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  Priscilla Kucik  

“What Does a Scotsman Wear Under His Kilt? And More…”  What is the difference between a plaid and a tartan? Why was Mary Queen of "Scots," and not of "Scotland”? How did the Scots invent golf? Why didn't Jewish Scots want to immigrate to Israel in 1948? Take a bonnie wee romp through the history of Scotland, and get the answers to these questions and more, as the universal appeal of the Scottish people is explained by an unbiased lassie. Priscilla Kucik is a charter member and current president of the Robert Burns Club of Milwaukee, one of the first women members of the St. Andrew's Society of Milwaukee, past Wisconsin commissioner for Clan MacLeod, and speaker at the Celtic Women First Friday lectures. Her favorite color is plaid. 

 

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