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The previous version of this site won first place for rock club websites in the South Central Federation of Mineral Societies in 2006.
The site two designs ago won 4th place for rock club websites in the South Central Federation of Mineral Societies in 2005.
About the Webdesigner
Dwight House is a local computer geek whose interests include video games, website design, and technology. He is majoring as a computer scientist at Louisiana State University in Shreveport. He can always be found carrying his laptop around when he's not in his room working on some project. Dwight has been a member of the Ark-La-Tex Gem & Mineral Society for many years and volunteered his services for this site.