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Email our board volunteers.


Position Name E-mail
President Stefan Gibbins
Past President O’Toole, Mike
Vice-President Open
Treasurer Eva St Amand
Secretary Kelly Broszat
Field Trips Erik Gregson
Show Chairman Shelley Gibbins
Social Judy Lasslop
Parliamentarian Cindy Fehr
Custodian/Jewelry Adam Lagace
Pebble Pups Ingrid Eichelbaun
Public Relations/Meet & Greet Norma Jean Lockren
Fund Raising/Librarian Lori Wichink
Programs Suzanne Hunter

Additional Contacts:

Position Name E-mail
Volunteer Coordinator Open
Classes Valerie Harty
Historian Trudy Martin
Donations/Equipment O’Toole, Mike
Director at Large Megan Bansbach
Director at Large Bobbi Johnson
Director at Large Dale Nielsen
Director at Large Melissa Stephens














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  1. Cindyl Arnold


    My name is Cindyl Arnold and I am a teacher at Lake Bonavista School in Calgary. I teach grades 3 and 4 and with the school year about to kick off, I have been thinking about ways to get the kids excited about our upcoming study on rocks and minerals. Is there a chance that there is somebody in your club who is interested in visiting a classroom, sharing their knowledge and passion, maybe bring in some artifacts? Even if you might be able to point me towards another organization that you are aware of that might be interested?

    Thank you kindly!
    Cindyl Arnold

  2. Jim Vincent

    Good Morning,

    I used to be involved with the CRLC many years ago and actually won a trophy for my mineral display in 1967. Since then, my work and other interests have taken my time; now I have grandchildren who are interested in the same hobby.

    For this reason, I am looking for a couple of showcases similar to what we used to use back in those days- approximately 36″W x 24″D x 24″H.

    Can you give me any idea of where to find these or who to call?

    Thank you,

    Jim Vincent

  3. Michael

    Hello all,

    I would like to know if the CRLC has a sample of the Acasta Gneiss? As I am sure you know, it is the oldest rock on the planet located north of Yellowknife in the NWT. I personally collected my samples back in 1999 and I currently have several pieces remaining in my collection. Please let me know if there is any interest within your membership in viewing some samples and/or acquiring some samples.

    Thank you for your time,


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