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Re: ACGA membership?

In shorter words than those of Ms Garlic 2000,
1.) how many people on this list serve are actually members of ACGA?
2.) Why or Why Not?  and
3.) Is there anything we can do to help convince the non-members to become
Reply to Dorene, please.
Sally (whose Seedy Acres Garden's status as 1999's Sweepstakes Winner was
totally blown off the map by St. John's this year!)

At 10:42 PM -0400 9/20/00, Tetrad wrote:
>Hi, Folks!
>Just wondered how many folks have joined this list and then, inspired by us
>all, decided to become members of the American Community Gardening
>Association (ACGA).  Also, wondering how many folks joined this list, and
>then never did get around to joining ACGA.  If you joined, what inspired
>you?  If you didn't join, why not?
>(Be verbose -- as I have not yet achieved Horticultural Perfection [as
>evidenced by my troucing by the now-infamous 67-types-of-eggplant basket], I
>will yet again be toiling in the ACGA National Office for whatever crumbs
>the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society staff in their great pity for one who
>has failed to reach Horticultural Enlightenment toss in my far-too-roomy
>garlic basket.  The more you say, the longer it will take someone [probably
>me] to review the remarks, and thus, the more crumbs in my basket.
>Generousity in thought and *especially* in words will help me reap a perhaps
>undeserved, but greatly appreciated harvest.  So don't hold back -- let
>everyone [especially me! ;-)] have it! :-D)
>Dorene Pasekoff, Coordinator
>St. John's United Church of Christ Organic Community Garden
>A mission of
>St. John's United Church of Christ, 315 Gay Street, Phoenixville, PA  19460
>community_garden maillist  -  community_garden@mallorn.com

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