The Saint Andrew's Society of Pittsburgh is a 501(c)(3) organization established in 1990 to preserve and promote Scottish heritage and traditions in the Greater Pittsburgh Area through educational, philanthropic, and social endeavors.
Contact Paul Thompson pthompson@TQconsultants.com 724 468-5800.
4530 William Penn Highway, PMB 115, Murrysville PA 15668-2000
St. Andrew's Society News
Tartan Day Celebration - was a great success!
Mark next year's date - April 11th - a week late because of Easter
Scholarships - Applications being accepted
Gaelic language courses Gaelic College on Skye offers
distance learning courses via the Internet.
Membership is open to those who trace their lineage back to Scotland, and to those who have an interest in the heritage and traditions of Scotland. Visit our Membership page to learn more.
The society provides scholarships to assist people who are studying the Scottish arts and who live in the Greater Pittsburgh and surrounding area. This year, scholarships were given to the following young artists. Visit our Scholarship page to learn more.
2013 Scholarship Winners:
Jenna Colagiovanni (Harp)
Alyssa Crownover (Harp)
Sarah Hetzler (Harp)
Ean Eshelman (Bagpipes)
Andrew Hoffman (Highland Dance)
Sarah Hoffman (Highland Dance)
Nick Hudson (Bagpipes)
Madelyn Koontz (Harp)
Kayla Lutz (Harp)
Lacey Mahler (Bagpipes)
Brittany Maniet (Highland Dance)
Georgia Messner (Highland Dance)
Caitlin Painter (Harp)
Paul-Luc Parks (Bagpipes)
Gwenore Pokrifka (Highland Dance)
Jacalyn Ona Sharp (Bagpipes)
Samantha Schultz (Harp)
Bethany Van Bibber (Harp)