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Ramsey County Fair 2013

Ramsey County Fair 2013

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Published by Lillie Newspapers
July 10 -14, 2013 Ramsey County Fair information and event schedule. A Lillie Suburban Newspaper publication.
July 10 -14, 2013 Ramsey County Fair information and event schedule. A Lillie Suburban Newspaper publication.

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Supplement to the Review • Week of June 30th, 2013 • Published by Lillie Suburban Newspapers, Inc.
 
Devoting himself to the rarecoin and precious metal tradefor well over three decades,Westerling’s commitment to thecustomer is second to none. Fromtheir Roseville office, he and hisassociates offer purchases andappraisals for estates, banks, insur-ance companies and individuals.“My staff and I are dedicatedto helping people preserve andgrow their wealth,” Westerlingexplains. “That’s why The TrumanCompany offers personalized ser-vice tailored to each individual.”Introduced to the business byhis Uncle Truman, a young Roger became enamored with coins. Thisnearly-lifelong passion encour-aged Westerling to open his own business under the Truman name.“Every time he visited my fam-ily, he gave me a coin that had aninteresting history. His hope wasthat I would develop a real inter-est in rare and unusual coins, andit worked,” Westerling says witha smile.Westerling visited Minnesota toappraise a collection in 1998, andwas so touched by the welcome hereceived he decided to move bothhis home and business to St. Paul.He currently works with about3,000 clients around the country.Westerling is a life memberof the American NumismaticAssociation and holds an A+rating with the Better BusinessBureau.His knowledge can reassurepeople that they’re insuring orpricing such items correctly. “I’mmore than happy to visit a homeor bank to review a collection,”Westerling notes. “There’s a mar-ket for everything!”Though old coins appreci-ate gradually, precious metalshave undergone dramatic spikesover the past decade in value,Westerling adds. From 2002 to2013, the value of silver went up by 668 percent and gold by 595percent. Many of Westerling’scustomers are currently trans-ferring individual retirementaccount funds from banks to aprecious metal IRA.“I honestly think the pricesfor gold and silver will con-tinue to rise throughout ourlifetime, while the U.S. dollardeclines,” Westerling explains.“Transferring to a precious metalIRA can be an excellent invest-ment.”Customers will feel at homein The Truman Company office,where they might even meetWesterling’s pooch, Sonny, andhis wife, Donna, a Twin Citiesartist whose work is featuredthroughout the office.Curious about the worth of a personal collection? RogerWesterling and his staff at TheTruman Company are ready tohelp.
The Truman Company: a valuablesource for coins and precious metals
rust and confidence arekey in the coin indus-try, and customers from all over Minnesota and theU.S. have found an extraordinary guide in Roger Westerling of TheTruman Company.
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Roger Westerling and his rescue dog Sonny, a fixture at TheTruman Company office in Roseville.This is a look at the variety of coins and pieces in The TrumanCompany’s collection. With 37 years’ experience in the field,Roger Westerling can appraise and handle a wide range ofinventory.Roger Westerling was introduced to coins at a young age by hisUncle Truman, a numismatist for whom the company is named.Westerling is as passionate about coin collection as his custom-ers, making them feel right at home when they visit The TrumanCompany.
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Ramsey County Fair 2013
Ramsey County Fair 2013
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It’s a tradition at the century-oldRamsey County Fair to look back— to the nation and the area’s ruralheritage, to the value of growing andpreserving foods and making usefularts and crafts — and to the wisdomthe older generations have passeddown.This year’s fair will again note anoutstanding senior of the year, withone man and one woman honoredon the fair’s main stage at 2:30 p.m.Sunday, July 14.Past honorees are people whodidn’t “retire” to inactivity butchalked up hours of volunteerism ina variety of venues: elected office,historical societies, business net-works, sports boosters, youth groups,park and conservation organizationsand even German bands.Seniors who are noted at thecounty level are then consideredfor statewide recognition at theMinnesota State Fair. Past countywinners who were also honoredas the state outstanding seniorinclude Ronald Erickson and GeorgeRossbach.Make the gathering on Sundayafternoon a priority, to applaudpeople who’ve paved the way andcontinue to give of themselves.
Admission to the Ramsey CountyFair, which squeezes everything from apetting zoo to scream-worthy rides ontoits tiny site, is always free. And it getseven better from there.With the big 100 in mind, RamseyCounty Fair organizers offer an“Anniversary Package” for $10 thatgets the purchaser a large full-color but-ton, a free ride ticket and the 36-page“Historical Journey” book. It’s availableat the Fair Office and author’s signingtent Friday from 5 to 7 p.m., Saturdayfrom 2 to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 3 to5 p.m.The fair’s website says people cancheck in to the Ramsey County Fairwith the popular mobile phone appli-cation Foursquare and use their smartphones to check-in at various locationsaround the fairgrounds for specials.There will be Foursquare flyers dis-played at participating areas.The Ramsey County fairgrounds arelocated at the intersection of WhiteBear and Frost avenues in Maplewod.Admission to the fair is free.The midway rides will be openWednesday and Thursday from 5 p.m.to 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday fromnoon to 11:30 p.m. and Sunday noonto 9:30 p.m.The arm band special (weekendonly) will be $22 each day for all rides;Friday 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., and Saturdayand Sunday noon to 5 p.m.Advance discount carnival ride tick-ets are five for $10 and available nowuntil July 10 at the following locations:Maplewood and West St. Paul PlazaTV & Appliance stores; MaplewoodCity Hall; Maplewood CommunityCenter; Maplewood Premier Bank; North St. Paul Library; North StarBank; Perkins, 1829 North St. PaulRoad in Maplewood; Ramsey CountyCare Center; Roseville City Hall;White Bear Lake City Hall; WhiteBear Press; and County CommissionerVictoria Reinhardt’s St. Paul office.The advance discount ride ticketscan be used any day.
Free fair, great deals
Honoringseniors
10-4, good buddy!
The Ramsey County Fair offers something for everybody and fun for all ages. Special promotions each day make it easy toplan an inexpensive trip full of fun rides, great tastes and wonderful memories.

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