Boosting the signal.
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King and Queen’s Arts and Sciences Competition is a scant 2 weeks away and we are hoping to have people pre register their entries.
If you are planning on entering – PLEASE contact Rosette at; RoseKeeler@cox.net
We would like to start our data base for entrants and judges in advance.
Doing so will make it a little easier the day of the event for everyone AND we are hoping to have a fast lane at the Gate for our wonderful entrants and judges!
Just think, if you are pre-regged, you can breeze through our Gate and go directly to a table to set up your entries before heading over to check in at the entrants table!
Please pass this information along to anyone that might be entering. If you are not sure if you can make it to the event but were thinking of entering, please pre-reg anyway. It is much easier to delete information than to add it the day of.
Thank you very much in advance.
Hope to see you all there.
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Also, for those who don’t intend to participate in the competition, there will be some display space.
For those who haven’t been able to participate in the previous incarnations, there is now a site that does not require a facebook account: EKAE
See the East Kingdom gazette announcement here
I hope you enjoy participating in it, or maybe consider adopting the idea locally as an excuse for gatherings and workshops.
Greetings and Happy Friday!
Their Majesties has chosen my successors: it is Lady Gabriella de Bas Serra
The transition will happen at the King’s and Queen’s A&S competition in Dragonship Haven.
Please support her as you have me. It has been a joy to hold this office and interact with passionate and talented people, and I look forward to have a little more time for my own A&S endeavours.
Enjoy your day
The East Kingdom University (EKU) is looking for someone to work with the university and the kingdom Webminister’s office on a special project. We are looking for someone who is familiar with MySQL and PHP to create forms and reports for a database that the EKU is looking to build.
If you are willing to give some of your time, or if you have more questions about the project, please send the EKU Chancellor an e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Greetings and salutations from Brunissende Dragonette,
First, the very important note: I will be stepping down at this coming King’s and Queen’s Arts & Sciences Champions (early 2013) and am now calling for applications from people interested in the office.
Please email their majesties and cc me your applications/CV, or contact me if you have any question.
Per EK law: The Kingdom Minister of Arts and Sciences:
a. Acts as advisor in all matters pertaining to the Arts and Sciences within the Kingdom to The Crow and subjects of the Kingdom, and supports study in those areas.
b. Supervises the Lesser Office of Chancellor of the East Kingdom University.
c. At the request of The Crown, works with the Kingdom Chamberlain to coordinate and supervise the creation of regalia.
The current policies of the office can be found there http://forums.eastkingdom.org/showthread.php?6-Arts-and-Sciences-office-policies-For-information
Also, the Arts & Sciences office is looking for a dedicated webminister (to maintain/update a wordpress site), and for a deputy who would have an advisory role for groups and event stewards interested in organizing Arts and Sciences competitions and/or displays. If you are interested and/or if you want more information, please contact me at email@example.com
Remember to check the events page of the East Kingdom for these incoming November events involving Arts & Sciences:
Out of Kingdom
Coronation is this Saturday in Concordia.
If you haven’t yet, take a look at the instructions to make the favors for the winter reign.
The date and place for the next King’s and Queen’s A&S Champions is now on the calendar: It will be held in Dragonship Haven on February 16th 2013.
Go check the rules and, even if you’re not interested in entering the competition, there will be a display and a challenge to honor the late Master Alexander Younger.
See you there.