2017 GATHERING OF THE AMERICAN CLAN GREGOR SOCIETY, Inc

San Antonio, TX
September 28 – 30, 2017


The second time the Gathering has been held in San Antonio, 20 years after the first.

Hosts are Randolph (Randy) and Teresa Walker.

 

OUR HONORED GUESTS

Sir Malcolm MacGregor, and Lady Fiona MacGregor

Sir Malcolm is Hereditary Chief of Clan Gregor, Chairman of the Standing Council of Scottish Chiefs, Chairman of the Scots Guards Association and professional landscape photographer.

Lady Fiona (Armstrong) was Chairman of the Clan Armstrong, is a TV journalist and Lord Lieutenant of Dumfriesshire.

Hon. Andrew M. Morrison, Viscount Dunrossil, and Mary Shell, Lady Dunrossil

Andrew is the Chairman of the Scottish Society of Armigers and

Honorary Consul for the United Kingdom in San Antonio.

John McInnis, President of the International Association of Clan McInnis

Currently John is President of the International Association of Clan McInnis, Director on the Board of COSCA.

He has occupied multiple positions in the Boy Scout Movement over 22 years and spent 16 years working for the School Boards of Arlington and the State of Texas.

 

OUR ENTERTAINERS

Members of the MacGregor Pipe Band from Washington, DC

The Scottish Society of San Antonio Highland Dancers

Ed Miller, Balladeer

A native of Edinburgh, Ed first came to the USA in the last century to do graduate work at the University of Texas and earned his PhD. He is based in Austin and travels throughout North America.

He first learned his craft in the pubs and clubs of Edinburgh duringthe folk revival of the 1960’s, and his repertoire shows the width of that movement. From old traditional ballads and the timeless songs of Robert Burns, to contemporary songs of urban change, emigration, nationalism and humor, a performance by Ed Miller gives a real taste of Scotland, and shows his continuing love for his homeland.

He also hosts “Across the Pond” on Sun Radio, a show featuring musical connections between the USA and Scotland/Ireland/England.

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