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Shalise Weaver
Daniel Cook

Doug and Laurel Weaver of Castle Dale announce the marriage of their daughter Shalise to Daniel Lee Cook, son of Chall and Annette Cook of Huntington. They will be married on March 4 in the Manti LDS Temple. A reception will be held in their honor for all family and friends the following evening, March 5, from 6-8 p.m. at the Senior Citizen Center, 85 North 200 East in Castle Dale.

Shalise and Dan are both 2001 graduates of Emery High School. Shalise graduated with an associate degree from College of Eastern Utah in 2003. She spent the past year working as a nanny in New York and is currently enrolled in the physical therapy program at Salt Lake Community College.

Dan served a LDS mission in the Quito Ecuador Mission. He has since completed his associate degree at CEU and is currently employed at the Gateway Center in Salt Lake City.

The couple will reside in Salt Lake City where both plan to continue their education.

Heather Myerhoff
Charles Wood

Tom and Loyette Holdaway, and Bruce Myerhoff, announce the marriage of their daughter Heather Noelle Myerhoff to Charles Max Wood, son of Dr. Max and Jackie Wood of Orem. They will be married in the Manti Temple on March 4.

The couple will be honored with a reception at the Huntington Stake Center that evening from 6-8 p.m. An open house will follow the next week.

Chuck and Heather will make their home in Provo.

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