Mini Treasures in the Sand
The Mini Treasures in the Sand will be a one day event to be held September 12 at Powell Beach, Summerland. To keep the spirit of our club alive we’ll hold a mini hunt for members and a limited number of guests. The event will include two hunts and the raffle draw for the WestJet tickets. Hope to see you all there!
The following is the tentative agenda:
10:00am Registration and Opening Remarks
10:30am First Beach Hunt
1:00pm Second Hunt (beach or field, to be decided)
2:00pm Award Prizes
2:30pm WestJet Raffle Draw and Closing Remarks.
Registration and rules:
- Social Distancing will apply at all times.
- Maximum of 50 participants.
- All club members (if dues paid) may register for free.
- Guests are welcome for an entrance fee of $15 each
- The club will supply all prizes. There will be coins and some nice token prizes, including one major prize.
- The club will pay for lunch. Menu to be decided.
Due to government pandemic guidelines, it is very important that we know how many people will be attending. To register, or if you have any questions please contact:
Syd or Joanne Birch – firstname.lastname@example.org
July 2020. Out of concern for the health and safety of participants and members, our annual Treasures in the Sand hunt for September 2020 has been cancelled. We will miss getting together with our friends from both sides of the border. Stay safe and well.
Welcome to the Okanagan Treasure Hunters Club
Our meetings are the 3rd Tuesday of every month, starting in March. The time and location of each meeting will alternate between two locations (listed below). See Calendar of Events for monthly meeting location.
PEACHLAND – 50 Plus Activity Centre, 5672 Beach Avenue, Peachland, BC from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
PENTICTON – Penticton Museum & Archives, 785 Main Street, Penticton, BC from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Join Okanagan Treasure Hunters Club
If you are interested in more information or would like to join the Okanagan Treasure Hunters Club please click on the link below, print the PDF and mail it to the address listed on the form. Or you can also feel free to just bring it with you to the next meeting.
Code of Ethics
1. Respect the rights and property of others. If asked to leave by owner or authorities, do graciously without argument and thank them.
2. Observe all laws, whether Federal, Provincial, State or Local. Aid law enforcement officials whenever possible.
3. Never destroy priceless historical, native indian or archaeological treasures.
4. Leave the land and vegetation as it was. – FILL IN ALL THE HOLES.
5. Respect all wildlife and habitat. We all exist because they exist.
6. Remove all trash and litter and leave only your footsteps behind when you leave.
7. ALL Treasure Hunters may be judged by the example you set. Always conduct yourself with courtesy and consideration for others.