helped us several years at Stone Mountain, GA but hes
moved to WY to be near his parents (Thanks for your help, Mike. Youre
an honorable gentleman for your help to us and your parents!).
Mikes going to set up at
WY in August and may be convinced to do
another Festival in the area
may try two Games for the first time this year: The S. NH
Festival in June
www.snhscotcelt.org and the Bruswick, ME
Games in August
The picture above shows Mike Whitfield
(cofounder of the Tunnel Hill Games), Mike Cahoon
(now living in WY), and Jim Kilpatrick (Society President).
a list taken mostly from our website where we should be appearing this
year dependant on family emergencies, weather, etc.:
Celtic Heritage Festival Kilgore, TX;
Savannah Games, GA New Venue!!
Hill; Culloden Games, GA
New Date!! May 22nd;
Houston Games, TX.
Glasgow Games, KY; Blairsville Festival
New Event June 11th
GA; Texas Festival in Arlington.
Grandfather Mountain Games, NC; Pacific
Northwest Enumclaw, WA.
Triad Games Archdale, NC.
Charleston Games, SC; Ligonier Games Bethel
Park, PA; Oklahoma Games Tulsa, OK; Montgomery Games, AL.
Highlands & Islands Gulfport, MS; Flora
MacDonald Games Red Springs, NC; Stone Mountain Games, GA; Scottish
Border Games Fort Smith, AR; Richmond Games, VA.
Gathering Of The Clans
TX; Highland Games of Louisiana in Jackson.
Christmas Walk Alexandria, VA.
send any corrections and additions you may have.
Thanks to Lucy Avery of Swainsboro, GA
for sending this photo.
Its from the 1978 Savannah Games.
Adrienne Roberts, featured on the right, founded our Society
at these games in 1981. Mrs. Avery mentioned her sister
Toni Freeman passed away
January 24th at age 80. Mrs. Freeman used to join us all at
these games in years past.
The Rossdhu Souvenir Book
that used to be passed out on tours of
the manor house is back on the Web at
http://www.turningwood.fsnet.co.uk/rossdhuhouse.html. The previous
site was apparently disabled.
reactivated the Clan Colquhoun Society in
Luss and has now left the organization. He
continues to publish the Chronicle which is a scholarly publication
about Clan Colquhoun. Postage for the form below with an enclosed check
is just four First Class stamps (.37), and you can just drop the
envelope in the mailbox. No customs inspections for that size envelope