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Re: NW Ind... hosta and friends

In a message dated 07/10/2000 8:38:50 AM Central Daylight Time, 
sunkat@netnitco.net writes:

<< Gary's correct.  We are just trying to make it easier for us at this end of
 the lake to get together and talk hosta.  The turn out was good.  People
 came from Kankakee/Create area through Michigan City.  We're kind of stuck
 in the middle of several societies but none are easy to get to for some of
 us.  We wanted to find other hostavites out there in our area for fun hosta
 and shade gardening related stuff.   >>

I think it's GREAT!  With the popularity of hostas, more groups will be 
formed.  Hopefully this is the beginning of a future hosta society. 
Ray Rodgers, Bartonville, IL, CIHS, Zone 5
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