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Re: We need an editor

Dennis Stoneburner wrote (excerpts -->

If serious discussion is in order, than a discussion about
the future of the American Iris Society is tops on the list. 

What do
we have to offer them to come back, or those who are left.

What kinds of things do you suggest be done, Dennis, what do you think
the AIS has to offer to folks?  I want to end there, because to add the rest
of the phrase tempts a bandaid solution.

What is the future of the AIS??

I think the local clubs and the local members are the heart of the
organization. The Board and officers are very remote to me. As folks, 
they are nice, but as a Board of Directors, directing, I'd like to see
some interaction with the local clubs...

Carolyn Schaffner in Buffalo, NY

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