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March for Our Lives in Edinburgh

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On Saturday, March 24, several of our members attended the March for our Lives demonstration in support of tighter gun control in the USA.  We felt honoured to be able to support our young Americans in asking for a safe environment in which to live.

Our purpose
is to promote intellectual, social and charitable contacts by and for Americans and their families living in Central Scotland. Did you know that there are over 20,000 North Americans living in the UK today? For over 35 years, AWCCS has provided contacts for people from or associated with North America in the Central Scotland region. Visit our site and find out more about our aims and activities. Please see our movie trailer under "join us" for a quick preview of who we are..

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The origins of the AWCCS
go back to the early 1970s, when the wives of employees at Santa Fe, a supply company for the off-shore oil industry, began to hold informal lunchtime gatherings. Read More "History of the Club"

If you are a U.S. and/or Canadian citizen or a wife/partner and/or daughter of a U.S. or Canadian citizen, living in Scotland, you are invited to join our club as an Active Member. An Associate membership is offered to any woman residing in Central Scotland who has an affiliation with the U.S. or Canada. Please check out The Membership Menu for details on becoming a member. Please see our movie trailer for a quick preview of who we are. Please click on the title to see more.

American Women of Aberdeen

aberdeen thumbOur Sister Club, also a member of FAWCO, serves the area around Aberdeen, Scotland. They offer a welcoming environment and help to newcomers transitioning to Scotland.  Site Here.

 

 

Member Articles

  • Global Festival of Ideas for Sustainable Development
  • Education for Global Citizenship
  • AWCCS Meets Scottish Colourists
  • When The Path to A Good Education Is Too Rugged

Global Festival of Ideas For Sustainable Development

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The 66th UN DPI / NGO Conference

 

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scottish colouristsArtist and art tutor Susan Forsyth gives an up close and personal introduction to the Scottish Colourists at Kirkcaldy Art Gallery at our February visit. AWCCS members and friends were (almost all) inspired to pick up paintbrushes!

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When The Path to A Good Education Is Too Rugged; It Needs to Be Paved.

by Tara Scott

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