It has come to the attention of the Board of Directors of SCA Ltd (Australia), that there is still a lot of debate around what an “event” actually is. Event is a word that is commonly used within the SCA … Continue reading
Greetings from the SCA Ltd Board. Apologies for the length of this missive, but the details are important. Although it has only been little over a month since Rowany Festival, there have been some changes to the Board that we … Continue reading
This week at Rowany festival, we will hold our AGM at 9am Friday in the Great Hall. We hope to see as many of you there as possible. As well as our AGM, we welcome you to meet us in … Continue reading
It’s been a busy month or two for the Board of SCA Ltd. We’ve welcomed a new board member Donna Page (Gabriella Borromei) from Queensland and Sandra Watkins (Sláine inghean Uí Ruadháin). In sadder news, our very hardworking treasurer Margaret … Continue reading
The January meeting of the board of SCA Ltd will be held on the second Monday of the month to avoid clashes with the holiday season.
Dear SCA Ltd Members, We wish to write to you about a number of changes related to our corporate newsletter “Pegasus”, which is also the newsletter of the Kingdom of Lochac. We regret having to change matters, but the economics … Continue reading
The Board of SCA Ltd have adopted an Assets Policy which can be found with our other Policy Documents. Any questions regarding this policy or any other policy can be directed to the Secretary. Laurence Cooke SCA Ltd. Secretary. … Continue reading
The Board of SCA Ltd resolved at its June meeting to allow members of affiliated SCA organisations, including SCA Inc (US) and SCANZ, to apply for complimentary memberships in SCA Ltd if they plan to reside in Australia for more … Continue reading
Due to heavy workload, the board of SCA Ltd is going to increase it’s meeting schedule over the next 2 months from 4 weekly to 3 weekly.
SCA Ltd is again seeking nominations for board members.SCA Ltd is the administrative body that directs and oversees the “out-of-game” activities of the SCA in Australia. This includes (but is not limited to) managing the Society as a not-for-profit company, … Continue reading