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  • Subject: newsletter
  • From: Aroideae@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 15 Dec 2001 18:48:22 -0600 (CST)

dear all,

i'm wondering if everyone has received the latest issue of the IAS 
newsletter.  i've not seen any comments about it, so thought i should put in 
my 2 cents.  ron and jill are doing such a terrific job and they deserve a 
big 'thankyou'!!  they've put a lot of time and caring into each issue.  i 
liked the way the photos were presented in an almost scrapbook format....and 
the fact that there were LOTS of photos with the articles. 

i particularly enjoyed joep moonen's article .  having visited emerald jungle 
village, a couple of years ago, the article brought back many vivid memories 
of this beautiful place and of joep, marijka and bernie.  it is all you could 
possibly imagine and more!

congratulations and many thanks to jill and ron!  keep up the good work!

lynn hannon

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