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ENGAGEMENT: Bouley-Hoff

Grant Bouley and Kristina Hoff, along with their parents, Pete and Beth Bouley of Grand Forks, ND and Dave and Sharon Hoff of Washburn, ND announce their engagement.

Grant Bouley and Kristina Hoff, along with their parents, Pete and Beth Bouley of Grand Forks, ND and Dave and Sharon Hoff of Washburn, ND announce their engagement.

Grant, a 2002 graduate of Central High School, will graduate from the University of North Dakota this May with a degree in Criminal Justice and Military Science.

Kristina, a 2002 graduate of Washburn High School, will graduate in May 2008 with a masters in Occupational Therapy.

The two will marry in Washburn, ND on May 19th, 2007 and will reside at Ft. Bragg, NC.

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