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Scottish Society of Indianapolis

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About Us

The Scottish Society of Indianapolis, Inc. is an Indiana non-profit social club
founded in 1983. The Society also sponsors the Scottish Foundation of Indianapolis, formed to
support education in Scottish arts, history, culture, and genealogy. We have members of all
ages who are genealogists, artists, historians, re-enactors, musicians, dancers, story tellers and
just those who enjoy celebrating things Scottish.

The Society & Foundation promote education about Scottish culture and
heritage through monthly meetings and a wide variety of activities that you can explore at this
web site. We keep our annual dues low so both individuals and families can enjoy our monthly
events which generally include a pitch-in dinner by the members and a fun, educational
program or entertainment.

George B. McMath Scholarship Fund
The purpose of the George B. McMath Scholarship Fund at IUPUI is to provide
support for students of Scottish art and culture, such as learning Scottish music, dance, or
language, attending educational programs to further the understanding of Scottish culture, or
participating in special projects supporting Scottish Art Culture.


Year(s) Paid:


President - Robin Jarrett

NCI Representative - Carson C. Smith
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