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Re: R & I

In a message dated 96-11-05 12:25:44 EST, you write:

>  We should have avoided that 
>by making it crystal clear at a club meeting just what entering 
>things in a show involved, what had to be done ahead of time, the 
>importance of accurate identification, etc.  I learned by the whole 
>experience, but it should have been avoided.  This year it will, 
>because as the club president this year, I'm going to make sure we 
>have no ignorance, either born of indifference or newness, before we 
>go into the show.

Good for you, Arnold.  We actually publish this in our club's Show newsletter
- would you like a copy of this past years?  We also hold a workshop a week
before the show on grooming and filling out tags... anyone who comes to the
show unprepared  does not get a lot of sympathy.  We also publish a list of
judges who will actually go to a person's garden for one-on-one for anyone
who can't get to the workshop.  

Kathyguest... who thinks we do a decent job of informing and educating

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