Premier Gordon Campbell recognized the 220 workers building

The new William R. Bennett Bridge in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada.

While touring the construction site, Campbell presented the workers with medals

In recognizing their hard work and commitment to this project.

Scheduled to open the summer of 2008, the $144.5-million floating bridge

Was named for William (Bill) R. Bennett

He served as Premier of British Columbia, from 1975 to 1986.

SNC-Lavalin Inc. was appointed in 2005 to design and build this toll-free bridge.

Obverse: High elevated bridge with clouds above, sailboat passing under, WILLIAM R. BENNETT BRIDGE, around above, JUNE 2008 around below.

Reverse: Sunrise over mountains / IN COMMEMORATION / OF OPENING THE / NEW BRIDGE. KELOWNA, around above, BRITISH COLUMBIA, around below.

Bronze 38mm

MUTT and JEFF at the COIN SHOW

On the third Sunday of each month Mutt & Jeff share a table at the

Fort Lauderdale Coin and Stamp Show

They are both active with the club and Jeff helps setup the show.

Mutt is the Treasurer and pays all the bills for the club.

They each put out part of their collection and try to sell the duplicates to the public. The show opens at 10 AM - 3 PM

Mutt scouts around to see if there is anything new of interest.

Today he found a few numismatic items to research and add to his web site.

The Paper Money Note below is from the Philippines 1949

Central Bank of the Philippines - One Peso

Printed by Thomas LaRue & Co.Ltd

KELOWNA BRONZE MEDAL

Austrian NetGeld