Category: Newsletter

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Citadel’s Social Media Presence… and so can you!

Our Barony is one of the more forward looking branches in the SCA thanks to our amazing populace and hustle when it comes to working to stay in compliance with Society Corpora and policies while thinking outside the box. In order to keep pushing those boundaries we need your help. Some of our platforms need …

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Kingdom A&S, Queen’s Prize, and Baronial Investiture Court Report

Herein lies the court report for Kingdom A&S, Queen’s Prize, and Baronial Investiture in the Citadel of the Southern Pass on April 13th 2019 A.S. LIII The following awards were given by Their Excellencies Tariq and Elieth. A Baroness’ Chalice was given to Raelina Torres de Chavira of Al-Barran on 2019/04/13. A Baroness’ Chalice was …

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Signoria? What’s That?

What is this Signoria thing? It was the system of government used by medieval Florence that combined the nobility with the rise of the burgher class into a way to govern the city-state. It took on several forms throughout its existence and worked in concert with other elected councils. Some councils were permanent while others …

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Open Officer Positions

Greetings to the people of the Citadel. Your barony needs you! Join the team of the cool kids and serve the barony in an officer position. Offices that need to be filled: 1) A&S minister 2) Rapier Marshal 3) Chronicler 4) Chatelaine 5) social Media Officer 6) webminister These offices are now open and letters …

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What is Largesse?

Throughout history, the generosity of the Landed Nobility has been termed “largesse”.  In the SCA, the giving of largesse by the Crown and Coronets allows for them to show that their wealth and happiness is a direct result of the wealth and happiness of the populace.  Not only is gift-giving expected of Royalty, it is …

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Officer Positions open in the Citadel of the Southern Pass

Greetings members of the populous.  After years of service the following officers are stepping down at Kingdom A&S in April and we need letters of intent to fill these positions. Exchequer Webminister Rapier marshal. If you are interested in serving the barony in any of these positions, please send letters of intent to the seneschal, …

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Citadel of the Southern Pass Polling

Their Excellencies Tariq and Elieth are pleased to extend an invitation to one and all to attend their Majesties as they poll the Baronial Populace in the process of choosing the successors of the Baronet of the Citadel of the Southern Pass. A polling will be conducted on March 24, 2019 at Citadel’s Baronial Day …

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Kingdom of the Outlands Arts and Sciences Competition, Queen’s Prize Tournament, and Baronial Investiture

Their Majesties of the Kingdom of the Outlands and their Excellencies of the Barony of the Citadel of the Southern Pass invite you to join us for the Kingdom of the Outlands Arts and Sciences Competition, Queen’s Prize Tournament, and Baronial Investiture. There will be a youth category for Queen’s Prize Tournament only. Judging will …

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Citadel’s new Archery event coming soon! A Hunt for Mythical Beasts

Folklore is littered with accounts of unusual beasts of all shapes and sizes.  Stories about strange beasts are told the world over. They offer excitement, a sense of wonder, and a chance to take a peek into an unusual world. A Hunt for Mythical Beasts will be a wild hunt for mythical creatures through wooded lands.  Armed with …

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Baronial Arts & Sciences Night on February 11th: Pets Throughout History

The history of pets is intertwined with the process of animal domestication, and it is likely that the dog, as the first domesticated species, was also the first pet. Perhaps the initial steps toward domestication were taken largely through the widespread human practice of making pets of captured young wild animals. Eventually, a working relationship …

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