[Sca-cooks] Feast costs/budgets

Lilinah lilinah at earthlink.net
Thu Feb 21 12:40:19 PST 2008

I wrote:
>Whether or not there is a feast depends on the site. Schools do not give us
>access to their real kitchens for legal reasons, so we must use the room
>where they teach "home ec." (don't know what it's called these
>days), *if* they have a room for this.

De wrote:
>The local school board  where I am, allows use of kitchens with a fee plus
>paying to have someone from the school there.
>Home Ec (Home Economics) is now referred to by Universities in MO as Human
>Environmental Sciences. What's that saying about the longer the name the
>less you learn or does that only apply to classes? :)

I assume that SCA access to public school kitchens varies from state 
to state and perhaps even from school board to school board.

Here in NoCal, we might be able to use a school kitchen, if a member 
of their staff is present and we pay their salary for the event.Our 
Collegia are now almost always money losers because of low 
attendance. This additional expense would make the Collegium even 
more of a bank breaker. Needless to say, because we want to continue 
to hold Collegia, even though they cost the Kingdom money, we make do 
in other ways.
Urtatim (that's err-tah-TEEM)
the persona formerly known as Anahita

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