Edmonds Sons of Norway is More Than Meetings
Edmonds Lodge members support many programs like the following:
The Edmonds Food Bank
Parades in Edmonds and Ballard
Scholarship and Camp programs
Box Tops and Labels for Education
YWCA Pathways for Women
Don’t forget to include a contribution to:
When paying your annual dues: $48.50 –
Spouse: $41.50 –
Call (800) 945-8851 to join, pay dues, change/add email, phone number, or mailing address and to get Sons of Norway questions answered.
We are continuing to collect Box Tops and Labels for Education for Beverly Elementary School in North Edmonds
Edmonds Lodge WOMAN OF THE YEAR!!
It gives me great pleasure to introduce our woman of the year. This person has been with Sons of Norway since 1984. She has been a great help in setting up the lodge for Pancake Breakfasts. She has helped us also on the floor on the day of the breakfast with set up and cleanup during the day and then helps break tables down and cleanup to complete breakfast. She is always willing to help during regular meetings with serving. A great volunteer.
This special person makes sure her Aunt Riggie is always taken care of. When our great friend Helen Overton was with us, she was there to make sure her Aunt and Helen got here when it was too wet and dark for Helen to drive. She is proud to walk in the 17th of May parade supporting us and carrying one of the flags. She works for the US Postal Service keeping some early hours so we certainly appreciate her participation.
We are privilege to have Glenda Nelson as a member of our lodge. Please help congratulate her.
Thank you Glenda!!
Edmonds Lodge MAN OF THE YEAR!!
I am happy to present the man of the year! This person has been with us for three years. He has been active with helping make sure that we are set up and ready to go, whether it be for a lodge meeting or an event in the community. He is a dependable man, always helping with a smile. He has helped with setting up the lodge for meetings, pancake breakfasts and cleanup afterwards. He has helped with our Edmonds market event, and he is there to help set up our ship Thor when we are getting ready for parades. Now yes I am sure he gets volunteered by his great wife but he is there and we THANK him.
This special person has taught band, orchestra, choir and history for 34 years in the Seattle School District, he was a member of Seattle Seafair for 36 years, and he is a lifetime member of the Elks. He is also an Elder at Calvin Presbyterian where he plays the trumpet in the orchestra. In his spare time, he plays golf at the Lynnwood Golf Course. We were also happy to have his Granddaughter Erika as our queen for 3 years.
We are privileged to have Art Nelson as a member of this lodge. Please help congratulate him.
Thank you Art!
January Installation of Officers and Founders Day
Look at what our own talented Nathan Salmon drew. He also wrote a poem to go with the drawing.
A beast so foul, flying by night for gold it is so fond
Breathing fire so hot and bright
Eating men and horses rend
Fire- inferno- sun
Nathan is the grandson of Harold and Fay Setran