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Re: A Great Idea

>> Of course, a real show is better, unless the region has too many
>> apprentices.
> ***
> THIS is usually not a problem!!  Are there any regions which have TOO MANY
> apprentices????  

As usual, I was imprecise in my terminology. I meant "too many 
apprentices in need of show tutoring for the number of shows

> 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.

Actually, apprentices _are_ included in the 15% limit, but I don't
think any region is at the limit. Everyone can become a student.

> Carolyn Schaffner -- advocating for TOO MANY APPRENTICES!!

I'll second that!


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