Astronaut Trail Shell Club
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Founded in 1966, the ATSC brings together those who have a special interest
in
marine - land - freshwater - fossil shells...amateur, professional or artistic.

Meetings

The club meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month, 7:30 PM at the
Satellite Beach Community Center, 565 Cassia Boulevard, Satellite Beach, FL

Activities

Activities include amateur and professional presentations on shells, collecting field trips
for marine-land-freshwater-fossil shells and information exchange related to molluscs.

Membership

Membership is $12.50/year - individual or $15.00/year - family.
[Application form]

Shell Show

The club hosts a shell show every year the 3rd/4th week of January, with exhibits
(scientific
and craft), awards, auctions, shell dealers and programs. See the Show
page on this website for specific information.

Newsletter

Our club newsletter "The Capsule " is published and distributed 10 times
a year to members and
exchanged with other shell clubs and museums.

Malacological Grants

The ATSC awards, yearly, educational grants for malacological research.
See the Malacological Grants page on this website for specific information.

Conchologists of America [COA]

The COA's Club Representative Program endeavors to assist shell clubs in any way it can and to foster interclub communication.

The ATSC is a participating member of the Conchologists of America Club Representative

program. Click on COA for a link to their website.

Contact the Astronaut Trail Shell Club:

Mailing address:                                 e-mail: lychee@cfl.rr.com [Alan Gettleman]
Astronaut Trail Shell Club, Inc.                          ejpower@ix.netcom.com [Emilio Power]
Alan Gettleman                                              
       dunderwood13@cfl.rr.com [Doris Underwood]
2225 Tanglewood Lane .
Merritt Island, FL 32952


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