Re: Roundtable Discussion
- It is both.
In the planning of such an event, individuals from each of the groups
have the opportunity to work with each other - and in doing so - get
to know one another.
Likewise, by pooling our resources and skills under a single banner -
namely Ayreton - we should be able to pull off a spectacular event
worthy of the whole region.
Meurig ap Cynfarch
Chronicler & Webminister
Shire of Vanished Wood
--- In Ayreton@yahoogroups.com, James McAdams <jmcadams@...> wrote:
> Perhaps I'm being overly forward (since this is my first
> in the idea / planning), but is the intention to draw people from
> elsewhere in the kingdom and show them our combined abilities, or is it
> a continuation in the "getting to know each other better" process? Or
> both at once?
- Greetings!Are you looking for an outdoor or indoor site? You could price the MKAOD/Border Skirmish site. Greg LaPlante, 815-690-1234. 303 Herbert Rd, Lakemoor, IL 60051Ta,AdS
Sent: Thu, 28 Sep 2006 12:31 PM
Subject: Re: [Ayreton] Re: Roundtable Discussion Meeting time at Fox Hunt II
So what's on the discussion agenda for Foxhunt? Hopefully we'll have representatives from all participating shires, because we really need to start figuring out some of the not-so-fun stuff that has the potential for getting us in trouble-- namely: site, sponsor, autocrat, and finances.
Unfortunately, the few leads I had on sites (Glenbrook North HS and a couple places around the Forst Park/Oak Park area) have gone cold. Hopefully someone else will have better luck finding a site.~Tedesco da Venezia~
On 9/11/06, jeffnaggie@... <jeffnaggie@...> wrote:I am currently scheduling the classes and meetings for Fox Hunt and was wondering if 3-4:30 works for everyone for the meeting time.This would allow fighters, arachers, merchants and people attending and teaching classes etc. to participate and is before we need to start setting up for feast. Does that work? I'd like to put the meeting down on the "official" schedule as being led by Acelina.Hillary