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Wednesday, November 12, 2008 • Posted November 11, 2008 10:00 PM

Doris and Robert Rahm of Hye, their children, spouses, and grandchildren flew to Las Vegas on October 15 for the wedding of their grandson Justin Lee Rahm of Garland, Texas and his fiancee Dawn Summer Harahan of Placentia, California. The wedding was held on Saturday, October 18 at The Wedding Chapel in the Mandalay Bay Hotel with the Reverend Adam Dueroe officiating.

The bride is the daughter of Betty and Timothy Harahan of Placentia, California. The groom is the son of Sherry and Alan Steigrod of Boca Raton, Florida and Bryan and Frances Rahm of Rowlett, Texas.

The maid of honor was Tara Crary of Orange, California. Bridesmaids were Kelli Rahm of San Diego, California, sister of the groom; Tracy Tan of Fort Worth; and Amber Jones of Orange, California.

Sann Yeap of Garland, Texas served as best man. Groomsmen were Joshua Bergman of Denton, Texas and Jake Pena of Garland, Texas.

The wedding reception was held at Giorgio Italian Restaurant in Mandalay Bay Hotel.

Justin and Dawn will reside in Garland, Texas.

Thursday, Marilyn Lawrence and Nan Mikes went to Seguin to watch Travis Burt, their grandson and nephew, play football. After the game, the “kids”, Nan Mikes, Debbie, Bobby, Shelby, and Travis Burt, took Marilyn and Lawrence to Chili’s for supper. It was their anniversary.

A big shout-out to Kelby Cox, son of Karen and Josh Cox, who got his first deer, a spike buck, last weekend at the Cove! His uncle, B'Lee Smith, was around to coach the novice hunter, so thanks, B'Lee!

Kudos to Darlene Kiernan and her associates, who organized the first annual Veterans' Day parade and assembly. It was wonderful to see all the veterans on the floats! Maybe next year there will be more, as word gets around about the event. The American Legion served a wonderful spaghetti lunch afterward. Hoorays to them as well.

Residents of Live Oak Medical Center thoroughly enjoyed the Veterans Parade on Saturday, November 8th. Live Oak staff brought out twenty residents to watch as the parade came by the nursing home.

There are three veterans living at the nursing home: George Ludolf, World War II veteran; Dennis Murray, Army veteran; and Pat Rion, Marines veteran.

Darlene Kiernan brought flags for residents to wave and Poppies were dropped off on Friday for staff and residents to wear.

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