The 4th Quarter 2013 edition of the PNNA’s publication, The Nor’wester, is now available online at http://www.pnna.org/news/pdf/PNNAnews2013_Q4.pdf. Back issues are also available at http://www.pnna.org/news/norwester_online.html. If you subscribe to The Nor’wester in paper form, you should receive your copy by about October 1.
This is an expanded edition of The Nor’wester including important information about the upcoming (October 5-6 with dealer and exhibitor setup October 4) PNNA-Willamette Coin Club 9th Annual Fall Convention & Coin Show at the DoubleTree Lloyd Center Hotel, 1000 NE Multnomah Street, Portland, Oregon. There will also be an educational symposium on Thursday October 3 with several high-quality speakers including Doug Mudd from the ANA. (See below.) For more information about the fall show, see http://www.pnna.org/convention/convention_fall.html.
PNNA Members: If your PNNA membership has already expired or expires this year, please see http://www.pnna.org/info/membership.html for renewal information, or wait until I send a separate email about membership renewal. Free one-year email-only memberships will also be available at the Portland show.
Once again, thanks for your interest in the PNNA, and I hope to see you in Portland!
Additional educational symposium information:
Date: Thursday, October 3. Seating is limited—Please RSVP via email or phone to the contact listed below. Attendance is FREE. Check-in at 8:30 a.m. Presentations begin at 9:00 a.m.
Contact: Scott Loos, P.O. Box 2210, North Bend, WA 98045, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: 425-831-8789. Or contact Larry Gaye as listed in the newsletter.
- Headline speaker will be Douglas Mudd, ANA museum curator. Doug will be speaking on “The Politics of Coinage: Messages and Their Importance on Early Modern Coinage.”
- Other speakers will feature U.S. and World topics. Please check the PNNA website (or The Nor’wester) for a complete list of presentations.
- FREE—Enjoy a day of learning before the start of the annual fall PNNA/WCC show.