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Re: AIS: Board and not Bored

From: mmboehm@attglobal.net

Did anyone get the recipe for the Raspberry Fudge?!!!
Margaret Boehm

John I Jones wrote:

> From: John I Jones <jijones@ix.netcom.com>
> Well there was certainly a lot of goings on at the AIS Board meeting in St
> Louis this weekend, including some great happenings as well.
> First, let me say that the folks at the Greater St Louis Iris Society did a
> wonderful job of taking care of us. The hotel was great (after getting the air
> conditioning tuned up) and we had to fear nothing with about 600 police
> officers hanging around for another convention.
> The highlight of the hospitality suite was a Raspberry Fudge that was just to
> die for!
> Oh, yes the real business:
> The BOD approved a motion to establish an AIS auction website for anything
> iris. We will be sharing a home page with the daylily auction and hopefully
> get some crossover. Watch here for the announcement.
> The second motion the BOD approved the establishment of a website and search
> engine the R&I's and checklists and other reference material. There will be a
> nominal annual subscription fee. I am really excited about this. I have some
> sources, and need others, so watch here for further announcements. Can you
> imagine being able to search for name and descriptions with out having to go
> book by book?  Zow!
> And they made the Committee for Electronic Services a standing committee.
> (i.e., permanent)
> John                     | "There be dragons here"
>                          |  Annotation used by ancient cartographers
>                          |  to indicate the edge of the known world.
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