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Re: Library's Future

I agree with Preston,  Bob has/is doing a great job with the library and
let's let him take care of it.  DON'T LET US BECOME A VICTIM OF POLITICS.
Bob is the boss of the library!  Beth
-----Original Message-----
From: Preston Littleton <plittleton@ce.net>
To: hosta <hosta-open@mallorn.com>; hostapix@onelist.com
Date: Tuesday, January 04, 2000 6:34 AM
Subject: Library's Future

>    Bob has done a great job with the library. I appreciate all the effort
>he has undertaken.
>    Bob--I say DO add pix of companion plants, ponds, statues, birdhouses,
>planters, or anything YOU want to---
>Maybe video clips and even sound in the near future.  Since you are willing
>to unselfishly give of your time----Go for it!!! I am very thankful for
>effort and the support given by all the others.
>     I have started collecting ferns and would be interested in seeing what
>ferns others have. John Michel of the NY Botanical Gardens spoke at a
>Mid-Atlantic meeting a couple of years ago and got me hooked. His
>was infectious.
>    Two years ago I put in  216 feet of a 7' cedar fence. Several
>birdhouses, plaques, and other ornaments are displayed on it. How have
>others dealt with a fence?
>     If 600 Mb of space is paid for-- then why not put interesting items
>there. Bob has done a great job so far and, no doubt will continue to do
>So why don't we allow  Bob to decide what to add to the Library.
>    Please don't become a victim of politics. Most importantly stay
>I'd don't mean monetarily. Remain free from outside interference. Be
>of those with ulterior motives.
>Preston Littleton ( plittleton@ce.net )
>Seaford DE
>zone 7
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