SCA kingdoms and branches
The following is an official announcement sent out by the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc.
The Wreath Sovereign of Arms is an educational deputy of the Laurel Principal Sovereign of Arms, responsible for the consideration of and decisions concerning armory submitted for registration by the College of Arms.
Wreath is an unpaid position, currently requiring approximately 20 hours a week. Some knowledge of period heraldry is useful; knowledge of SCA heraldry is essential. The position requires considerable tact and patience, research and reasoning ability, a clear understanding of the Standards for Evaluation of Names and Armory and past Laurel rulings, the ability to write clearly and succinctly, the ability to work within tight deadlines and coordinate closely with Pelican, Laurel and other staff to produce a Laurel Letter of Acceptance and Return monthly, computer literacy and word processing skills, reliable e-mail and telephone access, and time and ability to travel. Given the current structure of the office, a high-speed internet connection is required.
Resumés must be sent electronically to Laurel at firstname.lastname@example.org. Resumés must be received by Saturday, December 31, 2016, with an expected start date of February 2017, to be determined with the Laurel staff.
Filed under: Announcements, Official Notices
The deadline for ordering East Kingdom calendars or note cards is November 6, one week away. We’ve posted the final scans of all the artwork so you can see the unusual and beautiful contributions of the scribes of the East to the project. Orders will ship at the end of November, so they will be available for holiday gift giving. You can order yours at the project’s website.
If you would like to dedicate a month to someone who inspires you or send a message to the kingdom, a few months still need sponsors. A sponsors’ message is printed on their month’s page, and they receive a complimentary calendar and set of note cards. For more information, contact Baroness Lucie Lovegood.
This is the third year for the project. Sales help pay for the royalty’s travel and the cost of hosting visiting royalty from other kingdoms. Due to the success of the project in prior years, this year’s proceeds with be split between both the seated royalty and their heirs.
More information about the project and the artists can be found at the website – www.eastkingdombookofdays.com.
Filed under: Arts and Sciences