Sacramento Daughters of Scotia

The Daughters of Scotia was founded in New Haven, Connecticut, June, 1895.  It was started to bring ladies of Scottish birth, descent, or married to a Scot, together for friendship. At the present time we have thirty-four lodges across the country.  Any lady interested in information about the Daughters of Scotia may contact a member of our Lodge, KILWINNING #203


2014 Officers:

CHIEF DAUGHTER - Mary Harbison-Sindle
Mary’s phone number is 916-216-8124

RECORDING SECRETARY - Michelle Richey
Michelle’s phone number is  916-489-9616

Daughters of Scotia - National Website

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Officers for 2013-2014

Chief Daughter – Mary Harbison-Sindle
Sub Chief Daughter – Marian Porter
Past Chief Daughter – Linda Orr
Chaplain – Mary Ann Goodwin
Recording Secretary – Michelle Richey
Financial Secretary – Jessica Bach
Treasurer – Janet Pattullo
Conductor – Roxanne Cargill
Assistant Conductor – Rita Kennedy
Inside Guard – Sandy Welsh
Outside Guard – Eileen Crider
Pianist – Cathy Sapunor
Trustee for 3 Years – Barbara Tompkins
Trustee for 2 Years – Judy Holt
Trustee for 1 Year – Kay Bell
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Our members who are national officers are:

Doreen M. Dunn – Grand Chief Daughter
Barbara Tompkins – Grand Deputy
Barbara Baker – Past Grand Chief Daughter
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INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS

The installation of officers is always on the second Saturday of November.

2012 Photos - DOS Installation

BURNS AFTERNOON

Usually on the second Saturday of January.

 

 

 You are invited to a

Robert Burns Birthday Celebration

Saturday, January 11, 2014, 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Fremont Presbyterian Church, 5570 Carlson Dr, Sacramento, CA

Please join the Daughters of Scotia, Kilwinning Lodge #203, in celebrating the 255th birthday of Robert Burns,

Scotland’s favorite son.  Program includes, but not limited to..

v   The Traditional Ode to the Haggis

            v   The Immortal Memory

            v   Selected songs and poetry of Robert Burns

            v   A Toast to the Lassies and response

            v   Plus bagpipes, highland dancers, special entertainment & a sing-a-long

            v   A taste o’haggis

            v   Beverages and hors d’oeuvres will be served. 

 

Suggested donation:

            General: $7.00      Children 10 & under: free

            Bring a bit extra for the silent auction and raffle. 

          For more information, Call Sandy Welsh at (916) 486-4954 or sandy_welsh@sbcglobal.net.


2012 Photos - DOS Burns Celebration

 

 


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