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  1. The Road to a Lyncean CoinforSpeaker Appreciation(and interested members)Your Program Committee at Work!Bill Haganfrom a suggestion by Dave Groce

  2. First Draft

  3. Lyncean Coin – Front (2) SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - MMIII LYNCEAN GROUP

  4. Lyncean Coin – Back (1)

  5. Lyncean Coin – Back (2) Communicate Support SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Comprehend

  6. Lyncean Coin – Back (4) Basics Beauty Benefits Communicate Support SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Comprehend

  7. Lyncean Coin – Back (3) Support Communicate Support Communicate SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY Comprehend Comprehend

  8. Lyncean Coin – Back (5) Basics Beauty Benefits Support Communicate SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Comprehend

  9. Lyncean Coin – Back (6) - LYNCEANS- Communicate, Comprehend, Support SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Beauty, Benefits, Basics Established 2003

  10. Lyncean Coin – Back (7) - LYNCEANS- A Bunch of Retired Technical GuysWho Like to Eat Sandwiches And Talk to Each Other! Established 2003

  11. Lyncean Coin – Back (8) MATH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY Support Communicate Comprehend

  12. Lyncean Coin – Back (9) Communicate Comprehend Support MATH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY Basics Benefits Beauty

  13. Possible Front & Back Communicate Comprehend Support SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - MMIII LYNCEAN GROUP MATH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY Basics Benefits Beauty

  14. Final Front & Back SAN DIEGO CALIFORNIA MMIII ----------------- COMMUNICATE ------------------------------ COMPREHEND ------------------------------- SUPPORT --------------- LYNCEAN GROUP Observations Applications MATH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY Foundations 14

  15. Details (updates in red) • Coins will be shipped today (9/5), a day too late! Arrived on 9/6/12, one day after the meeting on 9/5/12 • Total cost for 100 coins was $566. So each coin cost $5.66 • Considering various ways of paying for this • Coins are available to members for $10 • Additional contributions to cover speaker lunch cost, speaker coins, and the website are welcome • Should there be an accompanying certificate? No • Many thanks to my father for doing the (thoughtful) lynx, and to the following for their contributions: • Dave Groce • Gary Carriveau • Giancarlo Borgonovi • Paul Fleming • Bill Scott • Larry Kull