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(RP) Calendar for the week of 15 December 2013

Discussion in 'UO Great Lakes' started by GalenKnighthawke, Dec 15, 2013.

  1. GalenKnighthawke

    GalenKnighthawke Grand Poobah
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    Politics takes center stage this week. To that end, congratulations to the winners of the Gubernatorial elections:

    • Britain --- Dot Warner
    • Jhelom --- Alista Laleyan
    • Minoc --- Tanda
    • Moonglow --- Walter Tyrell
    • New Magincia --- Miss Kitty
    • Skara Brae --- Neptune
    • Trinsic --- Ra'Dian Fl'Gith
    • Vesper --- Aornis
    • Yew --- Willa of the Yew-wood

    Monday, 16 December, at 8pm Central and 9pm Eastern, the High Council meets in Compassion Grove.

    Tuesday, 17 December, at 8pm Central and 9pm Eastern, the baby dragons who live in the Town of Yew will reveal to us something of their plans for Christmas. (I can't be the only one who is nervous about this, given the history of their plans, can I?)

    On the same day 1 hour later (at 9pm Central and 10pm Eastern), the King's Governors' Council meets.

    Thursday, 8pm Central and 9pm Eastern, the Majestic Oaks Auction will hold a seasonal celebration of some kind.

    Happy Solstice on Saturday, 21 December.

    -Galen Knighthawke
    Antiques Dealer
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