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Re: AIS funding/membership

Hello, Scott,

Your response to Christy's message reminded me that I hadn't yet let you 
know what a terrific job I think you and your dad are doing with the 
Bulletin. The photos have been wonderful; I especially like seeing some 
of the folks I've only met through the Iris list - it's good to be able 
to put a "face" on some of the conversations that go on here. And the 
covers! oh, my!. Since there are no local groups for me to join, the 
bulletin is really my only contact with AIS, and for me it's worth every 
I can't wait to see what you have planned for the next issue!
Happy spring...

Kay Berg (kberg@baker.cnw.com)
in the Skagit Valley, Washington State
AIS Region 13

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