The family of Raymond and Lorraine (Pinsonneault) Provencher gathered on Aug. 6, 2017 to celebrate their parents' 60th wedding anniversary at the Old Salt Restaurant in Hampton. 0
Manchester Memorial High School's Class of 1975 is hosting its 42-year reunion on Saturday, Sept. 30, from 6 to 11 p.m. at the Puritan Backroom, 245 Hooksett Road. 0
Mr. and Mrs. David Coutu of Manchester announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Coutu, to Kurt Diercksen, son of Dr. and Mrs. Peter Diercksen of Castelton, Vt. 0
Peter and Irene Labombarde of Bedford announce the engagement of their daughter, Jocelyn Grace Labombarde, to Elliot Hunter Young, son of Dr. and Mrs. George S. Young of Athens, Ga. 0
The engagement of Ashley Marie Haskell, daughter of Derwood J. Haskell and the late Elaine Haskell, to Andrew James Siergiewicz, son of James and Barbara Siergiewicz of Rockport, Mass., is announced. 0
Dr. and Mrs. Dennis Kelly of Bedford are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lauren Katherine Kelly, to Tyler James Saltzman, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Saltzman of Bedford. 0
Frank and Darlene Cavanaugh of Chichester are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Amanda Cavanaugh, to Russell Newton, son of Bill and Patricia Newton of East Lyme, Conn. 0
Stephanie Drewniak and Rob Martel, both of Manchester, have planned a beach wedding for September. 0
Susan Lynn Boisvert of Litchfield and Bryan Robert Hogan of Plymouth were married June 25, 2016, in a double-ring ceremony by the Very Rev. Andrew Cryans at St. Thomas More Church in Durham. 0
Ashley Eileen Bugay of Mohnton, Pa., and Carl-Werner Scott of Plymouth, N.H., were married by the Rev. Canon John Francis at Christ Episcopal Church in Reading, Pa., on June 10, 2017. 0
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