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In a message dated 8/31/00 1:41:34 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
PatrickJOrr@hotmail.com writes:

<< I think the Median Iris Society, the Society for Siberian Irises, the 
Spuria Iris Society, the Society for Japanese Irises, the Dwarf Iris Society, 
the Society for Pacific Coast Native Irises, the Species Iris Group of 
Northern America, the Historic Iris Preservation Society, Aril Society 
International, and the Society for Louisiana Irises should all have their own 
symposiums like the Reblooming Iris Society does.  >>

Hi Patrick,

The following societies do have there own symposiums:  Dwarf, Median, 
Siberian and Japanese.  Some of the others probably do also.

Dorothy Willott

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