WR - Fw: Coronation
rlportwood at earthlink.net
Sat Oct 21 13:59:50 PDT 2000
We have a taker! Adlersruhe would like to volunteer to head this up.
Now we have to find someone who would be willing to do feast. We can
find out approximately how many we would have to feed. We just need
to keep it tasty, hearty, and simple. Remember that whoever
volunteers needs to have some experience at organizing feasts and that
you'll have plenty of help.
Manpower is the only problem I see thus far. I know that Bonwicke can
probably have 15 to 20 folks. Adlersruhe would probably get between
10 and 15. We need to hear from Mendersham, Trelac, Crossroades Keep
(sorry, I probably spelled that wrong), and Blacklake. I know that we
could get plenty of volunteers not from the WR to help serve. Or we
can do the serving like they did a couple of Coronations ago where you
get volunteers from each table to go get each course. Serving each
individual person would be a nightmare, so family style would probably
I know that most of us (including me) would rather have coronation
closer to home, but this is an opportunity for the WR to shine.
Logistically, this will be a definite challenge (think challenge, not
nightmare) but I think we can pull it off. We always seem to work
best under pressure, and I know as a unit, we've done that plenty!
I'd really like to hear from everyone on this list, pro or con. I'd
also like to hear from anyone who knows they're going and would like
to help out.
We don't have but a week to hash this out. The application has to be
in BEFORE November 1st.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve and Kay Oyler" <oyler at crcom.net>
To: <bonwicke at ansteorra.org>
Sent: Saturday, October 21, 2000 10:50 AM
Subject: Re: WR - Fw: Coronation
> While this would be quite a feather in the Region's cap as well as a
> our people to show off, I have reservations about it being so far
> would be more than willing to help in whatever way I can as well. I
> wish to be in charge of this, but will be a deputy or just a general
> dogsbody. We net to get this thing going though if we are going to
> -----Original Message-----
> From: rlportwood <rlportwood at earthlink.net>
> To: bonwicke at ansteorra.org <bonwicke at ansteorra.org>
> Date: Wednesday, October 18, 2000 7:15 PM
> Subject: WR - Fw: Coronation
> >Any takers? If so, we need to get organized ASAP. E-mail me very
> >quickly if anyone's interested.
> >In Service,
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "Dale, Richard N" <DaleRN at aetna.com>
> >To: "Kay Oyler (E-mail)" <oyler at crcom.net>; "Dale, Richard N"
> ><DaleRN at aetna.com>
> >Cc: <rlportwood at earthlink.net>
> >Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2000 11:19 AM
> >Subject: Coronation
> >> Their Highnesses would like to hold coronation at Sokol Hall in
> >Ennis. This
> >> is the same site as Gunther and Sara's Coronation and the same
> >> Steppes Twelfth Night.
> >> I think this would be a wonderful opportunity to for the western
> >region to
> >> put together a bid for coronation. I realize that this is not in
> >> region, but I think the region could really benefit form this and
> >> be more likely after a Coronation held by this region that an
> >> coronation could be held in the western region. IF this region is
> >> I will need a bid before Nov. 1st, including a menu. We can have
> >> work as site liaison for you. In fact Lady Arabella will be site
> >liaison and
> >> can answer any question you might have.
> >> I hope the western region will take advantage of this
> >> Please get back with me as soon as possible
> >> Master Richard Fairbourne
> >> Kingdom Seneschal
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