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From: Paul Tyerman <tyerman at DYNAMITE.COM.AU>
Subject: Re: Ariod Society website
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Howdy All,

As there was no response from MJ...... are there any other Aroid Society
members who would care to expound on the benefits of being a member of th=e
Aroid Society?  I am interested in joining, but want to find out what I g=et
for my money (see message attached below).

Hopefully someone out there will be of some help.  If there is still no
answer forthcoming I'll ask the Aroid-L.

I might also add, that it isn't just me who is wondering.  I have had
emails from a couple of people asking if I'd had responses, wondering wha=t
these "other benefits" are.

Thanks in anticipation.

Paul Tyerman

>>How many of you are members of the International Aroid Society? Come on
>>folks, Please Join. Support the Society, which helps to maintain out
>>List.Receive your own copies of the Newsletters and the Journal.
>Out of interest what ARE the benefits of being a member.  The site lists
>the benefits as "the annual, AROIDEANA, quarterly newsletters, and other
>What ARE these other benefits?  Is it written anywhere?  I just had a qu=ick
>look and couldn't find anything stating what you get.
>These are honest questions.  I am in Australia so the cost of joining, b=y
>the time I get charged $3 for the privilege of using a card will come ou=t
>to something like $70 a year, which means I'd like to know exactly what =I'd
>get for joining.  I currently partake of the Aroid-L (which I think is
>wonderful, but I don't need to be a member to use that) but what else of
>benefit to international members.  Many of the Horticultural societies a=re
>geared to their country of origin and have less use for their internatio=nal
>members.  That's why I'm asking.
>Paul Tyerman
>Canberra, Australia.  USDA equivalent - Zone 8
>mailto:tyerman at
>Growing.... Galanthus, Erythroniums, Fritillarias, Lilium, Aroids, plus
>just about anything else that doesn't move!!!!!

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