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    (Yes…this meeting is a week early!)

    320 th MEETING NOTICE..Monday March 19, 2018

    Mansfield Public Library / Auditorium, 54 Warrenville Rd (Rt #89),

    Mansfield Center, CT….Doors Open 6:15 PM…Meeting at 7:15 PM,

    Activities until 9:15…Refreshments Available.


    MONEY SHOW ON Sunday March 25 th .

    Kramer Gymnasium, 322 Prospect St., Willimantic CT

    Doors open at

    9 AM to the public! Early birds must register with a

    $10 fee!

    Volunteers are needed for setup (Saturday 10AM-Noon) and

    after the show, Sunday 4-6 PM. Please help whenever you can!

                    ........The February Meeting…....

  • …There were 32 members and one guest present.

    …The Secretary & Treasurers reports were accepted as published or read.

    .....Bob Hewey stood in for president Peter Jones and conducted the business

    part of the meeting. Thank you, Bob!

    …Bill Jacobik, as usual, made sure we were well fed with a variety of

    snacks, fruit, coffee, donoughts, coffee and soft drinks. Thank you, Bill, for

    traveling over an hour with the refreshments and then the travel, back!

    ….The 50/50 drawing was won by Richard Balbaton and the membership

    prize by, Steve Spencer. Over the past 6 months, Steve has accumulated over

    60 Redbooks for the YN program sponsored by the regional organization,

    Nena. Thank-you, Steve, for that huge effort!

    …..Both, Brian Moore and Dave Morrison were accepted as new members.

    …..By popular demand, another numismatic quiz was given as the night's

    program. Yes, MNS did have talent! First place was shared by Bob

    Hewey, Dick August and John LePage. Each won a silver dollar and Bob

    Moffatt won a proof set as runner-up! There were no junior entrants.

    …..Exhibited: Mardi Gras Tokens, New Orleans mint post cards, Old

    Newspapers with pics of this club's activities.

    ,,,,,Show and Tell: An exceptional set of small size star U.S. Notes 1928-

    1963. Confederate Cent restrikes, a pocket mirror with an uncirculated 1926

    cent imbedded, an elephant token (not as large as it might sound) copy by

    Joseph Merriam, a die sinker, a 1985 Quarter with a good strike on one side

    and poor strike on the other, som banana label stickers as the new

    collectable, a sea salvage coin from the ship El Casador which sunk in



  • John LePage will speak to us on the topic: Why You Need to

    Know the History of Your Coins. Major Figures and Events in

    the Hobby.    

    ...Tonight's Meeting Program.....

    John LePage will speak to us on the topic: Why You Need to

    Know the History of Your Coins. Major Figures and Events in

    the Hobby.


  • April 23 rd ,2018…..Program needed…any volunteers? Coin Quiz??

    Sept. 24 th , 2018…. " " " "

    Oct.22 nd ,2018…..Richard August…….program tba..

    We are actively searching for speakers for our meetings this year. Will you be able to help? Please let us know.

  • Other Local Club Meeting Dates

    In general, doors open by 6:30, Meeting @ 7:30---

    Nipmuck Coin Club….4th Weds..Oxford Senior Center..behind Town Hall..Main St.

    Central Conn. C.C. ….First Tuesdays…So.Windsor Library..1550 Sullivan Ave.

    Worcester Cty. C.C….Second Fridays..St. Jos. Parish Hall 68 Central St, Auburn, MA

    Pawcatuck Valley C.C…Third Wednesdays..Stonington Arms 133 S. Broad, Pawcatuck

    Currency Club of New England… First Mondays..Trinity Church. (RT 20) Waltham

    Boston Numis. Society…Second Tuesdays..Trinity Church, 730 Main (Rt 20) Waltham

    Collectors Club of Boston..Fourth Tuesdays..Trinity Church, 730 Main . (Rt 20)Waltham

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