|Archive available at http://www.ChicagoCoinClub.org/|
|Volume 52 No. 12||December 2006|
If you have not yet paid your 2007 Chicago Coin Club membership dues, please do so now: $20 for each individual member, $30 for an individual member with a spouse who is an associate member, or $10 for a junior member. Send a check to the club’s post office box:
|CHICAGO COIN CLUB|
P.O. Box 2301
CHICAGO, IL 60690
The 1055th meeting of the Chicago Coin Club was called to order at 7 PM with 13 members present. The October minutes were approved as published in the Chatter. Treasurer Steve Zitowsky was unable to attend, but forwarded the October Treasurer’s Report to the Secretary. The report showed October revenue of $400, expenses of $191.77 and total assets are $10,536.32. A motion was made and passed to approve the report.
It was announced that William Stafford Noble (Grundy) applied for life membership and his application was approved by the Life Membership Committee. A discussion followed concerning the segregation of life membership funds and the consensus of the members was that the Board should review this policy at a future meeting.
Robert Leonard reported process on the primitive money souvenir card for the 2007 CICF meeting. The plastic test tubes are on order and various affixing methods are being discussed. Lyle Daly reported that the current meeting room will be vacated by Chase Bank in May-June 2007 and the Club would have to look for a new home. Carl Wolf brought up the idea that with high-speed internet access and web cams, the Club could soon recruit speakers from different parts of the world to give live presentations before the Club. Many comments followed.
It was announced that an envelope was circulating for members to make reservations for the upcoming December banquet at a cost of $25.00 each. It was announced that several featured speakers were invited but unable to make the date. Several ideas were offered.
Carl Wolf reported the results of the Nomination Committee. The following members are nominated for 2007-2008: Robert Feiler, President; Jeffrey Rosinia, First Vice-President; Lyle Daly, Second Vice-President; William Burd, Archivist; Carl Wolf, Elliot Krieter, and Eugene Freeman, Directors; and Mark Wieclaw, Immediate Past-President.
Jeff Rosinia served as auctioneer for 47 lots of material. Most of the lots were Club related and came from the estate of William Pettit.
The meeting was adjourned at 9 PM.
Carl Wolf, Secretary
These are the realized prices for the lots listed in the November Chatter; a few additional lots were consigned just before the auction.
|Amos Advantage||Chicago Coin Company|
|Numismatic News||Harlan J. Berk, Ltd.|
|Date:||December 13, 2006|
|Time:||6PM to 7PM Cocktails and Hors d’oeuvres
7PM to 9 PM+ Dinner and Meeting
|Location:||Marcello’s Restaurant, 645 West North Avenue, Chicago.|
The evening’s hors d’oeuvres include Spinach and Mushroom Pastry Puffs, Teriyaki Chicken Skewers with Thai Peanut Sauce, and more. The dinner menu is Insalata Roma Salad with Homemade Italian Dressing, Teriyaki Chicken, Cheese Tortellini with Marinara, Double Baked Potatoes and Dessert of Cream Cheese Brownies fresh from their bakery.
The cost is $25.00 per person and reservations are required. E-mail your intentions as soon as possible. The room holds about 35 and if more are planning to attend, we can try to increase the room size. This is an excellent time to bring your spouse and they can meet your collector friends. Please try to donate an item or two to the silent auction listed below. Make your check payable to the Chicago Coin Club and mail it to P.O. Box 2301, Chicago, IL 60690. If your plans develop late, then e-mail Carl Wolf at email@example.com or call 773-878-8979.
|Program:||Clifford Mishler on 2007 Milwaukee ANA Convention|
|Agenda:||Election of Officers and Award Presentations|
The silent auction has been held for the past three years at the Holiday banquet. All proceeds benefit the club. Each year we try to provide items that will be of interest and value to spouses as well as members. This year we have a late start, BUT with generous participation from members we are assured success.
We already have a few items for the auction. Ideally we should have ten to fifteen items to fill out the table. Baskets of goodies are always a hot item. We have 2 lovely gift baskets of tea cups and teapots with assorted teas to chase the winter cold. There is a Givenchy necktie designed for the Federal Reserve that is just calling out to the discriminating numismatist. I am convinced there are many wonderful and not necessarily numismatic, surplus and/or gently used items that are ready for “re-gifting".“ With a little packaging and sprucing up these can make wonderful auction items.
Be creative! The items can be funny, practical, luxurious, artistic, cerebral and on and on. Please help by contacting Lyle Daly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 708 601-4711 to arrange to donate your items.
The Chicago Coin Club thanks you.
|December||13||CCC Meeting - Annual Banquet - Featured Speaker - Clifford Mishler on 2007 Milwaukee ANA Convention|
|January||10||CCC Meeting - Featured Speaker - to be announced|
|February||14||CCC Meeting - Featured Speaker - to be announced|
All correspondence pertaining to Club matters
should be addressed to the Secretary and mailed to:
CHICAGO COIN CLUB
P.O. Box 2301
CHICAGO, IL 60690
|Robert Feiler||- President|
|Jeff Rosinia||- First Vice President|
|Lyle Daly||- Second Vice President|
|Other positions held are:|
|Carl Wolf||- Secretary|
|Steve Zitowsky||- Treasurer|
|Paul Hybert||- Chatter Editor|
|William Burd||- Archivist|
The print version of the Chatter is simply a printout of the Chatter web page,
with a little cutting and pasting to fill out each print page.
The web page is available before the Chatter is mailed.
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