Southeast Alaska United Methodist Camp,
From The Page (July, 1996):
It is once again time to journey to Earngyld for Summer Coronet and Investiture. The event will be held at Southeast Alaska United Methodist Camp, located in a lovely wooded area about 27 miles from Juneau. There is no alcohol, firearms, and fireworks permitted on site. There is a lodge with 9 sleeping cabins and plenty of space for pavilions. The cabins will sleep about 60 people. Please let us know if you will be bringing a pavilion or need to bunk in a cabin. Bedding is not provided for the cabins, so bring sleeping bags. The theme for the summer celebration will be High Renaissance.
After July 1, all site fees are $25.00 for adults, and children will be $1,00 per each year up to the age of 12, and then at the adult rate. The following food will be provided: Saturday: breakfast, lunch, and evening FEAST; Sunday: brunch will be buffet style and will need to be closed by 10:00 am.
Contests: Prince and princess' whim. What the Renaissance means to me. This will be done during the feast.
For transportation arrangements please contact the autocrat. I will need to know flight/ferry arrival and departure times.
Autocrat: Fredericka Jean Grey of Brackenridge (contact info omitted).
Published in The Gatekeeper (newsletter for Winter's Gate), August XXXI (1996), by Khevron Oktavii Tikhikovich Vorotnikov
Coronet July, XXXI (1996)
Having traveled the wilds of Oertha to Earngyld last month, I bring you news of coronet . Lord Gregor Hawke once again won the tourney, defeating Gentle Ferris of Red Oaks in the finals (who fought for Deedra the Naughty), inspired by our very own Baroness Alicianne de Montfort of Sprucewood. The tourney was well fought, very chivalrous, and enjoyable to all. Chandra, Prince of Mists, was in attendance, and gave yours truly one of his hand-crafted boxes to carry my circlet in, which came as quite a surprise at Saturday morning court As usual, the hospitality of the hosting Earngylders was exemplary, and I would recommend visiting them to anyone. -Morgana yr Oerfa
Coronet List in Earngyld Seven fighters vied for the Coronets of Oertha. I'm told they were Francis Bull of Kent, Alicianne de Montfort of Sprucewood, Thomas Bloodworth, Sir Richenza von Hugh, Gregor Hawke, Martin Thursthammer and Ferris of Red Oaks. Gregor Hawke emerged victorious fighting for Alicianne, with Ferris becoming Lord Guardian and Princess's champion fighting for his lady, Deedra. -Khevron Oktavii Tikhikovich Vorotnikov
Per pale embattled Or and
azure, a hawk's head erased
azure and two caltrops in
Alicianne de Montfort
Or, a fir tree couped proper
between in fess two mullets of
four points elongated palewise azure.
Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.
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