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Amanda wore the (partially completed) Joan of Arc Flaming Heretic costume she's creating out to the Fringe Festival on Saturday. Our krewe captain Amy Kirk Duvoisin will wear it for the Joan of Arc parade January 6, 2015. Photos by Gary Joenz

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Melissa HessAmanda you did a great creating this unique costume! You are very talented!! Can't wait to see Amy wear it too!!!1 day ago   ·  1

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Amanda wore the (partially completed) Joan of Arc ...

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Amanda wore the (partially completed) Joan of Arc Flaming Heretic costume she's creating out to the Fringe Festival on Saturday. Our krewe captain Amy Kirk Duvoisin will wear it for the Joan of Arc parade January 6, 2015. Photos by Gary Joenz

Anita Jobson Wolfe, Jeanne Domremy and 12 others like this

Sue Brockman-ZeiglerMakes the point.2 days ago   ·  1
Melissa HessAmanda you did a great creating this unique costume! You are very talented!! Can't wait to see Amy wear it too!!!1 day ago   ·  1

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We have Kilts of Many Colours leading our parade again this year as an homage to Joan's Scottish compatriots. It would be great to hand out information on Hugh Kennedy of Ardstinchar: Joan of Arc's Scottish Captain for a future parade, or have this as an entire battalion! ... See MoreSee Less

"Battle of the Herrings" 1429 is shown in this mag...

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Hugh Kennedy of Ardstinchar: Joan of Arc's Scottish CaptainPlease do feel welcome to ask for any information. Best of wishes from Scotland!6 days ago   ·  1
Hugh Kennedy of Ardstinchar: Joan of Arc's Scottish CaptainHugh Kennedy was a Dominican priest who left his monastery c1420 to fight in France. He was captain of the Scots at Orleans, and of the Scots garrison at Lagny where Joan went in the spring of 1430. His monastery in Scotland was dedicated to St Catherine - you can see the Saint depicted on its seal in this photo. Hugh returned to the church in 1436 and died 1454, by which time he was Archdeacon of St Andrews in Scotland.6 days ago   ·  1

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MIDNIGHT TONIGHT is the deadline to apply for our student Joan of Arc contest. The winning girl rides a horse in costume, gets her wooden sword (that she keeps) blessed outside the Cathedral during the parade, and is part of many other ceremonies before and after the parade! She is one of our stars, and we look forward to offering her this once in a lifetime opportunity! If you know someone who is interested and they have NOT applied yet--I urge you to send them the information. They can email me at joanofarcparade@gmail.com with any questions or concerns. ... See MoreSee Less

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