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Re: IRIS Books

In a message dated 96-10-14 08:11:21 EDT, you write:

>on another plant list, a woman talked about a share
>table on which folks put their magazines, books, catalogues, newsletters
>outside the area which could be taken, borrowed, looked at.

We try to do this at each of our demonstration shows each year.  But we don't
have much information from other regions or even from within our own region
for that matter.  Maybe our club ought to 'join' some of the other region 7
clubs if they have a newsletter.  
Julie, do you know if/which Region 7 clubs have newsletters?

Linda Mann lmann76543@aol.com east TN USA

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