[Scriptoris] Re: [Ansteorra-announce] Scribal offices now filled

Sue Rogers wjwakefield at juno.com
Wed Aug 28 08:28:13 PDT 2002

We will miss you as Star Signet!  You WILL still be doing scribal work,
won't you?
Suzanna, herbalist

On Tue, 27 Aug 2002 18:37:17 -0700 (PDT) Kimberly Koch
<sarapenrose at yahoo.com> writes:
> Greetings, all,
> It is my privilege to announce that the following
> scribal positions have been filled:
> Star Signet: HL Annais de Montgomerie
> (scribe at ansteorra.org) will succeed me as Star Signet.
> She has been very active in the scribal community in
> the Northern Region for some time, and I know that the
> kingdom as a whole will benefit from her talent and
> experience.
> Central Regional Scribe: HL Ceinwen ferch Rhual
> (ceinwenswan at hotmail.com) will be the new Central
> Regional Scribe. Ceinwen is a former head of the
> Elfsea scribal guild, a talented artisan, and a
> kind-hearted and generous lady. I'm sure she will be a
> wonderful regional scribe. I'd like to express my
> thanks to Baroness Alys Durivau, who did wonderful
> work as Ceinwen's predecessor.
> Coastal Regional Scribe: Lady Lisabetta Micola da
> Monte (lisabetta at ansteorra.net) will serve as Coastal
> Regional Scribe. Lisabetta is the guild head in Gate's
> Edge and already has a great deal of experience in the
> scribal community in the Coastal Region. The region is
> fortunate indeed to be the recipient of her enthusiasm
> and sweet nature. My thanks to HL Mahee of Acre for
> doing such a great job in this position.
> I'd like to take this opportunity to thank the
> extraordinary slate of scribal officers I've had the
> privilege to work with over the last two years: Alys,
> Mahee, Oriana, Gwenhuyvar, Emma, Gunhilda, Ari, Kat,
> Darius, Serena, Ches, Curstaidh. Thanks also to my two
> wonderful and supportive Star Principals, Borek and
> Rosalia.
> I'd like to say a special thank you to the handful of
> artisans who produced original artwork for the kingdom
> at my request. They turned out gorgeous work for the
> kingdom, usually on very short notice. For those who
> aren't aware of the amount of work that goes into an
> original scroll, it can be anywhere from 20-100 hours.
> I am grateful to all these folks for their selfless
> contributions of time and materials:
> * Lady Emma Dandelion (not at my request, exactly, but
> at the request of the Crown, on site at the War, which
> is no small feat!)
> * The Abbey of Tethepote, including Annais, Nicolaea,
> Alix, Darius, and Rosalia (please nudge me if I've
> left someone out)
> * HL Auguaire Uisnigh
> * HL Margaret Drysllwyn of Dunroth
> * HL Ciar nic Ruahdan O'Seachnasaigh
> * HL Suzanne de la Ferte
> Last but not least, a huge thank you to the charter
> painters of the kingdom. Your contributions have been
> invaluable!
> Please forgive me if I've inadvertantly excluded
> anyone from this list - it was certainly not my
> intent. I am extremely grateful to everyone who has
> provided me with advice, support, and encouragement
> over the past two years. I've had great fun as Star
> Signet. Thanks, y'all!
> Kindest regards,
> Sara Penrose
> *Retiring* Star Signet
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