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50th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY: Bing and Rae Ann Larson

Bing and Rae Ann Larson of Grand Forks celebrated this occasion at a reception with family and friends at the Holiday Inn in Grand Forks on July 13, 2007.

Bing and Rae Ann Larson of Grand Forks celebrated this occasion at a reception with family and friends at the Holiday Inn in Grand Forks on July 13, 2007.

The reception was hosted by their four children, Jeff (Dorene) Larson, Hudson, WI; Julie (Paco) Burrell, Colorado Springs, Co; Jay (Karen) Larson, Pensacola, FL; Jodi (Bob) O'Brien, La Crosse, WI; and 11 grand children.

Bing and Rae Ann were married on July 21, 1957 in the First Presbyterian Church in Minot, ND.

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