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24 May 2015

PHOTO GALLERY: Volunteers promote the Money Museum, numismatics at Territory Days

Money Museum | ANA Official Post | Jake Sherlock

ANA members braved the rain to volunteer at Territory Days in Old Colorado City (part of the greater Colorado Springs area). The volunteers taught festival goers about the science and history behind money, and they provided free coupons to see the new Money Museum exhibit on gold and National Bank Notes from Colorado's days as a Territory through early statehood.

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26 Feb 2003

Don Bailey named ANA Coordinator for new region

News | ANA Official Post | jfletcher

Don Bailey, an expert Mexican numismatist, has been named to represent the AmericanNumismatic Association's (ANA) clubs and members in Mexico, Central and South America.

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11 Aug 2001

ANA recognizes top volunteers in representative program

News | ANA Official Post | jfletcher

On the occasion of its 110th Anniversary Convention in Atlanta, Georgia, the AmericanNumismatic Association (ANA) announced its annual awards to distinguished volunteers inthe Representative Program.

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12 Aug 2000

ANA recognizes top volunteers in representative program

News | ANA Official Post | jfletcher

On the occasion of its 109th Anniversary Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, theAmerican Numismatic Association (ANA) announced its annual awards to distinguishedvolunteers in the Representative Program.Selected from a number of top-notch nominees were James M. Tippett, Outstanding ClubRepresentative; William Brandimore, Outstanding District Delegate; and Scott Loos, namedthe Terry Armstrong Outstanding Regional Coordinator.James M. Tippet of Wilmington, Delaware, is a member of the Wilmington Coin Club, havingserved as the organization's president, newsletter editor and show chairman. A committedclub member, he is constantly promoting the hobby, his club and the ANA. He helpedestablished "The Hobbyist-Speaker to Schools Program" in Wilmington, helping to integratenumismatics with American history. He also is responsible for the club's Web site(www.money.org/club/wcc.html).William Brandimore of Wausau, Wisconsin, has been an ANA District Delegate for sevenyears, promoting the hobby and the Association throughout Wisconsin, Michigan, Indianaand Ohio. A board member of the Central States Numismatic Society and FractionalCurrency Collectors of Board, he also serves as vice president of Numismatists of Wisconsinand as editor of the Michigan Paper Money Collectors quarterly journal.Scott Loos of Spokane, Washington, has served as coordinator for Region 7 (Alaska, Idaho,Oregon and Washington) for about a year, re-energizing the area's district delegates. Acollector, hobby promoter, volunteer and dealer, Loos never hesitates to attend coinshows, local fairs and community events to promote the ANA and numismatics. An activemember of the Pacific Northwest Numismatic Association, he also is a member and pastofficer of the local Inland Empire Coin Club.

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