May ’22 Newsletter

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Waukesha Coin Club Newsletter
VOL.LIV May 2022  #5
www.waukeshacoinclub.com
ANA # C-1070749

Thank you to everyone that attended the April meeting.
There was no presentation during the April Meeting. we picked the raffle winners from the Coin Show. Randy has secured the same hall for next years Coins Show. Be sure to put March 12, 2023 on your calendar.

May Mint News
The US Mint turned 230 years old in April. The Mint was implemented with the
Coinage Act of 1792 signed by President Washington. The Mint is responsible for
maintaining the economic growth and stability of the nation. The mint produced 14
billion circulating coins in 2021. It maintains 6 facilities and employees 1600 workers.

Happy Birthday to the Mint.

https://www.usmint.gov/news/press-releases/the-united-states-mint-celebrates-230th-anniversary

If you are interested, you can order American Women Quarter Program Coin Boards.
The American Women Quarters Program coin boards provide spaces to insert each of the
program’s quarters. The 2022 coin boards are free and are available while supplies last.
The Mint will release information about next year’s coin boards later in 2022. Check this
page or follow the Mint on Facebook or Twitter for updates.
Send an email with your name, mailing address, and requested quantity of coin
boards to education.outreach@usmint.treas.gov.
Limit 2 coin boards per household.

Next Meeting: Wednesday, May 4th, 7:00 PM, Waukesha Salvation Army meeting
room located at 445 Madison Street, 2nd Floor.

Pot Coin: Any 2022 coin you have been able to find.
Door Prizes: We have some available.
Trivia: What year(s) did the Mint not produce a Mercury Dime?

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