Michigan Archaeological Society
The Great Lakes region has
enjoyed a long, rich and varied history. Much of this history is known, but a
great deal of information lies hidden waiting to be discovered. The Michigan
Archaeological Society was formed in the 1930s for people dedicated to
unearthing the past. The MAS now has a number of chapters throughout the
state and members across the country, and we would like to invite you to join
President: Chuck Hoover, firstname.lastname@example.org
1st Vice President: Dan Wymer, email@example.com
2nd Vice President: Ken Kosidlo, firstname.lastname@example.org (810) 496-2096
Theresa Breza (no contact info provided)
Trustee (2012-2015): Don Simons (no contact info provided)
Trustee (2013-2016): Val Valoppi (no contact info provided)
Michigan Archaeologist Editor: Dr. Mike Hambacher, email@example.com
· MAS 2015 calendar will be available in early November. The MAS calendar will feature a spectacular selection of Michigan diagnostic chipped stone tools from a variety of time periods, one type for each month. Over 150 artifacts are featured in full color and displayed actual size. Types included in the calendar are: Gainey, Barnes, Hi-Lo, Kirk Corner Notched, Bifurcate, Raddatz, Ace of Spades, Meadowood, Kramer, Adena, Snyders, and Jack’s Reef. The calendar will be printed on heavy stock paper for continued use beyond the 2015 calendar year. The cost will be $10 for in person purchases and $12 shipped. Contact Tim Bennett at tk_Bennett@yahoo.com for questions.
· Reminder: Time to renew your 2015 MAS membership. Dues are $25.00 for individuals. Submit membership form, available at the membership section at left, with check or money order to: The Michigan Archaeological Society, P. O. Box 359, Saginaw, MI 48606
· Please click here for a copy of the complete Constitution and amended MAS Bylaws of the Michigan Archaeological Society. The Bylaws were approved unanimously by voice vote at the 2004 Annual Meeting and overwhelmingly by mail ballot.
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