[The Arms of Steinsee] The Stronghold of
(29 Palms Marine Corps Base and area, including Joshua Tree and Yucca Valley)

[small tower] Barony of Dreiburgen

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[small tower] Events

[small tower] Meetings

[small tower] Offices

[small tower] Photos

[small tower] Branches:
Mons Draconis

(Please note that addresses for vacant offices forward to someone, either the local Seneschal or the relevant baronial officer.)

  • Seneschal: (vacant)
  • Arts & Sciences: (vacant)
  • Chatelaine (newcomers):: (vacant)
  • Chirurgeon:: (vacant)
  • Chronicler: (vacant)
  • Constable: (vacant)
  • Exchequer: (vacant)
  • Herald: (vacant)
  • Lists: (vacant)
  • Marshal: (vacant)
  • Web Minister: (vacant)

Council meetings: Council meetings are held the first Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Denny's in 29 Palms. Contact the or for details and to be sure a meeting is occuring.

Fighter practice: As needed, contact the to schedule.

Steinsee has an e-mail list at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Steinsee.

At Dreiburgen Yule 2004, Steinsee's branch designation was changed from Canton to Stronghold. Corpora defines a stronghold as an "institutional branch based at a military installation." Whereas a canton must have at least five members and at least three officers at all times, an institutional branch does not. To quote the Organizational Handbook (III.C.7):

A special type of local branch is available for use at schools or military bases, or in other situations where membership is likely to fluctuate for reasons beyond the members' control. The "territory" of such branches is defined in terms of affiliation with the institution where they are based, not in terms of physical boundaries. Institutional branches may report directly to a kingdom, but if their institution is located within the borders of a branch of any other class, they report through that branch. They differ from other local branches in that they go dormant if membership falls below five (5), rather than being disbanded.

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