A police button, left, is among the relics discovered by members of the local S.C. Metal Detector and Relic Association, which met Feb. 5 at Rock Hill's Trinity Bible Church on Cherry Road. For more information, contact Chris Watson, 328-5764, or Jeff Kleparek, (803) 389-4178, or visit the Web site, scmetaldetectingclub.com. The group is open to anyone interested in metal detecting, relic hunting, gold panning or general history.
A police button, left, is among the relics discovered by members of the local S.C. Metal Detector and Relic Association, which met Feb. 5 at Rock Hill's Trinity Bible Church on Cherry Road. For more information, contact Chris Watson, 328-5764, or Jeff Kleparek, (803) 389-4178, or visit the Web site, scmetaldetectingclub.com. The group is open to anyone interested in metal detecting, relic hunting, gold panning or general history.
A police button, left, is among the relics discovered by members of the local S.C. Metal Detector and Relic Association, which met Feb. 5 at Rock Hill's Trinity Bible Church on Cherry Road. For more information, contact Chris Watson, 328-5764, or Jeff Kleparek, (803) 389-4178, or visit the Web site, scmetaldetectingclub.com. The group is open to anyone interested in metal detecting, relic hunting, gold panning or general history.

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