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Seattle, WA -- Dec 9, 2019

Iceland's capital city, Reykjavík, is an incredible destination for culture and delicious food, and also acts as a gateway to Iceland's breathtaking nature. This month, we're teaming up with Visit Reykjavik, Reykjavík’s official destination office for tourism, to bring one lucky winner a huge prize pack including "Reykjavík Loves" brand bags, notebooks, t-shirts, pens, umbrellas and more! Enter for your chance to win here: icelandnaturally.com/special-offer/enter-win-prizes-honor-visit-reykjavik/ ... See MoreSee Less

Icelands capital city, Reykjavík, is an incredible destination for culture and delicious food, and also acts as a gateway to Icelands breathtaking nature. This month, were teaming up with Visit Reykjavik, Reykjavík’s official destination office for tourism, to bring one lucky winner a huge prize pack including Reykjavík Loves brand bags, notebooks, t-shirts, pens, umbrellas and more! Enter for your chance to win here: https://icelandnaturally.com/special-offer/enter-win-prizes-honor-visit-reykjavik/
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Seattle, WA -- Dec 10, 2019

Do you remember Y2K and how sure everyone was that it was the end of the world? Well, what would a Viking Y2K be like? What did those people really think about Ragnarök? Find out on December 12 at Viking Y2K—Ragnarök, Doomsday, and the End of the World (as We Know It) with @uwscandinavianstudies Lauren Poyner. Scand30 lectures are fast, free, and always entertaining. www.nordicmuseum.org/product/2731 ... See MoreSee Less

Do you remember Y2K and how sure everyone was that it was the end of the world? Well, what would a Viking Y2K be like? What did those people really think about Ragnarök? Find out on December 12 at Viking Y2K—Ragnarök, Doomsday, and the End of the World (as We Know It) with @uwscandinavianstudies Lauren Poyner. Scand30 lectures are fast, free, and always entertaining. https://www.nordicmuseum.org/product/2731
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Seattle, WA -- Dec 4, 2019

What a WONDERFUL evening!!! Full of incredible people, great gifts and a LOT of stealing in the white elephant game!!! #norwegiansknowhowtoparty #norwegiancommunity #sonsofnorway #Leiferiksonlodge #ballard #community #vikingchristmas #godjul @ Leif Erikson Hall ... See MoreSee Less

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Seattle, WA -- Dec 6, 2019

Last month we recognized two Sons of Norway employees for exceeding our company core values. On the left is John Cooper our Staff Accountant and on the right is Donna Enghauser our Licensing and Sales Administration. Learn more about John and Donna with our Q&A: Q: What is your favorite part about your role at Sons of Norway? John: Working with other departments to come up with solutions to problems.Donna: Being part of expanding SON insurance products to the independent agent market space.Q: What is the #1 place you would like to visit in Norway? John: Geirangerfjord, for the amazing views and waterfalls Donna: Oslo, it has much to see. I enjoy history, seeing The Royal Palace and other architectural buildings.Q: What is your favorite winter activity? John: Snowball Fights!Donna: Playing in the snow with my grandchildren, sledding and having a friendly snowball exchange.Q: Favorite member benefit at Sons of Norway? John: E-post, the monthly newsletter.Donna: Learning about the culture and the lodge events. ... See MoreSee Less

Last month we recognized two Sons of Norway employees for exceeding our company core values. On the left is John Cooper our Staff Accountant and on the right is Donna Enghauser our Licensing and Sales Administration. Learn more about John and Donna with our Q&A: 

Q: What is your favorite part about your role at Sons of Norway? 
John: Working with other departments to come up with solutions to problems.
Donna: Being part of expanding SON insurance products to the independent agent market space.

Q: What is the #1 place you would like to visit in Norway? 
John: Geirangerfjord, for the amazing views and waterfalls 
Donna: Oslo, it has much to see. I enjoy history, seeing The Royal Palace and other architectural buildings.

Q: What is your favorite winter activity? 
John: Snowball Fights!
Donna: Playing in the snow with my grandchildren, sledding and having a friendly snowball exchange.

Q: Favorite member benefit at Sons of Norway? 
John: E-post, the monthly newsletter.
Donna: Learning about the culture and the lodge events.

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