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Treasure Hunters name 2018 year-end winners

  

Mark Lewis (l) and First Place Hunter of the year Pete Bifano.

 

 

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PUBLISHED SUNDAY—MARCH—9

 

hey're metal detecting enthusiasts. They come from all walks with the draw of the thrill of finding something of value, an old coin or sometimes it's expensive jewellry, a piece of history, or just an item interest to talk about. That's what drives members of The Fraser Valley Treasure Hunters (FVTH). See more here.

The group's focus is to make the hobby more enjoyable by having organised hunts and sharing our experiences with other members.

They go out on group hunts or solo throughout the month then meet to share their finds over dinners at the Abbotsford Legion.

The are times when FVTH founder Mark Lewis and the group are called upon to do a special search for lost necklaces or other keepsakes.


Third place Dennis Augustynowicz. Above Second Place, Bob Robert Glover .


"I'm heading out tomorrow to find a $25,000 ring," Lewis told The Voice Saturday.

New members are always welcome. See more on their website here. Connnect on Facebook here. E-mail Mark here.

 

Watch an interesting 3 minute YouTube clip here.

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