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Re: Convention


    We all need to band together to bring about some needed changes. The AHS
belongs to all members not just those that can and do attend the convention.
Not attending does NOT equal not being interested. Some can not afford to
attend; others may not be able to attend for business or personal reasons.
    Changing the bylaws seems like a logical solution BUT how successful
will that be if our leadership only follows the AHS rules and bylaws when
they choose to.
    Count my vote for change! We can't succeed if we don't try.

----- Original Message -----
From: Joanne Pyszczek <jopyz@earthlink.net>
To: <hosta-open@mallorn.com>
Sent: Monday, June 28, 1999 9:55 AM
Subject: Re: Convention


> Three Cheers for Ran!!!
> I'd propose an amendment that required all changes to be published
> in an AHS publication or sent by mail to each member a minimum of
> 45 days prior to the convention.  Options should be available for
> mailing in your vote, voting at the convention, or voting electronically
> thru the AHS webpage.  Anything has to be better than being handed
> a packet of papers on the bus while touring gardens all day and then
> expecting a limited number of people to make intelligent decisions.
> Add to that the fact that the vending opened before the meeting was
anywhere
> near over causing a large number of people to leave.
> Perhaps the meeting should not be held during dinner but at a separate
time.
> I'd much prefer to hear a speaker after dinner than
> deal with business, it causes indigestion.
> Joanne
> jopyz@earthlink.net
>
>
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