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Re: AIS bulletin etc

Other professional societies often have a basic bulletin that everyone gets
for membership dues, plus other serial publications which are optional and
cost extra.  The basic bulletin usually contains society business,
editorials, reports on meetings (which for AIS would be primarily shows,
tours, and awards), membership information, deaths of well known members,
projects, etc..  

An optional publication I would pay for would be a picture guide to new
introductions (which would not include all the hype written in ads - only the
basic stuff that goes in the checklist).  

Other possibilities would be a hybridizers bulletin, a Journal of Iris
Gardening (for both advanced and novice gardeners),...

Sell 'em for enough money to cover the expense of producing them.  Maybe only
have one of each per year - sort of like what ?Tom mentioned for...

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com avoiding chores in Tennessee

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