Two members of the Blue Star Mothers Association explain to His Royal Highness Prince Edward what their organization does on behalf of mothers whose sons/daughters are serving in the military in a war zone, as board member Phil Bradley and Greenville Scottish Games President Dee Benedict listen.
Cheryl Carr and Thom Wood pedal the Rhoades Car in the “Great Scott!” Parade Friday night in Downtown Greenville.
Greenville County Council Members Xanthene Norris, Willis Meadows, Joe Dill and Judy Gilstrap with Joel Dill son of Councilman Joe Dill ride on the float that was in the Downtown Greenville “Great Scot!” Parade on Friday night.
City of Greenville Pipes and Drums Band march in the “Great Scot!” Parade in Downtown Greenville. The band is directed by Pipemaster Bob MacCallum.
A sheep shearing demonstration was a new event this year at the Greenville Scottish Games at Furman University.
Vice President/CFO Beverly Griffin, Greenville Scottish Games President Dee Benedict, His Royal Highness Prince Edward and Chief of the Games Malcolm Ian Sinclair, The Earl of Caithness, watch the opening ceremony of the Greenville Scottish Games.
His Royal Highness The Prince Edward, Earl of Wessex, is being driven in his 2010 Rolls Royce around the athletic field at Furman University prior to the start of the Greenville Scottish Games, Saturday morning.
Gilbert Sinclair from Texas leads the Clan Sinclair group followed by Rory Sinclair, President of Clan Sinclair of Canada, and Melvin Sinclair, Jr., President of Clan Sinclair Association, Inc. (USA) in the “Great Scot!” Parade, Friday night.
The 42nd Royal Highland Regiment (Black Watch) and the North Carolina Highland Regiment (71st Highland Regiment of Fort) march in the opening ceremony of the Greenville Scottish Games on Saturday morning.
“Knights” compete in hand-to-hand combat during the Greenville Scottish Games, Saturday afternoon at Furman University.