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RE: TB: TBIS question

From: "Chris Hollinshead" <cris@netcom.ca>

It likely would have been much more effective if there was some explanation
sent from TBIS along with it... instead of leaving the whole intent to
conjecture.  Seems like the mailing as described was a bit of a pointless
waste. Last time I checked it cost money to mail a letter...

Chris H.

> Linda Mann wrote:
> >
> > Did any other members of TBIS get a membership application in
> the mail? I
> > am/was a charter member - not sure what to make of this.  Does this mean
> > my membership expired?  No note or letter came with it.
> >
> Then Walta added:
> 	Linda, I think this is just a promotional thing.  If you
> know others who are interested you can pass it along to them.
> I got one too and have a triennial membership.

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