WR - [Fwd: ANST - Southern Principality Proposals at Tempio]

Aaron & Brita Crator at iglobal.net
Tue Mar 31 09:55:46 PST 1998

>Okay, folks... this is your last e-mail reminder!  At Hero of the Temple
>between two and four in the afternoon on Saturday and again on Sunday
>morning we will be having a public forum as we hear the proposals for
>Principalities in our area.  I didn't get the letters out in time so I'll be
>calling all the groups in question to get their crier system working- if you
>have friends in any of the groups please call them and let them know what's
>going on.  If you have *anything* to say on the issue, come to the event and
>be heard!  Groups that should *definitely* have some kind of representation
>there are:
>Ffynnon Gath
>Bryn Gwylad
>Tempio (duh)
>Emerald Keep*
>*= these groups are not now in the southern region but as they border it and
>the kingdom zip zoning is being reshuffled a bit, it would be good for them
>to be informed of what we're discussing in case they wish to be a part of
>Definite items on the agenda:
>What are the proposals?
>What is required by sca laws and what are the processes, responsibilities,
>and paperwork shuffles involved?
>Is there a genuine popular interest in this project?
>What groups are interested?
>How do we conduct and accurate poll to verify interest?
>Possible additional items on the agenda:
>The moderator is Don Tivar Moondragon.  The alternate moderator is Sir Kief.

   I don't know about the rest of you, but I'd not like it at all to be
split into
a different region/principality from the rest of the Western Region.  That 
wouldn't make my friends any less friends but, we are like family. I don't
like splitting family up.  Sure, we'd still be family, but it wouldn't just be 
the Western Region anymore.   Comments and questions would be greatly
    And is anyone from Treloc, or  Blacklake, going to that event?  If so 
please contact me.  I'd like to voice my opinion.

                                        Ld. Aaron MacGregor

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