Jill Forsman and Rick Martin, both of Spokane, plan to marry May 23.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Charles and Teresa Forsman, Deer Park. The groom-to-be is the son of Stacey and Jennifer Martin, Kennewick.
The bride-to-be is a student at Washington State University. The groom-to-be is a student at Spokane Community College.
Katie Wardell and Nick Howard, both of Spokane, plan to marry June 26.
Ray Wardell, Eagleville, Pa., and Pieper Wardell, McMinnville, Ore., are parents of the bride-to-be. The groom-to-be is the son of Tim and Ginny Howard, Spokane.
The bride-to-be is a student at Eastern Washington University. A graduate of Gonzaga University, the groom-to-be is also a student at EWU.
Michelle Stutz and William Armstrong, both of Spokane, plan to marry July 18.
Kathryn Stutz, Fresno, Calif., is the mother of the bride-to-be. The groom-to-be is the son of Steve and Kathy Armstrong, and Penny and Oscar Haupt, all of Spokane.
Stutz graduated from San Francisco State University and works at Marjoni Marketing. A graduate of East Valley High School, Armstrong is the owner of Team Landscaping.
Sarah Beck and Jeffery Wallace, both of San Diego, plan to marry July 25.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Vince and Barbara Beck, Colbert. James Wallace, Irvine, Calif., and Evelyn Wallace, Orange, Calif., are the parents of the groom-to-be.
A graduate of Washington State University, Beck is a Spanish teacher at Ramona High School. Wallace is a graduate of San Diego State University and works as an associate economist for the city of San Diego.
Candie Johnson and Christopher Wellwood, both of Medical Lake, plan to marry Sept. 6.
The bride-to-be is the daughter of Gary and Patricia Johnson, Olympia. James Wellwood, Medical Lake, and Gloria Bunyard, Vancouver, are the parents of the groom-to-be.
A graduate of Spokane Falls Community College, the bride-to-be is employed at Medical Lake Chiropractic. The groom-to-be is a graduate of Clark College, Central Washington University, and Western States Chiropractic College and works as a chiropractor at Medical Lake Chiropractic.
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