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Southern California Paleontological Society

The Southern California Paleontological Society established in January 5, 1960, is a non-benefit association which vows itself to work in participation with exploratory foundations and for the protection of the fossil record. Interest is welcomed in the project to gather, safeguard, and study paleontological material. Gatherings AND FIELD TRIPS: The Society meets month to month for an instructive project about fossils and fossil gathering. At the gatherings, individuals show fossils gathered on the Society's month to month handle excursions to fossil territories in Southern California and the Southwest. Unless generally noted, Society gatherings start at 1:30 PM on the principal Sunday of every month. Guests are welcome. In August, there is no meeting. MEETING PLACE: The George C Page-Museum of the La-Brea Discoveries, Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California 90036. DIARY OF THE SOCIETY: Individuals get a membership to Bulletin of the Southern California Paleontological Society. Distributed bi-month to month, the Bulletin highlights articles about fossils and fossil gathering, national and worldwide paleontological discoveries, Society occasions, and different things important to its pursuers. SCPS AWARDS FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE: For almost 60 years, the Los Angeles County-Science Fair has showcased a large number of remarkable logical studies. Notwithstanding supporting the Fair, SCPS presents its "Honours for Academic-Excellence" for a few fossil-science related ventures every year to understudies in both the Junior (evaluations 6-8) and Senior (evaluations 9-12) Divisions. Affirmation: SCPS is appreciative for the numerous years of participation and help we have gotten from the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History and the George C. Page Museum.

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