The Board of Directors is again asking for feedback on an additional peerage.  Only about 300 people in the Known World responded prior to the failed vote on the rapier peerage. Please take a moment to let the BoD know what you think. 

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> Date: January 27, 2015, 4:53:56 PM CST
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> Subject: [Announcements] February 2, 2015 Conference Call
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> Due to the large amount of information surrounding the additional peerage matter, the Board of Directors has decided to participate in a conference call on February 2, 2015.  This is not an unusual occurrence.  Conference call meetings are regularly held to help facilitate communication, especially on important issues.  This meeting was scheduled for further discussion of the results, reactions, and information that came forth after the last meeting's failed vote on the peerage language change. 
> The Board would like to assure the membership that they are reading all the comments that have been sent to them so far on the issue.  Anyone who would like their opinion heard is encouraged to write the Board at [log in to unmask] 
> Comments are strongly encouraged and can be sent to:
> SCA Inc.
> Box 360789
> Milpitas,  CA 95036
> You may also email [log in to unmask]
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