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Ever thought about what the SCA is like at the Corporate level? Ever wonder
what the job of a Director involves?

The Directors and Corporate Officers will be sponsoring a panel discussion
at the upcoming at Great Western War, October 7-12 in the Kingdom of the
Caid to answer any questions the membership may have about the modern
business of running the Society and its interaction with the game.

Panel Members will include Director Andrew Coleman (Jarl Ailgheanan mac
Sithigh, KSCA) and Director David Keen (Baron David of Caithness, OP). The
event is held at Buena Vista Aquatic Recreational Area, 13601 Ironbark Rd,
Taft, CA 93268. Please watch the official event notices for the exact time
and location of the panel discussion. One and all are welcomed and
encouraged to attend.
Comments are strongly encouraged and can be sent to:
SCA Inc.
Box 360789
Milpitas,  CA 95036

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Creative Anachronism , Inc.  Permission is granted to reproduce this
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