About the SSCC
Shore Coin Club (SSCC) is a non-profit, educational organization which was founded
in 1963. The SSCC is one of the largest numismatic organizations in Milwaukee area
devoted to the study of money. The purpose of the organization is to educate its
members and the general public about the exciting hobby of numismatics. Through
its monthly meetings and educational programs, the society's members and visitors
learn about coins, tokens and paper money. The SSCC annually supports a Boy Scout
Coin Collecting Merit Badge Clinic every spring which assists between 75 and 100
scouts from S.E. Wisconsin obtain their Coin Collecting Merit Badges every year.
SSCC members have set-up educational numismatic exhibits at banks and libraries
in the local Milwaukee area to promote numismatics, and the American Numismatic
Association's National Coin Week, which is held every spring.
"THE BIG SHOW"
The SSCC hosts Wisconsin's Largest Annual
2-day coin show every spring.
The next show is Friday - Saturday, April 13-14, 2018 at the
Crowne Plaza Hotel, 6401 South 13th St., Milwaukee.
The SSCC has life club status in the following organizations:
American Numismatic Association - LC#24
Central States Numismatic Society - LC#324
Numismatists of Wisconsin - LC#65
Club Meeting Information
Club meetings are held at 7:00 PM on the second Tuesday of every month (except July
and August) in the basement of the Rectory (parish office) at St Roman's Parrish
1710 W. Bolivar Avenue, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (West Bolivar Ave. at S. 20th Street).
Meetings are open to all members and visitors interested in learning about coins,
paper money, medals and tokens. There are about ten (10) steps to get to the meeting
room; sorry no elevator is available for those with limited abilities. Parking is
available adjacent to the rectory. Club meetings consist of a business portion,
member exhibits, a refreshment break, and an educational program. Click on the Events
tab on the left to see our next meeting program topic. We hope to see you at a future
meeting! Visitors are always welcome. Be sure to go to the membership link and print
a copy of our membership application. It can be mailed, or brought to a meeting
to begin the membership process.
P.O. Box 89
Oak Creek, Wisconsin 53154