Benefits of Membership

USCO Membership

  • You are welcome to attend the USCO Board meetings. The Board normally meets once a month on the second Tuesday of the month; for location details check the events calendar or the Facebook events page.  You are welcome to become as active a member as you would like to be. We welcome it. We can always use more trustees and new ideas.
  • Membership entitles you to discounts to all USCO run events such as:
    • Burn Night Dinner and Silent Auction
    • Scottish Festival.
  • Your USCO membership also entitles you a discount on All Oklahoma Tartan items that are on our USCO website.
  • NEW: The USCO has recently partnered with and to bring you a special benefit for just USCO members. As a USCO member you will receive a 20% discount at Clan Anderson Cottages in Scotland. A minimum of a 4 night stay is required. When booking just mention the USCO and your discount will be applied. Also Hope Vere Anderson, Baron of Bannockburn does personalized tours of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. He has agreed to work with USCO members to help make your UK vacation one to remember. To book your personal vacation tour through Hope Vere Heritage Tours please email Martha Hartzog at Please let her know the you are a USCO member and that you know our Membership Chief Jennie Stephens. She will be glad to help you plan a memorable trip. He also does Outlander theme trips or he can customize trips according to your clan affiliation.
  • Membership also gives you access to our Free Gaelic Class that is held on the fourth Monday night every month at the Mable C Fry Library in Yukon at 7:00 pm.
  • Membership also entitles you the choice of a USCO tote bag or a newly redesigned USCO Tee Shirt at the time you sign up. Please specify which one you would desire and we will be glad to ship it to you.

Membership in the United Scottish Clans of Oklahoma has its benefits!

Signing up is easy you can do it on our website at

Please if you have any questions email us at or email our Chief Membership Officer Jennie Stephens at