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OT- CHAT: Horticultural Societies-

I am considering joining several horticultural societies. 
Of interest to me is the overall health of the organizations under  
consideration, which I define as a well-considered mission; generous  public outreach; 
a consistently acceptable level of member  services; an informed, 
communicative, and responsible leadership which  holds itself to a high standard of 
service; interesting educational  opportunties, and opportunities for service, 
available to the wider  membership; a minimum of internecine bickering and trashy   
behavior; an informative publication received in a timely manner.
If anyone here is a member of any of the following, would you kindly  give me 
your confidential opinion of their health at this time. 
American Boxwood Society; American Peony Society; American Ivy Society;  
International Bulb Society; New England Garden History Society, American Lily  
Please reply privately to _ChatOWhitehall@aol.com_ 
Thank you.
Anner Whitehead
Richmond VA USA

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