The Board Members of the Ozarks' Coin Club continue to monitor the Covid-19 situation closely. At this time, we have determined that it is safe enough for the coin club to meet, but need to monitor the temperatures and enforce a mask policy, to ensure the health and wellness of the members of the Coin Club. So, at this time the Board of the Ozarks Coin Club has decided to have a meeting in September, but it will be a regular meeting at the Discovery Center, and not the scheduled picnic.
Welcome to the Ozarks' Coin Club
The Ozarks' Coin Club was established in 1955. The club is committed to the hobby of Numismatics (collecting Coins, Currency & Tokens).
The club encourages participation from all ages. Youth have class sessions during each meeting.
Youth Meetings start after organization business and dinner. For more information please explore the rest of the site.
Meetings are the 1st Tuesday of each Month at the Discovery Center 438 E. St. Louis Street, Springfield, Missouri.
Meetings start at 6pm and pizza is provided.
The Ozarks' Coin Club is a not for profit organization that strives to assist those interested in numismatics. Its primary goal is to reach out to young people (children) and help them learn about numismatics, and develop a lifelong interest in Coin Collecting, or Numismatics. It strives to develop an educational environment for young people and adults regarding Numismatics. It strives to provide an environment that will allow those interested in the hobby to discuss it with others who have like interests. It strives to host special educational opportunities such as summer seminars, special field trips, paging at major Coin Shows, and monthly programs that will further the overall knowledge of the hobby. It seeks to fulfill the goals of Truman Carter who set up an endowment to "assist young People in becoming educated in, and developing a lifelong interest in, Numismatics." The club has adopted his strong belief "That by assisting and guiding young people into such a productive hobby we will be assisting them in becoming a more productive citizen. One that will have a greater understanding of the role numismatics has and will continue playing in our lives and society."