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Craig and Jonna 9/14/19

Filed in Wedding — September 20, 2019

Here’s to Craig and Jonna, May your life together be long and happy filled with love and laughter! Thank you for inviting me to be a part of your special day, it was truly an honor for me to facilitate your rehearsal and officiate your wedding ceremony. The weather was beautiful, the venue was perfect, Glacier Canyon Conference Center and Hotel in Wisconsin Dells, and to work with the venue’s Events Coordinator, Jennifer, was a pleasure! So, here’s to you both… Congratulations

Rev. Sarah



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