Allan and Bonnie Franzluebbers of West Point are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kaylie Franzluebbers, to Austin Weitzenkamp, son of Chad Weitzenkamp of Uehling and Carrie and Scott Crawford of Scribner.

The bride is a 2014 graduate of West Point Central Catholic High School and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Creighton University in 2018. She plans on attending the University of Nebraska Lincoln in the fall to further her education.

The groom is a 2015 graduate of Scribner-Snyder Community Schools. He will graduate in December 2018 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Economics from the University of Nebraska Lincoln. He then plans to return to the Weitzenkamp family feedlot to begin his career on the farm.

The couple is planning a July 28, 2018, wedding at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in West Point.

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