[NR] Question from a relative newcomer
celesteeh at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 15 10:50:58 PDT 2002
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I remember a policy being instated last year for the Black Star. That policy was that all of the announcements had to have a physical address for the site at which the event was being held? What happened to that policy? I suspect that it was instated so that the sites could be found on MapQuest or some other directions program.
Lady Celeste Courtenay de Montmorency
Peachy Keen Barbara Jean <peachykeen at moose-mail.com> wrote:I have to say that even after being in the sca
for a few years I still don't know where some of
the places are outside of the North that are
posted for events. I feel this is something that
could be better stated on anouncements.
my 2 cents
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Sent: Tue, 15 Oct 2002 10:58:24 -0500
Subject: [NR] Question from a relative newcomer
I recently received the message below from one
of our relatively new people.
I'm thinking that if there is one person who is
having trouble with these
issues, there are bound to be more. Just
thought I would share this as kind
of a head's up (with their permission - names
have been removed to protect
the potentially embarrassed.)
Baroness of Northkeep
A number of events have been posted recently,
but they usually only name the
barony or canton an event is being held at ...
... so I've probably missed out on some
ie with clearer indication of where the
actual event takes
place? It sure would help a lot.
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