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ENGAGEMENT: Hoffert-Midboe

Christina Hoffert and Jarrod Midboe announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Robert and Kathleen Hoffert of Wyndmere, ND and Duane and Kathy Midboe of Climax, MN.

Christina Hoffert and Jarrod Midboe announce their engagement. Parents of the couple are Robert and Kathleen Hoffert of Wyndmere, ND and Duane and Kathy Midboe of Climax, MN.

Christina graduated from Minnesota State University, Moorhead, and is employed by Byrne Integrated Communications, Gig Harbor, WA.

Jarrod graduated from Bemidji State University and is employed by Charles River Laboratories Clinical Services, Tacoma, WA.

A June 23rd wedding is planned at Zion Lutheran Church of Amor, Battle Lake.

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