- This is a reminder to all group leaders, merchants, vendors, participants
and anybody going to Longwoods.
Please have whoever in your unit is responsible for registration, send to
Longwoods, your Registration..!
What we need is:
1) A list of all the current 2012 members of your group (your person
responsible for sending names to the NFA will have this)
2) Your group's insurance policy information
3) A rough estimate of the numbers of people attending
Please send to: <mailto:utmrs@...> utmrs@...
For anybody that has never been to Longwoods, check out our website at:
The reason we ask for a list of all your members and not just those people
attending, is to simplify our onsite registration process and to save the
environment. Yes, not just our hackles on top of our shakos are green!
When you show up at Longwoods, just say what group you belong to, we check
the master sheet for your group to make sure you are on it (and thus
insured), then you just sign your name. This way we can make sure that
everybody who shows up, actually belongs to the group that they say they do.
For anybody who doesn't have insurance, then we can provide it for you for
the weekend at a minimal cost, payable when you arrive.
PS: Don't forget the Battle of the Thames in 2013
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- Let me add a congratulations and a thank you to the organizers of the
Longwoods event. We enjoyed it and wished more people had come out to
join either as reenactors or spectators. This was a great start to the
Croghan's Company, 17th US Infantry
(The King's Company of Historical Reenactors)