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Re: MG classes

In a message dated 9/8/03 1:20:04 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

<<  Any MGs who have stopped turning in hours anytime in the 
past 25 years will be given until April 2004 for recertification. >>

Kitty, we have always been rqd to recertify by Nov with 6 hrs vol & 6 hrs 
education which I think both should be increased.
    We have free evening educational opportunities each month by a guest 
speaker and a wide range of subjects, different each month.  These are available 
in at the extension office and you may also attend the new MG classes for 
certification.  In the summer months, free evening programs/classes are given at 
our demonstration gardens which  qualify so lots of free opportunities but many 
MGs wait till the last month.
    They surely recognize what an asset they have with you as a MG.

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