agillilan at swbell.net
Mon May 31 11:20:51 PDT 2004
That's right, as horrible as it may sound to some people; I'm going to try
and keep it as pleasant and entertaining as possible! :-) At Northkeep’s
Castellan event this weekend I am planning on teaching several classes for
treasurers or other interested people.
There will be the traditional Reeve's Class for anyone who is a reeve and
hasn't had the class, anyone who wants to be a reeve, anyone who is on the
financial committee of a group that has not had the class, or anyone who is
just interested and wants to learn more. :-) This class will begin at
1:00pm on Saturday. Please bring your own chair and things to eat from.
I will also teach anyone who is interested how to fill out the report forms
in Excel. We can go through a whole year and encounter several different
possibilities and trouble spots. If you are into logical thinking and
troubleshooting, this would be a fun class for you!
We will also discuss possible fundraising activities or inventory purchases
for groups that want to raise more money. If anyone just has some
off-the-wall questions, or might be interested in being a reeve one day,
come on by and see how easy it is! Remember, next to the seneschal, the
reeve holds the most power in a group! :-) <evil grin> bwahahahaha
Last, but certainly not least!, there will be bribes! I mean, uh. snacks!
:-) In an effort to blatantly steal good ideas, I am going to follow Baron
Robert's example of having a 'thank you' luncheon for all the local reeves
who have had to put up with me for the past two and a half years. :-) Even
if you haven't been a reeve, come on by and talk about reeve-type stuff and
you'll get free food! I may even ask my Mom to bake some cookies or cakes or
Hope to see lots of people, and get lots of questions,
HL Gilyan Clonmacnoise
Wicked Reeve of the North
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