GNEW BATTLEFIELD SUPPORT VOLUNTEERS WANTED!

Lords and Ladies, lads and lasses, all gentles who enjoy the fun and excitement of the battlefield but don’t enjoy participating in the fighting – The Battlefield Support staff would love to have you join them! Battlefield Support – or “waterbearing” – provides water, gatorade, pickles, oranges, and other potables to comfort the overheated who have taken up arms to entertain us on the battlefields, in the rapier list, and on the archery and thrown weapons ranges. We will meet under the MOL tent (between the Heavy List and Rapier fields) half an hour prior to the beginning of heavy list activities (including Friday for The Deed and the Summer Druid vs. Winter Witch). We will have a brief cleanup after the tournament to prepare our station for the next events. Come for as little or as long as you like – many hands make light work, and we love to make new friends. Children are most welcome, but must be supervised by someone aged 16 or older. Unattended children who tire of volunteering will be escorted to Youth Activities for safekeeping. If you’re interested in volunteering, if you would like more information before committing, or if you need special accommodation, please contact Lady Anna Serena (Serena Antonowicz) or Lady Rose Copper Steele (Cecilia Hunter). They’ll be thrilled to meet you!

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