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The Plume

Chronicle of the Barony of Three Mountains

August AS XLIV 2009 Volume 35, Issue 4

Chronicler - Sannan Cairngorne Webminister & Adobe Support - Conchobar Clarsair


This is the August 2009 issue of the Plume, a publication of the Barony of Three Mountains of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. (SCA, Inc.). The Plume is available from our Chronicler (see Baronial Officers). It is not a corporate publication of SCA, Inc., and does not delineate SCA, Inc. policies. Copyright © 2009 Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. For information on reprinting photographs, articles, or artwork from this publication, please contact the Chronicler, who will assist you in contacting the original creator of the piece. Please respect the legal rights of our contributors.


A Letter From Their Excellencies

Greetings!


AnTir/West war was lots of fun! The fighting was great! The results of the war met with an unfortunate accident so we can only assume AnTir won! (of course, we can as easily assume the West won!)


Thanks everyone who made July Coronation a big success. Their Majesties were very generous in recognizing our local citizens. Huzzah! to everyone involved!


Eleanor de Sackville- Forget Me Not and Sable Scrivener

Epona- AA

Sannan- Jambe de Lion

Havoise- Goutte de Sang

Slainge- Jambe de Lion

Aibinn- Jambe de Lion

Iiona the Wisdom- Goutte de Sang

Andrew Stiubhard- Grey Goose Shaft


We had the pleasure of giving Boudicca the Red a Goutte de Sang bestowed by Their Majesties Vik and Inga at AnTir/West War.


A special Huzzah to Hawksgaard, they are now incipient!


You may have heard our Sergeant Randal Fitzaleyn is leaving the sergeantcy to serve the kingdom as a member of the Order of the Laurel, this means there are vacancies for Sergeants, Yeomen, Gallants, Lancers and Courtiers. We will be accepting new applicants at Yule. See us if you are interested.

Get your recommendations in for the next year’s Honour Feast recipient. We are accepting recommendations now and will announce the new Honouree at this year’s Honour Feast. The Honour Feast is a way for the populace to recommend a person to be the recipient of a feast in their honour. It can be for any reason for any person. Please put your recommendations in writing.


We are announcing our intention to sit for another 3 year term. Khalja has the details of how it will all happen. We directly welcome questions and commentary regarding our tenure so far, so talk to us or drop us a line.


Our progress

Sport of Kings

Storm Gods

September Crown

Honour Feast/A&S Championship

Yule

12th Night


Yours in Service,


Alfric and Jill

Baron and Baroness Three Mountains


Royal Progress

Cedric and Elizabeth

From Their Royal Majesties' website at:

http://www.cedricandelizabeth.com/events.aspx

8/15/2009 Avacal Investiture(Elizabeth) Sigelhundas

8/15/2009 Autumn War (Cedric Only) Blatha An Or

8/21/2009 Sport of Kings Three Mountains

8/29/2009 Tir Righ Investiture Danescombe

9/5/2009 September Crown Terra Pomaria

9/19/2009 Border War Wealdsmere

10/3/2009 Baron's Ball Wastekeep

10/10/2009 Archery Fest (Elizabeth) Vulcanfeldt

10/10/2009 Great Western War (Cedric) Caid

10/17/2009 Octoberfest and

Toys for Tots Tourney Wealdsmere

11/7/2009 Fall Crown Council Wyewood

11/7/2009

6:00 PM Day of Dance Aquaterra

12/5/2009 Champion's Tourney

and Yule Feast Vulcanfeldt

12/12/2009 Summits Investiture (Cedric) Glyn Dwfn

1/9/2010 Twelfth Night Glymm Mere


Their Majesties have suggestions for Largess and likes and dislikes as well as contact information available on their website.


Notice of Confidence Polling in the Barony of Three Mountains


Their Excellencies, Baron Alfric Rolfson and Baroness Jill Blackhorse of the Barony of Three Mountains wish to announce a baronial confidence polling to be held in accordance with An Tir Kingdom Law. The

polling will be conducted during the month of September, 2009 by mail. Polling forms will be distributed to paid SCA members living within the boundaries (zip codes) of the Barony and sponsored branches, as well as to all Baronial officers, champions and members of the Sergentcy.

Pre-paid, pre-addressed polling forms must be returned to Their Royal Majesties and postmarked by September 25th, 2009. Those members living outside the Barony and any non-members wishing to comment

should send their thoughts directly to Their Majesties.


From the Board of Directors


Position Opening Soon-Compleat Anachronist Editor


The Society for Creative Anachronism Inc. is accepting applications for the position of Editor for The Compleat Anachronist.


The Compleat Anachronist is a journal published four times a year. Each issue is approximately 60 pages long and focuses on a single topic relevant to the time period 600 C.E. to 1600 C.E. The single-topic format gives readers an opportunity to review a subject in much more detail than Tournaments Illuminated, a Kingdom Arts and Sciences publication, or a local newsletter can provide.


The Editor is responsible for oversight of all aspects of issue production, includingrecruiting authors and reviewers, manuscript development, as well as submittingquarterly reports to the Board of Directors and the Publications Manager.


A team approach to issue production is encouraged to assist in effective and timely management of the publication. The Editor may recruit a support staff, including assistant editors, graphic artists, and other assistants. The Editor needs to either be, or have on staff, a graphic artist with access to and experience with a computer running Quark or InDesign and the ability to export files to high resolution pdf format. Contributing authors are generally responsible for providing their own illustrations, photographs or other artwork, but it is helpful for the Editor to develop a pool of artists to assist authors if needed. Qualifications for the position include excellent written and oral communication skills, leadership skills, the ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines, and strong computer skills. Professional experience in editing, design, art direction or desktop publishing and prior experience in an SCA chronicler position are desirable, but not required. The position requires approximately 20 to 35 hours per month (this includes recruiting authors, screening manuscripts, proofreading, layout, correspondence, and online reviewing).


The deadlines to get the finished layout to the printer are 15 December, 15 March, 15 June, and 15 September. The issues are mailed quarterly in January, April, July, and October. Reasonable expenses are covered by the Corporation and may include: paper, printer cartridges, stamps, and a post office box. You will be asked to submit an expense report, with receipts attached, to receive reimbursement. The Editor also receives a small stipend from SCA once an issue is completed. Hard copies of résumés (both professional and within the Society, including offices held and awards received) must be sent to:


SCA Inc.

Attn: CA Editor Position

P.O. Box 360789

Milpitas, CA 95036-0789


Electronic copies may also be sent to resumes at sca.org.

Résumés must be received by September 30, 2009. The incoming Editor will begin training with the outgoing Editor in mid-October 2009 in preparation for taking over the position in January 2010. Questions regarding the position may be directed to Dori

Andrepont, Publications Manager, via telephone at (661) 466-6805, or via e-mail at pubmanager@sca.org.

--

Patrick Anderson

President

Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.

president@sca.org

952-412-4112

from the Board, continued.


Position Opening Soon-President, SCA. Inc.


The Board of Directors of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. is currently accepting applications for the position of President of the SCA Inc. This is a position requiring approximately 10-20 hours per week and includes a stipend.


The President is the principal spokesperson for the SCA, Inc. This officer is a liaison between the SCA, Inc. and outside professionals such as attorneys, accountants and insurance representatives. This officer is a contact for the SCA, Inc. for law enforcement, government agencies, and claimants against the SCA, Inc.


The President works with the Vice President of Corporate Operations to coordinate much of the day-to-day modern operation of the Corporation, and supervises and facilitates communication between many of the Society Officers.


The President is required to execute contracts necessary to properly conduct the SCA’s business, and may delegate similar responsibilities. The President is also responsible for such legal matters as contracts and merchandising. The President advises the Board of Directors on areas of corporate governance and policy issues. The President may be assigned other duties by the Board.


Qualifications for the position include excellent written and oral communication skills, the ability to work independently to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines, and strong computer skills. Experience in a modern business setting, organizational ability and problem-solving skills are a must. Experience in a modern non-profit organization and prior experience at the Corporate or Society level of the SCA are desirable, but not required.


Applicants must be available to attend quarterly meetings of the Board of Directors, typically held over a Friday and a Saturday. They must also be available for approximately four conference call meetings per year, typically during weekday evenings. As a great deal of the Board’s business occurs via the Internet, familiarity and basic skills with a computer, MS Office software (specifically Microsoft Word and Excel), and e-mail are required.


The SCA provides a laptop computer, but the successful applicant must have reliable access to the Internet.

Hard copies of résumés (both professional and SCA, including offices held and awards received) must be sent to the attention of the Board and the President at the

SCA Corporate Office, P.O. Box 360789, Milpitas, CA 95036-0789.

Résumés must be received by September 15, 2009.


Questions regarding this position may be directed to Hal Simon, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the SCA Inc. via e-mail at chairman@sca.org, or to Patrick Anderson, President, via phone at 952-412-4112 or via e-mail at president@sca.org. As an addendum to the previous message, the Board will choose the President-elect at the October 2009 meeting, and the President-elect will take over after the January, 2010 Board meeting.

--

Patrick Anderson

President

Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.

president@sca.org

952-412-4112


Comments are strongly encouraged and can be sent to:

SCA Inc.

Box 360789

Milpitas, CA 95036

You may also email comments@lists.sca.org.


This announcement is an official informational release by the Society for Creative Anachronism , Inc.

Permission is granted to reproduce this announcement in its entirety in newsletters, websites and electronic

mailing lists.


Position Available: Society Webminister


The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is seeking candidates for the position of Society Webminister. This position reports to the SCA Board of Directors. The Society Webminister is a supervisory position, and is not involved in maintenance of the Corporate website (www.sca.org). The

Society Webminister is responsible for the following duties:


1. Ongoing development and revision of the Society Webminister’s policies and procedures, as detailed in the Society Webminister’s Handbook. Said work will not only include making sure that solutions are

provided for current issues, but will also include observing trends, being aware of potential issues and streamlining the Webministry as a whole to provide better service to the SCA and potential members

thereof.

2 Warranting of kingdom-level Webministers, where necessary.

3. Supervision of all kingdom-level websites, including proper use of domain names, monitoring content, regular reporting from Kingdom Webministers, and enforcement of the Society Webministry policies and procedures.

4. Working with Kingdom Webministers to ensure they develop and enforce clear guidelines for local SCA group websites based on the standards found in the Society Webminister’s Handbook.

5. Acting as a subject matter expert and resource regarding issues related to electronic publications and websites at the kingdom and local levels, including, but not limited to: copyright issues, privacy issues, and technology-related issues.

6. Quarterly reporting to the Board of Directors for the SCA, Inc.


Required for this position are: dependable email access; dependable phone access; moderate to expert proficiency in web-related technologies (e.g. HTML, Java, PSP, ASP, web hosting issues, etc.); moderate Microsoft Word proficiency; and the ability to clearly communicate via email, phone, and in written reports. Prior experience as a webminister in the SCA is required; prior experience as a kingdom webminister is highly desired.


Those interested in the Position of Society Webminister should submit their SCA and modern era resumes to resumes@sca.org and webminister@sca.org with hard copy to the corporate office by October 1, 2009.

--

Patrick Anderson

President

Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.

president@sca.org

952-412-4112


Comments are strongly encouraged and can be sent to:

SCA Inc.

Box 360789

Milpitas, CA 95036


You may also email comments@lists.sca.org. This announcement is an official informational release by the Society for Creative Anachronism , Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce this announcement in its entirety in newsletters, websites and electronic mailing lists.


Position Available: Society Chatelaine


The Society for Creative Anachronism Inc. is accepting applications for the position of Society Chatelain.

The Society Chatelain is the officer responsible for coordinating the fostering of newcomers and public outreach for the SCA. This officer is currently a deputy to the Society Seneschal. Duties include:

* Coordinating the efforts of kingdom chatelains/ hospitallers
* Developing and compiling materials for recruitment, newcomer orientation, and local officer training.
* Developing and sponsoring a Member Education Program
* Developing and maintaining a knowledge base for SCA demos, as well as an SCA demo policy/ guidelines document.
* Performing other duties assigned by the Board or Society Seneschal as directed.

Successful candidates for this position will have demonstrated leadership skills, problem solving expertise and experience with project management.

Applicants should be able to travel to other Kingdoms as necessary, and have easy access to phone, mail, and reliable e-mail. An applicant must be a paid member of the Society, and must be able to meet quarterly reporting deadlines in a timely manner.

Though this is an unpaid position, it presents the opportunity to not only help shape the future of the Society, but to give something back to an organization that has become an important part of so many lives. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to help create a lasting program which will have long term, positive impact on thousands of
participants across the world.

Hard copies of résumés, including SCA offices held and awards received, must be sent to:
SCA Inc.
Attn: Society Chatelain Position
P.O. Box 360789
Milpitas, CA 95036-0789

Electronic copies may also be sent to
resumes@sca.org.

Résumés must be received by September 30, 2009. The incoming Chatelain will begin working with the outgoing Chatelain in November 2009, in preparation for taking over the position in January 2010.

Questions regarding the position may be directed to Elise Fleming (Alys Katharine), Society Chatelaine, via telephone at (440) 779-6384, or via e-mail at
chatelaine@sca.org.

--
Patrick Anderson
President
Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.
president@sca.org
952-412-4112


Comments are strongly encouraged and can be sent to:
SCA Inc.
Box 360789
Milpitas, CA 95036

You may also email
comments@lists.sca.org.

This announcement is an official informational release by the Society for Creative Anachronism , Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce this announcement in its entirety in newsletters, websites and electronic mailing lists.



Position Available: Marketing Deputy


The Society for Creative Anachronism Inc. is accepting applications for the new position of Marketing Deputy.

The Marketing Deputy will develop and direct coordinated marketing programs and projects for SCA Inc. These programs will use marketing
assessments and initiatives to enhance new member acquisition, current member retention and member development.

Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Design and develop strategic and tactical marketing plans for the SCA. Support the Society Chatelain and other SCA officers to facilitate
implementation of marketing plans. Specifics could include organizing and implementing recruitment-focused marketing initiatives such as social networks and web-based multimedia.

This position is a deputy of the Society Seneschal and will work closely with the Society Media and Society Chatelaine deputies as well as members of the Board of Directors.

Experience: At least two years in the media, marketing or advertising sectors within a professional services environment. Strong leadership and consensus building skills; marketing management and strategic planning experience.

Skills: Must be a self-starter and highly organized. Polished written presentation and good interpersonal skills are key.

Hard copies of résumés (both professional and within the Society, including offices held and awards received) must be sent to:
SCA Inc.
Attn: Marketing Deputy
P.O. Box 360789
Milpitas, CA 95036-0789

Electronic copies may also be sent to
resumes@sca.org.

Résumés must be received by September 30, 2009. The Marketing Deputy is expected to be selected by November 2009.

--
Patrick Anderson
President
Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.
president@sca.org
952-412-4112


Comments are strongly encouraged and can be sent to:
SCA Inc.
Box 360789
Milpitas, CA 95036

You may also email
comments@lists.sca.org.

This announcement is an official informational release by the Society for Creative Anachronism , Inc. Permission is granted to reproduce this announcement in its entirety in newsletters, websites and electronic mailing lists.



If you are planning to bring children other than your own to an event,


here's what you and their parents need to do:


1. Print off a minor waiver, and have the parents / legal guardian fill it out.


http://www.antir.sca.org/Pubs/forms/28_Multiple_Minor_Waiver.pdf


2. Print off at least 2 copies of the medical authorization form, and have the parent's / legal guardians fill them out. One copy stays on the minor for the ENTIRE event, the other is kept by the adults responsible for the minor.


US: http://www.antir.sca.org/Pubs/forms/04_MinorMedical_US.pdf

CA: http://www.antir.sca.org/Pubs/forms/04_MinorMedical_CAN.pdf


3. Have the parents /legal guardians either:

a. write a note of permission stating that the P/LG know that the adult has their minor child, along with a photocopy of the parent's state issued ID that clearly shows the legal signature. (The address can be blacked out, but the name and signature must be legible.) This is to be shown at gate, and kept by the adults responsible for minor child.


OR


b. Get the documents notarized.


This is not difficult, and will save you hours of time at gate,

because gate *will* insist that you go and get these things. If you do not have this paperwork, the minor will NOT be allowed on site.


Thank you for your attention!


Vis Nadezhda Volynskaiia

Seneschal An Tir


Greetings,


In a few month’s time, I will be stepping down from this office. If you would like to have a go, here is what you need:

Excellent writing and editing skills

Printing or publishing experience, which may be in SCA publications (or a deputy with those skills to serve as newsletter editor). This includes familiarity with software such as InDesign, PageMaker, or Microsoft Publisher

Good bookkeeping skills, or a deputy with those skills

Balance and judgment in matters political

A working telephone

The ability to attend Crown events

The ability to spend 60 hours per month managing the Office

Reliable email, internet, and snail mail access

Ability to meet the ongoing requirements of the Kingdom Chronicler position, primarily, but not limited to:

Monthly publication or supervision of the monthly publication of the Kingdom newsletter

Timely responses to inquiries and communications from Kingdom and Corporate Officers, members of the Board of Directors, and the populace

Quarterly financial reporting to the Kingdom Exchequer

Annual submissions to the Society Chronicler for the Master William Blackfox Awards.

Monitoring of local newsletters within the Kingdom for policy compliance

Other duties and special projects that may be assigned by the Society Chronicler


If all this sounds right up your alley, please submit both your modern and SCA resumes to myself (chronicler@antir.sca.org) and Their Majesties (crown@antir.sca.org). Your cover letter and resumes should focus on how you meet the requirements listed above. Those who fulfill the requirements will be contacted for an interview. The new Chronicler will

be chosen by July Coronation, and installed at September Crown. I will remain as Contingency deputy for 6 months.


Looking forward to many applications,


THL Angharad Albanes

An Tir Chronicler


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