Thu, 7 Feb 2002 11:40:07 -0500
Sponsorship is really a formality--just ask someone to sponsor you. I am
sorry that the cost of the meeting may be too high for you, but it includes
room/board/buses/insurance/registration, etc. which is very reasonable. We
do have some scholarships, depending on availability. We try to limit these
to students, which would make you eligible. You need to contact Marilyn
again (e-mail = <[log in to unmask]>) to find out how much
money is available for scholarships. They are on a first come, first serve
basis and I have no idea how many people have applied. Please tell her that
you contacted me and I'll be happy to recommend you for a scholarhip.
----- Original Message -----
From: Mr. Kyle S. Fletcher <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Wednesday, February 06, 2002 9:27 PM
Subject: Re: Joining JBS
> Dear Mrs. Rooney,
> This is the information I'm seeking, as i'm on a limited
> poverty level) the 200$ is a bit steep, I plan on attending the JBS
> at Bates College on April 20 to introduce myself.
> I contacted Mrs. Mollicone and she stated two years ago that there was
> initial $200 fee and then $2/year membership fee to join. I am an amateur
> nurseryman as stated in employment at Plainview Farms for 8 years now,
> heavily into native U.S. Wildflowers, with an empathise on Native orchids
> I grow 300+ houseplants, mainly Orchids/Zingiber/Bromeliads.
> Does Mrs. Mollicone have an E-mail address? I am serious in my want of
> membership of JBS but as said my budget is limited. what does sponsorship
> entitle? Is there a sliding pay scale for the summer annual meeting?
> these are serious question's I have. thank You for your post/reply.
> Mr. Kyle S. Fletcher