|Baron and Baroness|
Wolfgang Moennich von Luppin
email: baron AT caermear.atlantia.sca.org
Iseulte of the Red Cliffs
email: baroness AT caermear.atlantia.sca.org
| Moe & Kitty Moyer|
The seneschal shall act as the president of the local chapter of the SCA, Inc. The seneschal is responsible for filing all reports and signed event waiver materials, as required by the Kingdom Seneschal.
The local exchequer shall act as the treasurer of the local chapter of the SCA, Inc. The local exchequer is responsible for filing all quarterly and year-end reports required by the Kingdom Exchequer and Society. The local exchequer is responsible for ensuring that the group follows procedures as set out in the local Financial Policy, Kingdom Financial Policy, and Society Branch Financial Policy. The local exchequer is accountable for all of the regalia for their group. If the group has a chamberlain/quartermaster that tracks the property of the group, this office falls under the office of exchequer.
Help organize and attend programs for recruitment and educational purposes (i.e., demos). Insure that the branch Seneschal has signed off on the Demo. Provide information about the SCA to newcomers, prospective members, and the public in the form of literature and/or personal dialogue, or, when necessary, refer them to a more appropriate source.
The local herald or deputy should attempt to attend each local meetings and/or be available to answer questions and help local members with heraldry questions. If the local herald does not know the answer to the question, he or she should direct any inquiries to Triton or Golden Dolphin for answers. If processing submissions, as submissions come in, the local herald should check them for completeness and documentation and payment of correct fees. If possible, the herald should also check submissions to make sure they meet all the requirements of the Society's Rules for Submission, including documentation, period style, conflict and/or use of reserved or offensive charges and notify the submitter of any potential problems.
Chroniclers are responsible for producing newsletters which keep S.C.A. members informed about events and activities within the area that the newsletter services and which educate their readers about aspects of the middle ages. All chroniclers shall endeavor to produce a newsletter that reflects the dignity of the group they represent.
To encourage the Arts and Sciences in the local group. This may be approached in any of a number of ways including, but not limited to, sponsoring classes, competitions, and displays at events, encouraging members of the populace to exchange knowledge and skills through workshops, classes, or published articles, and bringing promising and gifted members to the attention of the Crown or Baronage (if applicable).
To facilitate the education of youth about the SCA and history within the SCA period; support and encourage the participation of youth in age- appropriate activities; provide activities for all youth and to help parents encourage their children and teens to become an active and vital part of the SCA; and assist Seneschals, Chatelaines, Autocrats, Youth Officers, and Coordinators in providing and/or organizing classes, educational activities, and opportunities for all youth to become more involved within the SCA.
A warranted MoL is required to administer all combat activities at Atlantian events. For the purposes of this policy only, an Atlantian event is defined as any event announced in The Acorn. Any combat activity, including tournaments, demos, war practices, and training at Universities or Collegiums, held at these events requires an MoL.
Marshals for Youth Combat exist within the structure established under the Crown and Earl Marshal of Atlantia. All marshals for Youth Combat activities are warranted, have authority and are expected to conduct themselves as warranted marshals of this Kingdom, according to Kingdom Law and the Policies of the Earl Marshal.
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