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The PhoenixNewsletter for the Barony of the Sacred StoneKingdom of AtlantiaJune 2019Volume 33, Issue 6; Anno Societatis LIV1

Event CalendarJune 2019 (AS LIV)7-9 ····· Journey Through the Nine Realms (R) ···Raven’s Cove ······················ Apex, NC13-16 ·· Known World Dance and Music ······ Ansteorra15-16 ·· Summer University ·················Black Diamond ············· Lynchburg, VA21-23 ·· Old School War Practice (R,H) ····Marinus ····················· Clarkesville, VA29 ······ Another Foolish Event (R) ·········Middlegate ············· Winston-Salem, NCJuly 2019 (AS LIV)5-7 ····· Known World Heraldic and Scribal Symposium ························· Calontir12-14 ·· King’s Assessment (R,H) ···········Black Diamond ·············· Big Island, VA26-11 ·· Pennsic War (R,H) ···················Ǣthelmearc ··············· Slippery Rock, PAAugust 2019 (AS LIV)29-2 ···· Known World Cooks and Bards Symposium ····· Middle30-2 ···· Known World Land Use & Livestock Symposium ·············· Boonville, NCSeptember 2019 (AS LIV)Statement of OwnershipThis is The Phoenix, a publication of the Barony of the Sacred Stone of theSociety for Creative Anachronism, Inc. The Phoenix is available from TimWhite, [email protected] Subscriptions are free as allpublications are available electronically. This newsletter is not a corporatepublication of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc., and does notdelineate SCA policies. Copyright 2019, Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. For information on reprinting letters and artwork from this publication, please contact the Baronial Chronicler, who will assist you in contacting the original creator of the piece. Please respect the legal rights of ourcontributors.Baronial Webpage Address: //sacredstone.atlantia.sca.org/New E-List for Sacred Stone: [email protected] Please go tothe Baronial website and the link to join the e-list is under "About Us". Allofficial information regarding the upcoming pollings and information aboutthe Barony and Kingdom will be posted there.6-8 ····· Blades & Bows Fifth Ed ···········Brockore Abbey ················· Trenton, SC7 ········ Festival of Elvagast·················Elvegast ···················· Hillsborough, NC13-15 ·· Sacred Stone Baronial Birthday ··Sacred Stone ·················· Boonville, NC21 ······ Fall University ··· Ashville, NC27-29 ·· Border Skirmishes (R) ··············Cydllan Downs ·················· Trenton, SC28-29 ·· Clash with Bacchus·················Black Diamond ············· Lynchburg, VACover Art: An abbey cellarer testing his wine. Illumination froma copy of Li livres dou santé by Aldobrandino of Siena. BritishLibrary manuscript Sloane 2435, f. 44v. Visited on 06/03/2019:October 2019 (AS LIV)Other Art: Visited on 12/03/2018: http://www.freevectors.net/celtic5 ········ Fall Coronation (R,H) ··············Storvik ················ Upper Marlboro, MD16-20 ·· War of the Wings XV (R) ··················· Elkin, NCNovember 2019 (AS LIV)1-3 ····· Fall Crown Tourney (R) ············Hidden Mountain ········· Bennettsville, SC9 ········ Buckston’s Birthday Bash ·········Buckston-on-Eno ························· TBD9 ········ Heralds’ Workshop ·················Nottinghill Coill ············Spartanburg, SCDecember 2019 (AS LIV)7 ········ TBD13-15 ·· Yule Toy Tourney XIV ············Nottinghill Coill ················· Pickens, SCJanuary 2020 (AS LIV)25 ······ Tourney of Manannan XL·········Tear-Seas Shore ·············· Harleyille, SCScanned from Den medeltida kokboken, Swedish translation of The Medieval Cookbook by Maggie Black. ISBN 91-7712-380-8.In This Edition . . .2Statement of Ownership2Calendar of Events3Chronicler’s Letter to the Barony3-4Updates from the Canton of Middlegate /March 2020 (AS LIV)7 ········ Kingdom A&S Festival ··············· Matthews, NC27-29 ·· Hidden Mountain Birthday and Investiture (R) ··············· Bennettsville, SCEvent flyer for Another Foolish Event5-7Baronial Meeting Agenda and Minutes8Article: Why Not Cotton?9-10Event Flyer: Sacred Stone Baronial Birthday11Weekly Gatherings around the Barony12Canton Seneschals Contact13Baronial Regnum14Baronial Champions and Principals2

Unto the good Peoples of the Barony of Sacred Stone, tis, Lord Otto von Schwyz sends greetings,Like all things this is my last issue of The Phoenix as the Baronial Chronicler. I have been your editor in chiefsince War of the Wings in 2017 and I will be handing the office over to Baron Talorgen nepos Wrguist, OP starting with the July issue. Please show him all of the support and submissions that you have shown me for these lasttwo years. I wish Talorgen well on this new endeavor and look forward to seeing how the newsletter will progress in the upcomingmonths.Yours in Service,Lord Otto von Schwyz, OGD2019 Unevent Middlegate ReportCanton business meetings are scheduled monthly.Next meeting 6/12 @ Nazareth Bread CompanyStuff nights for A&S activities are scheduled weekly.Moves around see canton facebook page for eventsArmor practice are scheduled weekly pending weekly.Fighter Practice, Lake Daniels Park, Tuesday nights: 6:30Planned activities of the Canton6/1Baronial Meeting and Baronial Unevent6/1Demo in Spencer Library6/22Another Foolish Event work day6/29Another Foolish EventOfficer ChangesBoth the office of seneschal and chatelaine will come available this summer. We are accepting letters of interest for these roles starting in June. We will vote on those who are interested during the July meeting.State of Canton:Armor meetings are well-attended, A&S experienced a slight decline following the closure of the original Geeksboro location. Weare moving meetings around to best gage what time and location best benefits the Canton. Our active membership may be foundserving in leadership positions within baronial activities both here and within our neighboring baronies. Our armored members participate in local tournaments and practices showing both their prowess in their field and their support of the armored communities.Current Regnum:Seneschal, Annora HallMinister of A&S, Maeve DianattoChatelaine, Robert Shockley of AvonsfordEarl Marshal, OpenHerald, OpenWebminister; Lady Ailis inghean Ui RiagainAnother Foolish EventIn the mood for a little silliness? Tired of the same old boring event format? Just wanna skip the event and go straight for the afterparty? Come to the first annual Another Foolish Event! (We are optimistically planning ahead!)The site is climate controlled, the parking is close and paved. Dayboard is provided with your gate fee, but please bring a potluckitem for evening feast. Extra points if your dish is period & corresponds to the event theme!There will be inclusive activities throughout the day including a foolish garb contest. Be as serious or as silly as your creativity allows, no culture/time period is off limits.There will be interactive fighting! Games! Food, GLORIOUS food! Random competitions! More details will be posted as they areconcocted by our merry staff.3

For dayboard dietary concerns, please contact the head chef, Lord Otto von Schwyz (Tim White). [email protected]: Lady Iul'iana Krasnia (Wendi Day, [email protected])Daytrip: 10.00Child (6-17): 5.00Child (0-5): 0Site: Star of Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 1355 Jonestown Rd, Winston Salem NC, 27103Autocrats: Lady Isabelle LaFar (Alexandria Stratton, [email protected])and Lady Syele von Dampach (Sarah Palmer, [email protected])Minister of the Lists: Haelfdige Annora Hall (Kathy Alma, [email protected])Marshall in Charge: Master Achbar ibn Ali (James Morrow, [email protected])Site Steward: Randall Leftwich of Crois Brigte (Randall Jessup, [email protected])Site Liason: Maistreas Aine O Grienan(Tammy Reid, [email protected])Herald: Reginald de Beauchamp (David Thompson, [email protected])Arts and Sciences: Lady Annice Argent(Jennifer Argent, [email protected])Feast Info:Ye Olde NameModern NameIngredientsAllergy/dietary notesSalletSaladgreen onion, radish, lettuce, pursvegan, gluten free, milk freelane, (diverse herbs), vinegar, olive may contain sulfitesoil, cane sugarFruit and CheeseFruit and Cheese Platterscherries, plums, Muenster, Gruyere, Briedairy served separately from fruitCollopsCountry hampork, saltmilk free, gluten freeEggesPoached eggseggsmeat free, milk free, gluten freeLinkesSausagespork, sage, salt, black peppergluten free, milk freeThe Best PancakeSpiced buckwheat pancakesbuckwheat, water, eggs, cloves,cinnamon, nutmeg, mace, salt,butter, cane sugarmeat free, gluten freeBoiled ChickensChicken fricasseechicken, parsley, verjuice, butter,saltno red meat, gluten freeBoiled Sallet on SippetsTangy spinach on toast pointsspinach, butter, currants, red winevinegar, sugarmeat free, gluten freemay contain sulfitesApple Tart (crustless)Stewed Applesapples, white wine, sugar, cinnamon, saunders, rose watervegan, gluten free, milk freeCarbonadosGrilled chickenchicken, salt, butter, wine vinegarno red meat, milk free, gluten freemay contain sulfitesManchetWhite breadflour, water, salt, yeastvegan, milk freeFooleBoiled custardcream, sugar, egg yolk, bread(flour, water, salt, yeast), Ceyloncinnamon, nutmeg, carawaymeat freeSpice CakesButter and Egg BreadFlour, salt, yeast, butter, eggs, half- meat free, may contain sulfitesand-half, saffron, anise, Ceyloncinnamon, cloves, rose water, sugar, currantsPear & Strawberry JamsPear and Strawberry JamsveganButterButtermeat freeMustardCreole Mustardvegan4

June 1, 2019–Baronial MeetingBaronial Unevent: 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.Star of Bethlehem Church1355 Jonestown Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27103Baronial Meeting AgendaBaronage ReportBaronial Officer ldMarshalMOLMoASLetters of IntentWebministerYouthCanton Reports:Aire FauconCharlesbury CrossingCrois BrigteMiddlegateSalisbury GlennOld Business:Events:Known World Land Use and Livestock SymposiumBaronial Events UpdateBaronial Birthday 2019Runestone 2019Miscellaneous Old BusinessPavilion repairsUpcoming DemosNew Business:Upcoming meeting LocationsJuly Meeting – Charlesbury CrossingAugust – Need locationSeptember-Need locationOctober – Need locationNovember – Need LocationDecember – Need LocationJune Business MinutesMeeting opened 12:40Baronage: Joust was awesome. Wilhelm won the Joust tourney. Steiner won the Kraken challenge. Thrown Weapons won theruby challenge. Cody made the finals of the Never Won a Tourney tourney. Brewers had fund and ensured the libation of the populace. The new site has air conditioned halls. Hotels were good and nearby, with fewer bugs and flat ground.Foolish Event coming up. Will be Royal Progress.Congratulations to our newest Laurel, Master Alain ap DaffydKeep doing great things! Her Excellency is happy to be the envy of Her cousins for the raw talent and skill displayed by Her populace.Seneschal.Operating as normalWe need a new Seneschal. Letters of intent due by August meeting.5

Runestone: Looking for photos of people in garb to take for website. Tal will bring releases.Chronicler: Needs content and deputies. Thanks to Lord Otto for his service in the job. Tal has submitted warrant request.Chatelaine. Now have a demo deputy. Mistress Aine.Several demos happening right now, so folks are not in the meeting.Will run newcomers point for Birthday, including a mythical beasts themed quest for newcomers.Exchequer. @ ConCarolina DemoFedor will be stepping up as Baronial exchequerBalance: 29571.302480.36 in allocated funds at this timePanther would want the pavilion shipped to them in order to determine a repair cost. There was discussion about finding a localcompany to do tent repair instead of shipping it to them. Fedor will follow up with Tentmasters instead of Panther in order to get anestimate.Herald.Iskender is stepping down as Herald to become rapier warlord. Domnhall is taking the positionMarshalDyggvi volunteered to be Baronial Marshal. Moved by Kisaiya. Seconded by Alain. 15 in favor, 1 abstain.Report from Dyggvi:1. I have sent out a message to each canton group, requesting canton marshals to contact me as well as anyone who currently holdsan active, open practice, official or otherwise to email me directly.2. If you have any interest in any Martial Sports and would like more information on how to dive in, please reach out to me and I'llget you connected!Thanks!Dyggvi (Digby) inn hvassiMoL. Niccolina unable to log in. No news to report. Need deputies!MoAS. We need one. It's been 3 months. Please consider the position and submit letters of intent to Baroness and Seneschal.Webminister. Doing a great job. Nothing new. report in email. Calendar Listing request form on site - send in your info!Youth Marshal. @ a demoCanton reports.Aire Faucon: A&S meetings weekly. Starting to bring A&S out to fight practices. Runestone 6 July. There will be brewing.,demo @ Lincolnton Be a Hero Comicon on 20 Jul. Contact Chris Goodson for information. Scheduled times for tourney fighting atthis demo. Considering a tourney prize for some of the tourneys.Charlesbury Crossing. Mostly folks @ ConCarolinas demo. Working on KASF 2020. Mistress Rozsa autocratting. Planning conpanel style gatherings @ KASF. Asking guilds to bring folks to run panels.Crois Brigte Officer Transition is well under way. Meeting happened Thursday, 13 people. 2 demos coming up. Imprints Careswill have 2 demos @ Knollwood Baptist Tuesday July 9 & July 16. Events on facebook page. Contact Aine for infor-6

mation. Looking for commitments from folks for days and times. If you volunteered last month, please contact Aine. Crois Brigtehas a financial policy and committee now.Middlegate: See Earlier in this issue of The PhoenixSalesberie Glen: Moved meetings, most folks are at the demos today. Lots of activity at the moment. Things are cruising rightalong; group is getting into Birthday preparations now. Make more pinatas!EventsKnowne Worlde Agriculture and Forestry. Poster idea going around. Looking for more class proposals. Labor Day weekend @Elchenburg. Think about ways that almost any art we do are connected to Agriculture and Forestry.Runestone. 6 July. Going well. Site is wet for brewing classes. Looking for class descriptions to be published shortly. Lunch isdayboard. event is free to attend. Murienne will provide notebooks as site tokens. Milk and Cookies social at the end of theday. cookie swap possibly.Birthday. Salesberie is working on it. Make More pinatas! Sir Marc is doing another bloom sword for the prize tourney. All champions all be changing over. Her Excellency needs letters of intent. She's looking for folks to DO the THING. Plan on DOING whileyou are in the position. Her Excellency will write checks on your behalf. We have incredible talent in this group, and this is anexcellent way for YOU to SHINE! Feast by Brian Sine. Register ASAP; his feast tend to sell out.Pennsic Pity Party - Murienne would like to make this a sponsored activity in order to have the site. Cost will be 5 for camping tothe site. Sponsorship moved by Kisaiya. Seconded Alain. 14 in favor; no abstain. Will be published in an upcoming newsletter.July meeting - need to confirm Charlesbury. All upcoming meetings need locations at the moment. Thomasville has city parkswhich are probably available. Neca to try to set it up for 3rd Sunday in August.September after Birthday.October costume non-garb party @ Fiona and Kisaya's house. Date TBDNew Business. Local NPR station has a photo of the week contest. We should consider entering.Meeting closed 1:467

Why not Cotton?Written by: The Honorable Lady Amathulla LucianoCotton has been around since before the pharaohs of Egypt yet, most people in the SCA will tell you that clothing should bemade of wool or linen to be period. The reason for this is not that there was no cotton in period, but has most to do with the politicsof the time.Most people will say that the Portuguese “introduced” cotton to Europe in 1498, when Vasco de Gama started the European trade with India and started supplying inexpensive cotton goods to the continent in 1500. However there had been Cotton in thesouthern parts of Europe centuries before that.In fact, cotton textile product were used in Rome as early/late as 100BE. Arabian ships brought cloth from India to bothEurope and Asia starting around 100 AD. In Spain, the Moors brought cotton production and manufacturing in 700 AD. They evenmade cotton paper and for two hundred years Spain dominated Europe’s use and production of cotton. Cordova, Seville and Granada all produced cotton cloth and their weaving and dying process made fabric that was said to be favorably compared to that ofBaghdad and Damascus. However because of the Crusades this was considered “heathen” and was thus shunned.Italy was the next to get into the business of cotton. Italians imported cotton when Egypt stopped exporting it in the 1300’sbut they had started trying their hand at the manufacture of it the 1100’s “Fustians” which were cotton blended with linen wool and/or silk came from Venice and Genoa and full cotton fabric from fine lawn to robust velveteen and corduroys came from the Lombardy region. Indian cotton came in thru Venice as well. Cotton goods were regular traded between Venice and Ulm, Germany beginning about 1320 and southern Germany took its cues from Italy and had it own cotton industry for a generation from 1363 to1383. One or two master weavers and merchants got together a cheap workforce and the ability to regulate their products thus guaranteeing the quality of their products and supplanted Lombardy fustian on the European market. In the Champagne region of Francethere was a fabric market six times a year for people trade buy and sell wool,linen, China silk and Italian cotton. That lasted untilthe 14th century when Flanders superseded the “Champagne Faires” as the most important commercial site.All this was quietly undermined by moralist and medieval economist in Sweden , France , the Netherlands and Englandwho told the populus that these cottons were not made in Europe thus took the wealth away. Also such “Eastern Luxuries” corrupted the moral fiber of society.The true leader of the “don’t use that cotton stuff” was King Edward the III of England (1327-1377) He was considered bythe French as the “wool merchant” and is responsible for the “wool base” in England. He encouraged Flemish weavers to come andmake and teach their fine weaving techniques so that the wool fabric from England would be “the best in the world”. From the 14thto the 16th century, wool was king in England. Supury laws made so only the very rich could have cotton and even that was limited.( on a side note, the word English “Spinster” comes from this time frame. All unmarried women were expected to spend their timespinning and/or weaving as they had no household to take care of because the making of cloth was done in homes instead of shops/factories.)Add to this was the rise of the Ottoman Empire, which disrupted the flow of raw and manufactured cotton into the regionand ruined the Italian and German cotton industries.Thus cotton never really caught on in Europe. It wasn’t that it wasn’t there, it was that it wasn’t “trendy”. To wear cottonthen was somewhat (as I perceive my research) like wearing fur.So if you want to wear cotton in the SCA go ahead. The Arabs, Africans, Indians Asian and Americans all dyed it wonderful. If it is Red is from the Americas, If blue Indigo of Africa or Asia. If the pattern is block printed it is probably African or Arabic,if it is painted or batik, then it came from Asia though none of that is exclusive. Cotton blended with other stuff is a “Fustian” andcan be Indian, German or Italian.As long as you aren’t one of King Edward III and his family’s subjects, cotton is perfectly period. Why not Cotton!BibliographyCotton: Origin, History, Technology and Production, by C. Wayne Smith and J. Tom CathernThe Heritage of Cotton: The Fiber of Two Worlds and Many Ages, M.D.C. CrawfordCotton, by Edna TurpinCotton, by Beverly LemireEmpire of Cotton: A Global History, by Sven BeckerCotton: The Fabric That Made The Modern World, by Giorgio Riello8

Sacred Stone Baronial BirthdaySeptember 13 - 15, 2019Barony of Sacred StoneBoonville, NCIn honor of our Phoenix and Atlantia’s Spike we are celebrating our birthday with a beast hunt! There will be various competitionsand tournaments having to do with beasties. There will also be a fabulous feast and much revelry! It is our Birthday after all!!!Autocrat: Lord Gawain de Barri (Colin Bulla) chbulla AT gmail.comDeputy Autocrat & Land Steward: Baroness Asta Knarrarbringa (Kari Blackwell)Reservationist: Azza al Shirazi (Zoe Williams) 228 Jennings Rd, Statesville, NC 28625-9447 704-450-9216, Text only, please, nocalls.Make Checks Payable To: SCA, Inc., Barony of Sacred StoneHead Cook: Brian SymsonMarshal in Charge: Master Achbar ibn AliMinister of the Lists: Signora Niccolina the WandererWebsite: ite: Elchenburg Castle Farm, 2239 Center Road, Boonville, NC 27011Opens/Closes: 09/13 to 09/15Site Restrictions: This is a farm with drive, portalets, and uneven grassy grounds. While efforts are made to accommodate mobilityissues as much as possible, this is still an event in a pasture. If you have concerns, please contact the autocrat. No smoking allowedin any buildings on site. Pets must be on a leash or otherwise controlled and contained by the owner.Event Rules: Please respect the Site, Staff, and Each Other. Dial 9-1-1 for emergencies.⁂ Please respect the buildings and accoutrements of the site. Do not climb on the Castle or any site structure.⁂ The kitchen and freezers in the farmhouse are for the use of staff and site residents only. If you have medicine that must be refrigerated contact the autocrat to make arrangements.⁂ If you, your child and/or your pet or livestock make a mess, please clean it up. Your children, pets, and/or livestock must be supervised at all times. Pets and/or livestock MUST be leashed or contained. You are responsible for any damage they may do. Petsowners may be asked to provide proof of vaccinations if they are involved in a biting incident. Animal owners and must properlydispose of their animal's waste.⁂ Fires, torches, candles, or other open flame must be supervised at all times and extinguished properly.⁂ Please deposit your trash in provided containers or pack it out.⁂Please put the lid down in Portalets. This forces the odors up the vent pipe and keeps the Portalets much less stinky. Deposit leftover firewood in the tree line where it will not damage machinery.⁂Please, don’t leave it on the field⁂Properly dispose of ash and coal in the ravine or in the trees after ensuring they are completely extinguished⁂Please be aware of the horses on site. Stay clear and avoid being kicked. Please do not approach, pet, or feed any animal on sitewithout the owner’s express permission.⁂No fireworks. No firearms. No cannons. No exceptions.⁂Modern World Laws are in full force on site. Please do not do anything to require police or other emergency responders’presence.⁂The legal drinking age in North Carolina is 21. Do not drink alcohol if you are not of age. Ensure you do not serve alcohol toanyone who is not of age. Observe the law.Directions:9

From the South: Take your best route to I-77 North. Take Exit 82 and turn right at the end of the exit ramp.*Proceed less than a mile and turn right onto Messick Rd. Proceed to the end of Messick Rd. and turn left on Center Rd. Approx. 9miles later Mitchel Chapel United Methodist Church is on the left. Elchenburg Farm is 4/10ths of a mile further on right. Turn righton gravel road Elchenburg Castle Pl. Signs will be posted.From Hwy 421: Proceed to intersection with I-77 North, Exit 82, use directions from *From the North: Take your best route to I-81 then to I-77 South to Exit 82, turn left at the exit ramp, use directions from *From the East: Be Aware, signs from this direction are routinely stolen. Be certain to have a backup for finding site. From Interstate40, take Exit 188 to Highway 421 West toward Boone and Yadkinville. Continue on 421 until the Yadkinville/Highway 601 Exit257. Turn Right at light onto 601. In 4/10s mile at light turn Left on W. Lee St. At Light turn left onto West Main St/old Hwy 421.About 7/10ths of a mile just before Harmony Grove Friends Meetinghouse turn Right on Booger Swamp Rd, and at the end ofBooger Swamp, turn Right on Center Rd. Travel 2.2 miles, Elchenburg is on the Left. Turn left on Elchenburg Castle Pl. If you seethe Mitchel Chapel United Methodist Church, you have gone too far.10

Weekly Gatherings Around the BaronyAF: Aire Faucon; CB: Crois Brigte; CC: Charlesbury Crossing; M: Middlegate; SG: Salesberie GlenWeekSundayMondayWednesdayThursdayCB: Panera BreadA&S Newcomers5:30 – 9:00AF: A&S Newcomers6:30 – 8:30M: Lake DanielPark, A&S6:00 – 9:00CB: Locale changes,A&S Garb5:30 – 9:00AF: A&S Largess6:30 – 8:30M: Lake DanielPark, A&S6:00 – 9:00SG: Mean MugBusiness Meeting7:00 – 9:00CC: Mugs, A&S,7:00 – 9:00CB: Locale changes,Business Meeting6:30 – 9:00AF: A&S General6:30 – 8:30M: Lake DanielPark, A&S6:00 – 9:004thSG: Mean Mug,A&S7:00 – 9:00CC: Mugs, A&S7:00 – 9:00AF: A&S Potluck &(odd months)Potluck & BardicCB: Locale changes(even months)A&S Demo6:30 – 8:305:30 – 9:00M: Lake DanielPark, A&S6:00 – 9:005thSG: Mean Mug,A&S7:00 – 9:00CC: Mugs, A&S7:00 – 9:00CB: Locale changesA&S Scholar5:30 – 9:001stSG: Mean Mug,A&SNewcomers7:00 – 9:00CC: Mugs, A&S7:00 – 9:002ndSG: Mean Mug,A&S7:00 – 9:00CC: Mugs,Business Meeting,7:00 – 9:003rdCC: WeeklyFighter Practiceat Freedom Parkin Charlotte from11:00 – 2:00TuesdayAF: BusinessMeeting7:30 - 8:45pmAF: A&S General6:30 – 8:30M: Lake DanielPark, A&S6:00 – 9:0011

Canton SeneschalsAire Faucon: Elspeth Meresberie of Shepton Mallet (Carol Patterson), elspethm846 AT gmail.comCharlesbury Crossing: Feyn Van Amsterdam (Tamara Babulski), tbabulski AT bellsouth.netCrois Brigte: Lord Alesander Davidson (Anthony Davis), seneschal AT crosibrigte.atlantia.sca.orgMiddlegate: Haelfdige Annora Hall (Kathy Murphy Alma), annorhall AT yahoo.comSalesberie Glen: Lord Gawain de Barri (Colin Bulla), seneschal AT salesberieglen.atlantia.sca.org12

Baronial RegnumBaroness Murienne L’aloiere (Nikki Peterson)Phone #: 336-823-4777Email Address: baroness AT s Fiona MacLeodBaron Iskender Bey al-Istanbuli(Andrea Davis)herald AT sacredstone.atlantia.sca.orgseneschal AT sacredstone.atlantia.sca.orgCHATELAINEBARONIAL MARSHALMistress Kisaiya ZingaraLord Dyggvi (Gigby) inn hvassi(Dawn Davis)(Clint Walker)chatelaine AT sacredstone.atlantia.sca.orgmarshal AT sacredstone.atlantia.sca.orgCHANCELLOR OF FAMILY AND YOUTHMINISTER OF THE LISTSPROGRAMSSignora Niccolina the WandererLady Thamira HaSopheret(Nicki Mann)mom AT sacredstone.atlantia.sca.orgmol AT sacredstone.atlantia.sca.orgMINISTER OF THE ARTS & SCIENCESCHRONICLEROPENHerr Otto von Schwyzmoas AT sacredstone.atlantia.sca.org(Tim White)chronicler AT dy Mari de AlmendaraLady Ailis inghean Ui Riagain(Eliza Osborne)(Rebecca Southards)exchequer AT sacredstone.atlantia.sca.orgwebminister AT sacredstone.atlantia.sca.org13

Baronial Champions and PrincipalsOrder of the Sacred StoneSignora Niccolina the WandererOrder of the Phoenix ClawLord Johann AnderssonOrder of the Phoenix EyeMistress Kisaiya ZingaraArmored Combat ChampionSteinarr AfkarrArmored WarlordJohan AnderssonArts ChampionHildegard BergerinSciences ChampionScribonia Sabina MusRapier ChampionHumfrey Matthew LovettRapier WarlordDyggvi HrolfssonArchery ChampionRobert Shockley of AvonsfordEquestrian/Cavalry Champion Jacquline Grant (also known as “Bubbles”, by Baroness Alianor)Bardic ChampionAnnice ArgentBaronial BeekeeperAilis inghean Ui RiagainYouth A&S ChampionNoah bar ThamiraYouth Armored ChampionEione de BarriYouth Archery ChampionXavier the Crystal Keeper14

Collops Country ham pork, salt milk free, gluten free Egges Poached eggs eggs meat free, milk free, gluten free Linkes Sausages pork, sage, salt, black pepper gluten free, milk free The Best Pancake Spiced buckwheat pancakes buckwheat, water, eggs, cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, mace, salt, butter, cane sugar meat free, gluten free