What is SASC?
The St. Andrew Society of Colorado began in Denver in 1963. The Society exists to provide all persons with an interest in Scotland the opportunity to pursue their interest in Scottish culture, traditions, and history. The Society is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
The St. Andrew Society of Colorado (SASC) supports the Scottish heritage throughout Colorado. SASC has given scholarships to highland dancers, bagpipers and drummers to attend workshops and competitions throughout the U.S. and abroad. SASC also supports and supplies funds for other groups that support the Scottish heritage in Colorado.
Chieftain: Timm Herrod
Vice Chieftain: Heather Cronkhite
Treasurer: Jean Hess
Secretary: Janet Carroll
Member-at-Large #1: Charles Sherwood
Member-at-Large #2: Ian Hughes
Member-at-Large #3: TBD
St. Andrew Society of Colorado
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