Lake Wilderness Elementary School

Lake Wilderness Elementary School by Bob Pattie

Bill Cook, Bob, and Jackie Pattie visited the Lake Wilderness Elementary School in Maple Valley on June 4, 2013. The presentation was to two classes of second grades on the basis geology of the state of Washington, about 65 students. They asked many question about geology and about rocks in general during the question and answer part of the presentation. We had a number of samples of various Washington rock specimens and at the end of the presentation, Jackie had samples of Petrified Wood which each student was allowed to select their own sample. The following pictures are of this year’s trip to this Elementary School.

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Updated: April 23, 2016 — 10:32 pm

Presidents Message

  • From the top of the rock pile .  .  .  .  .  It seems the coronavirus has turned everyone’s world upside down. I know by now we all must be getting so bored and possibly lonely. I hope everyone has managed to find some toilet paper! Who ever knew it was such a precious commodity. It’s a good opportunity for us to do some rock polishing or lapidary work that we have been putting off because of lack of time. Remember you can also always write an article for the monthly Tumbler news bulletin. It can be about your hobby,

Meeting Announcements

  • The regular Thursday meeting and the Board meeting have been cancelled for April. I am hoping we all get to see each other in May. Everyone take care and stay healthy!

  • The Young Tumblers (youth members) have their own door prize drawing at each meeting. We encourage our Young Tumblers to participate in Show ‘n Tell each month. We also have a section of our monthly newsletter for them only to earn Rock Bucks. Rock Bucks can be spent on the monthly raffle or the club auctions we have throughout the year. The website and newsletter now has your own section. Be sure to look at to see what’s new this month and any announcements.

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