Historical Recreation in the Kingdom of Calontir


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Lis Schraer <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 5 Jun 2009 17:46:41 -0500
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Apologies to those who get this more than once.  Please feel free to 

First, just a reminder that the totally unofficial waterbearing effort 
at Lilies needs a few empty, clean, two-liter soda bottles (I estimate 
I'll need around 30 of them altogether) so that we can provide our 
out-of-kingdom guests who desire to use noncontact water bottles on the 
field of battle the means to do so.  You can drop them off at the 
waterbearing tent which I am told will be at the upper corner of the 
battlefield near the water spigot, as always.

Second, the totally unofficial waterbearing effort at Lilies needs 
volunteers!  If you won't be on the battlefield, or otherwise busy 
between the hours of 9 and 3 Monday through Saturday, please consider 
giving up a couple of hours (or more, if you like) to help hydrate folks 
on the battlefield.  No experience required, we will train you!  You 
will earn the eternal gratitude of the fighters and of the 
Not-the-waterbearer-in-charge (that'd be me).  If you want to help but 
don't have the stamina to go out on the field--no problem, there is 
always plenty of work to be done at the tent.  Show up early and cut 
pickles and oranges--show up during the battles and help keep jugs 
filled--show up late and help with cleaning/organizing for the next 
day.  Any help at all will be deeply appreciated!

In service to Calontir,
Elasait ingen Diarmata
Head of Fourth Company, and the Not-The-Waterbearer-In-Charge of Lilies