Micromounters of New England

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Organized: 1966
Joined EFMLS: 2014

Board Members:

Scott Rielly
Vice President:
Scott Dion
Dana Krueger
Raymond Meyers
EFMLS Liaison:
Scott Dion
Peter Cristofono
Simone Conti
Micromounters of New England Monthly Newsletter

Public Contact Information:

No public contact information has been provided at this time
Region 1
Meetings: 3rd Saturday of the month except July, August, and December
Typically at Trinity Lutheran Church, 170 Old Westford Road, Chelmsford MA, Meetings currently held in person at Trinity Lutheran Church and via Zoom with link emailed to members. Typically held the third Saturday, September through November and January through May with our annual symposium in June.
April 20, 2024
Trinity Lutheran Church, 170 Old Westford Road, Chelmsford MA
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The next Gene Bearss Annual Micromounter’s Symposium will be held Saturday, April 20, 2024 from 9am-3pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, 170 Old Westford Rd, Chelmsford MA.

The $25 admission fee includes a catered lunch! This event is open to everyone, not just club members, all are welcome!

 For many the symposium is the only micromounter meeting they attend all year. It is a doozy! Featured speakers, door prizes, give-aways galore, sales tables, catered lunch, and more!

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The Micromounters of New England was organized on November 8, 1966 for the purpose of promoting the study of minerals that require a microscope. As the name implies, we are unique, different from other mineral clubs, and we try to emphasize this difference. Most (but not all) of our members already have a basic knowledge of minerals and are members of one or more unspecialized mineral clubs.

We restrict our programs and published articles to items relating to micromounting and we focus on localities in or adjacent to New England.

We encourage young people to join our club and we offer a discounted rate for youth memberships. We welcome non-members to visit our monthly meetings.

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