There has always been a lively group of Triangle residents with an interest in Scottish culture. Some were primarily dancers, others pipers, drummers, fiddlers, or simply Scotophiles. A group of these people got together in 2002 and formed SCOT as a way to share these interests with each other and the wider Triangle community. Since then SCOT has sponsored numerous activities and performances, from small ceilidhs (parties) to large performances including international as well as local talent. There is an activity almost every month from whisky tastings to family barbeques, golf tournaments to Afternoon Teas.
Membership is open to anyone with an interest in Scotland or any facet of Scottish culture. Benefits of membership include “Great SCOT,” a quarterly newsletter, with an assortment of upcoming events, recipes, poems, historical information, and various related articles. Members receive discounts on SCOT activities and emails of upcoming events that may be of interest. SCOT is a 501(c)(3) organization.
If you are interested in joining, use our online registration form to pay with PayPal or check or download the printable membership form and send it in with your check. Otherwise, you may contact Donald Ross at welake87[at]gmail.com.
We offer an array of individual and 2-person memberships to choose from. Each membership option is on an annual basis with the exceptions of the Royal Troon and St Andrews levels which provide lifetime membership.
Offer a single membership and single vote at the Annual General Meeting
- Voting Membership – $25
These options offer a two memberships and two votes at the Annual General Meeting
- Family Membership – $50
- Carnoustie Club – $100
- Gleneagles Club – $250
- Royal Troon Club (lifetime) – $500
- St Andrews Club (lifetime) – $1000
To become a member, you may complete the registration form online via PayPal using your credit card or by mailing a completed form and check to our membership chairman (address listed on form).