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From: plantnut at shadow.net (Dewey Fisk) on 1998.08.30 at 20:28:34(2562)
Attention *everyone*!!!

We would like to have someone write a chatty sort of colum for the
Newsletter. Most of the material would be on aroid-l and I would supply
more information as it became available to me. Others would, I am sure,
send information to be included in this type of column... Something about
the coming and goings of people, growing of unusual plants, who bloomed
what and how.... This would be something of a 'gossip column' with only
good things said. This is not a request for an accomplished writer.
Anyone that can put two words together is certainly qualified. This would
only be four times a year.

Anyone interested, please send me or Dr. Thompson a private e-mail...
Certainly would be appreciated.

Several of you have asked how you could get involved with the IAS.... This
is one way!!
Dewey

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From: plantnut at macconnect.com (Dewey Fisk) on 1998.12.21 at 18:58:29(2858)
The mail man was good to me today. He brought the IAS Newsletter.

Each time I get the Newsletter, I think it is the best one yet. This one
is no different.

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From: plantnut at macconnect.com (Dewey) on 2000.03.04 at 19:59:19(4154)
Over the past few years I have heard moaning and groaning because the
Newsletter was not this or was not that. It needed more of this type of
article or something else... It did not come out on time.... and other
groanings.

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From: "patricia frank" tricia_frank at hotmail.com> on 2000.05.19 at 11:54:22(4596)
To All Our International IAS Members;
We are trying a new mailing service for our international mail. The
Jan to March Newsletter was pickup yesterday May 18,would you please post to
this message when you receive yours and note any comments.

Thanks Tricia

[Moderator's note: Please send any messages directly to Tricia's email
address .]

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From: Alwyn Wootten <alwootten at gmail.com> on 2010.03.11 at 16:16:12(20749)
Congratulations on the great newsletter! I was blown away by the photo on
the first page of Alocasia macrorrhizos "Lutea". What a beauty!

I hope my plants at home in Charlottesville are surviving my son's care...it
sure has been an exciting last ten days here. I don't know of any
interesting aroid collections in Chile, which I understand is devoid of
native aroids though there are lots in gardens here.

Clear skies,
Al
--
Al Wootten,
Apoquindo 3846, 19th Floor
Las Condes, Santiago, Chile

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From: Alwyn Wootten <alwootten at gmail.com> on 2010.03.11 at 16:16:12(20750)
Congratulations on the great newsletter! I was blown away by the photo on the first page of Alocasia macrorrhizos "Lutea". What a beauty!

I hope my plants at home in Charlottesville are surviving my son's care...it sure has been an exciting last ten days here.. I don't know of any interesting aroid collections in Chile, which I understand is devoid of native aroids though there are lots in gardens here.

Clear skies,
Al
--
Al Wootten,
Apoquindo 3846, 19th Floor
Las Condes, Santiago, Chile

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