Saint Paul's Anglican Church
On Saturday, February 8th, 2020, Clan Logan participated in a Burns dinner in Greenfield park, on the south shore of Montreal hosted by Saint Paul's Anglican Church and The Black Watch Association Pipes and Drums. This new event got much attention from our members as many wanted to attend right up to the last minute. At this Burns night, many people living in the area came, some very unfamiliar with Scottish traditions. The purpose of the evening was to reach out to various communities and build bridges. Get the Scottish community involved with different groups of people.
We were a total of five people who represented Clan Logan. I came with Laurent our Vice-President.
We brought our Logan banner and the Burns Grace wall plaque that belonged to my mother Margaret Logan to celebrate. Isabelle Laflamme, our clanswoman came to spend the evening with us. It was also a time for family as my very own niece Lynn came with Benoit her boyfriend. We all had a cocktail to start off the night as we mingled with various attendees. There were various tables named after clan societies and organizations.
We had our very own Logan table for our members. The selkirk grace was given as well as an address to a Haggis. We all toasted the immortal memory, the lads and lassies. There was an especially moving moment where the speaker Brian MacKenzie presents the tables and Clan Logan got an ovation from the crowd in attendance. We had a very strong feeling of Clan acknowledgement and support from our Scottish community throughout the event. people are really starting to see that Clan Logan is here and they also notice the various contributions we have been making. We were honoured to attend this event and look forward to next year as we believe to really fill up the Logan table next time!!
Sherry Duplessis, Member of the veteran’s Association, offers her best wishes.
Many members attended, including your Commissioner, Steven Logan.
Behold, The Black Watch Association Pipes and Drums !
Brian MacKenzie welcomes guests.
Clan Logan had its very own table!
Clan Logan was very well represented at this event.
Clan Logan was represented, from left to right by:
Benoit Leblanc, Lynn Caron(Steven Logan's niece), Laurent Audar Vice-President, Steven Logan and Isabelle Laflamme.
The Clan Logan Society of Canada is based in Verdun, Quebec. It was founded by Steven Logan, Clan Logan Commissioner in 2016. We want to reunite all the Logans across the country and also find our Scottish Clan Chief.
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