Archive - Sep 5, 2003

Jonas McMillen, a new fighter, collapsed at a fighter practice during an authorization bout last Sunday. He was pronounced dead at a local hospital shortly thereafter.

SCA President Clarifies Equestrian Insurance Issues

Meg Baron, President of the SCA, offers clarification on policy for insurance certificates for equestrian events.

Calontiris in Jeopardy Due to Torrential Rains

SCA members journeying to and from the Tournament of Valor in the Barony of Vataviaon found themselves in jeopardy Saturday as torrential rains flooded the Kansas Turnpike.

Society President Clarifies Waiver and Medical Release Policies for Minors

Meg Baron, President of the SCA, has published a clarification of policy on waivers and medical release forms for minors, including those attending events without a parent or guardian present on site.

Salford Manor House Named Britain's Oldest Continuously Occupied Home

A manor house in Somerset, thought to date to before 1150, has been named the longest continuously occupied home in Britain.