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Kayla Joy Stauffer and Josiah Daryl Shenk, Lancaster, are engaged.
Kayla is the daughter of Wes and Marla Stauffer, Ephrata. She graduated from Ephrata High School in 2010 and will be graduating from Millersville University in May with a bachelor’s degree in early childhood and special education. She is student teaching at Aurora Christian Primary School in Edenglen, South Africa.
Josiah is the son of Daryl and Krista Shenk, Newmanstown. He graduated with the Susquehanna Valley Homeschool Diploma Program in 2008 and the Pa. School of Culinary Arts in 2011 with an associates degree in specialized business &tstr; culinary arts and restaurant management. He is employed by Shenk’s Refrigeration Service as a repair technician.
The couple will be married July 12.
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