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Noel Lillie was well-known and well-liked by dancers throughout the Pacific Northwest. He had his preliminary teaching certification in Scottish Country Dance from the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS).
In the spring of 1963, two teachers from Scotland, Ian Munro and Mairi MacRae, began a Scottish Country Dance class at Montlake Fieldhouse in Seattle, Washington. The group grew and in 1965 formed The Seattle and District Scottish Country Dance Club. Steve and Iris Woodruff obtained teaching certificates, and Noel Lillie joined the group about 1969.
In 1988, Noel received a RSCDS Scroll in recognition of his services to the Society over the years.
Noel was married to Violet.
Dances Noel taught include Argyll's Fancy, Kendall's Hornpipe, Machine Without Horses, and Roaring Jelly.