1970-79 Performance Archives

The Stoughton High School Norwegian Dancers 1970s Wayback Machine

One of the things that makes the Stoughton High School Norwegian Dancers special is its longevity. The group is now in its 60th year. That works out to be about three generations.

In this day and age where so much is temporary or short term, we think it is special to have a 60 year tradition. With that in mind, we hope that this page featuring pictures of dancers from years past will help illustrate that tradition and hopefully inspire people to send in pictures from years, dancers, and performances gone by.

 
As many know, Jeanne Reek was the group’s first director from 1953 up through 1999. Here she is receiving a humanitarian award for efforts in promoting Norwegian culture. The award is being presented by the Norwegian Consul, which at the time was in Madison.



The Stoughton High School Norwegian Dancers 1970s Wayback Machine

One of the things that makes the Stoughton High School Norwegian Dancers special is its longevity. The group is now in its 60th year. That works out to be about three generations.

In this day and age where so much is temporary or short term, we think it is special to have a 60 year tradition. With that in mind, we hope that this page featuring pictures of dancers from years past will help illustrate that tradition and hopefully inspire people to send in pictures from years, dancers, and performances gone by.

 
As many know, Jeanne Reek was the group’s first director from 1953 up through 1999. Here she is receiving a humanitarian award for efforts in promoting Norwegian culture. The award is being presented by the Norwegian Consul, which at the time was in Madison.