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Re: OT convention planning

Anna Mae, you've given me a lot of good ideas here, ones I would never
have thot of since I'm not a "joiner" -- it simply didn't occur to me to
think about manpower needs at such a complex event & volunteering as a
way of taking part. Thank you so much.
Marte in the mtns
Irisquilt@aol.com wrote:
> Why don't you volunteer to be a hostess at one or two of the gardens.  Most
> conventions are short handed and that is probably why they do not ususally
> have a flower show at conventions.  It takes a lot of people to man the
> registration table for 5-6 days 10-12hrs /day.  How many bus captains do you
> think it takes to handle maybe 800 people with 40/bus?  I am usually so busy
> I don't have time to go to the business meetings but all the officers,
> RVPs-24-, section Pres./representatives etc. all go 2 days early and make
> decisions that makes AIS the organization it is and it is hard to please
> everyone and these are volunteers.  I'm thankful for them giving so
> generously.  Anna Mae

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