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Weddings

Calie Marie Rogers
David Lee Macdonald

Mick and Laurie Rogers of Orangeville announce the marriage of their daughter Calie Marie to David Lee Macdonald, son of Joseph and Sherrie Macdonald of Huntington. The couple has chosen July 16 to be married. A garden reception will be held in their honor from 7-9 p.m. at the home of the bride's parents.

Calie is a 2002 graduate of Emery High School and is currently attending Weber State University through Utah Valley Regional Medical Center where she is working to complete her BS as a respiratory therapist.

Dave is a 2001 graduate of Emery High School and is currently attending Utah Valley State College as a journeyman electrician.

The couple plan to make their home in Spanish Fork while they continue their education.

Stephanie Cox
Dustin Larsen

Michael and Darla Cox of American Fork (formerly of Castle Dale)announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Stephanie Cox to Dustin Larsen, son of Scott and Mary Larsen, of Alpine. The couple will be wed in the Mount Timpanogous LDS Temple on July 15. A reception will be held in their honor from 6:30-9:30 p.m. that same evening at the Bungalow, 235 South 100 West, Pleasant Grove, for all family and friends. Stephanie is a graduate of Lone Peak High School. She has been attending Snow College and will continue her education in the fall.

Dustin is also a graduate of Lone Peak High School and is currently attending Brigham Young University. He served a LDS mission to Cordoba, Argentina.

The couple will make their first home in Fountain Green.

Kamie Kinder
Brandon Conover

Scott and Janet Kinder announce the marriage of their daughter Kamie Kinder to Brandon Gil Conover, son of Gil and Melody Conover on July 17. They, with their parents, welcome all friends and family to a reception held in their honor that evening from 7-9 p.m. at the home of Janet and Scott, 461 West 400 North, Huntington

In the event of inclement weather, the reception will be at Huntington Stake Center, 215 North Main, Huntington.





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