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Category: Czech Connection

The Meadowlands National Hall in Meadowlands, MN, is on the National Register of Historic Places. It stands as an example of the many historical lodges built across the United States by Czech and Slovak immigrants, and is still in use today by No. 361 members and the community. It is a visible expression of the Czech heritage and culture in Minnesota.

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Lodge Hall Memories

Feb 19, 2018

Category: Czech Connection

The lodge hall is one of the places you can find in blossoming communities across the United States. These buildings serve as gathering areas for groups of people who share common bonds. For Western Fraternal Life, the original lodges were largely founded by Czech and Slovak immigrants. In this article, we explore stories submitted by members of what their experience in the local lodge hall was like in years past.

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A Unique Take on Cake

Feb 01, 2018

Category: Kitchen Talk

Cake recipes from our members for the February 2018 issue of the Fraternal Herald.

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