Sons of Norway Storelva Lodge 1-655 to meet May 20


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Posted Online: May 10, 2013, 11:29 am
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Press release submitted by Elizabeth Dresselhaus


Sons of Norway Storelva Lodge 1 -655

Time: May 20. 2013, 7 p.m.

Place: The Viking Club
1450 41st Street
Moline, IL 61265

Topic: Lyle Haakenson will present a program and DVD on "Scandinavian Traditions". Inger Heloe will also share experiencing Syttende Mai in Norway.

Cost: Free. Open to the public and visitors welcomed. Treats. If you are interested in Norwegian heritage
and culture, please come and join us.

Contact: Reg Shoesmith, (563) 355-7778


If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth (Betty) Dresselhaus, 322-8460. Thanks.

















 



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