A kilt-clad groom

  • 1998-09-17
  • By Paul Beckman
After teaching English for three years in the small Lithuanian town of Birzai, Ewen Cameron of Scotland offered the locals something they had never seen. Donned in a traditional Scottish kilt, Cameron married a local teacher on Sept. 12. Cameron feels so at home in Birzai that he and his new wife, Saule, are planning to live in the town permanently."I really came to Birzai at first in search of work," said Cameron. "I plan on staying because this is our home and where we plan on raising our family. Of course, when we have children, we plan to raise them speaking both Lithuanian and English....
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