The Cunninghams are here
Well, the Clan Cunningham Society of America (CCSA) has finally jumped on the blogging bandwagon; and we want to hear from you! There is always a great deal going on within our international Cunningham society, and even though our focus is on our Celtic roots (thus the Gaelic Cunningham battle cry above), we are very much involved in weaving the past within the present, and planning activities for the future in celebration of our distinguished heritage.
As an example, on April 4, 2009, in honor of Tartan Day, our High Commish, Larry Augsbury, and his father, Jim, sported their Scottish ski attire and hit the slopes at Loveland ski resort in the Colorado Rockies. Our society also attended the 2009 US National Curling Championships/2010 US Olympic Curling Trials in Broomfield, Colorado last February.
Are you of Cunningham lineage and would like to connect with your roots? Would you like to learn more about Clan Cunningham history, or about your genealogy? Do you have a Scottish-Irish-Celtic story you'd like to share with us? If so, we regularly post information on our web sites at http://www.clancunningham.us/ and www.geocities.com/clancunninghamusa (since Yahoo Geocities closed in October 2009, please visit), Clan Cunningham Global, as well as in our quarterly full-color newsletter, the Clan Cunningham Communiqué, which is distributed to our current members around the world every three months.
Or, if you wish to share your opinion on some Clan Cunningham matter, or have an idea to propose--- this is the place.
Ever Yours in Clan Cunningham service,
Larry Augsbury, High Commissioner
Clan Cunningham Society of America, Inc.