The U.S. Mint
held a launch ceremony for its latest America the Beautiful quarter, which
honors Everglades National Park, Thursday in Homestead, Fla.
According to Mint spokesperson Michael White, more than 1,000 people
attended the cermony, 700 of which were schoolchildren, and $21,000 in
quarters were exchanged.
With the Mint, and others, tweeting out and posting pictures and
status updates live from the event throughout the day Thursday,
Coin World gathered the most interesting ones and put them in
the Storify story below.
If you were at the ceremony and have any pictures or experiences you
want to share, tweet them to @CoinWorld.
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