July 2010 Quarterly Meeting Announcement

Leslie Luther-Fulton reports that the Board of Directors of the Society for Creative Anachronism will hold its Third Quarter Meeting on July 17, 2010 in Indianapolis IN.

Leslie Luther-Fulton writes:

The Directors and Corporate Staff would like to extend a cordial invitation for all to attend the Third Quarter meeting, which has now been scheduled for Saturday, July 17, 2010 beginning at 9:00 a.m.

Come and witness how the business of the society is conducted.  This is something every SCA member ought to experience.

The location will be:

Embassy Suites Indianapolis North
3912 Vincennes Road
Indianapolis IN  46268

We are very pleased to be traveling to The Middle Kingdom and are looking forward to meeting people and gaining input from the attendees. We hope to see you there!

Please note: this meeting is a modern business meeting, and modern clothing is appropriate.

Aaron L. Lloyd, Chairman of the Board of Directors, adds:

Greetings to the populace of the Society from Aaron L. Lloyd, Chairman of the Board of Directors.

One of our corporate missions, as explained previously, is to cut costs wherever it is prudent. In 2009, we replaced one meeting via conference call. We had planned on holding the July 2010 meeting in a similar manner.

Unfortunately, there is pressing business that the Board and Corporate Officers must attend to in short order. Because of this, it was decided that instead of meeting via conference call, we would meet in person. While having a conference call was a worthy experiment that certainly saved funds, circumstances have arisen that will prevent it from working for this meeting.

Although we are meeting in person in Indianapolis, Indiana, we are still committed to keeping costs low as much as we possibly can, and are continuing in our efforts to lower operating costs and seek alternative sources of funding.

We look forward to seeing you at the July meeting in Indianapolis.  As always, comments on this or other topics can be sent to the Board at comments@sca.org