It’s COIN SHOW time, and a call to arms!
Actually, nothing quite this dramatic. Bet we do need volunteers to man the entry table and sell raffle tickets for the following times:
Saturday, March 24, 9-10 am
Saturday, March 24, 1pm to 5 pm (one hour shifts)
Sunday, March 25, Lunch relief for Ann B.
Please send me an e-mail if you can help for an hour or more. No pay, but free training!
Our Club Coin Show info:
Fort Collins Coin Club Spring Show, 3 days: Friday March 23 (3-7), Saturday March 24 (9-5) and Sunday March 25 (9-4). Location is the same as last year’s spring show at the McKee Building at The Ranch in Loveland. Free admission and free parking.
Raffle tickets are for sale and will be available at the show, 6 tickets for $5.00, $1.00 each. Prizes are a $2.50 gold piece, a 5 ounce silver bar, a Morgan Dollar and a Silver Eagle.
The next meeting will be on Friday, April 6. Doors open at 6:00 pm at our normal location, Allnutt Funeral Home meeting room.
Minutes from March 2:
We had 41 people in attendance, including 2 guests who found us online (thanks to Aron L for the website refresh!) who signed up to be members. Welcome aboard to Paul R. and Wesley O. Here’s a picture for you of some of our old school members:
And, best of all, the ounce of silver attendance prize was won by new member Paul R. Clay J, who not only wins all the time at bingo, won the $30 attendance prize, so it goes back to $20 month.
Treasurer Carl D. gave his report and reported on the Spring Coin Show table revenue. Details are in the minute book.
Pres. Dan Y reported that he completed the required annual non-profit filings.
Dan C. showed us a really cool episode of “Death Valley Days” that gave an account of the first Denver Mint, Clark Gruber & Co.
By John B., Secretary