The Ceremonies Committee will be going through several changes over the next year. We have been training new people and planning new regalia to fit the woodland Native American style. This past weekend was the first weekend that the new Brotherhood members got to keep their feathers, a tradition I am committed to preserving. However, with this increase of ambition comes an increase in workload. We will have to make around 200 new feathers every year, and will require countless hours of craftsmanship for the regalia. This is why I am going to cut you a deal:
Any brotherhood member who assists the Ceremonies Committee to create regalia, brotherhood feathers, or other piece of lore will receive a brotherhood feather to keep.
Brothers who have already received a feather will not receive another one, but will be an official member of the Ceremonies Committee, which, in my opinion, is reward enough.
I will keep you all posted on dates that we will be rehearsing and working on regalia.
We will also need brothers to learn the roles of the ceremonies. If you are interested and would like a script, please contact me; my contact info is in the t-bird and I also have a Facebook. You can also use this form:
[contact-form to=’firstname.lastname@example.org’ subject=’Ceremonies Committee Sign-Up’][contact-field label=’Name’ type=’text’ required=’1’/][contact-field label=’E-Mail’ type=’email’/][contact-field label=’Phone’ type=’text’/][contact-field label=’Honor’ type=’radio’ options=’Ordeal,Brotherhood,Vigil’/][/contact-form]
I will be halfway across the nation from May 11 to the end of August, so I will need as many people as possible to know the ceremony for the next two weekends and the Conclave competition.
Oh, by the way, sign up for conclave.
Yours in Wimachtendienk,
Ceremonies Committee Chair