Vikings Ring Bells for the Red Kettle Campaign

John and Robin Hogan Ring Bells for the Salvation Army

Thank you to all who rang bells for the Salvation Army on December 9th. Our bell ringers are: Toots Porter, Tom Eckberg, Steve Kosthorst, Joyce Dahlgren, John and Robin Hogan (Pictured), Betsy Lynch, Janet, Randy and Tim Miller, Bryan Nelson, Dick Moller, and an extra big thanks to our organizer Al Johnson.

Adopt-A-Highway Program

Adopt A Highway Crew

Kneeling from left: Debbie Rohland & Linda Butryn. Standing from left: Ron Krasinski, Vonnie Krasinski, Lori Watson, Beth Ecklund, Ron Mohr, Marlene Sanders, Doug Sanders, Laura Mohr & Dave watson

Benefit Fundraiser held for Maple Springs Fire Department

Chief, Vice Chief and trustee making spaghetti

Viking Officers are pictured preparing spaghetti sauce for a benefit to assist the Maple Springs Fire Department to Purchase a LUCAS 2 Chest Compression System. From left are Tim Miller, Chief; Steve Kosthorst, Vice Chief; and Bryan Nelson, Past Chief and Head Trustee

The dinner was held Sunday, April 22, 2012 from noon to 3:00 PM. This event raised approximately $900.00 for the LUCAS 2 Chest Compression System. Thank you to all who volunteered their time to work and to all who bought tickets.

Donation to Maple Springs Fire Department

Presentatio of Donation to the Maple Springs Fire 
         Department

On October 22, 2011, Head Viking Trustee Bryan Nelson presents $5,000 check to Maple Springs Fire Department Chief Doug Conroe.

Pictured are Tom McClain, ENT; Luann Whitcomb, FD Secretary; Tim Miller, Viking Chief; Bryan Nelson, Viking Trustee, Doug Conroe, Fire Chief; Bob Greenwalt and Toots Porter, Viking Trustees.

A BIG VIKING THANKS to JIMMY SCRIVEN AND THE BAND HARBOUR KNIGHTS for the donation of their time and talent on October 22nd’s Benefit for the Maple Springs Fire Department and their efforts to purchase a Lucas 2 Chest Compression System. The Chest Compression Machine provides the necessary chest compressions for an individual who has suffered a cardiac arrest and a defibrillator has not been able to restart the heart. The Compression Machine costs $15,000.00. Also a special thank you for all the band has done this year.

Also a big Viking Thank You to everyone who contributed to the Bake Sale and everyone who donated their time and money making the benefit a huge success

Hurricane Sandy

Vikings donate to Hurricane Sandy victims

Vikings Send Help to Hurricane Sandy Victims. Our Viking Lodge partnered with Fastenal to send $1,573.77 worth of clean up items such as gloves, shovels, garbage bags, safety glasses, dust masks, duct tape to hurricane Sandy Victims. These items were loaded on a bus heading for New York City.
Pictured left to right: John Shafer (Fastenal employee), “Toots” Porter, Head Viking Trustee Bryan Nelson, Fastenal General Manager Russ Bell, Ron Willey, Linda Smith, Ingjald Lodge Chief Steve Kosthorst.

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