Scotia-Glenville Prom 2003
There's no denying that our young students clean up nicely. We had the honor of
taking photos of all the young prom beauties and handsome gentlemen.
Click on the Photo Gallery page to view our photos.
Scotia Centennial Spirit
Not many residents know that the Hollyhock is the official flower of Scotia.
Historians tell us the Hollyhock was chosen because it takes two years to flower.
Apparently it also took two years of work to establish Scotia as a village in 1904
Hollyhocks are for sale to benefit the Village 2004 Centennial. Send Email BillP@visitscotia.com
or call 374-3435 if you'd like more information on purchasing Hollyhocks to show your Scotia spirit.
Memorial Day Parade
The Grand Marshall of this years parade was Rear Admiral James D Kelly, US Navy. A 1969 graduate of
Scotia-Glenville High School Jim currently serves as Director for Warfare Programs and Readiness,
U.S. Atlantic Fleet
A threat of rain left the area earlier in the day leaving sunny weather good enough to attract a
large crowd. Kids of all ages enjoyed the fire trucks, marching bands, fancy cars, clowns, scouts,
little leaguers, dogs and various other community organizations.
Scotia-Glenville High School's marching band was the first of many local bands in town
to honor our veterans.
2003 Memorial Day Parade Photos
2002 Memorial Day Parade Photos