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April 2011 Northwatch Missive


I’ve a number of things to cover this month and they are allover the place, kinda like the dandelions that my mother has in her yard inCalontir. I have a feeling, writing this in late February, we still do not havedandelions up here in Northshield. That’s OK. No kingdom I’d rather be in thanNorthshield. Let it snow.

So, firstly, I am changing the reporting schedule for groupMoAS to better support my reports to Society. Reports are now coming due onMarch 1, June 1, September 1 and December 1. There will be some leeway for theJune 1 report while everyone gets updated, but I will expect reports from allgroup MoAS on September 1. Thank you very much for your attention to this newschedule and I welcome discussion on the email list.

Along with this, I am rewriting parts of the MoAS Manual.Have any ideas? Please send your comments to me. It is also available in itsdraft-form at you wish to comment there.

It will not be done, perhaps, but we will have a review anddiscussion at Officers’ Day on April16. There will also be a Documentationclass and an Entry/Judging Reviewclass, as I feel MoAS can serve as resources to their local groups in theseareas. I hope to see you there.

The Northstar istaking submissions. For guidelines and deadlines, check the Northshield Hall or By the time this edition reaches you, Toki and Iwill have information available.

The summer A&S Fair is going to be at St. Radegund’s Faire and we are going tohave awesome things to do there. Keep an eye on the website and the Hall.Additionally, I’ve got a number of competitions scheduled throughout the springand summer and I’m sure we are going to have a lot of fun together.

And finally, that last dandelion I’m enjoying in my mother’syard is the great A&S events coming up in April. From Liars, Cheats and Thieves... on April 2 to Games People Played on April 30, there are six A&S-heavy eventsthis month. April promises to be a lot of fun!


Cheerfully Keep Your Hands Busy!

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