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Snapshots: Week of Oct. 16, 2015

Terry and Kay Kraft are happy to announce the engagement of their son, Dan Kraft, to Maggie Harkins, daughter of Brian and Maureen Harkins. Maggie is a 2008 graduate of Villa Walsh Academy in Morristown, N.J. Dan is a 2007 graduate of Grand Junction High School in Grand Junction. Both Dan and Maggie are graduates of Colorado College in Colorado Springs, Colo. Dan also earned a Masters Degree from Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oreg. Both Dan and Maggie are working in the Seattle, Wash. area. A May 2016 wedding in upstate New York is being planned.
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