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St.Bernard Reptile Show *pics included*


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Posted by nightflight99 on October 25, 2002 at 19:41:47:

Well, its great to see that we finally have an online forum. These forums provide a great way to communicate amongst fellow LGCHS members, without having to forward e-mails to the list.

Pictured below are a few shots from the St.Bernard Reptile Show earlier this month. We did have a table there, and numerous members stopped by and hung around.


This is an overview over some of the vendors and visitors that were present at the show. It seemed that the attendence was a bit below the standard achieved during the past few years, and I'm certain that the Hurricane scare had a bit to do with it. Nevertheless, we may want to help by promoting the show a bit next year, especially since we are always looking to sign up new members at these events.


It was great to see that people with educational interests were mingling among the vendors this year.


LGCHS member Joe Mathis demonstrating how to hold a blood python in a straight line... :)


An invertebrate vendor from Alabama offered a variety of interesting spiders, centipetes, and scorpions.


The LGCHS table at the show. One suggestion for improvement regarding our table: Since most visitors are attracted by displayed setups and animals, it may be more productive for us if we have a few nice looking animals in attractive setups for display. Most people won't investigate much at the sight of a table with stacks of paperwork, but will readily come running if some interesting animals are presented.

Regards,

Thomas Eimermacher


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