Held in Kiwanis Meadow, Tuckers Grove Park, Santa Barbara, CA. Prince Morven and Princess Bevin held court. King Kevin and Queen Patrice attended. The first proposed Laws of Caid were announced. It was then announced that Caid would present a petition at the Kingdom Twelfth Night, requesting Kingdom Status. Several Lists were held. Viscount Gregory of York won the two weapons list and Robear du Bois won the two-handed weapon contest. Then the populace adjourned to the hall. Prince Morven and Princess Bevin held their final court. Mary Taran of Glastonbury was proclaimed Scribes Provost for Caid. Eadmund du Battlemont transferred the office of Caid Seneschal to Gabrielle Deveraux NicChluraine. Prince Morven gave Awards of Arms to Brann Morgan Dunmore of Galloway and to Cameron of Caldoon. King Kevin then called forward the knights and knighted Baron Waldt von Markheim. Eadmund du Battlemont announced his engagement to Cristóbal Degli Gilicine che Mangia Uome. Then the Banquet was held. At closing court Prince Morven gave an Award of Arms to Cedric the Dark. Then Sir Martin the Temperate and Arabella Lyon de Rohese were crowned Prince and Princess of Caid, and received many presentations from the populace.
Martin the Temperate
Argent, a bend sinister nebuly,
in dexter chief a bull's head
Arabella Lyon de Rohese
Gules, a lion couchant guardant
Or, on a chief Or three cinquefoils
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