In this section of our website we’ll be writing, sharing and contributing stories and memories we have linking to our Scottish heritage; this may range from how we became involved with the Scots’ Society to our recent travels of Scotland to our personal experiences of being part of a thriving American-Scottish community.
If you have a story, memory or experience you would like to share please do not hesitate to get in touch with us at; firstname.lastname@example.org
April 19, 2020 will mark the 245th Anniversary of the start of the American Revolutionary War. The battles of Lexington … Continue reading Scottish Participation at the Battles of Lexington and Concord
Robert Gordon Orr, born in Perry Sound, Ontario, is widely acknowledged as one of the greatest hockey players of all … Continue reading The Scottish Origins of Bobby Orr
Gilbert Charles Stuart was a famous artist and portraitist born in North Kingstown, Rhode Island in 1755. His father was … Continue reading The Scots Charitable in American History
At the outermost tip of Cape Cod is one of the most popular summer destinations for New Englanders, Provincetown. This … Continue reading Scottish New England: Provincetown Pilgrim Monument
Gregory and Alex Patnod or collectively “The Patnod Twins” are two of the youngest members of the Scots’ Charitable Society. … Continue reading Member Spotlight: The Patnod Twins
On Thursday, June 27th 2019 the Scots’ Charitable Society welcomed three new members; Kirk Brunson, Karen Mahoney and Peggy Wynne. … Continue reading Member Spotlight: Our Three New Members