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Re: AIS Board response

In a message dated 96-11-25 08:12:57 EST, you write:

Dennis said
>AIS lost 500 members this Spring and 1000 members this Fall. 

This was an exceptionally bad year, at least for tall bearded iris.  Did AIS
gain a lot of members a few years ago when we had an exceptionally good year?

It would be interesting to see posted to the list a table of total membership
for the last 20 years, if somebody has that information handy.

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east Tenn

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