Information about the club
The Mozarkite Society of Lincoln, Inc. is a member of the Midwest Federation of Mineralogical and Geological Societies which is a member of the American Federation of Mineralogical Societies.
The Mozarkite Society of Lincoln, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to stimulate and promote interest in the study of lapidary, mineralogy and geology; to promote the lapidary arts and jewelry making; and the collection and preservation of mineral, fossil, and geological specimens and sites as well as their ecological surroundings. The society promotes awareness of, and education on, Mozarkite so its members and general public may better appreciate Missouri’s state rock and its’ attributes.
For more information about Mozarkite and club information, go to www.mozarkite.com.
Monthly meetings are held on the last Tuesday of each month (except December) at the First Christian Church, 200 S. Limit, Sedalia, MO 65301. Kids’ Club meeting – 6:15pm; regular meeting – 7:00pm.
Membership dues including newsletter are: Individual adults - $15; Junior $5.
President –Karl Parsons; Vice President – ; Secretary – Pam Radu; Treasurer – JoyceGrinstead (660-827-3888) email@example.com
Mozarkite SOCIETY of LINCOLN, INC.
The regular meeting of the Mozarkite Society of Lincoln Inc. was held Tuesday, May 29, 2018, at the First Christian Church, 200 S Limit, Sedalia, MO 65301
President Karl Parsons called the meeting to order. There were 16 members and visitor Phyllis Dowdy, present.
Kelly Blum presented the program on tumble-polishing rocks.
Acting Secretary Anita Simmons read the April minutes. There were no additions or corrections to the minutes, so they were accepted as presented.
Treasurer Joyce Grinstead read the Treasurer’s Report and it was accepted as presented.
Kids Club: Anita reported the Kids Club were given many arrowheads and each child was given an arrowhead with the instructions to determine what kind of rock it was made from, where the rock had originated and what it would have been used to hunt.
Field Trip: Nathan was not present to discuss his field trip plans, but Kelly reported 8 members went to Beth’s to dig mozarkite at her newly prepared site on May 12. He also reported about 20 people came to Anne’s Acres including 4 members on May 19.
Anita reported on behalf of the Show committee that she will get a bid from the tent people what they will charge to put up a very large tent for us at the Show. She also said she could not get the BBQ people because they will be preparing for another event. However, they referred her to a group in Warsaw who could do it and she will give the information to Dave. Barbara reported the church had 2 tents they were willing to loan the Club and she told the minister the Club would give them $100 for the loan.
The Stover Animal Shelter is holding a fund-raiser June 2. Guest Phyllis Dowdy told the group some of the highlights of the fundraiser and handed out flyers. Vendors are welcome to come and sell their crafts. The show is June 2 from 9am to 4pm at the Stover Community Center. There will be plenty of room
Barbara said the church will be erecting the tent they would loan us on June 1. Members of the Club who are able should meet at the church parking lot at 12:30 to go with the group to the church’s picnic site so they can see the size of the tent and learn how to erect it.
The Club Picnic will be our next meeting on June 26 at Liberty Park. Larry reserved Shelter House #3 which is our usual site. Come around 5:30pm and dinner will start at 6pm. A motion was made by Lee and seconded by Diane for the Club to provide meat like we usually have. Motion carried. Anita volunteered to provide drinks.
Barbara suggested we decide now for the Saturday night of our Holiday Party. Carol made a motion, seconded by Diane that the party be scheduled for Saturday, December 1. The back-up date was December 8. Motion carried.
Refreshments were provided by David Moody and Anita. Next month will be the Club Picnic. Refreshments in July will be provided by Pam and Renee.
There being no further business, Lee made a motion, seconded by Joyce, to adjourn. Motion carried.