[Sca-cooks] Feast costs/budgets

otsisto otsisto at socket.net
Tue Feb 19 21:43:23 PST 2008

What is interesting is that the Royal Lunch could come under the heading as
a business lunch. Most times the Royals are busy doing Kingdom stuff during
lunch. I think that because it is a fine line that it is easier to just not
mess with it and just have a no SCA monies toward the Royal lunch. Anyway,
the rule has been in effect since at least the late 80s/ early 90s. It also
covers subtleties that are only for the Royalty at feasts.


-----Original Message-----
It's been against Corporate Policy as long as I've been a member,
actually....I don't recall any time in the past when it was allowed to use
SCA monies to benefit only a few people (as in, a separate royal luncheon).
  ----- Original Message -----
    And while breakfasts are pretty standard for most events, who prepares
  them and where the money comes from is something that varies from
  group to group, and at times Autocrat to Autocrat. Now you know to ask
  the question, even if it was a hard lesson.

  Helen>and the Royal Luncheon is a separate line item in the budget,
  usually about 40 to 50 dollars, depending on who is Royal at the time,
  and their dietary needs.

  Unfortunately this tradition is now specifically against the law per
  corporate finanacial policy. Tis a shame, but I guess they have their

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