Arizona's Oldest Continuously Active Coin Club

The Tucson Coin Club meets every 2nd Tuesday (Business Meeting) and 4th Tuesday (Education Meeting) of every Month
from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm. The Education Meeting offers presentations from members on his or her numismatic or currency
specialty. Every meeting offers such topics as "Show & Tell" and  "Ask the Expert." Door prizes are also available to all attending
and raffle prizes up to $25.00. All visitors are welcome at no charge.

The Club Meets at the Fraternal Order of Police Hall
3445 North Dodge (Dodge & Rillito River)



October 9th Meeting
The meeting will be held from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the Fraternal Order of Police Hall. (3445 N. Dodge Blvd). 
The meeting is to keep members abreast of current events in the numismatic community. The meetings are not only informative, educational and friendly,
but also delightfully informal and "tons of fun!” Every meeting offers refreshments,  "Show & Tell" and "Ask the Expert." Door prizes are available to all
attending and  raffle prices up to $25.00. 

The Board is looking for a Committee to list a slate of candidates for the 2019 Officers / Board Members. Please contact any of the listed officers.

All visitors are welcome, no admission fee and free parking.

Sunday, October 21, 2018
Contact Jerry Adamczyk (520-305-5513)  or to purchase member, dealer tables.
 Member pricing is $35/table and non-members pay $50/table.

Club Raffle Prizes
Raffle Prize tickets, $2.00 ea. or 6 for $10.00. Drawing will be held at the March 18th Coin Show at 2:00 pm.
Winners do not have to be present tow receive prize.
Drawing will take place at the Coin show at 2:00 pm.

 2006,  1/10th oz., Eagle - BU 1954 
Proof Set 1945
Mexico2 Peso Gold - BU 1990
Proof Silver Eagle

You can purchase tickets at the Business Meeting, October 9th. Or, if you are out of town you can send a check to: TCC, PO Box 17021, Tucson, AZ85731.
Please be sure your check is sent by October 16th to get to us in time.

PLUS! Members, if you can come and help set up the tables, chairs, and electrical, please do. Every extra hand makes the work go that much faster!
Thank you in advance! The other way you can help is by taking a turn at the reception table. You greet our guests, give each person a door prize ticket,
 answer questions about the club or direct the person to a board member, and see if the guest would like to buy raffle tickets.
If children come in, they get a door prize ticket and an extra gift from our kid box.

Free parking, free Admission, Dealer buying and selling, coins currency and collectibles, free appraisals.

Map to October 21, Coin Show

October 23th Meeting
A formal business session will be conducted at 7:00pm.

Education Speaker: Terry Caldwell will talk about “Classic and Modern Commemoratives.”
 Door prizes and raffle prices up to $25.00.

All visitors are welcome, no admission fee and free parking.

Be Aware! Urgent Alert!!
Fraudulent emails have been sent to some members asking for them to pay club bills. These are NOT from board members or the club!

You would NEVER be asked to pay a club bill!

Paying club bill is the responsibility of  the Club Treasurer. If you get one of these emails, DO NOT open/click on any of the links. Send it to your server’s phishing,
spam, or fraud department right away!! 

We don’t know who is behind these  emails, and we don’t want anyone to fall victim to them!

Needed! Education Meetings Speakers
If you are interested presenting to the club a 20 minute talk on any subject in Numismatics, or currency, contact Jack Weger: 906-4888.
Or email: Jack Weger.

Menu for the Holiday Party! December 18, 2018.
Please arrive between 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm at Pinnacle Peak Steak House. 6541 E. Tanqueverde.

Cowgirl Steak, 16 oz.     $31.50
   Cowboy Steak 20 oz.    $35.90     
            Fillet Mignon 8 oz.     $33.75              
                   Salmon Fillet    $28.25                     
    Grilled Chicken Breast    $21.75      
1/2 Rack of Baby Back Ribs    $26.00
     Wrangler Burger    $18.50       

Prices include tax.

All the above items are served with a Garden Salad, locally baked bread, Cowboy beans, baked potato with butter and sour cream.
Choice of coffee, tea or soda, free refills.  Plus ice cream and cake.
Alcoholic beverages or other items not mentioned  on the menu, may be ordered through the waiter, but must be paid upon delivery.

An additional charge of $3.50 for shared plates, this includes the salad, bread and Cowboy beans. (A $3.00 charge for refills on coffee or soft drinks.)
You may substitute salad for a baked potato.

The Club will pay the gratuity.

Food Drive Donations
One other reminder—for the food drive—you will get tickets for your cash donations like last year.
Just remember that there are no cans, no boxes, no jars, no food items of any kind.  Cash donations are accepted for the community Food Bank Fund Raiser.

Tucson Coin Club Shirts
Past President Albert Dreher is taking orders for the Official Tucson Coin Club shirt. You may order any color you wish. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL.
$22.00 for shirts without a pocket, $24.00 for shirts with a
pocket. Dreher has the catalogue, to review the color options.
T-shirts and long sleeve shirts are available at adjusting prices.
You can meet with Albert at a regular club meeting, or email: Albert Dreher .


Members' Contact Information Changes
Please be sure to let Newsletter Editor, Jane Stubbs know if your address or email has changed. Or write her at:

Tucson Coin Club
PO Box 17021
Tucson, AZ 85731
Emails and addresses are only used for club information!

Tucson Coin and Autograph celebrating 40 years of business

Tucson Coin and Autograph always matches any monetary donation up to $50.00, to:
The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona,
Tu Nidito.
Casa DeLos Ninos.
The Alzheimer's Association.
The Fisher House.
The Cancer Society.
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona.

Owner, Brett Sedovenick
6350 N. Oracle Rd.
Tucson, Arizona 85704