ARCH - Royal Rounds
iaenmor at swbell.net
Wed Apr 4 14:58:35 PDT 2001
Ok I hate to say it but I have to agree with Gilli here. If memory serves
me right last years summer and thanksgiving shoots were listed in the Black
Star in the notes and challenges. Lord knows we had enough marshals
present. I think the only 2 ? are were the events sponsered by
Middleford?????????I? The seecond ? is was the senechal in the know. If
so then they should be official scores, I know we counted them last year in
the Royal Round averages. Iaen Mor
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dewart, Charles R. --G3 Contractor (Anteon Corp)"
<Charles.Dewart at hood.army.mil>
To: <ansteorra-archery at ansteorra.org>
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 1:41 PM
Subject: RE: ARCH - Royal Rounds
> Ok, if that's how you want to read it. That's great. Have a nice day and
> drive on. However, the folks who have run the competition for the last 12
> years have had no problem with it. It's the "otherwise, official events
> all those announced in the appropriate Kingdom or local newsletter)." that
> let's in the pink bunny rabbits.
> The Society is anything but standardized. Each Kingdom puts its own
> twist on things. That's why the rules have four lane highways in them.
> combat legal arrows are useable, God bless Lohac.
> To the best of my knowledge, our insurance is for property damage only.
> Whoopee. And of course we have our nifty membership cards that says I
> voluntarily accept any risks involved. I laminated mine so I could use it
> to plug a sucking chest wound should the need arise.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eadric Anstapa [mailto:eadric at scabrewer.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 1:07 PM
> To: ansteorra-archery at ansteorra.org
> Subject: Re: ARCH - Royal Rounds
> OK, I don't wanna rules monger but I don't think if the are not events
> the Society would count as official then they don't count for IKAC or RR.
> From the IKAC rules:
> "The competition may be shot at any official Kingdom or local event
> practice sessions which are periodically announced in the appropriate
> newsletter count as official events--otherwise, official events are all
> those announced in the appropriate Kingdom or local newsletter)."
> I read that to say Official Kingdom or Official Local events. It cant be
> official local event unless it meets both the societies guidelines and our
> kingdoms guidelines for event requirements. Wilim has already pointed out
> what the Society considers a local event but basically they are
> 1. They must be announced in an official newsletter
> 2. The local seneschal must be informed of the event.
> 3. A warranted officer must be present.
> (this is why ALL archery marshals appear on the roster warrant)
> Here is precisely what Ansteorran law says.
> ARTICLE V: KINGDOM EVENTS
> Section l: Events
> 1. All events shall meet at least the minimum requirements specified in
> Corpora II.A .
> 2. Every Event of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. shall have an
> autocrat "steward" or coordinating autocrat "coordinating steward" whose
> name, address, and telephone number will be advertised with the event
> announcement, or shall be the responsibility of an officer of the
> group, whose name, address, and telephone number are printed in the same
> newsletter in which the event announcement appears. The autocrat shall be
> acceptable to the Crown and the seneschal, and shall be warranted as a
> deputy seneschal for a period needed to exercise the duties of autocrat.
> autocrat "steward" must meet the membership requirements for the office of
> 3. There shall be three classes of "Society Events" in the Kingdom of
> 1. A Kingdom Calendar Event shall be defined as a gathering sponsored
> by an officially recognized branch of the Kingdom which is listed in
> on the Official Kingdom Calendar of Events in the Kingdom newsletter, and
> for which the date, time, and place have been published, for free, in
> advance in the Kingdom newsletter, and which has one or more duly
> officers present and responsible for the conduct of the event.
> 2. A Regional Calendar Event shall be defined as a gathering
> by three or more officially recognized branches of the Kingdom which is
> listed in advance on the Official Kingdom Calendar of Events in the
> newsletter, and for which the date, time, and place have been published,
> free, in advance in the Kingdom newsletter, and which has one or more duly
> warranted officers present and responsible for the conduct of the event.
> 3. An Local Calendar Event shall be defined as a gathering sponsored
> an officially recognized branch of the Kingdom which is not listed on the
> Official Kingdom Calendar of Events in the Kingdom newsletter but which
> been listed in advance in a newsletter of an officially recognized branch,
> in which the date, time, and place have been published, and which has one
> more duly warranted officers of the sponsoring branch present and
> responsible for the conduct of the event.
> Insurance coverage is reason enough to make sure that every practice you
> hold is what the Society and Ansteorra call an "official" event.
> Lord Eadric Anstapa
> Coastal Regional Archery Marshal, Ansteorra
> eadric at scabrewer.com
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