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Re: AIS: Sections and Robins

From: "Jan Clark" <janclarx@hotmail.com>

Ellen writes:
>    Also, something that has been bothering me for almost two years:
>    I direct and own a mailing list that was originally (and still is)   
part of the AIS round-robin 'system'. I have taken the "don't ask,   
don't tell" approach re AIS membership.
>    *Is there anything in the by-laws about the robin system?
>    We are now up to 69 people and since the list is on the ONElist
>    free to the public, it seems counterproductive to question
>    new subscribers - we have had some new AIS and Siberian Section
>    members from our little SIBROB.

I'm sure the AIS will win many new paying members through the internet 
mailing lists. I joined the local Iris Society after I joined Iris-l.
-Jan Clark, in Australia

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