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RE: new member

Hi Cheryl,

Congratulations on your new job - I'm amazed that folks actually get paying
jobs doing community gardening projects - good for you!

As soon as that first check clears, be sure you get in your membership
check. Last October, a certain Billy Jeff Clinton contacted this listserve
on how to best transfer some roses from behind his house in Washington, DC
to a site somewhat north of NYC. This listserve gave him wonderful advice
with the suggestion that he join the ACGA at our special ex-chief executive
rate of $25 per year. Ol' Billy Jeff stiffed us - the whammy ( New Yorkese
for karmic implications ) got him. ;)))))!!!

Keep those cards and letters coming!

Great luck in your new job,
Adam Honigman

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Naturaedu@aol.com [SMTP:Naturaedu@aol.com]
	Sent:	Tuesday, March 06, 2001 10:20 AM
	To:	community_garden@mallorn.com
	Subject:	[cg] new member

	Hi Folks, 
	I would like to introduce myself on this list. I am Cheryl
	formerly of Hedgerow Farm in Boulder, CO. I have just been hired as
	Garden Coordinator for the Rio Grande Community Farm project. We
have 120 
	acres of city open space land to farm organically and develop
	gardens. I am thrilled with the position, and thrilled to be a part
of this 
	wonderful movement. I have been reading this list and have noted all
	addresses recently posted for help with start up etc. There are
several of 
	you who write quite regularly, who I hope to get to know. I have
picked up on 
	some info- like Adam, Hello Adam- strongly suggests membership in
the AG--, 
	which I can subscribe to at communitygarden.org. And I will -pronto.
	all for now. Muchas Gracias amigos.

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