The Shire Of Border Vale Keep
The Shire of Border Vale Keep is a chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA). Our Shire is located in the Kingdom of Atlantia, encompassing the area of Augusta, Georgia. The SCA is an international, non-profit, educational organization that is dedicated to the study and re-creation of the European Middle Ages and Renaissance (roughly between 600 and 1600 AD).

The Shire conducts business meetings on the second Monday of the month at 7:00 PM (19:00 for you military types) at the Augusta Public Library ,823 Telfair St, Augusta, Georgia - (706) 821-2600. Newcomers are always welcome to join us. For further information about meetings, contact the Seneschal.

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Obligatory Legal Stuff:

This is the recognized website for the Shire of Border Vale Keep, a local chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. and is maintained by Bryan Killian (Web Minister). This site may contain electronic versions of the group's governing documents. Any discrepancies between the electronic version of any information on this site and the printed version that is available from the originating office will be decided in favor of the printed version. Now that we've made the lawyers happy, stop wasting your time reading this crud and enjoy the rest of this web site.

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In accordance with SCA internet web site policy, the display of any image, art work, and/or photograph of a recognizable individual is by permission of that individual. That permission may be withdrawn at any time. Anyone wishing to have any (or all) such images, art work and/or photographs of themselves modified, edited, or removed should contact the WEB MINISTER.

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Copyright © 2009

The copyrights of certain portions of this web site are retained by the original contributors. For information on using photographs, articles, or art work from this web site, please contact the Web Minister. He will assist you in contacting the original creator of the copyrighted material. Please respect the legal rights of our contributors.