Reporting herald: Lord Kazimierz.
The following is the Baronial Court Report from the afternoon court at Falling Leaves in Exile held in the Barony of Carolingia on September 17, 2016. Baron Colin Ursell and Baroness Nicolette Bonhomme presided.
The children who participated in the footrace were thanked for participating.
The winner of the ladies’ foot race, Lady Matilda and the second runner up, The Honorable Lady Lorita DeSiena, were called into court. Lady Matilda was informed that it was her responsibility to host the next foot race in a year’s time.
Lady Aaradyn Ghyoot and Lord Guiemer d’Anglade were inducted into The Order of the Moon.
Her Excellency Countess Svava Thorgeirsdottir was inducted into The Order of the Day Star.
Lord Scrooby was inducted into The Order of Perseus.
Master Karl Meerstappa was thanked him for running the Heavy List tournament.
The new Heavy List Champion, Master Avaldr Valbarnarson, was announced and called into court.
The current Fencing Champion, Don Lupold Jass, was thanked for running the Fencing tournament and congratulated on recently becoming an OGRE.
The new Fencing Champion, Lady Millicent Rowan, was announced and called into court.
The current A&S Champion, The Honorable Lady Lady Raziya Bint Rusa, was thanked her for running the A&S tournament. The new Champions, The Honorable Lady Eadaoin Chruitire for Arts and Morwenna O Hurlihie, for Science were announced.
The Equestrian, Thrown Weapons, and Archery participants were thanked for being involved with the event.
The Dance Mistress Countess Mara, the quire, the musicians, and the dancers were thanked for being involved with the event.
Representatives of the Quintavia Shire, Pomestnik Andreiko Eferiev and Lady Rosina Von Schaffhousen, were thanked them for coming and Their Excellencies offered Carolingia’s protection to their Shire from their neighbors.
Autocrat Don Thomas of Effingham invited event staff to stand and thanked them for their hard work. He talked about the success of the day and encouraged everyone to help with cleanup.
Anyone who this was either their first, second, or third event ever were thanked them for their participation in the SCA.
The Herald announced the success of selling items from Gold Key and that the money would be donated to the Royal Travel Fund.