THE DANISH BROTHERHOOD - LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
The following Danish Clubs might be able, to have a limited outside social picnic, with a 6 ft. spacing...
The Danish Soldiers Club, The LA Naver Club, The Danish Brotherhood and the Danish Frokost Club.
Of course, if you are concerned about the Virus, you should stay home.
Below 2019 photo of the LA Naver picnic area.
Meeting and Lunch. Meets 2nd Monday monthly. No meeting-July & August.
President: Richard Rowse phone: 626-446-8125
Contact: Secretary: Connie Hanson : 626-688-9120
Treasurer: Melissa Lay: 805-433-2241
The Danish Brotherhood In America was formed in 1882, with headquarters in Omaha, and was designed as an insurance firm for Danish immigrants. It is now a mostly social club with lodges all over the nation, loosely tied to a larger fraternal organization which does provide insurance for those who wish. The Los Angeles Lodge was formed in 1899 and celebrated its 114th anniversary in October, 2013. The Lodge publishes a monthly newsletter to which anyone can subscribe for $15 per year. You can belong to a Danish organization with membership costing $15 per year. Our lodge meets monthly, mostly on the second Tuesday at 11:30 am. We have a short business meeting, then lunch and refreshments. Yes, we do speak English mostly. You don't have to be Danish to join. Anyone with an interest in things Danish is welcome.
616 Norumbega Rd
Monrovia, CA 91016
Email - Connie Hanson
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