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When recommending an individual for an award to the local Baron/Baroness, Prince/Princess or King/Queen, you should include the following:
 
When recommending an individual for an award to the local Baron/Baroness, Prince/Princess or King/Queen, you should include the following:
  
# Both their [[SCA name]] and [[mundane]] name.
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# Both their [[SCA name]] and [[mundane]] name. (if they are fairly new, this is a great chance to find out how they would like to be called).
 
# State why you think the person deserves recognition - it might be work, achievement or [[service]]. Try to be specific - places, times and [[event]]s help.
 
# State why you think the person deserves recognition - it might be work, achievement or [[service]]. Try to be specific - places, times and [[event]]s help.
# Suggest an appropriate [[award]].
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# Suggest an appropriate [[award]]. (If you don't know the names of the awards, please still send your recomendation)
  
  
 
[[Category:Awards]][[Category:SCA]]
 
[[Category:Awards]][[Category:SCA]]

Latest revision as of 14:37, 26 August 2005

SCA Recommendations

People in the SCA often love to get awards. People love to give awards. What people often forget is that the people handing out the awards aren't omniscient - if you think that someone is deserving of recognition, you need to let the appropriate person know.

When recommending an individual for an award to the local Baron/Baroness, Prince/Princess or King/Queen, you should include the following:

  1. Both their SCA name and mundane name. (if they are fairly new, this is a great chance to find out how they would like to be called).
  2. State why you think the person deserves recognition - it might be work, achievement or service. Try to be specific - places, times and events help.
  3. Suggest an appropriate award. (If you don't know the names of the awards, please still send your recomendation)