Our next major events in the calendar are the May Concert on Saturday the 12th May at the Doubletree Hilton and the 5th Kuala Lumpur Highland Games on Sunday the 13th May at the Kuala Lumpur Equestrian and Country Resort. Both events promise to be great fun with a return of ‘Big Vern ‘n’ the Shootahs’ for the May Concert.
We are expecting no less than 11 pipe bands for the Highland Games and of course the Heavies will be coming back from Scotland to ‘putt the stane’ ‘throw the hammer’ and ‘toss the caber’. The Tug O’ War competition will be on, as will the 10’s Rugby Competition. The day promises to be very entertaining, last year we had over 8,000 people through the gates, so do come along and help us make this unique cultural event even more successful this year.
127th Chieftain of the Selangor St Andrew’s Society
Beannachdan agus Fàilte! My personal ‘Thanks’ to the KLHG Committee for working so very hard, to make the whole weekend a success. Our Friday Night Concert prior to the Games (Big Vern & The Shootas all the way from Glasgow) …
Once again the Inter-Societies Golf Championship Trophy is residing comfortably north of Hadrian’s Wall. Congratulations to the winning team and to the Organising Sub-committee for all their hard work to pull the event together.
Beannachdan agus Fàilte! Greetings and Welcome from your new Chieftain for the 2017/18 Session. To our outgoing Chieftain, Ali King, our sincere thanks for your time and dedication over the last twelve months and we hope you enjoyed your year …
The end of my tenure as Chieftain is fast approaching, and as I make arrangements to hand over to a new Chieftain who will be elected at the forthcoming AGM, I look back on the year with great fondness.
We are heading very quickly towards the end of 2016 and I am wondering where the year has gone. It has passed so quickly. They do say that happens, the older you get!
Looking at modern communications and the way that television pictures can be transmitted almost instantaneously anywhere in the world, it is worth remembering that the man who invented television was John Logie Baird who was born in Helensburgh in 1880. …
The Long Awaited St. Andrew’s Ball (By ISKL Scottish Dancers) All in a tither Hither and thither Girls skipping along In the middle of the throng Giggling and chatting Turning and twirling In plaid and in stripes Skipping and turning …
Well, that is the summer holidays over for another year! Let me start by welcoming back all our members who have been on vacation during the past couple of months. Hopefully you are well rested and looking forward to getting …