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Flammen May 2013 color.pub
FJELLHEIM 6 – 107, Sons of Norway
1045 Ford Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80915
719-574-3717
www.sonsofnorwaycs.com
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Published Monthly
May 2013
Volume 40, Issue 5
The mission of Sons of
Norway is to promote and
to preserve the heritage
and culture of Norway, to
celebrate our relationship
with other Nordic
countries, and to provide
quality insurance and
financial products to its
members.
SUNDAY, May 19th
1:00 to 3:30pm
At Fjellheim Lodge
$5 per person, $10 per immediate family
Inside this issue:
Calendar
2
Birthdays
3
Upcoming Events
Syttende Mai FEST 2013
Great Food: hot dogs, sloppy joes, potato salad,
beans, and appropriate sides.
Games/prizes for the kids
3-4
Mystery Guest
Sunshine
5
Come and Celebrate Norway’s Festive Day!
2013 Lodge Officers
7
Guests Are Invited
MEETING TIME:
Reservations by May 15th.
Monthly business meetings
held the second Wednesday
of every month (except July)
Call Cleo Allgood, 719-598-1982 for reservations
7:00 PM
Viking Hall,
1045 Ford Street,
Colorado Springs, CO 80915
SEND ARTICLES TO
YOUR EDITOR:
Knut Lyby
5520 Sample Way
Colo. Spgs. CO 80919
[email protected]
Phone: 719-536-0647
Deadline for the
June/July 2013 issue is:
Monday, May 20
MAY 2013
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday Thursday
Friday
Saturday
1
2
3
4
Board Meeting 9 AM, Viking Hall
Viking Sisters, 1
PM, Viking Hall
10
11
17 Hurra for Norge
18
Rosemaling 9 AM - 1 PM,
Viking Hall
Labor Day, Norway
5
6
Rosemaling 12-4 PM,
Viking Hall
12
13
7
9
Game and Card
Social - 12:30 PM,
Viking Hall, Ginny
Johnson, 495-0253
8
Book Club - 5 PM.
FMC - 6 PM.
Heritage Meeting 7 PM, Viking Hall
FrigjøringsDagen
14
15
16
Norwegian
Language Class 7 PM
Ladies Luncheon 11:30 AM - Uwe’s,
31 Iowa Ave.
Happy Mother’s Day
Ascension Day
Armed Forces Day
19
Syttende Mai party 1 PM, Viking Hall
20
Deadline for
Flammen Articles
21
22
27
24
30
31
25
Norwegian
Language Class 7 PM
Victoria Day,
Canada
26
23
28
29
Memorial Day
DINE OUT DATES AND
LOCATIONS FOR 2013
May 26 - None - Memorial Day weekend
June 30 - Juniper Valley - Hwy. 115
July - None - off month
August 25 - Elephant Bar, N. Academy
Sept 29 - Rocco's Italian Restaurant
Oct 27 - Texas Roadhouse - 8th Street
November 24 - None - Thanksgiving
December 29 - None - Christmas holidays
The time is 1:00 pm.
VELKOMMEN TIL BORDS!
BASEBALL OUTING IN JUNE
We are planning another Sky Sox game
on June 28th at 5 pm. There will be
Baseball, Burgers, Hot Dogs
and Fireworks!
More information to come in
the June newsletter.
Kerry Hefta,
Sports Director
PRESIDENT’S COLUMN
For those of you who attend the monthly business meetings, thank you. They can be
long and the business part often gets in the way of our real purpose - to have coffee and
cake and visit with old friends. But the meetings lately have had good discussions on
issues, had interesting programs, and included dancing. If you can come out on the
second Wednesday at 7:00 pm, we would appreciate your participation.
I am reading one the books from our lodge library for my third literature medal Portrait of a Nation - Norway. Simple title - big, long book. 592 12x18 pages. The bulk
of the book is thirteen chapters on different subjects from politics and business to
cuisine to sports, environmental conservation, education, history, religion and art each
by a different writer. Additionally, there is an anthology of Norwegian poetry, pictures
from a dozen recognized photographers, and fifteen literary portraits of prominent
personalities in Norway’s history. This is a great book for learning about Norway. As
Sonja says: There it is. Go read.
Frokost was, once again, the premier event of the year. 238 happy people got to sample
forty different dishes. Some twenty-five members worked for two days preparing and
dishing up the meal not including time spent making lefsa and other dishes beforehand.
The whole operation is a wonder to watch and Sissel Disbrow deserves much
recognition and appreciation for her planning, advance buying and effective leadership.
As important, Sissel has everything (and I mean everything) written down and photographed and saved in a vinyl binder. This is very thoughtful and not
very common among our sister lodges.
For all that you do for Fjellheim, Sissel, we are very grateful.
Mange Tusen Takk.
Mike Johaneson
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GAME AND CARD SOCIAL
May game and card social will be Tuesday the 7th at 12:30 PM at the
Lodge. Join us for a potluck followed by cards and games. Everyone is
welcome for an afternoon of good food, fellowship and fun.
MAY BIRTHDAYS
1
Duane Bakken
2
Marilyn M Keck
5
Carroll O Sorensen
6
Nancy Marie Allen
8
Gwendolyn W Becker
9
Lois E Halvorson
16
Jack Anderson
20
James E Hansen
20
Steven Roy Hermanson
22
Russell M Eacker
24
Susan M Foust
25
Chris C Beahler
30
Dorothy L Hanson
30
Candance E Lesoing
HERITAGE AND YOUTH
9
Ethan Coltrin
15
Elijah Dvorak
17
Juliannah Gavin
26
Nicole Berge
GRATULERER MED DAGEN!
Any questions call Ginny Johnson at 495-0253.
LADIES LUNCHEON
We will meet on Thursday, May 16, at 11:30 am at Uwe’s German Restaurant. It is
located at 31 Iowa Ave. For reservations, please call Lois Halvorson at 632-6003.
BOOK CLUB
The next lodge Book Club will meet on April 10th at 5 p.m. We are reading books of
our own choosing and continuing to work on our paperwork for the Cultural Skills
Program.
If you have any questions regarding Book Club please contact Tillie Elvrum at
719-203-4444.
ROSEMALING CLASSES
Rosemaling classes are scheduled for Sunday, May 5th from 12:00 to 4:00, and
Saturday, May 18th from 9:00 to 1:00. The cost of each session is $20.00.
We meet at Viking Hall. If you are interested in joining us, please call Sissel at 540-2737, Bj at 264-0955, or our teacher Cindy Bauer at 633-8260.
BREAKFAST SOCIAL
Thanks, Sissel and Bj
Due to all the Lodge activities and
Memorial Day there will not be a
breakfast social in April or May.
The next one is June 29th.
VIKING SISTERS
BAKING POWDER BISCUITS
17 MAI PARTY AT VIKING HALL
The following recipe is for the biscuits
served at the March Biscuits and Gravy
breakfast. It was delicious, many came
back for seconds and thirds.
SUNDAY, May 19th, 1:00 to 3:30pm at Fjellheim Lodge
2 cup sifted flour
4 teaspoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup shortening (butter is best)
1 egg and enough milk to make one cup
(mix together)
Sift dry ingredients into mixing bowl.
Add shortening and work quickly into
pebbly crumbs. Add milk/egg mixture,
mix gently and turn out onto a floured
board. Pat or roll to 1 inch thick, cut into
rounds or squares.
Bake at 450 degrees for 15-17 minutes.
We will meet May 2 at 1 PM at the Lodge. We will be making Christmas decorations
for the Boutique in November. All women are welcome.
Ah, Syttende Mai, the seventeenth of May, is Norway’s national day! In 1814, elected
representatives met in Eidsvoll and adopted a constitution establishing a government
for an independent Norway. Come join us at the Lodge as we commemorate this day
with food, games for the kids, songs, and a parade. Decorations will be provided for
bikes, trikes, scooters and wagons. A special guest will be there, too.
Hurra, Hurra, Hurra!
CANCELLATION OF ESTES PARK MIDSUMMER FESTIVAL
We regret to inform you of the cancellation of the Estes Park Scandinavian
Midsummer Festival this year.
In its place, the Swedish Dance Club of Denver will host a one day event up at Estes,
which will take place on Saturday June 22 from 10-4, at Performance Park, 417 W.
Elkhorn Ave in Estes Park. There will be a maypole with Scandinavian music and
dancing (both performance and participation). The Fjellborg Vikings will be setting up
their encampment and doing combat demonstrations for the children. We are expecting
Sam to be back with his Viking replica ship the Yrsa. Bring your friends and family
and celebrate the Midsummer with them.
Thanks, Cathy Allen
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IDAVELLR NAALBINDING CLASS
KEEP THE DATES - 2013
May 4, 2013 -12 noon - at the Carriage House located at Rock Ledge Ranch. The class
is free but we do take up a volunteered collection for the instructor.
May 19: Fjellheim 17. mai fest
June 16: Fjellheim Family Picnic
June 23: Fjellheim breakfast social, 9am
June 28: Fjellheim Sky Sox Outing
Materials needed are yarn and a large eyed needle that will accommodate the yarn.
Traditionally naalbinding is done with a single ply wool yarn but any yarn will do to
get started and learn the technique.
Aug. 24: Fjellheim breakfast social, 9am
Everyone is welcome. Call 832-398-3133 for more information
and to reserve your spot.
September 21: District 6 Board Meeting,
Holiday Inn, 1855 Aeroplaza, 8 AM - 4
PM. Fjellheim 40th Anniversary Dinner and Dance, 5 pm
Sept.28: Fjellheim breakfast social, 9 am
Thank you
Iðavellr Vikings, A Norse Community
Karen Nielsen, Group leader
phone 719-387-7334
October 26: Fjellheim Viking Fair and
breakfast
SUMMER FAMILY UTFLUKT
Sunday – June 16th
Starting at 11 a.m.
Nov. 16: Fjellheim Lutefisk Dinner
Bear Creek Park (At the corner of 21st St. & Rio Grande)
December 7: Fjellheim Christmas Tea
December 15: Fjellheim Julebord
Catered Menu including Fried Chicken, Pulled Pork Sandwiches, Cole Slaw, Pickles, Jalapenos, Onions, Barbeque Sauce, Potato Salad, Baked Beans, Rolls, Lemonade
Free to all members (Call for reservations).
Non-Members: $10.00, Children 6-12: $5.00, Children 5 & under: Free
COLORADO 17. MAI PARTIES
Vesterheim: 5 p.m. potluck. Viking reenactors, folk dancing, hot dogs (bring
side dish or dessert for 8-10), and ice
cream. Relatives, friends – all are
welcome! Atonement Lutheran Church,
Baseline & Inca Parkway, Boulder.
RSVP by June 12th (Make checks payable to Sons of Norway)
Make Reservations with, and send checks to Karen Ravnaas, 5295 Water Dipper
Rd. Colorado Springs, CO. 80911. (719) 390-0621
LIMON HERITAGE FESTIVAL
Fjelldalen Lodge will again be taking part in the Limon Heritage Festival on
Saturday, August 3, 2013. Participation in this festival honors the heritage and culture
of Lincoln County Colorado settlers and their descendants, and the Norwegian folk-art
display by Fjelldalen Lodge is in honor of the many Norwegian immigrants that settled
in the area in the 1800’s. In past years, several members of other Colorado Lodges have
joined with Fjelldalen with their handiwork etc. We are aware
that many of you have now been taking part in the Sons of
Norway Cultural Skills program and have earned your
Cultural Skills pins and medals. We would love to have you
join us to display and tell about what you have accomplished.
Bring your bunad and be part of the bunad show.
Please call me!
Barbara Robb – 303-443-9158
Member - Limon Heritage Society
and Fjelldalen Lodge
VIKING FAIR - OCTOBER
Please start planning for Viking Fair, to be held the last Sat. of October. We appreciate
items for our heritage tables as well as books and other small usable items. We will
accumulate items in a box in the storage room. If you or someone you know would like
information about being a vendor, please let me know at 351-3554 or leave a message
at Viking Hall. Thanks for your continuing support.
Eunice Bluhm
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Times and Dates Subject to Change
May 19
Fjelldalen: Parade/Picnic, 12 - 5 p.m.
Food will be served, including ICE
CREAM! DeKoevend Park, Shelter A,
6631 S. University Blvd. (northwest corner of University and Arapahoe), Centennial.
Trollheim: Scandinavian Brunch, 1
p.m., Members – $22, Non-members –
$23, Under 12 – $9. RSVP by May 12th.
Send (1) check payable to Sons of Norway, (2) Name, Phone, Address, Number
Attending and Type, and Total Enclosed,
and (3) a SASE to Barb Hessel at 953 S.
Holland Street, Lakewood CO 80226 or
call 303.989.4496. Norske Butikken will
be open. 6610 W 14th Ave., Lakewood.
Vestafjell: Celebration, Lodge Meeting,
2 p.m., Potluck Koldtbord: small and
open-faced sandwiches, sides, and desserts. Brandy and Elmer Ferganchick's
Norwegian Fjord Horses will be the center of attraction. All Saints Lutheran
Church, Cory, Colorado (approx. one
hour from Grand Junction).
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IN MEMORIAM
Doris Tygerson
August 3, 1917March 7, 2013
Doris was born to George and Marie
Reddick in Arnett, Oklahoma. She
married Richard Tygerson at McClellan
Air Force Base in 1955. She worked as a
telephone operator at Southwestern Bell
in Sacramento before retiring. She loved
ceramics, crafts, and playing bridge. She
is survived by husband Richard, a sister
Joyce Chamberlain, a daughter Joanne
Easterling, 3 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren, and 3 great great grandchildren.
She was active in the lodge in social affairs and in women’s groups. Her
husband Rich is remembered as the
harmonica virtuoso who played with the
Fjellheim Fem in their salad days.
Cards may be sent to Richard in care of
Joanne Easterling, 19670 East County
Road, Olustee, Ok 73560.
Our condolences to the family.
THE SUNNY CORNER
Happy May Day to everyone! Happy Birthday and Happy
Anniversary to all who are celebrating these special days during
May. We wish each of you a wonderful day and best wishes for the
upcoming year.
Kathleen Harstad reports that former member, Doris Tygerson, passed away March
7, 2013 in Altus, OK. She also says that Richard has taken it very hard and has been
in the hospital, but is now in an assisted living facility. If members wish to send a
card, please send it to his daughter, Joann Easterling, 19670 East County Road 171,
Olustee, OK 73560. She will take any mail to him. Our condolences and prayers go
out to the family.
I have not heard of any members who are under the weather. But if you know of
anyone who is not well, please call me.
As we move from snow in March and April to hopefully rain in May, an ode to
spring:
"Spring makes its own statement, so loud and clear that the
gardener seems to be only one of the instruments, not the
composer." ~Geoffrey B. Charlesworth
Karen Ravnaas,
Sunshine Director,
390-0621
FROKOST WRAP UP
Mange tusen takk to all of the Frokost
volunteers.
We held another successful Frokost,
thanks to all of you. Our attendance was
237 and our profit was OVER $3000.00!
Without the help of all of you, our
Frokost would not be held. Many of you
donated food and decorations, but most of
all you gave of your time. Food was
prepared at home and at the Lodge, many
of you came to the Lodge two days prior
to the event to offer assistance in the
preparation and set-up of the Frokost.
It is with great appreciation that I
personally thank each and every one of
you for your outstanding performance.
Sissel Disbrow
BENEFIT OF MEMBERSHIP COMPLIMENTARY FINANCIAL REVIEW
This review provides valuable information relevant to your current financial situation
and also helps you plan effectively for the future no matter what your age. Feel free to
contact your local Financial Benefits Counselor for more information.
For many of our members you feel you have everything set just the way you want it or
are uncomfortable about changing things.
With the financial review service we offer you may find another opinion to be
beneficial. We may reveal that you are indeed on track with things, or we may find
Sons of Norway can offer more safety and better rates of return for you. Maybe you
have thought about doing something for the grandkids or your favorite charity but
don't know where to start.
For those of you that enjoy the social and fraternal aspect of Sons of Norway, doing
business with us makes good sense. You gain from our sound financial products and
from the money that is returned to your lodge from business that you and other
members have done.
To schedule your financial review call your Financial Benefits Counselor today!
LaRue Hanson, FBC
2523 Shalimar Dr.
Colorado Springs, Colo. 80915-1030
Office # 719-599-8546
Cell # 719-237-7314
[email protected]
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VALDRES BUNAD AVAILABLE
HJALMAR ANDERSEN,
NORWEGIAN SPEEDSKATER,
DIES AT 90
By DANIEL E. SLOTNIK
www.nytimes.com
Published: March 27, 2013
Hjalmar Andersen, a
Norwegian speed skater who
broke world records in the
early 1950s and won three gold
medals at the 1952
Winter Olympics in Oslo, died
on Wednesday in Oslo. He was
90.
Agence France-Presse — Getty Images
He had been hospitalized after falling at his
home in Tønsberg on Monday, Jamie Miller, a
spokeswoman for United States Speedskating,
said.
Items included in complete outfit: Bonnet, Blouse (size 10-12), Belt, Purse, Dress (10
-12), Apron, Sølje and Jewelry (two earrings, one broken but can be fixed, neck pin).
Everything is authentic Norwegian made. This package has been appraised at between
$1,500 and $3,000.
Sealed bids will be taken by Fjellheim members only from May 6th to July 1.
Mail bids to Fjellheim Sons of Norway, 1045 Ford St., Colorado Springs, CO, 80915.
Attention: Bunad Bid.
Please call Ruth Wiig with questions or to try it on. The Bunad will be on display at
May and June meetings. Minimum bid is $1,500. If we do not get any bids by the July 1
deadline, we will open the bidding to other S/N Lodges.
Fjellheim Executive Board
THE DREKAR CORNER
On a cold and snowy April night; six hearty fellow lodge members met to start planning our Drekar Float. Drekar is a short way
to say a “dragon headed Viking longship”. At our first meeting, it
was an open agenda with discussions about the type of wood to
be used, the size and shape of the ship, some basic fundamentals
of constructing a ship, the designs on the shields, costumes, and so on. We looked at
several pictures of a number of ships that other Lodges have constructed for floats.
These other Lodges will be contacted for any ideas and plans which we would be able
to use.
Before any construction can actually begin, the logistics of ownership, and insurance
coverage must be completed for the trailer. We will then transport the trailer to our
location to begin construction. Once decisions have been made to the type and amount
of wood and materials that will be needed, we will list items in future newsletters. We
also discussed the possibility of future fundraisers to help cover the costs.
This will be an adventure for our lodge, which everyone, young and old, will be able to
get involved with. And while this is all happening, each of us might discover some
additional heritage of our Norwegian culture; past and present. I know that I did the
other night.
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Andersen specialized in the 5,000- and 10,000meter races but also competed in the 1,500. His
Olympic career began inauspiciously in the 1948
Games in St. Moritz, Switzerland. He competed
only in the 10,000-meter race and did not finish.
But he bounced back with a string of victories.
He won the World All-Around Speed-Skating
Championships from 1950 through 1952 and set
multiple world records. He was the first skater to
complete a 10,000-meter race in under 17
minutes and improved to 16 minutes 32.6 seconds days before the start of the 1952
Olympic Games.
At those Olympics, 24,000 fans cheered him on
as he won the 5,000-meter race in 8:10.6, 11
seconds ahead of the Netherlands’ Kees
Broekman and an Olympic record. Besides the
5,000, he won gold in the 1,500- and 10,000meter races.
Andersen retired after the Olympics but
returned to skating in 1954, winning the
Norwegian championships for the fourth time
and the 5,000- and 10,000-meter races at the
European Championships. He came in sixth in
the 10,000-meter race at the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, and then retired from racing for good.
Three Norwegian cities have statues of
Andersen, and he was honored on a postage
stamp in 1990.
Hjalmar Johan Andersen was born on March 12,
1923, in Rødøy, Norway. His survivors include
three children and a grandson, Fredrik van der
Horst, a speedskater who represented Norway at
the 2010 Winter Olympics in
Vancouver, British Columbia.
Note from the Editor – Our very own Agnes
Barilovich is the sister of Hjalmar Andersen.
Our Condolences go out to Agnes and her
family.
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ZONE 8 REPORT
Spring has sprung and all is good in our Zone. We had two
successful Barneløp this Winter, one in Grand Junction held by
Vestafjell Lodge and another held by Storfjell lodge in Winter
Park. Both were well attended. Sons of Norway members gave
lots of good ideas for next years Barneløpet.
FJELLHEIM - 2013 OFFICERS
Board of Directors
President
Vice-President
Fjellheim Lodge in Colorado Springs held a Christmas tea for
the community which was also well attended. Trollheim Lodge
will also be holding their annual tea April 20th.
Counselor
Secretary
Asst. Secretary
Treasurer/Finance Chair
Membership Secretary
Many lodge officer installations took place in January throughout the state. A Leadership Workshop was held at Trollheim on
February 2 attended by members of all Colorado lodges. A
spokesperson from each lodge told a story about what has
happened at their lodge worthy of telling others about.
Program Directors
Social Coordinator
Cultural Coordinator
Hostesses
An upcoming event that several lodges are taking part in is a
play titled "Lutheran Women Church Basement Ladies". Many
groups are seeing this play throughout April and May.
Sunshine
Sports
Foundation
Cultural Skills
Language Teacher
I'd like to thank all the lodges for getting their Lodge Achievement Forms in to me. I'm very proud of all the Colorado lodges
as they are thriving and continually serving their communities.
Book Club
Support Officers
Greeters
Gratulerer! (Congratulations!)
Marshalls
Editor
Linda Ault
Zone 8 Director
Musician
Publicity
BOOK REVIEW
BONEREAPERS: A DINAH PELERIN
MYSTERY BY JEANNE MATTHEWS
Historian
Photographer
Librarian
Viking Sisters
The lodge book club recently read Bonereapers as our monthly
selection. We have read several Norwegian crime noir novels in
the past year, but this was the first selection that we’ve read by a
non-Norwegian writer.
Elaine Hellem 471-8552
Dean Tollefson 473-1110
Dorothy Hanson 599-8546
Ginny Johnson 495-0253
Karen Ravnaas 390-0621
Kerry Hefta 266-9429
Ruth Wiig 596-6159
Bjørg Mapstone 264-0955
Pat Staubo 359-2570
[email protected]
Tillie Elvrum 683-5826
Lois Halvorson 632-6003
Owen Bergland 576-1396
Larue and Dorothy Hanson 599-0647
Knut Lyby 536-0647
[email protected]
Sonja Gund 473-9588
Eunice Bluhm 495-2029
Riley Coltrin 351-3554
Virginia Nelson 640-9340
LaRue Hanson 599-8546
Sonja Gund 473-9588
Ginny Johnson 495-0253
Committees/Special Activities
Auditors
Dean Tollefson 473-1110
June Peterson 599-3235
Millie Sullivan 597-0381
Finance Chairman
Laurance Moe 260-9490
Tubfrim
Tania Oldervik 310-3586
Volunteer Hours
Cleo Allgood 598-1982
Field Representative
LaRue Hanson 599-8546
Facebook
Randy Johnson 260-7028
Bonereapers is an eco-political murder mystery set in the arctic
north of Norway. The main character, Dinah Pelerin, finds herself plucked from her warm home in Hawaii, to accompany a
U.S. Senator during an agricultural seed exchange. The
exchange takes place at the Doomsday Seed Vault in
Longyearbyen, Norway. If you are at all interested in food
safety you would probably enjoy this book as it gives great
insight into the seed vault and the corporate and political
interests involved – even if it’s fiction it gives you a lot to think
about. Jeanne Matthews did a great job describing what life is
like in Longyearbyen…the arctic cold, the prolonged darkness,
the town, and the hotel where most of the book takes place. In
the midst of this seed exchange there is murder, a political
power couple in crisis, and just enough romance for Dinah
Pelerin to keep the reader interested.
Fjellheim Management Corporation (FMC)
Directors
Terry Mapstone 264-0955
Paul Wiig 596-6159
George Gund 473-9588
Swede Knutson 473-3297
Chuck Sullivan 597-0381
Doug Haug 632-4284
Owen Bergland 576-1396
Trustees
Rodger Erickson 597-2196
Jerry Johnson 495-0253
If you’re a lover of crime fiction, wanting to learn a little more
about Norway, or just looking for a quick read, Bonereapers may
be the book for you!
Colorado Zone 8 Director
Linda Ault 303-953-2716
[email protected]
District 6 President
Lyle Berge 720-470-4961
([email protected])
ALL PHONE NUMBERS HAVE 719 PREFIX UNLESS
OTHERWISE IS NOTED
Tillie Elvrum
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Michael Johaneson 303-663-3251
720-971-0130.
[email protected]
Steve Hermanson 520-0303
[email protected]
Paul Wiig 596-6159
Sara Berge 495-2134
Virginia Nelson 650-7029
Laurance Moe 260-9490
Shirley Stilley - 475-1524
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Sons of Norway
Monthly Newsletter
Knut Lyby, Editor
Viking Hall—Fjellheim 6-107
1045 Ford Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80915
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