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Re: ... & bulletin

In a message dated 96-07-25 21:53:21 EDT, Clarence writes:

>Scott, I do think it is important to have the minutes published in the
>Bulletin.  They are printed with small print and do not really take up that
>much space.  But it is important that the members who want to know what is
>going on can find out in the Bulletin.  People do want an open enviornment
>the running of the organization...More people are interested in these
>than you might think.....:) Clarence Mahan in VA

I agree completely.  I always read the minutes, even though it's a challenge
with the fine print they're printed in.  I'd really prefer not to have to
send off separately to get a copy--just another thing to do on a long
list...So here's another vote for keeping them where they are!

Dorothy Fingerhood
Newfield, NY 

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