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ENGAGEMENT: Kalenze- Erickson

Kaylyn Erickson and Nick Kalenze along with their parents, Carol and Rod Erickson of Grand Forks and Steve and Wendy Kalenze of Mary Esther, FL announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.

Kaylyn Erickson and Nick Kalenze along with their parents, Carol and Rod Erickson of Grand Forks and Steve and Wendy Kalenze of Mary Esther, FL announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.

Kaylyn is a 2002 graduate of Grand Forks Central High School and a 2006 graduate of the University of North Dakota with a bachelor's degree in Psychology. She is currently attending graduate school at the University of North Dakota for her master's degree in Counseling. Kaylyn is also employed by Altru Hospital.

Nick is a 2002 graduate of Fort Walton Beach High School in Fort Walton Beach, Florida and a 2006 graduate of Florida State University with a bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering. He will attend the University of North Dakota in the fall to pursue his master's degree in Environmental Engineering. Nick is currently employed by Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc. in Grand Forks.

A May 18th, 2007 wedding is planned at St. Michael's Catholic Church in Grand Forks with a reception and dance to follow at the Celebrity Ballroom.

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