HENRIK IBSEN LODGE # 7

SONS OF NORWAY

SAN FRANCISCO, CA


 LOCATION OF MEETINGS:

60 ONONDAGA AVE. (Slavonic Cultural Society Building) at the corner of Alamany Blvd. in San Francisco, CA. Click here for a map.

 When do we meet?

Meetings are every third Tuesday of each month and we have a "Cultural Night" on every fifth Tuesday.

 Why do we meet?

We meet to conduct business for the good of the order and to have social contact with others. We are a fraternal organization that supports our Norwegian heritage. Part of our fraternalism is reflected by having a scholarship program. We have voluntary insurance benefits available upon request.

 Do we have fun?

Yes, we do have fun. We are now 93 years young in this year of 2001. We own a park for our use only. It is located in the Coast Range Redwood trees of the San Francisco peninsula. The park is a 27 acre area located within 35 miles of San Francisco. There is no need to cross a bridge, pay a bridge fare or travel a great distance. We have:

Our lodge has been in existence for 93 years and is the second oldest Sons of Norway lodge west of the Mississippi, the oldest being located in the State of Washington.

Applications for membership will be sent to you upon request. Call (650) 583-9853 for information.

2001 Lodge Officers...

President: John Ronneberg
Vice President: Marilyn Anderson
Consular: John Sorensen
Secretary: Doreen Hummel

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