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Shenandoah Park Quarter Unveiled

Shenandoah Park Quarter Unveiled

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Shenandoah National Park is coming to a cash register near you in the form of a new quarter. The Shenandoah National Park quarter is the 22nd of 56 America the Beautiful Coins, a campaign that started in 2010. The Shenandoah National Park quarter is now available online. People will be able to buy new, uncirculated quarters by the roll at a launch ceremony in Front Royal this Friday. Leslie Velarde says you can also pick them up in the park itself. The Shenandoah National Park quarter features a hiker looking over the Shenandoah Valley from Stony Man Summit.

 

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Shenandoah National Park can be seen in person, in pictures and soon, in your pocket.

 

A quarter with a park image made its debut online today, with a launch ceremony and coin exchange in Front Royal on Friday, where people can buy uncirculated coins by the roll.

 

The park’s Leslie Velarde (vuh LARD eh) with a look at the coin’s image:

 

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=————————- …into the Shenandoah Valley.”

 

 

The Shenandoah National Park quarter is the 22nd of 56 America the Beautiful Coins, a campaign that started in 2010.

 

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