60th GMS President, 2016 to present
Here is my last T&T message as your president...
October marks the start of a new year for GMS. There will be many opportunities to spread your knowledge about rocks, fossils, gems, and minerals to children and adults in the coming year. Doing things like that makes it more likely you will receive an award – the more you volunteer to spend time doing things with the club, the more likely you will be considered by the Awards Committee to get one. It is also a good way to get to know other members, and to learn more about rocks.
...Whatever your plans are for the next year, I hope that some activities with GMS will be included. If you have any ideas you want to share or would like to volunteer for any of our leadership positions, feel free to contact any of our board members – even me! I will still be on the board as the past president for one more year. I will also keep volunteering so I can keep being a part of this great organization.
...Hope your life will be filled with rocks (or fossils, if you prefer!).
[Read the rest of the president's message in the October Tips and Trips newsletter]
Shelley Stubbs, President
Georgia Mineral Society
Click below for Past Presidents