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Re: SHOW Show Schedules

  • Subject: Re: SHOW Show Schedules
  • From: "Walter Moores" <wmoores@watervalley.net>
  • Date: Sat, 27 Feb 1999 07:20:47 +0000
  • Comments: Authenticated sender is
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From: "Walter Moores" <wmoores@watervalley.net>

> From:          IrisDnD@aol.com
> Date:          Sat, 27 Feb 1999 00:54:26 EST
> To:            iris-talk@onelist.com
> Reply-to:      iris-talk@onelist.com
> Subject:       SHOW: Show Schedules

> From: IrisDnD@aol.com
> However page 213 of the new Judges Handbook says : Collections are NOT
> eligible
> for the "Best  Specimen of Show" award.  I am Westbay Iris Society (Reg.14),
> show Chair.  And they are very concise on wording for 1999 show schedules, to
> new Judges Handbook.  Have Fun!! Diane

	It would be wonderful if AIS would include some sample acceptable 
show schedules in the JT book in order to avoid several contacts with 
the Exhibitions chairman.

	I envision a sample short schedule with just the bare bones for a 
small society like ours.  Then, an example of an elaborate one for 
larger shows that includes just about everythings, such as 
collections mentioned in the original post..

	It seems like the show schedule must be completely rewritten each 
time there is a change in the Exhibitions chairman.  Once you please 
the show chairman, your schedule will be approved for as long as 
he/she is in office.  Then when the officer changes, you will 
probably have to start over from scratch.  This has been our 
experience with our society and its show schedule.

	I think it would save a lot of postage and headaches if samples of 
acceptable show schedules were authorized by the AIS.  Then, the 
individual show chairman can just fill in the blanks with the local 
society information and get instant approval.

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8

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