These coins were given to 5th grade students from Patterson Park Public Charter School.
Also, with this program came the chance for the public to participate. Individuals who received ten of the exclusive 1812 stamps from participating sites, and programs throughout the city are eligible to receive a commemorative coin as well.
The Baltimore National Heritage Area states their mission being “to promote, preserve, and enhance Baltimore's historic and cultural legacy and natural resources for current and future generations.” The event was held at the Maryland Historical Society, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
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