Published: October 31, 1999

Competing Pipers Association AGM October 24

The annual general meeting of Scotland’s Competing Pipers Association is to be held in Perth on Sunday, October 24, 1999, and high on the agenda is the election of a new president.

After the sudden death of CPA president Colin Drummond in July of this year, the position has remained vacant.

Purportedly throwing their respective hats into the ring are Colin MacLellan, Logan Tannock and Brian Donaldson, all well known pipers in the organization.

MacLellan, is originally from Edinburgh but lived in Canada for 23 years before returning to Scotland in August of this year, Tannock is from Tillicoultry near Stirling, and Donaldson has been a career Scots Guardsman.

The CPA was started in 1977 as an organization designed to look after the needs of pipers competing in UK competitions. Since then the association has gained worldwide membership, particularly from North American pipers.

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