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Stafholt saw its beginning in Blaine in 1944 when the Icelandic League of North America raised funds to build its Icelandic Old Folks Home at 360 D Street. It was called Stafholt, an Icelandic word meaning “safe place or shelter,” and has been a special part of the heritage of the Blaine community ever since. In July 1986, The Evangelical Lutheran Good Samaritan Society took ownership of the Stafholt Icelandic Old Folks Home. The name Stafholt remains as a tribute and reminder of its Icelandic heritage.
The beautiful waterfront town of Blaine is on the United States and Canadian border and is only a 45-minute drive from Vancouver, B.C. Blaine is famous for its Peace Arch and surrounding Peace Arch Park.