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Carpenter Open Bells

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  • Carpenter Open Bells

    I will hold a weekly Carpenter Open Bell at 9 Late Bells on Moon's Days in the Outer Bailey Carpentry Shops. Those with questions, looking to place an order, or carpentry students are encouraged to attend.

    Orders may also be placed by signed and dated missive.

    By my hand,
    Tristan O'Breslin
    Last edited by O'Breslin; 09-14-2020, 04:05 AM. Reason: Note, bells moved from Woden's Days to Moon's Days as of 14th Day of the 9th Moon, 21YRA

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    Carpentry bells are canceled this week and will resume per usual next week.

    In service,
    Tristan O'Breslin

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    • #3
      Carpenter bell is happening at nine late tonight to discuss and accept orders.
      Paulo Ayamo
      Probationary Carpentry Student

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      • #4
        This is now, though only orders will be accepted unless the Lead Apprentice shows with keys.

        In service,
        Tristan O'Breslin

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        • #5
          Originally posted by O'Breslin View Post
          I will hold a weekly Carpenter Open Bell at 9 Late Bells on Moon's Days in the Outer Bailey Carpentry Shops. Those with questions, looking to place an order, or carpentry students are encouraged to attend.
          These have been moved to Moon's Days and will take place tonight. Ser Colby will still be holding his usual bells on Woden's and Frey's.

          By my hand,
          Tristan O'Breslin

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