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Re: now plant clubs- Reverse sexism?!

In a message dated 01/26/2003 3:51:38 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:

> <<National Council of State Garden Clubs >>
> Cathy, is this affiliated with Federated Garden Clubs?  

They have officially changed their name to National Garden Clubs.  Each state 
has a federation, as in Federated Garden Clubs of New York State.  It's true 
that there is too much emphasis on flower arranging, but there are lots of us 
out there who are growers, and the organization supports lots of other good 
stuff, too.  Unfortunately, some people are put off by the flower-arranging 
aspect and don't see beyond that.
There is no requirement to have flower shows - but, hey, how else can we show 
off what we grow?
Now I could tell you about New York State's unique Horticulture Schools 

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