ldeerslayer at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 23 15:01:30 PDT 2002
--- Susan <catmafia at swbell.net> wrote:
> You were also asking for definitions of activity levels and used these
> terms, I will add how I see them identified and a few others.
> Other types of activitiy I see:
> * SCA Lifestyle- at almost everything they can be and schedule rest of
> life around it
> * Household is family- they do an enourmous amount of things with their
> household (it functions very much as an extended family) and have many
> things they do with the SCA
> * Very active in well defined area- these would be the ones who are
> doing tons of work in one area and make it to a few other things. Those
> who are not associated with the area where they are working may haven't a
> clue they exist.
> * Seasonal- their mundane lives dictate greatly when they have time to
> play and when they do, they are very active but may not be seen at all in
> the intrim.
I also thought of a few more..
and administrative (takes an office in an administrative capacity
or consulting capacity but only periodically attends functions)
> Other questions for your perusal, what tends to be the defining marks for
> when someone is recomended for the earlier level arts/service/fighting
> awards? I have seen several of these given in the last year or so that
> amazed me, as I would have imagined those people would have had those
> awards long ago. Also, I have seen several of our children recieve their
> Rising Star and a few of those also their AOA, what is evaluated on
> children getting an AOA, as it is somewhat out of the ordinary.
> Susan the Curious
I'll answer later
thanks for your input!
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