That’s How You Do FallFest
What a FallFest! This past weekend, the entire role playing world came together for the 2020 Simming Fall Festival: a full day of lively discussions, great role playing, and interactive trivia games. It was top-notch from the opening to closing bells. A real testament to the power of our greater community. Simply put, FallFest was incredible!
I’d like to personally thank everyone who had a part in making FallFest X a success–everyone from chairs AlexM & Ken Gillis and their leadership teams at Pegasus Fleet & Independence Fleet to the event hosts to anyone who had a role behind the scenes, be it IT support, graphics design, advertising, simply inviting a friend, or something else I’m not thinking of. You guys knocked it out of the park! Finally, I’d also like to thank everyone who attended and participated. Without you bringing your energy & ideas, there would be no FallFest.
AlexM & Ken Gillis are awarded the OWCH
AlexM & Ken Gillis are hereby awarded the Ongoing Worlds Community Honor (OWCH) for service as chairs of the 2020 Simming Fall Festival. This year’s FallFest was a complete success in all areas: attendance, energy, and fun. Thanks to their superior leadership and organizational talents, two fleets and the entire community came together to create a once-in-a-lifetime event that FallFest participants will remember for years to come. They arranged a top-notch schedule and ensured a smooth second-to-none festival from start to finish. On behalf of the Ongoing Worlds Board of Advisors and role players across the web, thank you, Alex and Ken, for a job well done!
Wait, there’s more!
Amethyst is also awarded the Ongoing Worlds Community Honor (OWCH) for service in support of the 2020 Simming Fall Festival. Anyone who attended knows that Amethyst played an integral role in making FallFest X the unique success that it was. Her creative drive and organizational skills were invaluable. In addition, her efforts have significantly aided the transition of FallFest and SciWorld management to TNU Project next year. Thank you and well done, Amethyst.