Shire Officers


The  Seneschal is the facilitator of SCA policy and procedure, (like a club's president).

Lord Balthasar Fuller
mka Zane Fuller



 Hospitaller? Chatelain/Chatelaine? Castellan?  Regardless of the title this office has one main purpose: Welcoming newcomers to the Current Middle Ages. The specific title is not important; the scope of the office is.
While each kingdom defines the duties slightly differently, it is primarily the office designated to coordinate the education and orientation of new members. There are three distinct areas that generally fall to the Hospitaller: Recruiting new members (usually through “demos”), talking to newcomers (educating in SCA customs) and lending clothing (“garb”).

Paula is responsible for  providing SCA introductory information to all new members,

Minister Hospitaller
Grisselda Farley
mka Paula Lewis


Minister of Arts and Sciences

The Minister of Arts and Sciences is responsible for fostering the study of period culture and technology, and methods for producing historically accurate artifacts and performances, including feasts, music and dance!

Duties include  promoting the dissemination of accurate information about the fields under study.

Lady Beatrix will  help new members learn to make garb suitable for their "persona."

Minister of Arts and Sciences
Lady Enise, Daughter of Oghuz
mka Jo-Ann Lambert



The Herald  is is responsible for coordinating all heraldry in the Shire. The Herald attends events sponsored by the Shire and coordinates field and court heraldry at the events, or arranges for this to be done.
Lady Beatrix assists individuals with heraldic submissions and maintains files of reports and correspondence.

Minister Herald
Lady Beatrix de Tulp van der Weyden
mka Beate Hunton



The Exchequer reports to the Kingdom Treasurer, and is in charge of all financial activities for the Shire.

Minister Exchequer
Lady Raven Dudley
mka Melissa Homan

Deputy Minister Exchequer
Marissa of Tri Os


The Webminister is the person who is responsible for an SCA kingdom or Shire website. The Webminister links to sites that relate to the SCA and/or web sites whose focus is the history in the time frame that the SCA recreates, which is the European medieval ages (roughly 600AD to 1600AD).

The Webminister  is also in charge of all official electronic publications for the Shire

Lady Azra bint Seljuk
mka Cathi Ferrara-Costa



Combat Marshall

The Combat Marshal is responsible for overseeing combat activities in the Shire to insure safety.
Historical combat classes and demonstrations belong under the  Marshal's Office to allow for the teaching and demonstration of historical martial arts.

Lord Balthasar  has been a  Combat Marshal for Trimaris and  is a 20 yr fighter squired to Duke Talymar.

Combat Marshal
Lord Balthasar

mka William Turpen

Deputy Combat Marshal
Phillip of Tri Os


  Lord Balthasar welcomes all new members and beginner Combatants!


Chroniclers are responsible for producing newsletters which keep S.C.A. members informed about events and activities within the area that the newsletter services and which educate readers about aspects of the Middle Ages. All chroniclers shall endeavor to produce a newsletter that reflects the dignity of the group they represent.

The Chronicler is also responsible for ensuring that local events calendars are kept up to date and any event information that needs to be published is delivered to the Kingdom Chronicler in a timely fashion

Lady Ceridwen verch Caradog
mka Carolyn Haykin



In the SCA, the Quartermaster is a Deputy to the Exchequer.

The Quartermaster is responsible for physical assets, taking charge of the items in storage, including inventorying them, overseeing repairs, and arranging the check-in and out for use by members of the populace.

Phillip of Tri Os
mka Phillip Corsi


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