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Re: Member's list

Whatever y'all wants, can be had by running for AHS President and/or 
excecutive-ships, but leave yer guns at home sons ...don'take'yer-guns 
t'town'sons <johnny cash tune> LOL!

---- regarding *to whit* below ---
At 09:58 PM 11/19/2000 -0500, you wrote:
>     Looks like most would rather post on politics....so I will at least try
>to be politically incorrect......
>Personally, I think that the AHS should NOT be sending out a "Membership
>publication" to every member as an issue of THJ.
>I would like to see the membership roster available to those that want or
>need it BUT I think those individuals should shoulder the cost of
>reproducing that list.
>I believe Kevin addressed a "legal" problem with selling the list without
>our members first being given the opportunity to have their names excluded
>from the list. Can this be avoided by not "selling" the list, only charging
>for copying and mailing? Why not include a form (with appropriate
>notification) in a future publication that would give our membership this
>opportunity to have their names excluded from any list being sold?
>Perhaps, for those electronically able, the membership list could be made
>available on disk. Or how about making it available at a website? (Perhaps
>only to members)
>I'd like to see 4 Journals a year with hosta photos and articles instead of
>money spent on a Directory and Yearbook!!!
>1999 AHS expenses included:
>Yearbook Expense           $14,181.00
>Directory Expense            $12,563.00
>Wasted expense?? What's your opinion?
>Let's turn things around: instead the Yearbook being a drain on our funds,
>let's make into an asset (or at least break even).
>Preston Littleton ( plittleton@ce.net )
>Seaford DE
>zone 7
>----- Original Message -----
>From: <HoroRL@aol.com>
> > I'm looking for your opinions about having the Hosta Membership not as an
> > issue of THJ.  The daylily society charges an updated yearly rooster to
> > for $15.00.
> > Hostally,
> >
> > Rich Horowitz
> > Stoughton MA
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