What follows are the various documents pertaining to the Barony, its officers and its management.
- 1 Monthly Reports
- 2 For New Officers
- 3 Governing Policy
- 4 Help! with Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or writing for WordPress
Other Forms for Officers
Reimbursement or Advance Form (pdf), also known as a “check request” or “cheque request” form. Submit this form to the Exchequer to obtain a reimbursement or advance. You will find other useful Exchequer forms at the An Tir Chancellor of the Exchequer website.
Acknowledgement of Donation & Receipt (pdf). Fill out this form to officially acknowledge and record a donation to the Barony, such as if a vendor, merchant, or individual member of the populace makes a donation.
For New Officers
Here is a brief introduction to the officers and deputies: what does every officer do, exactly? (link to article)
Change of Officer form
Officer Email Account Exchange
During an officer change, the incoming and previous officer can work together to exchange the officer email account. Here are some instructions to help smooth the process. Following these steps can save a lot of time and you won’t need to get the Kingdom IT team or the baronial Webminister involved.
All officers of the Barony have been allocated Office 365 accounts by the Kingdom. If you are an officer and have not yet set up your account, visit the Office 365 Instructions page for assistance.
Dragon’s Laire Customary
This document outlines the customary ways in which Dragon’s Laire is run. Once approved, the most recent draft will supersede the previously approved customary, dated May 2011.
Dragon’s Laire Financial Policy & Budget
This document explains how the Exchequerate should operate.
Social Media Policy
Dragon’s Laire follows the Social Media Policy for An Tir and the SCA, available here, on the SCA website.
Help! with Zoom, Microsoft Teams, or writing for WordPress
Here are some guidelines to help you get started using Zoom meetings and also for moderating Zoom meetings. We also have some suggestions for online etiquette, to help your meeting or class run more smoothly.
Using Microsoft Teams instead? Here is a helpful guide.