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ENGAGEMENT: Staehnke-Torgerson

Emilee Torgerson and Matt Staehnke, together with their parents, Janna Torgerson, and the late Paul Torgerson, of Warren, Mn, and Robert and Denise Staehnke, of Crookston, Mn, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

Emilee Torgerson and Matt Staehnke, together with their parents, Janna Torgerson, and the late Paul Torgerson, of Warren, Mn, and Robert and Denise Staehnke, of Crookston, Mn, announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage.

The bride-to-be is a 2007 graduate of Minnesota State University Moorhead in Speech/Language Hearing Sciences, and will attend graduate school for Speech Pathology at MSUM in the fall.

Her fiance graduated from Northland Community and Technical College of East Grand Forks with a degree in Sales Marketing and Management and is currently employed in Crookston.

A July 28th wedding will be held in Warren.

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