[Northkeep] Do you want to help Northkeep?

teresa hardy tresehardy at yahoo.com
Wed May 13 16:13:21 PDT 2009

I may be able to help with a meeting place for needleworkers. I do have a house with built in garage we use as sca,crafting room and is large enough for meeting of group. It provides a large open working area. Downside would be I will be gone for two weeks and several weekends due to sca events and scouting.Also may move but needleworkers could still meet at new house. Let me know.
Eve Donald

--- On Wed, 5/13/09, Jerry Herring <j.t.herring at sbcglobal.net> wrote:

From: Jerry Herring <j.t.herring at sbcglobal.net>
Subject: [Northkeep] Do you want to help Northkeep?
To: Northkeep at ansteorra.org
Date: Wednesday, May 13, 2009, 9:13 AM

There  are a few things that it would be nice to have volunteers for that I would like to talk about in this missive...these are not offices, just areas that would help the Barony.

1. We have at our disposal a reminders list that many of us are subscribed to. I have since I was Seneschal of Northkeep done the administration of that Yahoo group list. I would like to find some one in Northkeep willing to take over that responsibility and keep it up to date. The party responsibile would need regular access to a computer with email and would need to set up a Yahoo ID. Interested parties should email me privately.

2. It would be great if some one in Northkeep were willing to take over Needleworkers; offering their home for people to come to once a month for a casual evening where people can work on projects and seek advice or aid for arts and sciences projects. If you have a home in the Greater Tulsa area that you are willing to open to host this please let us know.

3. Namron has these really informative after meeting notes posted on their email list, it would be nice if Northkeep had some one willing to do the same. If you are interested in providing such a service to the Barony please let us know.

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