Paul Eley, Boss-man and Resident Magician

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Born as the illegitimate heir to the Dragon Throne, Paul Eley was the offspring of a rare albino she-wolf and the king of all Emperor Penguins.  This curious blend has gifted him with a wolf-pack mentality of teamwork, sharing, and taste for venison, as well as the male penguins’ ability to care for youth even in extreme situations, though he does make for a rather awkward Ultimate Frisbee player.  Under the tutelage of a blind octopus magician, by the age of nine, Paul had thoroughly mastered the Dark Arts, the Light Arts, Language Arts and the Art of the Deal.  The only Art he has not mastered is any kind of actual art, but he does still enjoy giving stick figure drawings to his mom, whose already cluttered fridge is a monument to Paul’s prodigious yet really poorly done career of finger painting, doodling, collage, and sticks glued together.  These days, Paul can be found in the caldera of Fire Mountain, guarding the Crypt of Forlorn Gazelles, taking breaks only to kick it with the youth of Central Vermont, beating them at Ping-Pong and complaining loudly about Apples to Apples.  Should you be pure of heart, kind of spirit and just plain crazy enough to try to communicate with this magnificent were-beast, Paul can be reached by electronic mail at
 Paul’s preferred pronouns are he/him/his or they/them/theirs.
Roz Delaney, Super-Awesome Everything-Doer and ‘webmaster’.

As the wise ones have said, you can pick your friends and you can pick your nose. Roz Delaney was created in a laboratory as an experiment in picking your friends’ noses. The experiment was a failure, although Roz still enjoys picking blueberries, picking their battles, and picking up what you’re laying down. Roz often also enjoys picking up after teens in the Basement. The dank, moldy basement reminds Roz of home. Additionally, Roz enjoys picking out a tune on anything with strings! Their magnificent picking ability provides them with all the skills they need as a youth-focused Americorps Service Member. If you have any inquiries, feel free to reach out with your long, warty tentacles and shoot Roz and email at

Roz’s preferred pronouns are they/them/theirs.