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  • Prospective prospectors strike motherlode of gold-panning tips

    Young prospectors get a taste for the chase as they scurry to find coins during a "coin scramble" at the 2nd annual Thurston County Gold, Gem and Treasure Show Sunday at the county fairgrounds. The weekend event featured hands-on learning displays, including a traveling gold panning booth and also metal detecting area staffed by club members who taught the basics.

Young prospectors get a taste for the chase as they scurry to find coins during a "coin scramble" at the 2nd annual Thurston County Gold, Gem and Treasure Show Sunday at the county fairgrounds. The weekend event featured hands-on learning displays, including a traveling gold panning booth and also metal detecting area staffed by club members who taught the basics. Steve Bloom sbloom@thenewstribune.com
Young prospectors get a taste for the chase as they scurry to find coins during a "coin scramble" at the 2nd annual Thurston County Gold, Gem and Treasure Show Sunday at the county fairgrounds. The weekend event featured hands-on learning displays, including a traveling gold panning booth and also metal detecting area staffed by club members who taught the basics. Steve Bloom sbloom@thenewstribune.com

About 600 attend gold, gem and treasure show at Thurston County Fairgrounds

April 02, 2017 4:56 PM