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Re: HELP: info needed about AIS sections

In a message dated 96-04-30 17:32:08 EDT, you write:

>I still need some basic information about the membership
>benefits of a few AIS sections for the Iris-L INFO files.
>If you belong to one of the following sections, could you
>please let me know 1) how frequently the newsletter (or
>other publication) is issued, 2) whether there is a seed
>exchange, plant sale, or similar activity, and 3) any
>other membership benefits you are aware of.
>Society for Siberian Irises
>Spuria Iris Society
>Society for Japanese Irises
>Society for Pacific Coast Native Iris

Tom, Did you get the info on all of these? I belong to all, so if you are
missing any let me  know and I will try to provide the info you asked for.
Clarence Mahan in VA

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