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MOAS Quarterly Report

Page history last edited by Lynette 4 years, 2 months ago Saved with comment

Our Shire reports are due on the firsts of January, April, July and October.

 

In order to help the Society as a whole maintain its tax free status, we've been asked to include more detailed information about who attends our classes. To that end, I request that everyone in our Shire who teaches classes at events anywhere to please provide me with the following information for my report:

1. Name of class and description if not clear from name.

2. Event, date and location where class was given.

3. Number who attended classes and their names if applicable.

 

Oswyn created this for future use:Generic class sign up sheet.docx

 

Report forms come from the Midrealm A&S Handbook.

 

The current MOAS can be reached at dena.strong (at) gmail.com. Please include SCA in the subject line.

Comments (9)

seanw@hkusa.com said

at 9:24 am on Sep 9, 2014

Oswyn's classes

The Legacy of Alfred the Great, Ragnorock Rampage, June 21, 2014, Big Rock IL. 3 people attending. Names I remember: Baron Mustafa Al-Hassan Abdualaziz
(Evan Reeves), Lady Jadwiga Wlodzislawska (Caroline Polli).

Enough Ale to Fill Up the Sea – the What, Where, and How Much of Drinking in England, Baroness Wars, August 23, 2014, Taylorville IL. 4 people attending. Names I remember: Bran Chandler, Elisabetha Schläfer von Württemberg, Sofya Chyudskaya Smolyanina, Reyni-Hrefna

Upcoming Harold Godwinson – the Last of the Anglo-Saxons Fields of Cloth of Gold October 2014

I had another class that I was going to teach but I had no students so for me, that doesn't count.

Lynette said

at 12:36 pm on Sep 10, 2014

Lynette's classes:

Rites of Spring 2014 -
Birka posament making: 4 folks IIRC.
Textile arts meet & greet: 6 folks IIRC.

For Hands 2014 -
Birka posament making: 6 folks.
(Do we need names? I have email addresses from the folks who wanted handouts, but didn't collect SCA names.)

Hrefna said

at 2:28 pm on Sep 10, 2014

Hrefna's classes:

Known World Bardic Congress and Cooks Collegium VII (Aug 29-Sept 1)
Milk divided is Mjolk preserved: about 15

Lynette said

at 11:01 am on Sep 29, 2014

Roana and Lynette:
Beer and Mead Brewing Workshop
9 paid attendees + 2 spectators (Makerspace supervisor Jeff and 15 year old 3D printer Malcolm :D)

Lynette said

at 1:45 pm on Oct 20, 2014

Marketa taught at least 20 people to spin at the Maker Fest on Oct. 18. It wasn't all at one time, so it wasn't a traditional class, but there was definitely a lot of teaching going on!

Lynette said

at 11:07 pm on Nov 26, 2014

Lynette at RUM:
Silver Spiral Posaments from Birka
17 (!) people

At the SCA-Makerspace Glass and Fire Workshops Sunday after RUM:
Brynn Herleifsson
Stained Glass
4 people, all day

Rois of the Glass Beads (not sure of her SCA surname):
Lampworking
4 people in the first session, 8 in the second

Lynette said

at 11:22 pm on May 26, 2015

Lynette at Gulf Wars:
Planned 2 dye classes and 1 posament class, but the plague intervened. First dye class worked, 6 students.

Lynette said

at 11:24 pm on May 26, 2015

Lynette at Rites of Spring:
Japanese onigiri (rice ball) making.
2 students, many taste testers. :D

Lynette said

at 9:09 am on Sep 10, 2015

Hrefna and Lynette at Baroness Wars (Aug. 29):
Introduction to Natural Dyes
6 official students, several drop-in students.

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