| What is ScottNet
|| ScottNet is a loose collection of groups, networks, and address lists
that have been created by various people with the purpose of
helping former employees of Scott Paper Company keep in touch with each other.
ScottNet is a "virtual" organization that works as a connection between these groups.
Website space is being provided to the member organizations free of charge by
Please note that this organization is not affiliated with Scott Supply Service
or Brett Scott (see note at bottom of this page).
| What groups
|| So far, the following groups have been identified:.
If you know of a group that is not in this list, please contact Carl Ingalls:
phone 610.627.9030 or email ScottNet@EmbossingTechnologies.com.
Scott Atlanta Alumni Group (SAAG), managed by
Michael Milak, John McCloskey, George Ragsdale,
Harry Waterbor, Michael Barnett, and Guy Provenzano.
They meet for golf and dinner in the Atlanta area,
and have recently begun meeting for lunch as well.
Dover Over Dinner (DOD), managed by
Ed Bailey and Judy Hedrick.
They meet twice a year for dinner at the Lone Star in New Castle DE.
Scott Logistics Group, managed by
Terry Silverthorne and Cathy O'Connor.
They meet every other month for dinner at the Little Inn in Media PA.
Scott Plaza Annual Reunion, managed by
Terry Gray and Carl Ingalls.
Everyone is invited to the Scott Reunion at the Lagoon in Essington PA every year,
usually in June.
ScotTax, managed by
John Smith, Larry Schwab, and Joe Gibbs.
They meet for dinner every year in late May or early June in the Philadelphia area.
Scott Technology (Research plus Engineering), managed by
Carl Ingalls, Rick Frampton, Judy Carey, and Bruce Arnold.
They meet in the Philadelphia area for several events:
Lunch 11 months a year,
a Golf Tournament in the Fall,
and a Holiday Dinner in December.
Scott Alumni Worldwide, managed by
This was previously known as the Scott Paper Alumni - Philadelphia Region,
and before that it was called the Scott Paper Co. Retirees Group.
They meet twice yearly (Spring and Fall) for a luncheon,
often at the Aronimink Golf Club.
Bruce also issues a very interesting newsletter.
| Address Lists
Each group keeps its own address list (mailing list or directory),
generally containing names and phone numbers and email addresses.
If you want to know more about these address lists, you may visit
Scott Paper Alumni Address Lists.
Visit the ScottNet Online Calendar for a list of upcoming events.
It will be updated at least once every month.
| How do I connect
|| Most of the groups listed above will welcome anyone who ever worked for Scott Paper Company
(whether as a permanent employee or as a contractor or temporary employee).
To connect with any of the groups as an individual member, please click on the appropriate links above.
Sign up with as many groups as you like.
| Who runs ScottNet
Each group is managed independently, by people whose dedication is very much appreciated.
The website for ScottNet is currently being operated by Carl Ingalls.
| What about privacy and email spam
|| It is a real problem, and no protection is perfect.
However, everyone is doing everything possible to protect the privacy
of all of the personal information that appears on the ScottNet website.
For instance, personal information only appears on password protected web pages.
If you want to know more about what we do to protect your privacy, please read
If you wish to learn more about general computer security and privacy issues, please read
Computer Security and Privacy.