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Re: IAS show & sale, September 18-19, 2010

Dear Steve,

Thank you for all efford making the 2010 aroid show a big success !

so sorry I cannot be there.......
it's a sacrifice one pays to live in South America......

but in 2011 i hope to be there !

best wishes to you and your wife,


On Aug 30, 2010, at 3:49 PM, Steve Marak wrote:

> Aroiders, some information on the IAS show, which is now just a few  
> weeks
> away. More will follow, stay tuned!
> Certainly one of the highlights of our annual show is the Saturday  
> night
> banquet. For those of you who have never attended, we encourage you to
> take the plunge. One thing about Fairchild is that it caters a  
> delicious
> dinner. Every year there are tantalizing foods as well as more  
> familiar
> fare, and always more than enough to fill the hungriest stomach. The  
> other
> fun aspect of the food is that IAS luminaries frequently dish it out  
> to
> you. It's nice to see them taking their proper place in the  
> organization.
> Following the banquet is another show highlight, the keynote address  
> by
> our featured speaker. This year Scott Mori of the New York Botanical
> Garden will present an AV presentation and speak on "Aroids and
> Neotropical Forests: Is There Hope for Their Future?" Given his  
> experience
> and the institutional depth of the NYBG, it's sure to be a fact- 
> filled and
> interesting presentation, and our lively and curious group will ensure
> plenty of questions and comments from the audience.
> If you are coming in from afar for the show, or happen to live near
> Fairchild, plan on being at the banquet. We ask that attendees pay in
> advance at the IAS website (it helps with the cash flow, you  
> understand),
> although registration and payment at the show is also acceptable. Be  
> sure
> to be there and sit by some of our fascinating members during the  
> dinner.
> We are a friendly, sociable group.
> Make your reservations at www.Aroid.org
> -- Steve Marak
> -- samarak@gizmoworks.com
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