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Scandinavian festival receives donations

The Nordic Culture Clubs Scandinavian Hjemkomst Festival has received a contribution of $5,000 for three years from the Sons of Norway. Norwill Gourmet Food Service has contributed a $2,500 program sponsorship. Entertainment sponsorships of $1,00...

The Nordic Culture Clubs Scandinavian Hjemkomst Festival has received a contribution of $5,000 for three years from the Sons of Norway.

Norwill Gourmet Food Service has contributed a $2,500 program sponsorship.

Entertainment sponsorships of $1,000 or more have been donated by AmericInn of Moorhead, Fargo Comfort Suites, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Hotel Donaldson, Hornbacher's Foods, Icelandair, Nosreier & Sons, Olsen Fish Company, Select Inn and State Bank & Trust.

Grants have been received from the following organizations in support of the 2007 festival: city of Moorhead, $3,280; Lake Region Arts Council, $2,440; Lake Agassiz Arts Council, $2,000; Royal Norwegian Consul General in Minneapolis, $1,000; and the Minnesota Finnish American Historical Society, $500.

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