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Re: Cindy Rivera aka Sidneygardener 's question about TBIS

From: daf10@cornell.edu (Dorothy A. Fingerhood)

Rosalie wrote:
>Keep in mind that Clarence is a peace-maker with his feet on the ground and 
>he is not a grudge-holder.  He really wants what is best for AIS, with no
>personal ax to grind.

 ---- and AIS is a big family and I have
>been part of it for many years and know most of the TBIS's members and am very
>fond of them.  Most are young enough to be my children or should I say it in
>another way and say I am old enough to be their mother - and  I feel
>maternally (is that the word I want?) toward them.  They are dear to me and I
>have fond memories of the past.  And I don't like to see this dissension in
>"my family". 

Hear, hear.  A round of applause for the peace-makers of the world!

Dorothy Fingerhood
(Newfield, NY)

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