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Re: AIS RVP and Region 16 (humour)


From: John Montgomery <monashee@junction.net>

Sandy Ives wrote:
> More seriously, Region 16 has real problems with respect to climate and
> geography.  Many AIS/CIS members would be best served within the AIS by
> having close ties with their neighbours.  This is particularly notable

> in British Columbia with Region 13.
> 

This makes perfect sense. Iris do not know about national
boundaries but they do know about climates. Does it really
make sense to be in a region in which I would have to travel
2500 miles each way to attend any of the functions?

John Montgomery
monashee@junction.net
Vernon  BC  Zone 5


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