|Michael Brock Global Organized Play Coordinator|
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It is my distinct pleasure and honor to award the last four Campaign Service Awards of my tenure. Included are two VOs and two non-VOs.
VC Chris Hays and VC Andrew Hoskins both are awarded a Campaign Service Awards for not only their awesome duties as VOs organizing and coordinating local and regional game days and conventions, but also for the tremendous talent to create memorable 3d terrain for games they run. I saw examples of both of their works at Gen Con in the last 24 hours and the added care and attention they provide to immerse players at their tables is remarkable. These dioramas and rooms and maps they build into 3d also attracts quite a bit of interest from passerbys that sometimes decide to stay and try quests and the like, thus bringing new players into the fold. If you haven't had a chance to see their amazing skills at terrain building, I encourage you to do a google search. Hopefully someone can post some links to some of these photos.
The other two awards I presented tonight are for two people who are not VOs, but that have been instrumental in making 4-5 years of Gen Cons and PaizoCons run smoothly and successfully. Both Tersha Choy and Angus Maclennan work tirelessly behind the scenes and most of the time unnoticed by the player base at large. However, they have been two of my most valuable and appreciated HQ staff at both large conventions, and without them, Gen Con and PaizoCon would not have been as awesome as it has these past few years. Both of these awesome volunteers have given up every minute of their time at Gen Con and PaizoCon the last 4-5 years to devote solely to PFS HQ to make sure all attendees have the best experience possible. I am going to miss working with both tremendously.
All four of the awesome volunteers above have taken steps to foster growth and community cohesion in their own ways. They make my job easier and I thank them for that from the bottom of my heart. They are pillars of the community and members of the community that people can look to as an outstanding PFS example.
All four have my highest respect and most sincere thank you for all of their work. Without them, PFS would not be where it is today.
Congratulations VC Chris Hays! You are now PFS number 747.
Congratulations VC Andrew Hoskins! You are now PFS number 748.
Congratulations Angus MacLennan! You are now PFS number 749.
Congratulations Tersha Choy! You are now PFS number 750.
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