2188RE: [West Constables] FW: [sca-west] An Announcement about gate and Sign In Waivers
- Jul 14 9:51 AMGreetings,
I have a few questions/concerns regarding this policy.
Without a sign in sheet how would we check to see if certain individuals
were in attendance, especially if those people were up for awards, or not
supposed to be there. Also won't this wreak havoc with the exchequers
trying to figure out the head count, or how many people were comped in. I
know some indoor events have a limited head count for the buildings. This
would also make it ridiculously difficult to track someone's attendance if
it were necessary, say that someone is accusing someone else of something,
without a sign in sheet to prove or disprove their attendance it might be
I hope I'm not opening a can of worms, and please also know
that all of this is said with respect, an open mind, a smile on my face, and
beer in my hand if off duty. J It's just that after having to deal with too
many years of pleah and needing those sheets on several occasion my old
constable senses kick on with this one.
Retired Senior Teaching Constable
Captain of the Secret Police of the Summits (Sshhh)
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]
On Behalf Of Kenneth Flores
Sent: Thursday, July 14, 2011 9:06 AM
Subject: [West Constables] FW: [sca-west] An Announcement about gate and
Sign In Waivers
The announcement I made this morning on SCA West. If you have
questions, we should discuss it here.
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Behalf Of Kenneth Flores
Sent: Thursday, July 14, 2011 8:55 AM
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Subject: [sca-west] An Announcement about gate and Sign In Waivers
Unto the populace of the West, your Kingdom Seneschal, Current Kingdom
Exchequer, Incoming Kingdom Exchequer and Kingdom Constable send
After a thoughtful deliberation process with the Society Seneschal and
the Society Exchequer at the Board of Directors meeting we have
drastically streamlined the sign-in process for Gate. Starting now the
following process will be implemented as the sign-in procedure.
Here is what you need to know:
--If you are a member with a Blue Card:
Simply show your Blue Card to the person running gate. They will check
the expiration date, then take the event fee. That's it! No waiver
because there is already one on file for you. The only exception for
this are event specific waivers, such as events where an Equestrian
waiver is required, then only that waiver is signed when you arrive.
--If you are a Non-Member or a Member with a White Card:
Show your White Card and pay the member fee, or Non-Members will pay the
Non-Member fees (WKWC is still being done at all Kingdom events as far
as I know). You then will sign the waiver we currently have and then you
may enter the event as normal. Nothing here changes from the current
policy for White Card holders and Non-members.
--Minors with Blue Cards:
Simply show the Blue card at gate, pay the fee if applicable, and enjoy
--Non-Member Minors or Minor Members with White Cards:
Standard Minor waiver forms must be signed by the adult that is bringing
them to the event.
Clearly there will be situations which will end up being unique and
bizarre. Please direct those questions to Constable@...
will get back to you as soon as possible with how the policy will be
enforced. Please remember to bring your membership cards with you. Place
them in your wallets, your purses, in your glove box next to your
license and registration, or someplace you will not forget them. Your
Page copy or your receipts printed from the website are still proof of
membership. However, if this is the only form of identification that
you can provide, you will still need to sign the waiver sheet as you
enter the event.
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