St. Augustine Archaeological Association

St. Augustine Archaeological Association

The St. Augustine Archaeological Association (SAAA) represents the City of St. Augustine and the northeast Florida region (St. Johns, Duval and Flagler Counties). SAAA was founded in 1981 to provide volunteers to support the City of St. Augustine’s Archaeological Preservation Ordinance. SAAA operates as a Florida chartered not-for-profit organization and is a chapter of the Florida Anthropological Society. We are a group of professional and avocational archaeologists interested in the preservation and interpretation of Florida’s rich archaeological resources and cultural heritage, especially in the northeast Florida region. Membership is open to all interested people who will adopt our code of ethics.

CONTACT
St. Augustine Archaeological Association
P.O. Box 1301
St. Augustine, Florida 32085-1301
email:  guppy@aug.com  (Chris Newman)
Website: http://saaa.shutterfly.com/

MEETINGS
SAAA’s meetings are held monthly from September through June at Flagler College. We have monthly guest speakers, volunteer opportunities to dig and do lab work, field trips and a quarterly newsletter.

OFFICERS
President: Linda Chandler
Vice-President: Marsha Chance
Recording Secretary: Suzanne Dixon
Corresponding Secretary: Lori Lee
Treasurer: Nick McAuliffe
Newsletter Editor: Linda Chandler
Membership and Program Chair: Chris Newman
Directors: Pat Balanzategui, Brendan Burke, Emily Jane Murray (FAS Rep), Don Roberts, Kathy Deagan