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Re: AHS and the Hosta library


Hmmm, I haven't read their newsletter, yet. However, I just popped off a
note to Ira Penn, their NLE.  I forwarded the original posting. Here's
what I wrote to him:

> 
> Ira Penn
> Middle TN Hosta Society Editor,
> 
> I have to say, I agree with the assessment of the article. You make it
> seem the AHS is somehow the one developing the Hosta Library.  It is an
> independently made website - done by Bob Axmear.  The AHS is not in any
> way involved it putting it together.
>   It's important that people know this. They may think that their dues
> moneys are helping to put this together.  This is not the case.  Please
> make a correction in your next newsletter.
> 
> Thanks
> Diane Frederick
> North Coast Hosta Society
> Newsletter Editor

Diane

EntICE11@aol.com wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
> I just ran across an article in the The Hostaphile, the Newsletter of the
> Minnesota Hosta Society...
> 
> HOSTA INFORMATION AVAILABLE ON-LINE
> from The Sport, newsletter of the Middle Tennessee Hosta Society
> 
> Members of the AHS E-mail Robin are working on a project to develop web sites
> Containing a library of hosta photographs (accompanied by information about
> each variety) and the diseases that affect Hostas. As these sites grow, they
> will provide a wealth of information to the hosta enthusiast. AHS members may
> subscribe to the ROBIN by sending an e-mail message to drsnooks@buffnet.net
> For the hosta photograph library:
> http://www.hostalibrary.org
> For the information on hosta diseases:
> http://www.hostasonline.com/diseases/diseases.html
> 
> Mind you that is the exact copy of the article...I thought AHS didn't have
> anything to do with the Hosta library. From the sounds of that article ..it
> sounds as they do have a connection. Maybe somebody should talk to the Middle
> Tennessee Hosta Society Sport editor.
> Just a thought...
> 
> Paula
> Zone4
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