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Current discussion

  • Subject: Current discussion
  • From: Sandy Connerley sandyc@SURFARI.NET
  • Date: Sun, 10 Nov 2002 09:14:44 -0800

    I think the frustration in this situation arose from discussing all
these ideas for the society, having them presented to the board, and
then not hearing a thing about what happened, how they could be made
workable, or anything, for over three weeks after the board meeting.
    The discussions were on getting out more information in a useful
way, and stimulating more interest in pelargoniums which are not the
'hot' flower now.  It seems that many people only know about the
commercial varieties.
    Sometimes when you have a goal, you can reach it by many roads.  If
the first road is closed (or decided not workable), you try other roads.
 Open discussions are what get things going.

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