Membership Application

New members wanting to join and existing members that wish to update their membership profiles can submit their information via snail mail using the following form: Membership Application. Alternatively, you can fill out the following web form and mail a check separately to the address listed on the form. Members that wish to pay in cash can do so at a General Meeting.

Online Membership Application/Member Update


MEMBERSHIP ROSTER – AGMS publishes yearly - How should your information appear? NOTE: Roster is only available to members.
Membership dues cover one calendar year (January thru December). Renewals are due in January. New Memberships that are received at or after the annual Gem Capers Show are good for the following year. Use this table to calculate your membership fee and send a check to:

AUSTIN GEM & MINERAL SOCIETY
ATTN : Membership Application
6719 Burnet Lane
Austin, Texas 78757

Cost
Item Cost
Single Membership $30.00/year
Couple (two adults) $40.00/year
Junior (under 18 as of Jan 1) $4.00/year
E-mailed Newsletter FREE
Printed & Mailed Newsletter $10.00/year

AGMS would like to know more about you and your interests so we can tailor our programs and classes to meet the needs of our membership.
Services and/or skills you might make available to AGMS or its members: Can you teach a class? Are you one with machines? Can you name that mineral with one glance? Are you an advertising genius? Let us know! Examples are teaching, repairing equipment, identification of minerals or fossils, custom services such as cabbing, casting, faceting, wire wrap, etc
Special Interests: Do you have interests other than AGMS? Have you been compared to Ansel Adams? Give us a hint to your life without rocks. Examples would be computers, photography, writing, painting, hiking, etc
Activities or program requests:  Are there things you have always wondered about?  Now is the time to ask!  We might just find the right speaker!   Examples would be meteorites, diamonds of Arkansas, tumbling stones, fluorescence, fossils, and crystallography.