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Tina Dones
 #1 
Hi my name is Tina I am new to rockhounding and have fell in love with it. I was wondering if there are any clubs that I can join around Kentucky? I'm going to go on a few rockhounding Adventures but not real sure who to reach out to or where they would have these excursions.
Mike Streeter
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Tina,

There is a map at the bottom of this page that shows all the rockhounding clubs in the US.  You can zoom in to find the clubs and information about each nearest to where you live.

Mike
lapidaryrough
 #3 
mapmuse.com  has a list of listed rock shops by state and clubs across the country
Tina Dones
 #4 
Thanks so much..
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