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Re: A Great Idea

Of course, a real show is better, unless the region has too many

THIS is usually not a problem!!  Are there any regions which have TOO MANY
apprentices????  Regions are restricted in the number of judges, but every
one can become an apprentice and in the highly unlikely event that there are
TOO MANY JUDGES, one would have to wait, I would suppose.  

Is there a Region with TOO MANY JUDGES, or TOO MANY APPRENCI

The apprentice is in the position of student, and is privy to many conversationsand training sessions and can ask all sorts of questions of accredited and
master judges and can be tutored one-on-one in the gardens and, well, life
is exciting for apprentice iris judges!!

Carolyn Schaffner -- advocating for TOO MANY APPRENTICES!!

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