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Schible and O’Day To Marry
Kelsey Lee O’Day and Jason Michael Schible are pleased to announce that they are engaged to be married.
Kelsey, a 2009 graduate of Friday Harbor High School, has recently started school at the Gene Juarez Academy in Seattle, where she will study the fine art of hair design.
Jason, who has lived and worked on Lopez and San Juan Island, is about to begin the Marine Maintenance Technology Program at Skagit Valley College in Anacortes, where he will learn the fine art of boat and engine maintenance and repair.
After obtaining their certificates, the couple will be married on San Juan Island.
Susan Meister and Robert Montgomery announce their engagement and intended wedding in February 2011.
Meister, formerly a resident of Friday Harbor, was the creator of Pelindaba Lavender and was a principal in San Juan County's campaign for Home Rule.
She is currently President of Communicore, an international medical communcations organization she founded in 1984. Montgomery is an honors graduate of West Point, a Rhodes Scholar, and for many years practiced international trade law in Washington, DC. The couple plan to live in Pebble Beach and San Francisco, California and to visit Friday Harbor often.
Stephanie Sandwith & Dallas Osburn
Pat and Debbie Sandwith of Friday Harbor, WA. happily announce the engagement of their daughter, Stephanie Sandwith (FHHS class of 2002) to Dallas Osburn, son of Mrs. Bobbi Jo Osburn and the late Mr. Dave Osburn of Santa Maria, CA.
Stephanie & Dallas both are 2008 graduates of Cal Poly University, San Luis Obispo, CA
A September wedding is planned at Rancho San Lorenzo in Los Alamos, CA
Future Mr. & Mrs. Dallas Osburn make their home in Santa Maria, CA
Elizabeth Erin & Jon Dylan Crosby Wed
Therese and Dennis Pratt of Friday Harbor are pleased to announce the Sept. 4 marriage of their daughter, Elizabeth Erin, to Jon Dylan Crosby, son of Teri Johnson and Lloyd Crosby of Missoula, Montana.
Father Raymond Heffernan conducted the ceremony at St. Francis Parish Church. The bride’s attendants included her sister, Jillian Pratt of Algonquin, Ill., and friends Adrianna Baryla of Chicago and Lauren Walsh of Anacortes. Serving as flower girl was the groom’s goddaughter, Seanisti Richardson of Friday Harbor.
The groomsmen were friends Mike Baker of Bozeman, Mont., John Richardson of Friday Harbor, and the bride’s brother, Geoffrey Pratt of Friday Harbor. Among the guests were friends and relatives who had traveled from Arizona, Idaho, Illinois, Montana and Wisconsin.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the U.W. Friday Harbor Labs Dining Hall.
Dylan and Elizabeth will be residing in Friday Harbor.
San Juan Island Trails, Bike Trails
The San Juan Island Trails, Bike Trails Sub-committee held a fun group bike ride event Turnout for this event was impressive with almost 30 enthusiastic riders ranging in age from 4 years old to over 70 years old.
Saturday’s riders were a well rounded group whose goals include improving local non-motorized transportation and commuting options, bike safety improvements such as education, signage and multi-use trails, increasing awareness (of sharing roadways with cyclists) among local motorists, creating mountain bike trails, and just having a good time.
San Juan Trails/Bicycle Trails
This Saturday 11/1/08 The San Juan Trails/Bicycle Trails group invites all cyclists on the island to join us in a fun ride.
Our first group ride event will start Saturday at 11:00 am departing from the FHHS Turnbull Gym parking lot. The ride will go around Turn point, and take approximately 45 minutes to 1 1/2 hours depending on how fast you want to ride.
Every cyclist of any age and ability is welcome and encouraged to join us. Wear a helmet and plan to ride at your own pace. The only requirement is that you HAVE FUN!!
Drop in at the Farmer's Market before or after the ride in the High School Commons area for coffee, snacks or just to support the local farmers!
We plan for this to be the first of many regularly scheduled monthly, weekly, or bi-weekly rides , promote safety improvements and connect/unite local bicycle enthusiasts. Further rides will be announced.
On Tuesday, June 24, Sara Grace Johnson, originally of Friday Harbor, married Jason Vann, originally of New York City, at the Corinthian Yacht Club in Tiburon, California. The date is a special one: Johnson’s grandparents, parents, and sister were all married on June 24. Her parents also married at the Corinthian Yacht Club.
The bride is currently living in Mountain View, CA, and working as a guidance counselor in East Palo Alto. The couple met while Johnson was working in a group home on Long Island and Vann was working as an accountant in Manhattan. They plan to make their home in California.
Sara Grace, an alumna of Spring Street School and Stanford University, is the daughter of George Johnson and Milene Henley.