Hello Ozark Coin Club members! We want to remind you all that we have some big events coming in September and October. Our annual Ozark Coin Club Picnic is on Saturday, September 11, 2021 at Ritter Spring Park. The park is located on the north side of Springfield at 3683 W. Farm Road 92, Springfield Missouri 65803. Once you are in the park you will pass by the playground area and continue through the gate to the large picnic pavilion. We are sure to have lots of fun activities for all in attendance.
The next big event is the annual Ozarks Coin Show at the Ozark Empire Fair Grounds. We will have lots of vendors, door prizes, and activities for the kids. Masks will not be required during this indoor event, but if you feel more comfortable with one, feel free to wear it. Vendors will be setting up all day Friday, and members that are able to help can contact Jim or Judy to let them know your availability. Youth members, this is also a great time to participate helping to staff the youth booth, and help vendors when needed.
Are you a member of the Ozarks Coin Club? Do you want to look like you belong? Well, now is your chance! Ozark Coin Club Shirts are now available for purchase at the coin club meetings. Youth members who have not already received a shirt are able to pick one up free of charge. Adult members can purchase their shirts for the low, low price of $5.
Over the last year our world and nation have been tested by the Covid virus. Over the course of the last year the Ozarks Coin Club Board members have weighed decisions to meet or cancel the in-person meetings carefully, taking a multitude of factors into account and using sound judgement to try and keep members as safe as possible from contracting the virus through meetings. With current numbers of patients in the local hospitals down, and the number of fully vaccinated people in the area on the rise, the Ozarks Coin Club Board is happy to announce the first in-person meeting of 2021. Even though we are starting to see improvements in the virus weakening in the area it is still important to stay vigilant. So, all attending members will be required to properly wear a mask or other facial covering, have their temperature checked at the door and maintain social distancing while in attendance.
This meeting will be extra special for the Youth Members, who have long awaited the youth auction that normally takes place during the January meeting. If you have youth members please try and make plans to attend the upcoming April meeting on April 6th at 6pm at the Discovery Center. Youth members should have received information about the items on auction and the point amounts they accumulated over the 2020 year from Mr. Guy at the December meeting. Youth members with questions can also contact Mr. Guy at his email address listed on the newsletters.
As much as we want things to get back to "normal", the fact remains that we are still in the middle of a pandemic, and we have a responsibility to our members and community to work together to limit the spread of the Covid virus. With that in mind the Ozarks Coin Club Board Members decided during the January 12, 2021 virtual meeting to cancel the February Coin Club meeting out of caution for safety and health of our members. We will keep the website up-to-date and the newsletters up-to-date about the March meeting. Stay healthy, stay safe and don't forget to wear a mask.
Hello to all of the Ozarks Coin Club members. We hope you have a Safe and Happy Holiday Season. Out of an abundance of caution the Ozarks Coin Club Board of Directors have voted to postpone our regularly scheduled January meeting, to prevent any post travel spread of the Covid-19 virus among our members. We are scheduled to have our next coin club meeting on February 2 at the Discovery Center.
Since the youth coin auction was scheduled in January it will take place during the February meeting. Youth members are strongly encouraged to attend the coin auction. Additionally, during the December meeting Mr. Guy announced that he would no longer be awarding youth members a birthday coin(s) during their birthday month.
As we all get ready to celebrate the Thanksgiving Holiday, think about all of the wonderful things you have to be thankful for, and count your blessings. The 2020 calendar year has been quite eventful as it played host to a global pandemic, and shifted the plans and gathering of so many. The coin club will be hosting its December meeting, but instead of the traditional meal and holiday spirit, it will be a business as usual meeting with an auction. Many blessings to you and your families over this holiday season, stay healthy and safe.
Don't miss out on the only Coin and Stamp Show in Springfield!
When: October 24-25, 2020
Where: Ozark Empire Fair Grounds E-Plex
Admission is Free!
Buy, Sell, and Trade your coins and stamps.
Door Prizes will be drawn every hour for both youth and adults.
The show will follow all Springfield Masking Ordinance. Adults and children over the age of 11 will be required to wear a mask at all times.
Must wear a mask at all times
Temperature will be taken at the door.
Anyone with a temp of 100.4 or higher, along with anyone accompanying that person, will not be allowed to enter the building.
No food or drink in the building
Ozarks’ Coin Club Board Meeting
July 7, 2020
Present: Kathy K, Nancy R, Jerry S, Jim G, Jim C, Judy C, Brian S, Sarah S, Mike R and Ed M
Meeting called to order by our president Nancy R at 6:07p.m.
2020 year’s presentation:
Aug – Election/auction
Sept – picnic – September 5, Ritter Springs Park
Nov - Brian S
Dec - Banquet
August meeting – Jim C called the Discovery Center. The Discovery Center will take care of the appropriate cleaning for $75.00 per meeting. The cleaning crew will clean the chairs and tables then store them in the appropriate spot. We will have chairs only appropriately spaced. We will have tables for auction and the head table only. Jim C will ask Discovery Center if they have plans to have a watch party during the November election. Jerry S made a motion to use the Discovery Center cleaning crew after our meetings. Mike R seconded the motion. The motion carried
Masks must be worn to enter the Discovery Center building.
The meeting will start at 6:00p.m. No food or drink will be provided. Discovery Center is not allowing food or drink brought into the building at this time.
At the end of the auction each buyer number will be called. The person will go through the seller line and then the next buyer number will be called.
The board will meet at the Discovery Center for the August meeting.
Golden Eagles – We will poll the members during the August club meeting to see how many wish to attend.
Picnic – Ritter Springs Park has a maximum of 42 people at the park at this time. They will receive a new update the first part of August.
October Show – Jim C will mail out the applications. He will include a statement the dealer’s money will be refunded if the entire show is canceled due to the Coronavirus. We have 23 dealers. Jim still has 20 people still to contact. Jim has also received letters requesting applications.
Judy C will call about ordering more shirts hats etc.
Ed M made a motion to adjourn the meeting. Jerry S seconded the motion. The motion carried. The meeting adjourned 7:04p.m.
7/10/20 - Addendum discussions
The Discovery Center does not have a watch party during the November election scheduled at this time.
We may use the lobby for YN education.
Jim G is not able to attend the August meeting. He will provide educational material for the YN’s for the August meeting. We will also collect the YN assignments for April, May, June and July. We will hand out the August assignment. Jim G will also leave instructions for the door prices. Any help from the older YN’s will be appreciated.
The club planned to have the double auction this month. Through email correspondence the board discussed the double auction and how much time it would take. A majority vote decided to have a single auction for this meeting and schedule the double auction later in the year.
August club meeting- Must wear a mask at all times
Temperature will be taken at the door. Anyone with a temp of 100.4 or higher, along
with anyone accompanying that person, will not be allowed to enter the building.
No food or drink in the building