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ENGAGEMENT: Seaberg-Storbakken

Summer Storbakken and Bart Seaberg will be married in the Garden Chapel at the Vegas Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, NV on April 3, 2007. Parents of the bride are LuAnn Storbakken of Grand Forks, ND and Alan Storbakken of Champlin, MN. Parents of th...

Summer Storbakken and Bart Seaberg will be married in the Garden Chapel at the Vegas Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas, NV on April 3, 2007. Parents of the bride are LuAnn Storbakken of Grand Forks, ND and Alan Storbakken of Champlin, MN. Parents of the groom are Jon and Vicky Seaberg of Cando, ND.

Summer graduated from East Grand Forks Senior High School and The North Dakota State College of Science with a degree in Medical Records. She is employed by Noridian Administrative Services. Bart graduated from Cando High School and is employed by Western Polymer Corporation.

A celebratory dance will be held in honor of the couple on Saturday, April 14th, 2007 at 9 PM at the Highlander in Grand Forks, ND. All family and friends are welcome. The couple resides in Grand Forks, ND.

The wedding can be viewed live at 7PM Pacific (9PM Central) at www.702wedding.com click 'view weddings' then 'garden chapel.'

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