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Re: Re: OT Flower Pots, now Master Gardeners

We have been begging for that in our neck of the woods, too. No results. I think that either (1) the instructors do not want to deal with evenings - despite the expressed willingness of the MG to help, or (2) the powers that be feel that folks who work during the day would not be ideal candidates for volunteering.
On Wednesday, September 8, 2004, at 08:58 PM, Donna wrote:

Ow-- ow-- state Master Gardeners.... raise that hand when they ask for

Tell them they need night classes... in my area of the state please!

I love that '0-dark-30'.... got to remember that!

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