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Re: [MidrealmArchery] congrats and thank yous for bwta

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  • kburgess1@comcast.net
    update!!!!! Milhim ibn Rashid is the fine and wonderful gentle who won the crossbow division !!! ( thank you for gently reminding me ) also adding Androu to
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      update!!!!!

      Milhim ibn Rashid is the fine and wonderful gentle who won the crossbow division !!! ( thank you for gently reminding me )

      also adding   Androu to the tear down list, thanks.


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: kburgess1@...
      To: sternfeld@yahoogroups.com, SCA-Archery@yahoogroups.com, greenwood@..., MidrealmArchery@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Monday, February 1, 2010 6:32:16 PM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern
      Subject: [MidrealmArchery] congrats and thank yous for bwta

       

      first the thank you
      Eadric of Greenfeld ( and sons ) and Frode for the set up and tear down.
      Mistress Roewynne Langlry for compiling the scores
      Androu and Eadric for running a shoot --  their first --  well done, you both had several complements from outside the Barony.
      Frode, for donating 2 bows made by his own hand. you were " noticed "


      now the congratulations

      Arch Tyrx  the new Baronial Archery Champion !!!! congratulations and WELL DONE !!!!
      A wonderful  Gentleman who won the Crossbow division ( please forgive my total mind blank on the name )
      our own   Ilza , who won the overall Handbow  division ...  you have been "noticed"

      Aelfric the Kestral of the Greenwood company, who thru his example reminded everyone of why we play this game.


      and last, Meg, my lady who puts up with me.

      this list of thanks is limited to the archery crew as the event staff was a total barony effort,
       so to the Barony of Sternfeld WELL DONE !!




       

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