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Re: Local Clubs

     There is a wealth of information from the members in the societies.  
     If people are members for years, they must know some tricks of the 
     trade they can pass on to others.  By having regular meetings this 
     would be possible.  Some possible topics could be: preparing for a 
     show, growing siberians or japanese (or anything), pests, hybridizing, 
     etc.  Pratically everything we've discuss on this list could be 
     expanded.  Not everyone has access to a computer and/or the internet.  
     I know some of these things are mentioned in the newsletter but 
     sometimes hands-on is the only way to learn something properly.  A 
     calandar could be made a year in advance of the various topics, that 
     way someone could attend the meetings they were interested in or not.  
     suzette guay
     baltimore, md
     francis scott key (region 4)

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