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RE: [ACGA] what a show

Thanks Jack.  It was a great event.  The spirit of community gardening is alive and well in our great city!

Please put me on the list serve.  Thanks

David Flanigan
Director of Operations

-----Original Message-----
From:	Jack N. Hale [SMTP:jackh@knoxparks.org]
Sent:	Sunday, March 25, 2001 10:16 PM
To:	Community Garden List Serve; ACGA board list serve
Subject:	[ACGA] what a show

Seems like practically everybody made it to the Bronx this weekend.  Green
Thumb put on a little conference for New York community gardeners.  Only
about 1000 people showed up!!!  The apparently Rev. Bobby Wilson of the ACGA
board got everybody stirred up, although he claimed he wasn't using his real
preaching voice.  Sounded like preaching to me, and I think I heard a few
Dan Ross and friends from Holyoke, Mass. brought a real message of hope.
Their urban agriculture efforts impress everyone.
Edie Stone was a great MC.
Good work, everybody.  It was a pleasure to be there.  See you in Salt Lake
City in September.
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