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ENGAGEMENT: Onstad-Stortroen

Sarah Stortroen and Peter Onstad announce their engagement. Parents are Steve and Vickie Stortroen of Climax, MN; Jim and Audrey Onstad of Buffalo, MN. Sarah graduated from North Dakota State University, Fargo and is employed by Rasmussen College...

Sarah Stortroen and Peter Onstad announce their engagement. Parents are Steve and Vickie Stortroen of Climax, MN; Jim and Audrey Onstad of Buffalo, MN. Sarah graduated from North Dakota State University, Fargo and is employed by Rasmussen College, St. Cloud, MN.

Peter graduated from Concordia College, Moorhead and is employed by First Class Mortgage, Saint Cloud, MN. An April 4th wedding is planned at Zion Lutheran Church in Buffalo, MN.

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