From the September 2007 issue of ACCent, the newsletter of the Anchorage Coin Club:
Pictures from the 2007 Anchorage Coin Club Picnic
By Mike Nourse
We were lucky... the rain held out and the day was merely overcast. There was a slight breeze and the temperature was in the mid 60's.
The entrance to Kincaid Park, where the coin club picnic was held this year. It has been several years since we have held the picnic here, and it seems to be about a perfect location.
A general look around as the picnic is just getting started.
John is selling tickets for our raffle prize, a very nice 1899 Black Eagle $1 note.
Steve is taking care of cooking duties, and doing a great job of it!
Last call for tickets for the drawing to be held shortly for the 1899 Black Eagle $1 note.
A good overview of some of the food and activities taking place.
All the tickets have been sold and now it is time for the drawing to see who won the 1899 Black Eagle $1 note.
Larry just won the 1899 Black Eagle note!
The proud new owner of the 1899 Black Eagle $1 note won in the coin club's raffle.
Preparing lots for the coin club's donation auction.
A group of 5th, 10th, and 15th anniversary Anchorage Coin Club medallions. There are two sets available from each anniversary.
The Anchorage Coin Club's donation auction begins, with Carl taking the helm as auctioneer.
Larry is keeping track of who won each lot and the final bid.
Carl continues the auction, holding up a group of coins donated by member Bill Fivaz.
Club president Loren looks on as the auction nears an end.
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