In the last Board meeting we put together a team of folks that will work on creating 75th Anniversary Token and how we will design the finished product. Wood? Copper? Zirconium? Over the next few months we will be creating a contest will, we hope, motivate all of you folks out there to present possible design artwork for the upcoming celebration. Share your knowledge, skills and input to help us on the success of this project.
Contact me ay firstname.lastname@example.org with your input.
Ed Fischer, Board Member
At the August 13th Mid Valley Coin Club meeting, Gerald Williams recieved his award for his exhibit at the April Tukwilla PNNA coin show. Gerald won 1st place under the United States and Canadian Coins titled: The Arts: Numismatic Contribution of the Cooper Union. Danny Bisgaard and myself, Ed Fischer were in attendance when President Bisgaard presented Gerald is winning award.
Gerald often presents exhibits with much detail and planning. And this one was no exception. Go to the PNNA website and see the pictures under the 2012 exhibit section.
I’m new to the Board of PNNA and new to blogging. Hope I don’t mess it up too bad. But not new to Numimatics. I am involved with many Clubs in the Willamette Valley area of Oregon and love to educate and share my finds.
One of our duties as a Board Memeber is to visit Member Clubs. I look forward to visiting as many as time, my job and family allow. I plan to visit North Shore Numismatic Society on September 18th and Seattle Numismatic Society on the 20th. In between I plan to share my love of Numismatics at the Puyallup Fair in between. Anyone up for a road trip to Vancouver BC or Seattle? I’m flying solo, but would love to share expenses and a good conversation. Contact me at email@example.com if interested.
On behalf of all PNNA officers, committees and members, I would like to welcome you to the PNNA blog, which will allow the association’s officers and other designated persons to communicate directly with our web audience about PNNA news, activities and other items of interest. Please feel free to contact the PNNA, email firstname.lastname@example.org, with your comments and suggestions.
– Eric Holcomb, PNNA webmaster