Scottish pride

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Don McCleod of Greenfield, left, dressed in a kilt, talks with Robert and Rachelle Llamas of Conway during Tartan Day, held at the Turners Falls Greenfield Savings Bank branch on Saturday. Tartan Day is the celebration of Scottish Independence, the Declaration of Arbroath, which was signed on April 6,1320. During the event, people could view many books about Scotland and the clans, as well as the different tartans. Llamas was interested in finding out about his clan Robertson heritage.The event was organized by Brian Cooper of Turners Falls.

Geoff Bluh/Recorder Don McCleod of Greenfield, left, dressed in a kilt, talks with Robert and Rachelle Llamas of Conway during Tartan Day, held at the Turners Falls Greenfield Savings Bank branch on Saturday. Tartan Day is the celebration of Scottish Independence, the Declaration of Arbroath, which was signed on April 6,1320. During the event, people could view many books about Scotland and the clans, as well as the different tartans. Llamas was interested in finding out about his clan Robertson heritage.The event was organized by Brian Cooper of Turners Falls.

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