Sacramento Daughters of Scotia


Kilwinning Lodge 203


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

2015 Officers

CHIEF DAUGHTER - Marian Porter
Marian’s phone number is 916-487-9862

Michelle’s phone number is  916-489-9616


Daughters of Scotia - National Website


Officers for 2014-2015


            Chief Daughter - Marian Porter

            Sub Chief Daughter - Mary Ann Goodwin

            Past Chief Daughter - Mary Harbison-Sindle

            Chaplain - Jessica Bach

            Recording Secretary - Michelle Richey

            Financial Secretary - Eileen Crider

            Treasurer - Roxanne Cargill

            Conductor - Sandy Welsh

            Assistant Conductor - Diane Pilon

            Inside Guard - Kate Harper

            Outside Guard - Jessica Ewing

            Pianist  - Cathy Sapunor

            Trustee for 3 yr. - Linda Orr

            Trustee for 2 yr. - Barbara Tompkins

            Trustee for 1 yr. - Lea Palmer

Our members who are national officers are:

Doreen M. Dunn – Grand Chief Daughter
Kay Bell  – Grand Deputy


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

2012 Photos - DOS Installation


Usually on the second Saturday of January.



 You are invited to a

Robert Burns Birthday Celebration

Saturday, January 10, 2015, 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Fremont Presbyterian Church, 5770 Carlson Dr., Sacramento

Please join the Daughters of Scotia, Kilwinning Lodge #203, in celebrating the 256th 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: $10.00      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

2012 Photos - DOS Burns Celebration



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