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RE: think you might need a virus scan, Cathy


I've just received 4 emails forwarded from you to CHAT but having no text
other than the forwarded message.  Are you aware of this  (yes, sometimes
the old send button gets hit before we intend...)


-----Original Message-----
From: cathy carpenter
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Sent: 3/20/2003 4:48 PM
Subject: [CHAT] Re: Wholesale plant sale

On Thursday, March 20, 2003, at 03:09 PM, cathy carpenter wrote:

> Vicki,
> Sorry I missed your message. I was en route to Kettering, OH, and my 
> middle daughter's delivery. (Girl, 8lbs 5oz) C-section, but mom and 
> baby just fine. I have pictures! Would love to see the catalog, if 
> there is still time. I am familiar with the organization and often 
> wished they were retail rather than wholesale. Would love to hear all 
> the details!
> Cathy
> On Tuesday, March 11, 2003, at 03:28 PM, Vicki Ebbing wrote:
>> Hi Carol, Kelly and Cathy,
>> I wanted to let you girils know this right away.  Carol and Kelly
>> were there last night so please bear with me. Bowood Farms is a
>> wholesale nursery in Clarksville, Mo.  They sell to many of the area
>> greenhouses and nurseries.  I have worked with them and their plants
>> for years through Quincy Preserves Plant sale that always took place
>> around the same time we have our plant sale.  Unfortunately Quincy
>> Preserves decided to stop having the plant sale this year.  But to
>> the Mississippi Valley Garden Club's advantage, they offered it to
>> our organization as a fund raiser.  Last night our board approved the
>> sale and we are under way.
>> I have put together copies of their catalog for you to look at (Great
>> idea Carol!) and see if you would like to order anything.  There is
>> an instruction sheet on the second page telling you how to place your
>> order and figure the price.  There are no photos in the catalog so it
>> is recommended to look at this with your faorite plant book close at
>> hand.  This is definately too heavy to mail so I will have copies at
>> Monday's meeting for those interested in taking a look. (if you want
>> youer copy before hand let me know and we can work out how to get it
>> to you.)
>> You are welcome to share this book with friends and family, but as it
>> says on the cover, please encourage them to join our club!  (I will
>> have membership applications with each catalog.) While we strongly
>> encourage our members to do business with our local nurseries, this
>> is an advantage of being a member!
>> See you Monday!  Please feel free to pass this on to all other
>> Mississippi Valley Garden Club members!  Thanks!
>> Vicki Ebbing
>> 217-224-4400
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