Yes, they are usually quarterly. But like most newsletters, they depend on volunteers - both for content and for production. ...and competent volunteers seem to be in short supply for many small societies right now. The Central Florida Palm & Cycad Society seems to be on life support right now and fading fast; I could also name several philatelic socities to which I belong that are also in deep kim chee.
Gosh, if we could have the older newsletters here that would be awesome! Ray even had copies of the old christian papers! Obviously we want to draw new blood but perhaps the wiki and pdfs just mentioned could be for paid society members. Help Dean recoup his costs. We have a free ride here. Heck at this point, i'd rather have my dues going for that versus a paper mailed copy. Save a tree if I opt out of mailers. Come on Lee. What is your vision? Let's do this! Tools and interest are in place. Crotons are popular again, let's pounce.
I suggest all society members put together a little tutorial about the society. What you learned or a garden or Croton you saw. Maybe a plant you got at a auction or a plant given/traded to you from another member. Share the fun! Now is the time to make the society shine. Together we all can make it a new day for the society. I am working on a simple logo at this time. Here is one example that I am still working on.
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