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Malachite/Cuprite Gail Spann

Gail Spann's page~ oh yeah.

Registered member since 4th Sep 2006
Member of the Management Group

Gail Spann has uploaded:
60 Mineral Photos
49 Other Photos

Gail has written 13 blog entries
I collect as half of the team of Gail and Jim Spann. Jim and I both share a strong passion for minerals, mineral collecting, and mineral people. We believe in education and sharing our passion for the hobby.
I am a strong believer in enticing more women into the mineral world and spend time mentoring and hosting the women's forum.
I have recently begun trying my hand at painting minerals, something I am quite enjoying.
We are members of the Connecticut Valley Mineral Club, the Mineralogical Association of Dallas ( MAD ) and numerous other groups. I currently serve on the advisory board of the (Perot) Dallas Museum of Nature and Science and both Jim and I serve on the mineral committee.
I am the current coordinator of MAD for 2012. I also moderate the women's forum, along with Ida Chau, for Mindat.


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