[Glaslyn] Defender/Artisan Decisions - Long, but IMPORTANT! Immediate Action requested.
bcanote at earthlink.net
Thu Jul 18 08:44:06 PDT 2002
On 18 Jul 2002 at 0:35, Scot and Michelle Henry wrote:
> Decisions that must be made BEFORE the event announcement:
> 1. Will the Artisan portion of the event be simply the contest or will it
> also include classes? (It was heavily encouraged that we have classes.)
Yes, I think we need classes, even if only three or four.
> 2. If classes are run, should they run concurrently with fighting or take
> place at their own time?
> A PROPOSED schedule: Site opens to the public: 9:00 (Canton set-up at
> Fighting: 10 - 2
> (Fighters may still enter after 10, but will not be considered
> for the Defender title)
> A & S Judging: 2 - 3
> A & S Classes: 3 - 7
> Sideboard (for 75 people)available: 2 - 4 (after fighting)
> Court: 7 - 9?
> Site closes to public: 9:00 (after court)
I think classes should run at their own time, unless of course an insturctor just wants
to run a class at the same time as the tourney.
> 3. Everyone okay with there being food available? Is the time okay?
> Remember sideboards are first-come, first-served and there is no portion
I am fine with the sideboard.
> 4. Gate fee. Ultimately this is a financial committee decision, but I
> would like input. Background: Lavina and I had discussed setting site fee
> at $6.00. This would allow us to BREAK EVEN at 40 adults if the projected
> costs were $240. We had not considered food as part of that estimate. At
> the current proposed bid which includes food, the break even for $6 would be
> 44 adults.
That I will leave up to the experts (-'
I just want to add that I am willing to help the autocrats with anything they need, so
long as they remember Joan is preggers, and I many not have as much time as I
want to do things. Granted my experience is 20 years in the past, but I have done
troll, kinght marshalled, helped with feast, been a gofer... just give me something to
Oswald aka Swain
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