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Re: AHS and the Hosta library

In a message dated 01/12/2000 6:21:02 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
EntICE11@aol.com writes:

 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 
 Tennessee Hosta Society Sport editor.
 Just a thought...

I will gladly do that!  The gentleman who is the editor of the Middle 
Tennessee newsletter is not a member of any Email robin so he would have 
gotten his information second hand.  I will send out a note to him this 

Dan,     I'm on it!  Don't worry!  

The Hosta Library has no official affiliation with the AHS.  We have gotten 
permission to post some information from the AHS Hosta Journal at the 
Library, like the Glossary of terms, etc. but the site is independent of the 
AHS organization.

Carol in CT z6/5
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