Danish Social Club of Victoria Nyheder - April 2022

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NYHEDER - NOTICE Annual General Meeting - April 28, 2022

DANISH SOCIAL CLUB OF VICTORIA Board of Directors

Dear Members: It has been a really long time since we last met. That last occassion was Fastelavn in February of 2020. It was shortly after this that Covid and the related restrictions hit hard and we have been unable to get together since. April 8th all Covid mandates are scheduled to be dropped. Trusting thathere will be no changes to this, the executive is looking to organize an Annual General meeting for the 28th of April at 3:30 pm at Norway Hall. The main purpose of this is to plan how to restart the club. While we have been unable to meet, the Norwegians have been busy making some improvements to their hall. These improvements come along with some changes to rental practices. For example, rental costs have been increased considerably and the dates that clubs such as ours can meet have been restricted. The only dates that we have been able to get are the following: Thursday, November 17 (Men’s Dinner) and Saturday, December 17 (Christmas Dinner). The agenda for this meeting will cover these restrictions and the dates the executive is proposing for some upcoming events. It is hoped that members will contribute their thoughts and ideas to help us restart club activities. The executive wants all members in good standing for 2020 to know that they will also be in good standing for 2022. Please plan to attend and reconnect with members you haven’t seen in a long time. It will be a time of sharing ideas and having tea/coffee and aebelskiver. Looking forward to seeing you all….

Vice President Finn Sander 778-432-0260 fsander1940@gmail.com Treasurer Grethe Russell 778-432-2717 gretheandtom@gmail. com Secretary Rosemary Frederiksen 250 478-0537 rosehans@shaw.ca Social Directors Karen Kierkegaard 250-658-4872 j.k@shaw.ca Annemari Hermans 778-425-4391 annemari@shaw.ca Membership Director Tom Russell 778-432-2717 gretheandtom@gmail. com Publicity Gloria Sander 778-432-0260 gsander008@gmail.com

Hans Frederiksen, President Hans Frederiksen President

April 28 June 9 November 17 December 17

President Hans Frederiksen 250 478-0537 rosehans@shaw.ca

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>>> 2022 Event Calendar <<< Annual General Meeting TBA Mens Dinner Christmas Dinner

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2019 - Covid arrived and we were no longer able to see and enjoy each others company. From Fastelavn to Christmas dinners - what memories. Please share a few pcture moments with me. Some members are no longer with us and we will miss them. 2022 - Covid is still with us, BUT we are going to be able to meet. On April 28th at 3:30pm, Please come and join us at the Norwegian House - Annual General Meet-

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