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Abby Jenkins, Marc Wrolsen Announce Engagement

OSWEGO, NY – Mr. and Mrs. Paul and Michelle Jenkins of Canastota are excited to announce the engagement of their daughter, Abby, to Marc Wrolsen.

Abby Jenkins and Marc Wrolsen

Abby Jenkins and Marc Wrolsen

Mr. Wrolsen is the son of Mrs. Katherine Wrolsen and the late Mr. Bruce Wrolsen.

Ms. Jenkins is a graduate of SUNY Oswego and is pursuing a Masters of Political Management from George Washington University while working as the Program Coordinator for the Tobacco Free Network of Oswego County.

Mr. Wrolsen graduated from Clarkson University and works as a Maintenance Reliability Planner for Novelis in Oswego.

A November 2013 wedding is being planned.

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