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From: A918Nrs@aol.com

I've enjoyed reading the show results from other regions so much I dug out 
our newsletter to share the Early Exhibit results from Sun Country Iris 
Society (Region 15-Phoenix, AZ) with you.  Hope you enjoy :)

Tall Bearded:
1st         Jesse's Song
2nd        Bordello
3rd         Mesmerizer

lst:          Silent Tears
2nd:        Splash Dance
3rd          Emerald Fantasy

1st:         Picacho Peak
2nd:        Highline Bluebird
3rd:         Wyoming Cowboys

Our early exhibit is a vote of the general public - so it is always 

Our Spring Show was a bit later and small- secondary to bizarre weather which 
continues to plague us even in July!  

Queen of Show:     Soul Sister        
Arilbred                 Netted Bronze

Next year we will be including a category for historical iris.  I'd be 
interested in hearing from other regions/societies who have included this 
category about their experiences.  It will be a new area for us to venture 

Thanks for the input and as always for the information contained in the posts.

Sun Country Iris Society
Phoenix, AZ
Where the weather goes from hot and muggy to monsoons and back again in the  
blink of an eye!   Stay out of those low dry washes in July!  They won't be 
low or dry for long!

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