Jim Bennett, Debbie Rassenfoss, and Karen Neece.
Everyone arrives for Friday's meeting. From left to right is:
Bob Bright, Eddie Rassenfoss, Bill Neece, Aaron Kilander, Jim Bennett, Debbie Rassenfoss, and Karen Neece.
Art Gerber's slide show on Friday night.
The Olden Days
AACA volunteers Karen Neece and Sara Adams man the check-in table.
Aaron Kilander, Art Gerber, and David Bogle talk artifacts.
Steve Walker and Jacque-Jane Stewart and their artifacts.
Steve Schwardt spent the weekend talking about his Best of Show prize-winning tables of Florida coral and artifacts.
Steve Clark and John Selmer discussing John's exceptional Archaic frames.
Lori Selmer before Saturday opening.
Sara Adams, Jay Perkins, John Lutz, Eddie Rassenfoss, Dennis Hess, Ollie Miller, Steve Cooper, Don Honnert, and Jeff Bayless enjoying some hospitality.
Saturday morning seminar on Slate held by David and Aaron Kilander.
Dave Kilander on Slate, Saturday's morning seminar.
Steve Young's beautiful Fish effigy jar, a part of his pottery display.
Pottery from the Best Pottery display award winner, Steve Young.
Jim Bennett finally gets some of Art Gerber's money.
Four AACA Directors, from rght, Rob Dills, Aaron Kilander, Bill Neece, and Jim Bennett. Fifth person info is unavailable.
Raffle winner Huey Adams of Florida poses with the Expo girls, Julie and Ruthie Wailgum, daughters of member Elaine Wailgum and grandaughters of Cleatis Hook.
Fine world artifacts from the collection of Jeff Sadofsky.
John Selmer of Virginia.
Dennis Hess of North Carolina.
Dan White of Tennessee.
Central States Editor Steve Cooper photographing.
Rockhound Willie Feldser talks with Steve Puttera about Willie's Bone and Shell Award winning display.
Foreground, Bill Pinkston and Jim Butler. Beyond them are Leroy Irons and Mike Barron talking.
At table, from left, Olie Miller, unknown, Art Gerber, and Don Honnert.
Dave Kilander and Aaron Kilander man their tables.
Elaine Wailgum, Dave Farris, the Wailgum girls, Debbie Rassenfoss and Cleatis Hook.
Steele's Display Cases manning their tables.
Bill Hardy, Bill Pinkston, and Larry Garvin.
Winner of the Best Slate award was Dave Kilander.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fulk with the Educational award winning collection of Ohio flint types.
Jeff Sadofsky with his frame of carved Taino objects.
Bronze artifacts from Archaic China, collection of Jeff Sadofsky. Disc in center is jade.
Jeff Bayless and Jim Butler pose with Mrs. Butler for Leroy Irons to photo.
Hayes Turner's pottery display.
Dennis Hess with turtle bottle.
Some of Rocky Hall's bone artifacts.
Olie Miller and Art Gerber examine relics.
After the Expo- the hard-core hunters looking for rocks behind the Drawbridge Inn.
They found a fossil or two.
Home is that way!
Lover's Leap Virginia, in the Blue Ridge.
Glad to be 3 hours from home finally!
Cliff at Lover's Leap Virginia
Chase Pipes at the fishfry.
Cook Bill Neece trying to hide.
Dave Farris, Monty Pennington, Mac Ashman, and Cleatis Hook discuss relics after eating.
This one was for Matt!