From The Page (January, 1973):
The prospective Province of Golden Rivers, to be located in the Sacramento area, will hold an organizational meeting on Saturday, January 13, at (address omitted), by David and Sheryl White, the prospective Seneschals-designates for the province. They can be reached at (phone omitted). All in the area are invited, nay, beseeched to attend.
From the History (by Wilhelm):
Held at the home of the new Seneschal, David of Castlewhyte. Cheryl of Whyte Castle was the Chatelaine, and deputy Seneschal. Anne of the Golden City was Mistress of Arts. Curt of Rosecastle was the herald. Sometime later David of Castlewhyte put out a three page flyer giving the names of the members of the Shire, the shire’s and Kingdom’s officers, and details of the April revel.
“David and Cheryl were nice people. I seem to remember that Verena attended the organizational meeting incognito so as to not disturb the natural flow of the event. Perhaps she could comment. David and Cheryl eventually went on to other things but I do remember when I knew them, she was decorating one of the walls of her living room with a very nice medieval mural.” – Steven MacEanruig
Description of this event,
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