GREETINGS FROM THE PRESIDENT
We’re into December and we are heading for some Holiday Fun. Our Christmas Pot Luck on December 12th promises to be a memorable night. $5.00 at the door. Tasty food and good company. Then we are on to Hogmanay. We will have Norm Campbell as our entertainment for that night. $10.00 at the door.
With the New Year on the way, let us hope for a much better future in 2018. Unfortunately, our St. Andrew’s Dinner had to be cancelled due to lack of ticket sales.
The Robert Burns Dinner is on January 20th. I will let you all know when tickets are available. The cost is $30.00. We’ll have delicious Haggis and all the other fine foods that Marguerite’s Catering provides.
Our Northern friends have arrived and helped fill our hall at the December Tartan Night. Great music and wonderful friends made for a night to remember. For those of you who are no longer able to join us in person, please know that you are always with us in memories.
Our Annual Christmas Food Drive has begun. Please bring in whatever you can share with those who have less. The Dunedin Cares Pantry was hit hard by Hurricane Irma and needs to be replenished. Many residents in Dunedin lost power and as a result had no food. The Pantry gave until the shelves were empty.
Please give thanks to all our Board Members who have worked and will continue to work toward preserving the Scottish American Society of Dunedin.
Remember—Honoring our Past is Preserving our Future. Warmly, Diane
Diane Burke – SAS President