Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Tune in to APS Stamp Talk

Nancy Clark, host of APS Stamp Talk, writes to say she has a "real mix" on the show this afternoon.

Paul Bourke will talk about setting up an electronic stamp shop. Then Janet Houser discusses the American Philatelic Society's spectacular summer stamp seminars. AND, as an added bonus, former railroad post office clerk Sidney Fingerhood will share some tales from his years on the rails.

The show airs live at 4 p.m. EST on If you can't make it in person, click here and you can listen to this and past shows whenever it's convenient.

Also, mark your calendars for the show on March 28th. Nancy says it's going to be a "doozey."

American Philatelic Society presidential candidates, Nick Carter and Ken Lawrence be discussing some pretty important issues that will not only affect the future of APS but of the hobby as well.

Incidentally, Nancy recently won the American Philatelic Society’s 2006 Ernest A. Kehr “Future of Philately” Award. Established in 1991, the Kehr Award recognizes a philatelist who, for at least five years, has made philately attractive as a hobby to newcomers, worked directly with newcomers, especially young people or developed and administered programs to recruit newcomers.
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posted by Don Schilling at 12:01 AM