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Seen on Scene: At the Sons of Norway’s Lutefisk Dinner

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Ralph and Darlene Church, left, came from Henderson with fellow Minnesotans Eldora and Ed Braaten to celebrate their Scandinavian heritage at the Sons of Norway’s annual Lutefisk dinner Saturday at the Boulder City Elks Lodge.

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Mireya Gradilla of Las Vegas attended her first Lutefisk dinner Saturday with family and friends who have been coming for years.

Left, Audrey and Leif Elstad, from right, Erik Elstad and Ida Hanson reach the front of the line to fill their plates with fish, pork, Scandinavian meatballs and traditional sides at the Sons of Norway’s annual Lutefisk dinner Saturday at the Boulder City Elks Lodge.

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Jim Nelson of Henderson and Ruth Ballis of Boulder City enjoyed the Sons of Norway’s annual Lutefisk dinner Saturday, though they warned not everyone is a fan of the fish.

Jennifer Ringler, on left from back to front, Anne Ringler, 10, and Dan McCarty, 13, along with Evan Ringler, 16, right, all from Henderson, brought Kristin Grinager of South Dakota to the Sons of Norway’s annual Lutefisk dinner Saturday at the Boulder City Elks Lodge.

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Olaf Stanton of Boulder City prepares to celebrate at the Sons of Norway’s annual Lutefisk dinner Saturday with the shot-ski he made from a snow ski that belonged to his brother Bjorn, who died when they were young men.

The local Sons of Norway lodge hosted hundreds of diners of Scandinavian descent from across Southern Nevada during its annual Lutefisk dinner Saturday at the Boulder City Elks Lodge.

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