rfrisch1 wrote:I am the Stake Building Coordinator.
That sounds like a local title -- it doesn't correspond to any actual role in the Calendar system. What specific roles do you have in the Calendar system? In particular, are you:
- A building scheduler (meaning that you have been designated by a stake calendar administrator in the Calendar as a Building Scheduler for the location in question)
- A stake calendar administrator
- A stake calendar editor for one or more stake calendars
- Some combination of the above
rfrisch1 wrote:I can set up stake activities. I can not schedule ward activities.
When you say "set up" I assume you mean that you can create events on one or more stake calendars.
rfrisch1 wrote:I have been asked to schedule a wedding on the same night there is a pack meeting set up. The wedding has priority over the pack meeting, but I can not schedule the wedding event because the pack meeting is already there.
The wedding may have priority, but as long as the pack meeting event is there, it has booked the location/rooms for that date and time, and so you can't create the wedding event until something has been done with the pack meeting.
rfrisch1 wrote:What is the proper action for me to take? Do I need to call the primary president in the ward that scheduled the pack meeting and ask her to take the event off of the calendar, so I can then schedule the wedding?
You certainly need to make sure that the Primary president knows that her pack meeting event is getting preempted. I hope she has plenty of time to make other arrangements.
Someone needs to delete the event; you could ask her to do that, or (depending on your roles) you could do it yourself.
rfrisch1 wrote:I have called the Primary president, but she has not called me back. If she does not call me back, is there anything else I can do to change the calendar?
If you are a building scheduler, then you do have the power to delete the event (or to change it to no longer use the location/rooms that are being overridden). Of course, that's a drastic step, and you'd need to make sure that the Primary president is aware of what you are doing. But it can be done.
If you are not a building scheduler, then there's nothing you can do to delete or adjust that conflicting ward event. That can only be done by a building scheduler, or a ward calendar administrator, or a ward calendar editor with editing rights for the calendar containing the event. If you can't reach the Primary president, you could try to reach that ward's clerk or executive secretary or a bishopric member, all of whom are default calendar administrators and thus would have the ability to delete the event.