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Celebrations 05-24-09

Ammann – Boylan

Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Werner and Sylvia Ammann of Charleston, S.C., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Andrea Ellen Ammann of Mount Pleasant, S.C., to Christopher Scott Boylan of Salisbury.
The bride-to-be is the granddaughter of Mrs. Mary Hawkins McCart and the late Mr. Troy Howard McCart of Hanahan, S.C., and the late Dr. and Mrs. George Andrew Ammann, Sr., of Haslett, Mich. Miss Ammann earned her Bachelor of Arts degrees in Art History and Studio Art from the College of Charleston. She was formerly employed by Charleston Lighting and Interiors.
The prospective groom is the son of the late Mrs. Nancy Wesley Boylan; and Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Gregg and Judy Boylan of Bonneau Beach, S.C. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wesley of Bristol, N.Y., and Mrs. Helen Boylan and the late Mr. Kenneth Boylan of Bloomfield, N.Y. Mr. Boylan earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in History from the College of Charleston and his Master of Arts degree in Administration and Supervision from The Citadel. He is Assistant Principal at Southeast Middle School in Salisbury.
A June 28 wedding is planned.

Bouk – Richmond

CLEVELAND ó Lydia Anne Steele Bouk and Aaron Patrick Rich?mond were united in marriage April 4, 2009, at Third Creek Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Don McCann officiated the 5 p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a reception at Millbridgfe Ruritan Club.
The bride was escorted by her daughter, Alexandria Bouk, and given in marriage by her father. Matron of honor was Jennifer Buckner of Shelby, and bridesmaids were Heather Whitaker Ward of Salisbury, Erin Bankston of Acworth, Ga., and Ashley Ammons of Marietta, Ga.
Groomsmen were Andre Cook, Bo Bello, Aaron Brand and Mario Rivers, all of Charlotte.
Flower girl was daughter of bride Alexandria Bouk. Acolyte was Hayes Pearson ,nephew of bride. Readers were Sara Bailey Wooten and Ashley Richmond, niece of groom, and guest book attendants were Ashley Fraley and Kaycee Ingram. Wedding coordinator was Wendy Fontenot, and pianist was Becky Lippard.
Lydia is the daughter of John and Joy Steele of Cleveland and granddaughter of the late OíNeil and Katherine Hutcheson of Dunwoody, Ga., and John and Eulalia Steele of Cleveland. She received her BA in English from Catawba College and her MA in English from UNC-Charlotte. She teaches at West Rowan High School.
The groom is the son of Patrick and Christina Richmond of States?ville and grandson of Eva Din?geldey of Silver Creek, N.Y., the late Malcolm Richmond and the late Dick and Lena Quinn. He received his BS in Mathematics from Fredonia State University and his MA in Education from Phoenix University. He teaches at West Rowan.
The couple are making their home in Cleveland.

Britt-Smith – Fowler

ROCKWELL ó Sara Britt-Smith and Jay L. Fowler were united in marriage May 11, 2009, at their residence. The Rev. Gene Martin officiated the 5 p.m. ceremony,
The bride was attended by Judy Jordan of China Grove as matron of honor. The groomís best man was Donald ěDocî White of Salisbury.
The couple will honeymoon in November in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Buckwell Eagle Award

Nicholas Gray Buckwell, son of Chip and Camilla Buckwell of Kannapolis, received his Eagle Scout Award May 17, 2009, at Trinity United Methodist Church, where he is a member of Troop 33.

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