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Re: Re[2]: "Official"?

Poster: Mark Schuldenfrei <schuldy@abel.MATH.HARVARD.EDU>

Greetings from Tibor.  (Yes, I am answering my mail in reverse order)

Gawain wrote:
  So, if I am reading this right and understanding the missives of these
  two good Lords, then I've been under the false assumption over the last
  4 years that my publications were really unofficial.  In fact, they make
  any references to events published in them official events covered by
  Society insurance!?!?!?  So, let me see if I have this straight:  If I
  publish in the local canton or baronial newsletter that we are having a
  4th of July picnic and fighter practice at Billy Bob Joe Don's place,
  for SCA folk, this is considered an official event per IIA?  Covered by
  Society insurance?

Publication is necessary, but not sufficient.  The event must also be
sponsored by a local group.  But yes, it would be official, if the group
sponsored it.

Not that this does Billy Bob Joe Don any good, if he is a member, for the
insurance won't cover the property belonging to a member.  (At least, the last
several years worth didn't.  I haven't seen the newest paperwork.)

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