NEXT MEETING: Wednesday, December 15, 2021, online via Zoom, it's the GCAS special holiday meeting starting at the very special time of 6:00 PM. It may not be a “party” in our group's traditional sense, but we anticipate having a slideshow of archaeological images of solstice markers, followed by a slideshow of the AMAZING progress on our new Library and Workspace/Lab in the Wood House at the Mimbres Culture Heritage Site, and a reading of Marilyn Markel's annual poem wrapping up the year behind us. If any member has anything they wish to contribute to the fun, be it slideshows, games, announcements, or any etc., please contact Kyle ASAP at kyyote@msn.com . The more the merrier!

NEXT FIELD TRIP = TBA - watch this space for details as they develop.

Our MAREC Donors Have Wished Us a Happy New Year
Online Via Zoom: Our January 20, 2021, Featured Speaker: David Greenwald

MAREC Progress Report - Phase I

21 - UNLV gear goes to storage elsewhere 3 - Things don't look good  BillPhase I of our MAREC project is well underway. 

Our partner nonprofit, the Imogen F. Wilson Education Foundation (IFWEF), owns and maintains the historic buildings at the Mimbres Culture Heritage Site, including the two rooms on the ground floor of the Wood House that is the focus of our GCAS rehabilitation project. In Phase I, our GCAS volunteers have joined forces with IFWEF volunteers to safely relocate the large number of educational and field school materials that had been stored throughout the Wood House. We have taken final measurements of the interior spaces allotted to each of our groups for rehab, and are prioritizing each group's rehab activities in project schedules.

Phase II will soon follow, during which our volunteers will remove dilapidated ceiling and flooring material. This will allow us to inspect floor and ceiling joists, make necessary repairs, and prepare a fast and easy way for an electrician to update the Wood House's entire electrical system.

12 - Spongy library floor"Say, the floor feels a little spongy under my feet."

"It's spongy over here, too. How is it over there by you?"

"Spongy...."

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