Posts Categorized "Community"

Through the Eyes of Experts: COP 26 and Beyond

The Chicago Scots in collaboration with the National Trust for Scotland USA, Openlands and the Scottish Government USA held a virtual panel discussion on conservation, climate change and its impact on people in advance of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26)...

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Remembering Mom through the Family Tradition of Golf

For the second year in a row the Kilted Classic Leaderboard is generously sponsored by Curtis Linder, in memory of his mother Glenna Linder who lived at Caledonia Senior Living & Memory Care. Glenna Linder (nee McKillip) grew up in a golfing household in Shenstone...

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My Story to Citizenship on this Independence day

I spend a lot of time thinking and talking about my Scottish identity. On this Fourth of July, I’d like to talk about my American identity. I am a Chicago Scot. I was born and brought up in Scotland. In 2018, I became an American Citizen. My American wife,...

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Gus Noble receives 2021 National Tartan Day Award

Gus Noble, President of the Chicago Scots, received the 2021 National Tartan Day Award presented by the Scottish Coalition USA. The award was presented April 6, 2021 during the National Tartan Day Commemoration Celebration, hosted virtually by the American Scotland...

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Heroes for Heroes: A Year in Review

One year ago, Chicago Scots began a collaboration with local artist David Lee Csicsko to help support our heroes at Caledonia Senior Living & Memory Care.  Each month we have celebrated a Scottish or Scottish-American hero featuring them on apparel, mugs and other...

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