Newsletter, Febueary 2002 Edition
President: Bentley Anderson 340-9757
Web master: Larry Leonardson 721-6827
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|WHEN WE NEXT MEET:
Sunday, February 17, 2002
3:00 PM SMÖRGÅSBORD SETUP Doors open and setup begins. Sue Arith and Sandy MacGregor will setup for the meeting and meal. Bob Olson will set up the beverage table.
4:00 PM Fellowship Hour: Club provides the
soft drinks, beer & wine, but
5:00 PM Välkommen to members and guests, followed by Du Gamla Du Fria, My Country Tis of thee, and I Jesu Namn Til Bords Vi Gå, after which we all get in the buffet line.
DINING: Margit Thunander, Joanne Lundquist, and Betty Peterson are doing dom Svenska pankakorna for the main course. Every year, like the new model Volvos, their pankakor are better than ever. Members and guests are asked to bring side dishes appropriate for the main course.
5:45 PM Business Meeting.
6:00 PM Hans Thunander will give us another of his
celebrated talks on
6:30 PM Sing along with Swedish form our Song Book.
Ted Johnson will
6:45 PM Raffle with Diane Newlon made possible by gifts from the members, and very important in keeping our Treasurer from attacks of anxiety.
7:00 PM Hälsä Dem Där Hemma and the
clearing of tables and stacking of
DIRECTIONS TO OUR MEETINGS
If coming from the peninsula, take I-64 across the Hampton Roads Bridge
Nellie Leonardson will again work with the kids on arts and crafts as
| When Last We Met
The monthly meeting of the Swedish-American
Society was held at the
Leland Peterson recited a light-hearted
conversation between Ole the
Our president, Bentley Anderson, introduced
Ted Johnson's guest Bev
Don Lundquist gave the treasurer's report
which included the budget
Rich and Shirley are producing a play
titled "Manuela and the
A raffle was held by Diane Newlon for
prizes contributed by the
Bentley Anderson read a letter from the
Prime Minister of Sweden
Plans for the coming year were discussed
including a musical program
Ted Johnson led us in singing Klöstervalsen,
Ja må han leva, Dansen
Then the meeting then adjourned and cleanup followed.
Ole and Osama Joke: Those in Minnesota may not know this, but