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Newly Called Missionary

Zackary Earl Rouse, 18, of Emida, Idaho, received his call to serve a two-year mission to the Santos, Brazil Mission, for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and will enter the Sao Paulo, Brazil Missionary Training Center on Feb. 13. He is the son of Greg and Renee Rouse, also of Emida.

A 2017 graduate of St. Maries High School, Zackary has the honorable distinction of being an Eagle Scout. He was also 1st Team All State & Conference linebacker in 2016 and along with his team headlined as Football State Champs for 2016. Elder Rouse has been working the family business alongside his parents.

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