11/21 Weddings

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Harding-Bingham

Jennifer Jo Harding of Dallas and Jonathan Randall Bingham of Albany were married Aug. 11 at the historic Gentle House in Monmouth.

The bride is the daughter of Martin and Linda Harding of Albany. The groom is the son of Joe and Gayle Young of Candler, N.C. and Randy and Marcia Bingham of Refugio, Texas.

The Rev. Sara Staton officiated the ceremony.

Maid of honor was Hillary Stone and bridesmaids were Katherine Cowan and Tynan Weed. Flower girl was Zene Roth and ring bearer, Ryan Bibler.

Best man was Raymond More and groomsmen, Jimmy Roth and Eric Johnson.

Jennifer, a 1999 graduate of West Albany High School and 2003 graduate of Willamette University, is an administrative assistant for Polk County Public Works.

Jonathan, a 1994 graduate of Red Mountain High School in Mesa, Ariz., is a student at Oregon State University majoring in environmental resources.

The newlyweds plan a honeymoon trip at a later date and make their home in Dallas.

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Kindwall-Campbell

Christina Anne Kindwall of Seattle and Cameron Campbell of Seattle were married on July 7 at Five Rock Ranch in Yamhill.

The bride is the daughter of Richard and Judy Kindwall of Dallas. The groom is the son of Leslie Sirota of Benicia, Calif., and Jac and Dorothy Campbell of Hilo, Hawaii.

Dave Pederson, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church in Dallas, and the Rev. Leslie Sirota officiated the ceremony.

Maid of honor was Cheryl Kindwall, and bridesmaids were Joni Kindwall-Moore, Lindy Graham, Monica Monge and Amber Taylor.

Flower girls were Chia Victor, Cessna Fredrick and Chenoa Fredrick.

Best man was Timothy Joyce, and groomsmen were Bud Campbell, Arieh Campbell, David Fredrick and Roy Moore.

Christina, a 1996 graduate of Dallas High School and 2000 graduate of University of Montana, is producer and director for Screaming Flea Productions. Cameron, a 1993 graduate of Benicia High School, is coowner of Lustre Communications.

The newlyweds honeymooned in the Croatian Islands and make their home in Seattle.



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