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Posted by John Styner on March 01, 2001 at 22:04:48:
In Reply to: March 2001 Meeting Update posted by Robert Sposato on February 28, 2001 at 09:37:38:
: Hey all. We've booked the guest speaker for March but unfortunately the meeting needed to be moved to the 25th of March. So the meeting from the 11th has been postponed until the 25th. Please make a note of it as the change has already been made on the web site. Here's the meeting info:
: This month’s guest speakers will be NJHS Member, Allen R. Both, president and owner of Reptile Kingdom Inc. Allen will be giving a slide presentation on the best reptile pets for beginners. The presentation will have a heavy emphasis on geckos but will include many other types of herps for your consideration (don’t you still have an empty tank somewhere in the house?) Allen will also have a few specimens on hand for purchase by NJHS members only (so bring some CASH !). Allen has spent 15 years in the pet industry in both retail and wholesale environments. He is a contributing editor of Reptile & Amphibian Hobbyist magazine (located in Neptune NJ) and has authored many articles as well as a book entitled Geckos....Rare and Common. Allen also writes a monthly column for the magazine called Herp mail in which readers questions are addressed.. Along with writing, Allen is a professional wildlife photographer with works appearing on and between the covers of many reptile magazines and books. Allen has been captive breeding many reptiles at his facility since 1988 and continue to produce selectively bred, high quality animals. With this type of background, Allen is sure to be a big hit with all of our members. Lets give Allen a warm welcome and have a big turnout for this meeting. Take care, and see you ALL in March…
: If you have any questions, please contact us. We had a good turnout at the last meeting and hope to have an even better one at this meeting. So, please let us know if you'll be able to attend March's by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll be having refreshments at the meetings again so have a light lunch before you come.