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


2020-21 Officers

CHIEF DAUGHTER - Debbie McAllister

916-952-7971

Daughters of Scotia - National Website

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Officers for 2019-20

Chief Daughter - Debbie McAllister
Sub Chief Daughter - Robyn McBurney
Past Chief Daughter - Susan Wilson
Grand Deputy - Kay Bell
Chaplain - Carol Yip
Recording Secretary - Doreen Dunn
Financial Secretary - Marian Porter
Treasurer - Michelle Richey
Conductor - Sheri Fraser
Assistant Conductor - Brandy Guadagnino
Inside Guard - Kathleen Montgomery
Outside Guard - Jules Young
Pianist - Cathy Sapunor
Trustee for 1 Year - Mary Ann Goodwin
Trustee for 2 Year - Lea Palmer
Trustee for 3 Year - Sandy Welsh
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Our members who are national officers are:

Doreen M. Dunn - Past Grand Chief Daughter
Sandy Welsh - Grand Deputy
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INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS

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

BURNS AFTERNOON

Saturday, January 28, 2023 (Usually on the second Saturday of January.)

Please join the Daughters of Scotia for their 87th celebration of Robert Burns on his 264th Birthday.
Special guest performer, Scottish singer, Peter Daldry
Bethany Presbyterian Church
5624 24th St., Sacramento
Saturday, January 28, 2023
1-4 pm (doors open at 12:30 pm)
The program includes the Traditional Address to the Haggis, Immortal Memory, Burns Trivia, Selected Burns songs and poetry, a toast to the lassies, and a response Bagpiper, Opportunity Drawing
Refreshments: sandwiches, assorted cookies, sweets, shortbread, coffee, tea, and A Taste of Haggis
Suggested Donation: $15 | Children 10 & under free
Bring a few extra dollars for the opportunity drawing.
For information call or txt 530.701.9263 or 408.202.0189 or email sandy_welsh@sbcglobal.net
Or just show up


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