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Re: hosta college question

In a message dated 2/27/00 6:10:24 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
sunkat@netnitco.net writes:

<< Some one mentioned that the Michigan Hosta society brings stones made in 
 shape of hosta.  How much do these cost (I don't remember what was said).

Kate, thanks for reminding me that someone was looking for turtle stones.  I 
found turtle stones made of resin, cute at Old Time Pottery for $5.99 ea.  I 
can pick some of them up for whoever it was that wanted them, of course if 
they are cheaper at hosta college, then I would do that.  Narda
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