Gold fever spreads amongst fourth graders


Friday, June 20th, 2014
Issue 25, Volume 18.


Gold fever spreads amongst fourth graders

Gold fever spreads amongst fourth graders - Shane Gibson photo. - Newell Frayne (right) of the Temecula Valley Prospectors Club teaches Alamos Elementary School 4th grade student Kinan Morales how to properly pan for gold on Mon. June 2, 2014.
Newell Frayne (right) of the Temecula Valley Prospectors Club teaches Alamos Elementary School 4th grade student Kinan Morales how to properly pan for gold on Mon. June 2, 2014.

Gold fever spreads amongst fourth graders - Shane Gibson photo. - Mike Mahr (right), of the Temecula Valley Prospectors Club, shows Alamos Elementary School 4th grade student Emily Sebastien how to use dowsing rods to find gold.
Mike Mahr (right), of the Temecula Valley Prospectors Club, shows Alamos Elementary School 4th grade student Emily Sebastien how to use dowsing rods to find gold.

Gold fever spreads amongst fourth graders - Shane Gibson photo. - Jack Barber of the Temecula Valley Prospectors Club teaches 4th grade students at Alamos Elementary School in Murrieta how to pan for gold on Mon. June 2, 2014.
Jack Barber of the Temecula Valley Prospectors Club teaches 4th grade students at Alamos Elementary School in Murrieta how to pan for gold on Mon. June 2, 2014.

Gold fever spreads amongst fourth graders - Shane Gibson photo. - From left, Alamos Elementary School teacher, Kim Dailey, Eric Drummond and Alamos Elementary School teacher, Monica Abarca. Eric Drummond is a geologist who stars in the gold prospecting show “Ice Cold Gold”. Drummond showed examples of precious stones and taught Alamos Elementary School 4th grade students how he finds them on Mon. June 2, 2014.
From left, Alamos Elementary School teacher, Kim Dailey, Eric Drummond and Alamos Elementary School teacher, Monica Abarca. Eric Drummond is a geologist who stars in the gold prospecting show “Ice Cold Gold”. Drummond showed examples of precious stones and taught Alamos Elementary School 4th grade students how he finds them on Mon. June 2, 2014.


 

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