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Re: OSIS Meeting update

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] OSIS Meeting update
  • From: oneofcultivars@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 2 Mar 2006 23:54:06 EST

If you missed Felder Rushing and Dr. Dirt at the Old South Iris Society meeting tonight, you have another chance tomorrow morning, March 3, at 9:00 AM. to join a live broadcast of the "Gestalt Gardener". 

Different subject matter perhaps, but guaranteed to be just as entertaining and informative!

This was one of our most enjoyable/informative/entertaining iris meetings. Dorothy Willott, as always, was correct when she suggested he was worth hearing.

Sadly, we were unable to video or camcord. It's unlikely much would have been gained though. The rapid fire questions being asked and answered would more often than not have been drowned out by the raucous laughter that ensued.

These guys are highly recommended as a program by OSIS membership!

Much thanks to Doyce Deas, city council woman, Tupelo. for gettin' them to this area.

Smiles from the pleased,
Bill Burleson


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