocks.  They hone their lapidary skills and share those skills.  In short, they "do stuff."  Here are photographs of some of our members "Doing Stuff."
John Gaston, dealer at Biloxi
gem show May 19, 2018.
End of an era - Sandra Sullivan handing over
the History Box to Donna Sellers
at the October 12, 2018, meeting.
Tony McCullough taking a break to care
for an abandoned baby squirrel.
Tim Leatherman logs in as the first
customer in our new shop!
Steve Adams making a point
during a meeting program.
Ray Preston demonstrates use of a flat lap.
Stand up, Ray!
Reggie Bolton is proud of
these pretty cabochons.
Gene Blackerby shows off a nice
sample of Clio fossillized wood.
Don Monroe describes an item
during a club auction.
Club members learning
how to wire wrap.
Gloria Adams gets a tour of the shop
at the Quartzsite (Arizona) rock club.
Steve Adams (R) with his
students at William Holland.
Club members try to decide what to do
with their state-of-the-art trailer.
Learning how to pan for gold. Hunting Brookwood Stone in Chilton County.

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