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Re: Level of work




Poster: Josh <dungeon@norfolk.infi.net>

  All orders have a polling list for the companions or peers of an order to
give there imput on certain gentles.(Except the chivalry) Correct me if I am
wrong, the members of an order are the ones who decided who is inducted.
TRMS  just award it. TRMs can pass on the letters they get to the order in
question and also have the right to participate in any order's meeting.
  So the answer to your question is TRMS get the aid of the order in
question to decide who gets inducted in said order.
Regards,
Tristan
 
At 07:48 AM 4/18/98 -0400, you wrote:
>
>Poster: Brenna <sunnie@exis.net>
>
>Dear Gentles,
>Forgive my ignorance of this matter, but with a new crown every 6 months
>(although some people hold the crown multiple times), how is anyone to
>achieve recognition for their "years of service" required for a dolphin if
>it is up to the crowns to keep track?  The locality must be allowed to point
>out the meritorious service of the individual.  Otherwise, king #100 coming
>in has no idea of the service Mylord Someone has provided in the reigns of
>80-99.
>
>Brenna of Lyonsbane
>
>Terry L. Neill wrote:
>
>> Poster: "Terry L. Neill" <longshipco@hotmail.com>
>>
>> Miri wrote:
>> >I get the feeling they seem to have a strong
>> >handle on what level of work is suitable for each award. I don't >think
>> we really have that in Atlantia.
>>
>>
>> I maintain that service to one's group *is* service to the Kingdom, and
>> thus deserves kingdom-level recognition.  Without well-run local groups,
>> there wouldn't BE a Kingdom.
>>
>> Others are just as adamant that the Golden Dolphin is for service at the
>> Kingdom level and that local awards are valid recognition for efforts at
>> the local level.
>>
>> Some overall idea of appropriate service, for example, would be of
>> value.  Perhaps that could be addressed in Order meetings at Unevent and
>> maybe other places.
>>
>> Regards!
>>
>> ============================================================
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