Rayson-Harrington engagement

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BRIDE-ELECT'S FULL NAME: Kaelyn Rayson BRIDE-ELECT'S ADDRESS: Troy, MT BRIDE-ELECTS'S EDUCATION: Graduated from Troy High School in 2007, then graduated from Montana State University in 2011 with a B.S. in Family & Consumer Sciences  NAME AND ADDRESS OF BRIDE-ELECT'S PARENTS: Kurt & Lisa Rayson of Troy, MT BRIDEGROOM-ELECT'S FULL NAME: Chris Harrington  BRIDEGROOM-ELECT'S ADDRESS: Belgrade, MT  BRIDEGROOM-ELECT'S EDUCATION: Graduated from Belgrade High School in 2004  BRIDEGROOM-ELECT'S EMPLOYMENT: Apprentice Lineman at Mountain States Line Constructors  NAME AND ADDRESS OF BRIDEGROOM-ELECT'S PARENTS: Kevin & Jeanne Harrington of Livingston, MT and Joe & Michelle Rockafellow of Livingston, MT DATE & LOCATION OF CELEBRATION: August 15th, 2015 at Bull Lake, Troy, MT 

Kurt and Lisa Rayson of Troy have announced the engagement of their daughter, Kaelyn Rayson, to Chris Harrington of Belgrade.

Harrington’s parents are Kevin and Jeanne Harrington of Livingston, and Joe and Michele Rockafellow of Livingston. 

Kaelyn graduated from Troy High School in 2007. She earned a bachelor of science degree at Montana State University in 2011. 

Chris graduated from Belgrade High School in 2004. He is an apprentice lineman at Mountain States Line Constructors. 

The wedding will be held Aug. 15, 2015, at Bull Lake. 

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