Scotland- Airth Games- A Champion- An open culture

October 6, 2011 at 2:51 pm Leave a comment

Robin Rose with the Clan Chieftain Airth Highland Games

Back in what seems a life time ago and before I “retired” from writing, I wrote a column Highland Highlights for Dancer Magazine. There was a lot “politics” involved even in this world of an ancient culture., the bottom line were the children involved in the learning of the “Dances” of Scotland.

Airth highland Games,

to the best of my knowledge is one of the games where they welcome all of the dancers – no matter their “political dance affiliation”
When I wrote for Dancer, I donated a trophy for the “Baby” class at those games, a loving cup and I am proud the cup is still being awarded. This summer in Scotland ( and yes the skies were blue and the sun was shining) the winner of the trophy from the Jenkins Highland Dance School
is one Robin Rose Gargan

Congratulations! Robin, and her teacher Laura Jenkins…….


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