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Re: Seeds Project Update

Ok, I think I'm back now and should be able to get this project in the mail
in the next 5 working days.  The seeds have been tested and are viable,
they're packaged and ready to address and mail out.  I have the following
people on my list to ship to:

1.  Astrid Boehmer (Germany)
2.   Peter Brouwer (The Netherlands)
3.   Robin Kirk (Florida, USA)
4.   Judith King (South Carolina, USA)
5.   Diana Pederson (Michigan, USA)

My original notes said there were 7 volunteers, so who am I missing?  Dot, I
know I spoke to you, but I don't seem to have a snail mail address for you.
If the people I'm missing on my list would contact me with snail mail
addresses, I will address the last envelopes and get them into the mail this
upcoming week.


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