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Re: Anybody Speak?

Thanks Jip,
I was really hoping for UK speakers, travel costs might be prohibitive, but
thanks for your reply.
-----Original Message-----
From: Jip Bieräugel <martjip@MULTIWEB.NL>
Date: 30 January 2000 18:02
Subject: Re: Anybody Speak?

>Dear Andrew,
>Mimy Sluiter, who is also active on the list, responded to your request by
>suggesting the name of Peter van Baaren. She also mentioned that the
>secretary of the Dutch Pelargonium and Geranium Society might know his
>address. It was only today that I received a new list of addresses and that
>is why I am answering your question now. You could therefore try:
>Mr Peter van Baaren
>Agnietenstraat 59
>The Netherlands
>I am sorry to say that I wouldn't really know any others you could write
>but perhaps you already have enough people to fill your programme! All the=
> best!
>Yours faithfully,
>Jip Bier=E4ugel

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