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  SASKATCHEWAN PIPE BAND ASSOCIATION

Bands

The Green Braes Pipe Band

 
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Green Braes in 1974

l to r Back Row
Heather Allen,? Mackay, Bruce Goett, Jamie Johnson, Derek Rogers, ?
Mackay, David Menzies, Mike Mackay, Christine Johnson. One of the Mackay's
is Karen and I don't know the first name of the other one.
Front Row-
Tracy Horner, Heather Scott, Kelly McGregor, Hugh Rogers, Craig Menzies,
Ian Rogers, Donald Murchie, Heather Menzies, Jackie Warren.

[Photo courtesy of L. Menzies]


 
SCM GreenBraes MCF435 
 
SCM GreenBraes MCF628
 
SCM GreenBraes MCF942
 
SCM GreenBraes MCF943
 
SCM GreenBraes MCF944
 

Regina Police Service Pipes and Drums

The Regina Police Service Pipes & Drums was formed in 1985 and initially instructed by George Crawford and Howard Chamberlain. Initially, the band was made up of police members only, all the new players having learned from scratch. Over time, more experienced pipers and drummer joined from the community, and currently, the band is comprised of mostly civilian members.

We need photos and more history here.

 
 
 
 
 

St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Boy's Pipe Band

[Information coming]

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St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Boy's Pipe Band, with kilts, bagpipes, drums, standing on church steps. Back row centre is Tom Hogg. Middle row left to right: Archie Macmillan, Billy Montgomery, Muriel Boyle.

Date: [ca. 1940].

 

Source: Local History Room, Saskatoon Public Library

 

Yorkton & District Pipe Band

The Yorkton & District Pipe Band was established in 1978 and performs at community functions in the Yorkton District.
The community of Saltcoats, near Yorkton, was aprimarly Scottish settlement, and during the 1970s and 1980s the band organized an annual Highland games at Saltcoats.

Does anyone want to contribute a history of rhe band/s in Yorkton, along with some photos?