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Re: Auctions

Hi Glen
	At this point the library has enough funds for awhile. That is why I am
not too crazy about one for it. 
	I thought robins like the phoneix have no costs, if it could be shown
the expenses I am all for it or like someone suggested this morning it
could be moved to egroups where it is free. Bill Nash moved the whole
pixlist to egroups for everyone. 
	Clarence suggested a project for research for southern blight or region
one sponsoring a new national spring event test trying to promote new
seedlings and sport competition.  These both seem like great projects to
	I am sending this to the open so they can keep up to speed on it.

Glen Williams wrote:
>    I have to say I would favor just one auction supporting the cause of the
> Hosta Library and the Phoneix Robin together. In the past I have supported
> both with contributions  and by bidding on hostas. What I really want is
> one-stop-shopping. I think that this would be good for two reasons.
>    1. I think too many auctions can limit  the fun and the success of auctions.
>       Overkill. I have had 3 phone requests to support Public television which
>       I have already done once this year.Am not wild about the repetition.
>    2. Anything that helps unify us (especially after witnessing Florida) has got
>       to be a good thing.
> Glen Williams
> 20 Dewey St.
> Springfield , Vermont
> 05156
> Tel: 802-885-2839* Under utilized statistic: "...there are more cows
> abducted by aliens in the Texas panhandle than any other section of the
> country."

Bob             Bob Axmear  208 2nd St Ne  Waukon, Ia 52172
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