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Fw: Re:Re:TBIS









>
Subject: Re:Re:TBIS

I have attended the AIS Board Meeting for several times now--and have
heard
their side of the 'section vs cooperating' society--I also attended the
> TBIS
> > meeting in Oregon, last spring--why does TBIS not let their members vote
> on
> > the issue of section vs cooperating society--and then the issue should
be
> > settled--once and for all-(yea--really!!!)
> > there are some other basic differences between AIS and TBIS--and these
> must
> > get discussed and worked out--as the membership wants--not as a few
> officers
> > want--
> >
> > The AIS meeting is essentially a tall bearded meeting--I prefer to grow
> > Medians and Specie--and would like to see more of them at the AIS
> > meeting--but have to go to section meetings to see them--
> >
> > The AIS meeting does cost more to attend--safety for attendees is always
a
> > concern--and a Motel must have many meeting rooms to accommodate all the
> > meetings--so--the motel does cost more--and the Registration fee must
> cover
> > the cost of busses and lunches--for 3 days--whereas, at the TBIS
meeting,
> > busses were for one day only, volunteers made the lunches, and a couple
> big
> > Iris growers donated money--so the cost to the attendees was  less than
> > usual--
> >
> > So--it is hard to compare a one-day meeting with a week-long meeting--
> >
> > Carryl in western Montana--where the smoke still is--and still getting
> > worse--
> >
>


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