Bulb Garden newsletter

Karl Church 64kkmjr@gmail.com
Sun, 16 Nov 2014 13:33:07 PST

If there's no editor for the printed version how will you manage an online
only newsletter? As a paying member, I appreciate the print version but
would accept an online version over having no newsletter.

Karl Church
Dinuba, zone 9b
On Nov 16, 2014 12:26 PM, "Jane McGary" <janemcgary@earthlink.net> wrote:

> We are still seeking someone to edit The Bulb Garden, the PBS printed
> newsletter. If we can't find an editor, we will have to discontinue this
> service.
> Perhaps those of you who participate in this list don't care whether you
> get a printed newsletter, and those who do care may not use the internet
> much. Is this so?
> I do know that some of our members who are relatively new to bulb growing
> value the Bulb Garden for its accessible articles and photos, and it is a
> useful way of transmitting the activities of the PBS board to members who
> wouldn't think of looking such reports up otherwise.
> The board has discussed launching a separate, online-only journal, but if
> we can't maintain the print newsletter, that may be the only source for
> such information in the future.
> We will all welcome comments, especially from the paying members who
> receive the Bulb Garden now. Is it a "make or break" incentive to pay dues?
> Is the BX such an incentive? What other privileges would be?
> Jane McGary
> Membership Coordinator, PBS
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