MCCC will meet virtually at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, February 9. Members are encouraged to share their best and worst coins, either one they own or ones they wish they owned or are glad they do not own. Since this is a virtual meeting, you are invited to bring your own libation!
Montgomery County Coin Club hopes that all its members and their families are safe and healthy. While the county has restricted access to the Senior Center during the pandemic, MCCC will hold virtual meetings every month during our regular meeting time. Members are encouraged to participate as time permits. Instructions to join the meeting will be sent via email on the Monday before the meeting. If you do not receive the instructions, please contact Simcha Kuritzky and make sure he has your correct email address.
On March 30, 2020, Governor Larry Hogan issued a Stay-at-Home Order closing non-essential businesses and restricting gathering in the state. The order restates the governor’s March 16, 2020, closure of senior centers. MCCC will not meet in April. President Don Stepita will keep the membership updated regarding the May meeting. Please stay safe and healthy!
The March Meeting will feature a presentation by Don Stepita who will talk about how history and politics affected the dollars of 1871 (Morgan and Trade) and of 1921 (Morgan and Peace).
MCCC welcomes Julian Leidman to our February meeting for his annual “State of the Numismatic Industry” discussion. His insights into the numismatic profession, state of the industry, and what he sees coming in the near future always make for an interesting evening.
Following the induction of officers, new President Don Stepita will preside over a business meeting of the club. The agenda will be available at the meeting. It is also time to pay your 2020 MCCC dues. Membership is still the very low $8 per year and $2 for Young Numismatists, a price that has not changed in many years.