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Paul Black to Give Program

Ginny Spoon, President of the Chesapeake and Potomac Iris Society, whose area
includes western Maryland, DC, and northern Virginia, has issued the club's
program for 1997.  Two great events are coming up in February and March.  On
22 Feb 97, Don and Ginny Spoon will give a slide program and presentation on
rebloom in irises.  This event will begin at 1 pm and be held at Green Spring
Park in Annandale, VA.

On 8 March 1997 a very special program featuring iris hybridizer and owner of
Mid America Iris Gardens Paul Black will be held at the Fairview Marriott
Hotel in Falls Church, VA.  There will be a luncheon.  Reservations are $18
per person, check payable to C&P Iris Society, and should be sent to Ginny
Spoon, 1225 Reynolds Rd, Cross Junction, VA 22625.  For more info call Ginny
at (540) 888-4447.  If you send reservations please indicate whether you
prefer salmon or chicken for lunch.
This promises to be a most exciting program, and will be the first time Paul
Black has given a program in the mid-Atlantic area.  

Of note on the C&P Iris Society program is the addition of a Median Iris Show
on April 26, 1997.  This will be the first median show in this area, and
means the C&P Iris Society will be holding FOUR iris shows in the new year
(there will also be a May Show, the Japanese Iris Show co-sponsored with the
Francis Scott Key Iris Society in Baltimore/Towson area, and a fall show in
October).  These shows will offer to irisarians and the general public the
opportunity to see almost ALL types of irises.  All events sponsored by C&P
Iris Society are open to everyone, and I hope many on this list will be able
to come to some of them.  Clarence Mahan in northern VA

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