From Baroness Alianor’s post on Facebook:

As always, we are incredibly proud of the showing Sacred Stone made, at the Tournament of Ymir.
Her artisans were shining examples of talent and research
Her marshaled participants were chivalrous and courteous to all.
Her populace generous and a joy to behold.
Many of the populace were recognized by their Majesties in court, and others for their participation in the days activities.
Lord Christian Thomas of York was awarded the Sea Stag
Lord Cyriac Grymsdal was awarded the Kraken
And of Course Mistress (Until she tells me what title she prefers) Bessenyei Rozsa was raised to the Order of the Pelican
Murin of Salesberie Glen won first place in her division for her Chicken Scroll
Jenna Fairhaven represented Sacred Stone fantastically as well.
Seeing our fighters on the heavy as well as rapier fields having a wonderful time….
Unfortunately, two tries to make it to the archery range, and I had not succeeded, and I apologize.
If we overlooked anyone, PLEASE let us know so we may correct our oversight and accept our deepest apologies.
Never, in any place we have attended, have we never been able to point out many and say, “They are Sacred Stone, and we are proud of them”…
We hope you all had a wonderful time, and look forward to seeing you at any number of events, both near and far…

And from a second post:

I was remiss in recognizing the wonderful A&S entries by both Lady Annora Hall ( Kathy C Murphy ) , for her ever fantastic cheese (of which she had also made some for the hospitality at Meisterin Gisela Vom Kreuzbach and Lady Catherine Ambrose’s Protege Ceremony, as well as the hospitality under the Baronial Pavilion), and Lord Ihone Munroe for his scribal entry.
Mistress Lorelei was present at the Archery Range as well.
As I stated before, the populace of Sacred Stone are shining examples wherever they go. We could not be more proud of each and every one of you.

Marc and Alianor
Baron and Baroness, Sacred Stone

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