- Federation subscriptions
- Judging matters
- New Zealand 2005
Subscriptions from Societies should include all members of the society as the basis for payment. This includes youth, overseas, honorary and life members and these numbers form the basis for voting quotas.
Since the last news release 22 ‘pages’ have been changed or added and 53 ‘pages’ remain unchanged. It is important the information on the web pages is up-to-date and societies are urged to ensure their pages are regularly updated.
The Judges Association has indicated they plan to hold three judging courses this year – one in each region.
Dates have not been set for the courses but advice will be given as soon as they are finalised. While these courses are primarily for judges it is anticipated that exhibitors – existing or potential – will be welcome if space permits.
New Zealand 2005
Preliminary discussions have been held with New Zealand Post regarding the possibility of an international exhibition in New Zealand in 2005 – the 15oth Anniversary of our first stamps. A formal proposal has been submitted for consideration and further information will be advised in due course.
Ann Still has been invited to provide a special display on Social Philately in the Information Section of the exhibition.
Robin Gwynn has been appointed as part of the judging team.
Barry Scott is commissioner for this exhibition and interested exhibitors are invited to write to him.
Bryan Ogier advises Bulletin 1 has been issued. Provisional entry forms are available from Bryan and need to be completed and returned by 20 July 2000.
This is an FIAP exhibition to be held in December. Steven Chivers has been appointed Commissioner.
Hong Kong 2001
Jeff Long has been appointed commissioner for this FIAP exhibition to be held 1-5 February 2001.
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