Answers to the games will appear in the next issue
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SOLUTION TO LAST MONTH'S CRYPTOGRAM:
Great Good Luck to the House.
Good Luck to the Family.
Good Luck to every rafter in it,
and to every Worldly Thing in it.
Good Luck to the Horses and Cattle
Good Luck to the Sheep
Good Luck to Everything
and Good Luck to all your Means.
Good Luck to the Good-Wife
Good Luck to the children
Good Luck to every Friend
and Good Fortune and Health to all.
Carved on a memorial marking one of Scotland's best known drovers' trails near Gleneagles Hotel
Well, now that the New Year is here we need to get organized. So here are some questions about organizations - some old and some current, which are either Scottish or have strong connections with Scotland
1. What organization in the past favored free trade (and tied it to free love!)? It is the subject of a fine book by Donald Stevenson.
2. What Gaelic language organization founded in Oban in 1891, and is involved with the Royal National MOD (I don't mean ministry of defense)
3. What organization on Skye is involved with encouraging the use of Gaelic in schools?
4. What organization's web site hold that it is an international supporter and patron of the arts and cultural heritage of Scotland; a champion of free speech on the issues that matter to the cultural life of every Scot; a promoter of the best of what we are culturally, now and in the future; and a catalyst to ensure new ideas are considered and the best of them are made real?
5. Which organization claims among its members the following famous Scots - James Boswell, Robert Burns, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, John Paul Jones, Harry Lauder, and Sir Walter Scott (among others)
ANSWERS TO LAST MONTH'S QUIZ: