March 2011 Northwatch Missive
Is it really almost spring? I know that I am one of the few people that actually likes snow and winter but I do appreciate the turning of the seasons—and everyone else is SO happy to see the snows melt away, I cannot help but smile.
Primus. The theme this month is “Animal Husbandry” though I think many of you had to have your nose in your seed catalogue since the topic did not translate well into articles. I appreciate what I did get on topic, though, and really love some of the other stuff I am lucky enough to get to publish this month. Next month’s theme will be “Foolishness” and it will be my last issue. Let us see what kind of silliness I can end my tenure with.
Secundus. The Society is in the process of working out the details of how to move towards electronic newsletters for each Kingdom. The word from HE Honor, the Society Chronicler, is “We are working frantically to get everything in order to go electronic and then things will be completely different. And speaking of changes due to the move to electronic newsletters—I am drafting the new policies this month. If you have suggestions, comments, concerns, dreams, or wishes, this is the time to let me know. Discussion and private emails are most welcome.” If you have any thoughts on this, please pass them on to her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tertius. Please note that there is an Officers’ Day coming up soon, in April, in the Barony of Caer Anterth Mawr. If you are an officer, this is a great opportunity to meet with your Kingdom or Regional superior to learn and ask questions as well as meet others doing the same job you are. If you are thinking of becoming an officer some day, this is a great opportunity to find out more about what you might be getting yourself into.
Quod denique. Unbelievable as it may seem, I am not scheduled to go to any events in March. My time in this office is short and our trip to Eastern Europe will be soon upon us. All I can really say at this point is that my life is far from boring.
I remain, in service to the Northshield, our Society, and most of all, to the
Elashava bas Riva
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