Kenai Eagles Club,
From The Page (February, 2005):
As winter wanes, all are invited for a day of companionship and mirth! It is lambing season and there will be a contest for Most Creative Use of Milk. We will hold a class on weaving Brigid's Crosses, followed by a competition: Fastest Cross in the West. We will have a Groundhog Toss, and the Autocrat will be watching and a prize will go to the most mirthful and lighthearted person. We will hold a heavy tourney and archery competition. There will be activities for children with parental supervision. Feast will be potluck; we will have use of the kitchen, for those who wish to cook for the feast. Please contact the autocrat for assistance with lodging.
Site Information: Kenai Eagles Club, (address omitted) (between Kenai and Soldotna) Site fee is $5 for members, $8 for nonmembers, and $3 for children ages 5-12. Children under age 5 are free. Site opens at 10 am and closes at 10 pm. Candles in containers are allowed in the hall. NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL ALLOWED, if you desire a drink, the bar will be available.
Autocrat: Lasairiona of Creavanore (no contact info omitted).
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