I just finished reading this week's E-Sylum, another great issue. At first, when I saw the article on Challenge Coins, I thought it was a follow up to an article in the July 8, 2008 edition of Canadian Coin News, the issue I received last week. On Page 15 is an article by Melanie Cummings about Franklin Public School in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada issuing a Challenge Coin to senior students upon graduation. It then goes on to talk about the "Challenge Coin Association". This group is Internet based and completely free of dues for membership, etc. (sounds like another association I know of).
From the web site:
What is Challenge Coin Association? CCA is the World's Premier Forum to discuss Challenge Coins. It is here at CCA, that you can get educated on the hobby. Or you can get help finding quality custom, wholesale or retail Challenge Coins at a low price. CCA is also a resource to assist you in selling your Challenge Coins.
Wayne Homren, Editor
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