[Ansteorra-archery] Central region archery round table
sebastianf at sbcglobal.net
Wed Jul 6 14:48:31 PDT 2011
I will be there, and definitely want to partake however I have volunteered to
teach my two archery classes (3 hours total). When are you trying to have your
meeting? We may need to talk to the steward about scheduling. Please let me
Don Sebastian Frobishire
Archery Marshall at Large
From: Karen Calhoun <hlykatya at hotmail.com>
To: archerylist ansteorra <ansteorra-archery at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Wed, July 6, 2011 4:39:59 PM
Subject: [Ansteorra-archery] Central region archery round table
Central Region Archers and Marshals,
I am hosting a regional round table at Glaslyn Artisan on Sept 10. The event is
be at the TWU campus. This is an off-calendar event for them so you will need
to visit the Glaslyn website for more info. (just discovered that it's down.
I'll find more info and forward that asap)
I would like to discuss:
* adding marshals to our ranks
* adding local practices
* how to find a range that will work with us
* how to generate enthusiasm for archery within our region.
There may be other topics that come up. These are the topics that concern me
On a side note, this is also Glaslyn's Artisan event. Please let me encourage
you, your spouse, your best friends, and everyone else to display their
works. The compeition has typically been a body of work competition.
Documentation is recommended but not required. It is a great beginner
Thank you for your support and I look forward to an open and enlightening
discussion to promote and encourage archery within our region. If members from
other regions have something they would like to add or contribute, I would like
to extend the invitation to you as well.
Let me know if you have questions or comment. Looking forward to seeing you
Central Region Archery Marshal
Archery Defender of the Flame, Canton of Glaslyn
Archery Champion, Canton of Dragonsfire Tor
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