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Hosting AIS Conventions

In a message dated 96-10-11 11:37:04 EDT, you write:

>Everyone not only in Region 2, but in Canada, too.  She has been a supporter
>of an international convention and of the many functions that cross the

I want an international Canada/Region 2 AIS Convention!  But now Pa has asked
for 2001, and Memphis TN has asked for 2002, and Region 4 has voted to ask
for 2003!  The year 2004 is open...but please Canada and Region 2, send me a
formal invitation before it is too late!   Clarence Mahan in VA  

P.S. (If it were so difficult to host  AIS conventions, why would the regions
that host them keep stepping forward to host another one? And another one?
And another one? Regions that don't host AIS conventions really lose out
giving their members a marvelous experience of meeting hybridizers, getting
all the latest introductions as guests in their regions,  etc. ec.)

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