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Indian Territory Treasure Hunters Club
Tulsa, Oklahoma


In Response To: Summary: 44th ANNUAL Indian Terr. Treasure Hunt ()

Thank You!

Once again, big thanks to all those ITTHC members and non-members for their help in making this hunt go as smoothly as it does even though the weather caused a little extra havoc the hunt weekend. And the club as a whole for their continuing support of this hunt.

Thanks to Vickie Owens for doing her Traditional great job with the registration & camping fees collection. I think it was Vickie that said; “You can do a good job once, but if you do a good job twice it becomes a Tradition.” And again it is the Creek County Fair Board that sets the camping fees for the fairgrounds, NOT the ITTHC.

Jim Nobles did his Traditionally great job at dual service on the prize board and the Buttons & Bows Hunt. Keeping track of the donations for the prize donation raffle. And doing some great shopping for prizes. Thanks again Jim. And also a big thanks to all those donating some prizes to the hunt. There were in the Main Hunt there were 108 prizes & 26 prizes in the Buttons & Bows Hunt.

Thanks to Bill Watkins and Greg Wicks for running and burying the Deep Buried Competition. Thanks guys! Also, thanks to Huntmasters Cody Reese & Roger Eaton and the crew for the marking and stringing of the fields. Thanks go out to all of you club members and non-club members that were there stringing, burying, re-burying, carrying the trash out, cleanup after the hunt, and more.

And one more time a Big THANK YOU to Cathy Young for volunteering to head up the concession and doing an OUTSTANDING job! Thanks to Gary Young and the rest of the Young family that did a great job of getting the concession supplies to the site and helping out in the concession. And Thanks to all those that volunteered time working in the concession and donating supplies for the concession. Thanks again Young family.

Thanks to Gary Young for doing his Traditional great job on the Kid’s Hunt and calling Bingo! Thanks to Jean Dick for getting it all organized on Saturday and the whole crew helping with checking the Bingos that evening.

Thanks to Bob Freeman on his Traditional great job with his 38th ANNUAL Gold Coin Raffle.

And most of these folks did many other jobs in preparing for and putting on this hunt. And again thanks to all those club members that put in time on the hunt to make it one of the best in the country.

And Thank You to all those attending & entering the hunt and supporting the activities surrounding the 44th ANNUAL Indian Territory Treasure Hunt.

If I have forgot anybody or anything it is not intentional. I will blame it on old age, that’s my story and I’m sticking to it. Because as Bob Freeman says “Man, are we getting’ old.”