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Torske Klub History at the 25th Anniversary - 1985
Our History Continued: 1985-2005
by Ken Larson
and Robert Alsaker
The Torske Klub has evolved in many ways:
location of the klub dinners has moved a total of three times. The first move
was from the original Norway Center to the Scandinavian American Cultural
Society (SACS) facility in Palatine. When the SACS facility was sold, the
dinners moved to the Homestead Restaurant in River Gove. Finally, the dinners
moved to their present location, hosted by the Elks Club in Des Plaines.
Klub has continued its fine tradition of speakers and programs, including
notable local, national and international celebrities, politicians, authors,
sports figures and many others. Since 1985, we have been visited by Superbowl
Bears player Kurt Becker; the late Senator Paul Simon; Chicago Cub Andy Pafko;
Sox and Yankees great Moose Skowron; NorwayÍ©nister of Fisheries and Governor
of Troms County, Svein Ludvigsen; Halvard Johansen, Minister of Fisheries to the
U.S.; author Jerry Rosholt (ì¥ Goes to Warà¡®d many other notable speakers.
dinners are essentially the same as 1960, the format changes occasionally. We
introduced Norwegian Sweater day for February meetings and corrected the
long-time omission of inviting our daughters to the March father/son day. In the
last twenty years, the Torske Klub has expanded the role of the raffle, which
has served to entertain and financially augment our activities. Our membership
continues to grow every year.
The Torske Klub restarted an old tradition in 2002. Answering an invitation by
the Madison Torske Klubben, our Chicago group chartered a bus and attended the
dinner there. The group repeated this excursion in January 2005. We also
continue to participate in the annual Syttende Mai parade and Scandinavian Day
in Vasa Park.
The Chicago Torske Klub has also evolved in communications. From the original
postcard reminder of the dinner, we have grown to a more informative newsletter
and a web site: http://www.torskeklub.org
evolve the web site, youì ®otice the symbol we created for the internet:
Vikings at Work
We look forward to the next 45 years!
Those at the helm during these satisfying forty five
Irving Highland 1962-1980
Chris Johansen 1980-1990
Ralph Egeland 1990-1998
Robert Alsaker 1998-
Johansen, Sen. Paul Simon, Ken Larson á¹¸3
at the Syttende Mai Parade â°°4
Halvard Johansen (Norwegian Embassy, Ministry of Fisheries to U.S. ), Paul
Andersen (Norway Consul General in Chicago), Svein Ludvigsen (Norway Minister of
Fisheries and Governor of Troms), Robert Alsaker (Torske Klub Boss),- 2003
Torske Klub attendees to the Madison Torske Klubben ï£´ober 2003
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