Newton Pens Scholarship Update – November Pen Winner – Website

Hi Everybody!

Another month has closed (and it’s finally winter!) and more money raised for the Newton Pens Scholarships.  We had 25 contributions this month (thanks!) and when I put my hand in the hat ( to pick a pen winner (thanks for contributing to the scholarship fund folks) I pull out number 12!!  Romona A.!  You’ve won a pen credit ($225- free nib grind – free shipping)!  Congrats!  And thanks so much for contributing to the scholarship fund and helping us to help kids with their futures.

Thank you all so much for all you’ve done in the last few years.  You all raised $219 this month.  Hopefully we’ll raise more next month and have more to give to some deserving students at the end of the school year.  We’ve raised $2957.00 for the year!  Thanks!

Remember, if you want to get some postcards they’re on sale.  If you buy 2 sets or more they’re $5 per set until the end of the year.  I really want to move some of these out of inventory so we can get some more sets made up.  I have lots of really great art lined up.

Every penny raised goes towards scholarships for high school students.  You can learn about the scholarships and rules to the raffle here.  The raffle is free to enter by just sending a note to me:
PO BOX  6084
Hot Springs, AR. 71902

You are also entered if you buy postcards or pocket notebooks.

Here’s what we have left.  You can buy sets from here.

If you want pocket notebooks you can buy those here.

When you buy a set of cards or a notebook, you’ll be given a number in the order that you bought your items.  At the end of the month I draw from those numbers and pick a winner.  You can’t win if you don’t enter!  🙂

If you have any questions please ask.

And since I’ve moved the website to a new host you might want to hit the Subscribe/Follow button again.  If you get a notice for this post you don’t need to worry about it, but if you don’t follow us yet and want to, the button is at the bottom right of the screen.  I’m still working on the site, so if you see something acting strangely, or something broken, please let me know.  Thanks!

And enjoy the cold weather!

Thompson-Orville in Omas Arco brown – Hope for Haiti Auction LIVE!!

Hi Everybody!

I guess now is as good as any time to open up this special auction to everybody.

You’ll be bidding on this pen-

Auction Link

It’s made from some of the very hard to find Omas Arco brown celluloid that I bought after Omas shut it’s doors.  The trim is all bronze and the nib is 18k.  You can get any nib point size you like, and if you want a grind I’ll give you one.  The pen will come with a cloth wrap and in my NN tumbler mug.

Bidding ends Dec 19th which means you should have it in time for Christmas!

All profits will go to Hope For Haiti Hurricane Matthew relief.

Please share this so as many people can see it as possible.

If you have any questions just ask –


Moving the site

Hi everybody – I’m doing a little bit of interneting this weekend and getting the site moved around.  I’ll be able to do more with the site where I’m going (auctions for one).

If you can’t get to the site try should work again just fine in a few days.


Holiday Postcard Sale for Scholarships!

From now until the end of 2016 you can buy 2 sets of cards for the price of one.  So 10 cards for $10.  You can buy as many sets as you like and the price stays the same, $1 a card.  Each set still gets you one number in the raffle.

Sale only applies to purchase of 2 sets or more.  1 set still costs $10 if you’re only buying 1 set.

To purchase click this link:

Buy Scholarship Postcards


If you have any questions please ask!


October Pen Winner – Happy Halloween

Hi Everybody!  Sorry I’m a couple days late making the scholarship announcements.

Halloween had me really busy this year.  My kids wanted custom costumes from the movie Aliens.  They can’t watch the movie yet, but the monsters are still cool.

Here we have a facehugger –



And here we have a Xenomorph –




So they were really happy with what they got though it was too hot to wear them for the entire night.  🙂

So back to the scholarships and pen give-away.  This month we had 49 donations!  Thanks so much!  You all helped to raise $818.67 this month!  The scholarship fund is up to $2791.69.  Thank you all so much!

The winner of a $225 credit, picked with, is #1 – Mary G!  Congrats Mary!

Fundraising for November has started.  If you want a chance at a free custom pen all you have to do is buy some postcards, notebooks, make a small donation, or enter for free by sending a note to my PO BOX.  Read all the rules here.

Omas Arco Celluloid Thompson Auction- Hope For Haiti



This will be a Thompson, with two huge sterling bands on the barrel and a big sterling ring and clip on the cap. The pen will be auctioned off to the highest bidder with most of the money going to@hopeforhaitifl to help with relief efforts after #HurricaneMatthew hit Haiti. I’ll post more information later.


Any questions to


Scholarship Fund Raising, Pens, Postcards and Notebooks

Hi Everybody!  It’s time to announce a winner from last month’s drawing – and we had a busy month with 60 entries (that includes multiple entries, too).

We raised $645 with the sale of postcards and notebooks in September.  Thank you all so much!

Using to pick a winner from all 60 entries last month, #44 wins!  Congrats to Hazel L., who wins a $225 credit with free grind and shipping as thanks for participating and supporting the scholarships!  I’ll send you an email soon.

If you haven’t seen yet we are now selling little pocket notebooks to raise money for the scholarships alongside the postcards.

You can look at all of those here-
Pocket Notebooks!
Buy Scholarship Postcards

All the money raised from sales and donations will go to high school kids to help pay for college – whether it’s books, tuition, groceries or gasoline.

If you want to know how it works the rules are here –

Please keep on sending in those donations and buying postcards and notebooks.  Every dollar counts!

As always, if you have any questions please ask –