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Re: Foreign Memberships
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- Subject: Re: Foreign Memberships
- From: Cheryl Rogers <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 01 Feb 2002 08:50:17 -0600
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S. Hieber wrote:
Anyhow, it seems then, if I am finally catching on, that we are looking
for a distribution system, in effect middle-women or middle-men that
have access to groups of non-USA members. So we (how Victorian) should
be thinking about finding or setting up groups -- if you have groups,
finding a contact in each one probably easier than finding a contact
and starting a group.
How about about a place on the AGA web site where members can register
with their e-mail addresses and location? Then when others browse for
members in their area, they can contact those folks and start a club.
FWIW, pdfs are very easy for me to make, but that only services those
foreign members who have computers for personal use, and who want to
look at this stuff on their computers. Karen's idea would be a small way
to increase distribution of the print version of TAG, and perhaps even
pick up some members who are not online at home.
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