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Re: delinquent reports and power-tripping officers

Poster: Heather Swann <swannh@psi.com>

>Yes, in fact the MoAS might be a completely useless office as far as
>bureaucratics are concerned.  However, let me remind you that this is a
>non-profit EDUCATIONAL organization.  If the MoAS is too busy doing A&S
>to report about A&S, I have nothing to report to corporate as I do not
>know what's going on in the world; and, the SCA loses the paper trail
>that shows it's an educational org.  
>I'm not trying to "power-trip" and I'm pretty sure those persons who are
>tardy in their reports have found me understanding and flexible.  I'm
>just trying to get the job done.
>Celynen of Stow-on-the-Wold
Thanks for making that point!  As a former local A&S officer, I don't think
most folks realize it's a way to be able to say, "See?  We teach people

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