Annual meeting is May 18th

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Annual Meeting – May 18 @6:15pm
The second event is the Society’s annual meeting where we will be electing officers and the board of directors for the coming year. As we have for many years we will be holding this meeting and potluck dinner at Camp Hill Presbyterian Church.  There will also be entertainment to conclude the evening.  Please arrive earlier than 6:15 as this will be the time to meet with friends before the start of formal activities.
 

For the potluck dinner for anyone who can bring a dish to share, the suggestion is to bring something in the following categories based upon the first letter of your last name.

  • A-H    Casseroles or other sides
  •  I-Q     Desserts
  • R-Z     Salads and vegetable sides
Date:      Wednesday, May 18
Time:      Dinner will start at 6:15 with the business part of the meeting to follow
Entertainment:  Charlie Best will present a program on his pilgrimage to Iona after the business portion of the evening
Location: Camp Hill Presbyterian Church  101 N. 23rd Street, Camp Hill, PA 17011
 

 

OBJECTIVES OF THE SOCIETY

 

To promote an interest in the history, culture, and traditions of Scotland and Scottish Americans in Central Pennsylvania

To develop and strengthen the bonds of friendship and good fellowship through entertainment and social gatherings

To keep members informed of Scottish related events and activities occurring regionally and nationally.

And to preserve fond memories of Auld Lang Syne.

Scottish Society of Central Pennsylvania

 

Officers and Board of Directors

President: Ken Millage
Vice-President: John Goodrich
Secretary: Jennifer Gardner
Treasurer: David Smith, DC
Immediate Past President: Charlene Kemp

Piper: William Gable

Directors:
Fred Hait, Bucky Nelson
Kathleen White, Heather Zeigler

Given by individuals and families to honor their Scottish heritage

These banners are displayed at various Society and public occasions