History

PAVILION OF SCOTLAND AMBASSADORS

(1990-Present, prior to 1990 they were called Mayor, Queen & Prince/Princess)

Year

Adult Ambassador

Adult Ambassador

Youth Ambassador

Youth Ambassador

2019

Christ Langtry

Sandie Van Helvert

Gwynn Carey

Chloe Mathers

2018

Dave Carey

Alana Greene

Connor McIntosh

Jean Thomson

2017

Dave Carey

Kim Dueck

Emily McIntosh

Chloe Mathers

2016

Jim Court

Gwen Court

Meghan Rempel

Sara-Jane Anderson-Krezanski

2015

Mike Jones

Bailey Carey

Karin Holmberg

Aislyne Stewart

2014

Mike Jones

Veronica Domke

Stephanie Fennell

Alexis Baros-Novak

2013

Chuck Collins

Heather Oliphant (Perlov)

Kyra Allan

Ceilidh Simon

2012

Gordon Fardoe

Susan (Bateman) Fardoe

Connor Simpson

Kelsey Holmberg

2011

Colin Harris

Vicki Cutts

Sarah Campbell

Caitlan Spellman

2010

Chris Langtry

Tamara (Siemens) Towse

Alanna Dawson

Jessica Oliphant

2009

Jay Stewart

Cassandra (MacKenzie) Stewart

Daniel Tingskou

Gwen Richer

2008

Craig Oliphant

Ashley Sharpe

Stacie Nixon

Jenna McDonald

2007

Brian Cutts

Val Cutts

Matthew

Van Helvert

Emma Domke

2006

Jim Carrigan

Tamara Siemens (Towse)

Mitchelle Cook

Shannon Delbigio

2005

Judith Roe

Keri Coutts (Kowbel)

Cody Bateman

Nicole Kirby

2004

Alex James

Lori Siemens

Daniel Rea

Kristen Coutts

2003

Rick Walker

Breanne Reinfort

Daniel Rea

Cheryl Walker

2002

Ed Court

Elfrieda McLean

Deanna Nixon

Jillian Ferguson

2001

Iain Burns

Gwen Court

Vanessa Cardinal

Colleen Fardoe

2000

Gord McBean

Janice McBean

Cameron McMahon

Regan Robertson

1999

Roy Halstead

Val Cutts

Ian McLeod

Morgan McDonald

1998

Brock Adams

Nancy Gates

Ross McMahon

Beth McCallum

1997

Ian McMahon

Lindsey McLean (Lorteau)

Kyle Bisset

Heather Forgie

1996

Ian McMahon

Jess Reid

Ross McMahon

Jenn McClarty

1995

Larry Rea

Jess Reid

Matthew Hawley

Lorraine Court (McLean)

1994

Larry Rea

Jess Reid

Matthew Hawley

Victoria Cutts

1993

Barry McPherson

Fiona Heron (Olsen)

Alan Gates

Carrie Court (Osabutey)

1992

Barry McPherson

Pam Robson

Alan Gates

Heather Kury

1991

Peter Buchan

Anne Henry

James Watchman

Amber Cutts (Johnstone)

1990

Les Lobban

Cathy Rippin-Sisler

Paul Thomson

Lisa Moffat

Year

Mayor

Queen

Prince/Princess

Prince/Princess

1989

Iain Burns

Pamela Doherty

Brian Thomson

Trcia Sale

1988

Bill Milne

Kathy Rea (Ramesar)

Frazer Ramsay

Sacha Steel

1987

Doug Brett

Wendy Blues (Nicolson)

Pamela Doherty?

Heather Purvis (Weins)

1986

Alex Ramsay

Kathy Hopper

Wendy Blues (Nicolson)

Kim Lachance

1985

Norma Bucan

Heather Doherty

Pam Robson ?

Morag Davison (Livingstone)

1985

Year of Youth (choir)

Frazer Ramsay

PJ Buchan

Tim Hawks

1984

Norma Buchan

Elaine Adams

Vicki Cutts

Susan Bateman (Fardoe)

1983

Gord Coutts

Jennifer White

 

 

1982

Gord Coutts

Sheila Drysdale

Jennifer White

 

1981

Dave Purvis

Elaine Adams

Linda Davidson (Turner)

 

1980

Dave Purvis

Pam Bidwell

Judith Milne

 

1979

Doug Will

Patti Ferguson

Anne Gilkinson (Nyhof)

 

1978

Doug Will

Shawn McGregor (Bunting)

Tammy Styles

Ann Sutton ?

1977

Doug Will

Carol Pattison

Anne Gilkinson (Nyhof)

M’Liss Gibbon (Bunting)

1976

Doug Will

Carol Pattison

 

 

1975

Doug Will

Carol Pattison

 

 

PAVILION COORDINATORS

2019

Bart Omand & Dave Carey (Co-Coordinators)

2018

Bart Omand

2016-2017

Katherine Payment

2014-2015

Wayne Mault

2013

Jay Stewart

2010-2012

Wayne Mault

2009

Iain Burns

2007-2008

Denis Lorteau

2006

Larry Rea

2004-2005

Gordon McBean

2001-2003

Jim Court

1997-2000

Iain Burns

1996

Larry Rea

1995

Iain Burns

1994

Roy Halstead

1993

Larry Rea

1992

Iain Burns

1990-1991

Larry Rea

1989

Peter Buchan

1988

Iain Burns

1986-1987

Norma Buchan

1984-1985

Milo Sheppard

1973-1983

Ena Sutton

(Previous coordinator of UK’s Mug Pub

 Members of the Pavilion of Scotland that have served as Ambassador General:

Ashley Sharpe – 2008, Ed Court – 2002, Gord McBean – 2000, 

Nancy Gates – 1998, Larry Rea – 1995

Our pavilion has also contributed its share to the organization and operation of  Folklorama with 2 Presidents – Larry Rea (1999-2000) & Jim Court (2009) and many members serving on the board and various committees.

Some of the Pavilion of Scotland’s previous venues were:

River East Arena for 2 years (1983-84),  Heather Curling Club (1984-2008), 

Glenwood Community Club (2009-2018) & St Demetrios Greek Church (2019)

1975 was Scottish Pavilion’s first year. It officially joined Folklorama 1976. Its original founders were The Ena Sutton Highland Dancers of Winnipeg (ESHDW), The Caledonian Singers & the Heather Belle Pipe Band

     … sadly only ESHDW remains in operation today.