National association recognizes local group

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By Robert Maisch

Bridge City Coin and Stamp Club president Jeff Anderson (left) and secretary/treasurer Lyle Walth display the 25-year plaque the club recently received from the American Numismatic Association for being a member since 1989. The club was established in 1958.

Bridge City Coin and Stamp Club president Jeff Anderson (left) and secretary/treasurer Lyle Walth display the 25-year plaque the club recently received from the American Numismatic Association for being a member since 1989. The club was established in 1958.

The Bridge City Coin and Stamp Club held its annual potluck picnic in the city park on Sunday, Aug. 2 with 30 members and guests attending. Listening to attendees’ comments the location and weather were superb and the entrees and desserts were even better.
The club received recently a plaque from the American Numismatic Association (ANA) in recognition of 25 years membership in the national hobby organization.
The club’s next meeting is Thursday at 7 p.m. in the A.H. Brown Public Library community room. Members are reminded that the meeting will be devoted to the appraising and grading of auction lots for the club’s annual show in October. Members should bring their consignments to the meeting.

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