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  • Lloyd Clark
    Hi All, In yet another attempt to get things moving on this board, I would like to ask all members to come to the Wisconsin Living History yahoo group and post
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 4, 2004
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      Hi All,

      In yet another attempt to get things moving on this board, I would
      like to ask all members to come to the Wisconsin Living History
      yahoo group and post a picture (or a few) of themselves in the
      Members Folder.

      Please post your favorite pic of yourself, your group, your friends,
      etc. during a living history outing, a day at the faire, getting
      drunk on State Street - or whatever.

      I would also like everyone to again come to the board and post a
      quick bio about themselves, what periods of reenacting that they
      enjoy, what the groups that they are involved with are doing, just
      to see if we can hook people up with like interested people.

      To that end, anyone interested in learning to joust or in historical
      swordsmanship, please contact me as I was recently granted a Schola
      St. George study group in Beaver Dam and will be proceeding with the
      classical study of the sword and other western martial art forms
      over the winter and will begin to train those interested in learning
      to compete in equestrian games and jousting in the Spring.

      I am a Level 4 Instructor grade jouster in the International
      Jousting Association (www.worldjousting.com), one of only 2 in North
      America.

      Also, we have our nonprofit - The Historic Camelot Project, Inc.
      (www.historiccamelot.org) that is always looking for reenactors to
      help us put on our educational presentations.

      And, last but not least, our Joust Company - The King's Champions
      (www.kingschampions.com) is always looking for ground crew, stable
      hands, and (drumroll please)- A MOUNTED MC! for the coming joust
      season.

      Okay, that's enough for me, the ball is in your court!

      Cheers,

      Lloyd Clark
    • livinghistorysociety
      I put some pics of a few of the things I do in the members section. Hope everyone enjoys! ... friends, ... historical ... the ... learning ... North
      Message 2 of 2 , Dec 20, 2004
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        I put some pics of a few of the things I do in the members section.
        Hope everyone enjoys!

        --- In wisconsinlivinghistorysociety@yahoogroups.com, "Lloyd Clark"
        <joustwarrior@y...> wrote:
        >
        > Hi All,
        >
        > In yet another attempt to get things moving on this board, I would
        > like to ask all members to come to the Wisconsin Living History
        > yahoo group and post a picture (or a few) of themselves in the
        > Members Folder.
        >
        > Please post your favorite pic of yourself, your group, your
        friends,
        > etc. during a living history outing, a day at the faire, getting
        > drunk on State Street - or whatever.
        >
        > I would also like everyone to again come to the board and post a
        > quick bio about themselves, what periods of reenacting that they
        > enjoy, what the groups that they are involved with are doing, just
        > to see if we can hook people up with like interested people.
        >
        > To that end, anyone interested in learning to joust or in
        historical
        > swordsmanship, please contact me as I was recently granted a Schola
        > St. George study group in Beaver Dam and will be proceeding with
        the
        > classical study of the sword and other western martial art forms
        > over the winter and will begin to train those interested in
        learning
        > to compete in equestrian games and jousting in the Spring.
        >
        > I am a Level 4 Instructor grade jouster in the International
        > Jousting Association (www.worldjousting.com), one of only 2 in
        North
        > America.
        >
        > Also, we have our nonprofit - The Historic Camelot Project, Inc.
        > (www.historiccamelot.org) that is always looking for reenactors to
        > help us put on our educational presentations.
        >
        > And, last but not least, our Joust Company - The King's Champions
        > (www.kingschampions.com) is always looking for ground crew, stable
        > hands, and (drumroll please)- A MOUNTED MC! for the coming joust
        > season.
        >
        > Okay, that's enough for me, the ball is in your court!
        >
        > Cheers,
        >
        > Lloyd Clark
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