[Ansteorra] [Steppes] King's College Thanks From MoC
regan.caimbeul at gmail.com
Mon Jun 16 09:16:24 PDT 2008
We would like to thank YOU and Christianna for wrangling the children at
Kings College.. When I had looked over in your direction throughout the
day, it looked like they were having a wonderful time. We appreciate all
that you do to keep our future safe, and having fun. :)
On Mon, Jun 16, 2008 at 7:49 AM, Deb Mach <dlhmach at gmail.com> wrote:
> Greetings to All!
> I wish to thank those who made the Ministry of Children's Pavilion possible
> at King's College. We had 8 wonderful children join us for the day. We
> talked about heraldry and devices, did some weaving, beading and
> learned about period foods and tasted "periodesque" foods found in modern
> times, played games and were entertained by a bard or three.
> Thank you to:
> Julio (Josh), Tom and Layla (Ruth) for help setting up the MoC Pavilion. I
> could not have done it without your help.
> Christianna Fergusson, my Deputy MoC, Steppes for all her hard work in
> preparing for the period food lesson and tasting, bringing supplies and
> otherwise keeping me from going crazy. The discussion of period foods was
> wonderful! And who knew that almond milk would be such a hit with the
> Jennifer Couch and Jennifer Hamilton for their presence and assistance
> during the day. Helping MoC stay "two-deep" in adult supervision is so
> important these days!
> HL Willoc who taught weaving . Her instruction in weaving was clear and
> simple but not "dumbed down" in the least. Thank you, also, for the
> we needed!! I have a feeling the kids will be asking to do weaving again
> Ly Belle for your enthusiasm and energy during games! I envy you that
> youthful spirit and enjoyed watching the younger children looking to you
> instructions and ideas. Thank you for your singing during Story and Song
> Lord Eirik for another fine class in Catapults....from popsicle sticks,
> electrical tape and plastic spoons! As always, this is a huge hit with the
> kids (and adults...). I must, however, deny any knowledge of future
> on nobility with these catapults and marshmallows.
> Lord Lochlann Dunn, who brought a watermelon for all the share! It was an
> unexpected treat and it was devoured by hot youngsters and helpers. It was
> a pleasure having your join us for part of the day.
> Gavvin Quinn, who entertained us with his songs. I'm still thinking about
> The Sentient Chili. :) You can sing for the children any time...so keep
> working on that "child-friendly" repertoire.
> Goldweard (my apologies if I misspelled), for joining us during the day.
> I am grateful to ALL of you for the work you put in and the time you spent
> with our children. Because of you, the MoC Pavilion and Children's
> Activities are possible.
> Thank you again!
> Klara, Steppes MoC
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