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Posted by: carynml
« on: August 09, 2016, 10:35:49 AM »

Lughnasadh 2016
So many hussahs that need to be made...
Hussah to Frank for a Herculean effort not only with set up/tear down but also with cooking and teaching Tafl.
Hussah to Dannielle and Eric for putting together the silent auction and cleaning out the library
Hussah to everyone who stepped up to the challenge of writing their parts in poetry
Hussah to Eric for his first public Ogham reading
Hussah to Sue for finding and bringing the blackberry mead...YUM!
Hussah to everyone who pitched in to help in either set up or clean up....OMGs we could not do this without you.
Hussah to the 1st 'Gathering of the Tribes'  may there be many more!

Hail the folk!!!!
Posted by: carynml
« on: May 16, 2016, 11:31:36 AM »

Huzzah to Jim for mowing the grass yesterday even though he was upset and worried about his niece.  Huzzah tot he folk for making offering for the safe return of said niece.  Huzzah to all the folk who showed for the in-person witan meeting yesterday, we had a quoram for the 1st time in forever, WooHoo!
Hail the Folk who stayed afterwards to help clean up!
Hail the folk, hail CedarLight!
Posted by: dragonfaerie
« on: May 15, 2016, 08:27:25 AM »

A general huzzah to all the folks who always step up to do the little dirty jobs that need to get done... washing stray dishes, picking up the messes at the end of an event, lighting the candles (and making sure they're out when we're ready to leave). The sorts of small jobs that are always called out when they aren't done, but are rarely noticed when things are running smoothly.

So huzzah to the house elves!  ;D
Posted by: carynml
« on: May 12, 2016, 07:47:40 PM »

Hail to John and Jess for a wonderful Greek Beltane high rite.  Even when one of his FWs didn't show, John made everything happen anyway.
Posted by: Moira_Dee
« on: March 27, 2016, 02:55:32 PM »

Hail to Eric S., John and Jess W., Fransesca, and Caryn for a fantastic Ostara Highrite!  What a powerful ritual it was. 

Fire and Ice for the win!  :giggle:
Posted by: carynml
« on: February 24, 2016, 11:25:02 AM »

Let me shout out a big GINORMOUS Hussah to our treasurer Sue.  Not only has she re-created our financial system in Quickbooks but she also purchased Quicken so that we could migrate our MS Money accounts into Quicken and then into Quickbooks.
Holy Moly Sue!   Thank You is just not enough to say

WooHoo! Hail Sue!
Posted by: Crystal
« on: January 17, 2016, 10:38:09 PM »

Thanks to all for coming for the Witan Budget meeting today, we got a lot accomplished and in a small amount of time :D  Also thank you to all the volunteers who are running high rites this year, I'll post the schedule shortly!

Additional thanks to Aurora for using vinegar glory to clean stoves, Susan W and myself for doing dishes and cleaning food, Debbie for vacuuming and helping clean up, Dannielle for helping clean up, and I'm sure others were in there too I was just running around cleaning dishes or something.

And John's coconut cake thingy was sinful.  SINFUL.  But delicious.
Posted by: carynml
« on: January 11, 2016, 02:20:35 PM »

Huzzah to Dannielle for staying late to clean up while the witan and clergy had a meeting.  Hail Dannielle!
Posted by: Stardanya
« on: January 09, 2016, 07:36:12 PM »

Huzzah to Caryn for coming to the grove day after day after day to be present for and offer hospitality to the contractors working on Apt. D.
Posted by: carynml
« on: January 03, 2016, 07:10:21 PM »

It's a new year and a new list.

Huzzah today to all the folks who made sure everything got done.  Huzzah to Will for presenting a workshop on poetry: repetition, alliteration, and rhythm.  We had fun playing with words and rhythm.