Corcoran-Port Wedding

Catheryn Port of Incline Village, Nev., and Erik Corcoran of Gorham, were married July 18, 2017, in a double ring ceremony at City Hall in San Francisco, Calif.

The bride is the daughter of Margo and David Port, and the groom is the son of Karen and Richard Corcoran.

The matron of honor was Austin Stewart and Best Man was Eamon Kelley.

A lovely reception was held at The Beach Chalet oceanside in beautiful Golden Gate Park.

The bride graduated from Truckee Meadows Community College and has her EMT license for the State of Nevada.

The groom graduated from Gorham High School, and Southern New Hampshire University with a bachelor's degree in information technology. He is presently employed at Clear Capitol, in Truckee, Calif., as an IT Engineer II.

The couple currently reside in Incline Village, Nev., with their two daughters, Violet and Zoe.



Ouellet-Plante engagement

Carl and Rachele Ouellet are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Morgan Desirae of Berlin to Robert Plante Jr. of Rochester, son of Catherine and Robert Plante Sr. The couple is planning a Fall 2018 wedding. 

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Tremblay-Haynes engagement

Mr. and Mrs. Roger Roberge are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Sara Tremblay to Tyler Haynes. Tyler is the son of Pastor Rob Haynes and his wife Wendy of Berlin. Sara is the daughter of John Tremblay of Randolph and Tamara Roberge of Berlin. A December 2017 wedding is planned. (PHOTO COURTESY OF DREAM BIG PHOTOGRAPHY)

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Johnson Wedding

Roland Johnson and Layla Johnson were united in marriage on June 17, 2017, at Runnells Hall in Tamworth. Lucille Michaud served as justice of the peace. The couple wrote their personal vows and rings were exchanged. 

The bride is the daughter of Donald and Lisa Johnson. The groom is the son of Gail Keene of Berlin. 

The bride wore an off-white lace strength dress and carried a bouquet of assorted lavender and pink flowers. Hannah Quinn, sister of the bride, was maid of honor.

Anthony Quinn, brother-in-law of the bride, was best man. Nia Quinn the bride's niece was the flower girl. The bride's father walked her down the aisle to meet her groom. Both Donald and Lisa Johnson gave the bride to the be married. 

The reception was also held at Runnells Hall which was decorated in lavender and pink. Sarah's Catering served a buffet and music by Peter Heimlick and Doug Hazard was enjoyed by all. The photographer was Andrea Kennett, the bride's aunt. The three-tiered heart-shaped cake, decorated in lavender and pink, was made by Stephen Michaud of Gorham. 

Members and friends of the family attended from local areas. 

Mr. and Mrs. Johnson honeymooned in southern New Hampshire and now reside in North Conway.