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Re: show chair duties


In a message dated 96-11-16 04:33:17 EST, you write:

<< Would you share with us what these specific requirements are?  
 
 These additional requirements are probably one of the reasons that Region
 4 has so many great judges and superior gardens!
  >>
Carolyn, I do not have the exact requirements handy at present, but they are
in general that an apprentince has to have a minimum number of hours of both
in garden and show training for BOTH bearded and beardless irises....the AIS
requirements at present do not specify both beardless and bearded
irises....and a great number of people are elevated to judgeship without ever
having in garden or show training in judging beardless irises or species.
 The consenusus in Region 4 is that a person is not ready for making
judgements on beardless irises until he has had training in judging beardless
irises.  Clarence Mahan in VA





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