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AIS Judges Training Program

In a message dated 96-11-05 10:11:42 EST, Gerry writes:
>Actually, apprentices _are_ included in the 15% limit, but I don't
>think any region is at the limit. Everyone can become a student.

along this vein... I just got the Judges Training Report at the AIS Board
meeting... no Region is even CLOSE to reaching their quota of judges.  Pedal
to the metal, folks.  Joining the Judges Training program of AIS will not
just enable you to become a judge one day, it will also train you to grow and
recognize quality irises or ANY age.

Kathyguest - Judges Training Chair for WNY - who is very proud to report that
100% of our judges returned their ballots this year!

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