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Nils Thorsheim of Oslo, Norway, left, was so impressed by a visit to Milan during its Syttende Mai celebration that he donated $5,000 for the community to purchase three defibrillators. Thorsheim and his friend Maud are shown. (Submitted photo)

Milan adds new 'flavors' to Syttende Mai

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One of the area's best-known Syttende Mai celebrations is taking on new flavors, but don't worry, all the original ones are back too.

Milan's Syttende Mai celebration next Saturday, May 16 will continue its popular "Smorgaas Tea.'' Traditional Norwegian foods and delicacies like lefse and Rommegrot, Kransekaka, Riskem with Rod Saus, Smultringer and Goro will be there for the enjoying.

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