12A MOORESVILLE TRIBUNE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2005 Lifestyles
Gary and Victoria Tucker of Mooresville Nelson and Jeanie Luffman of Mooresville
announce the engagement of their daughter, announce the engagement of their daughter,
Candace Victoria Tucker of Mooresville to Zane Wanda Gay Luffman of Mooresville, to Michael
Edward Carney of Huntersville, son of Edward Allen Hager of Statesville, son of Roger Hoover
and Sandra Carney of Abingdon, Va. of Harmony and the late Jerry Jordan.
A 2002 graduate of South Iredell High School, A graduate of Mooresville High School, the
the bride-elect graduated from Mitchell Com- bride-elect is presently employed at Thom-
munity College in 2005. She is presently working asville Furniture.
as an esthetician.
The groom-elect attended West Iredell High
The future groom is a 1999 graduate of Abing- School and is currently working at Thomasville
don High School. He is the owner of a landscap- Furniture.
ing and nursery business in the Charlotte area.
A 2 p.m. wedding is scheduled for Saturday,
A beach wedding on the island of St. Lucia is Oct. 22, 2005 at Shady Grove Baptist Church in
scheduled for Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005. Statesville.
Candace Victoria Tucker Wanda Gay Luffman
Zane Edward Carney Michael Allen Hager
Chester-Hardin pledge vows SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED:
MOORESVILLE WOMEN’S CLUB
Dale Bradshaw accepts the
at Broad Street UM Church Mooresville Woman’s
Club’s annual college
scholarship from Carolyn
Brawley, president of the
Jacquelyn Frances Hardin civic organization. Brad-
of Columbia, S.C. and Phillip shaw, a graduate of South
Andrew Chester of Gilbert, Iredell High School, is at-
S.C. were united in marriage tended the University of
at 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. North Ca-rolina at Chapel
10, 2005 at Broad Street Uni- Hill. The $500 stipend is
ted Methodist Church. Rev. part of the Woman’s Club’s
Mike Macdonald officiated
ongoing support of educa-
the afternoon ceremony. Ed-
die Karriker, organist, provid- tion in the community. A
ed the music for the wedding. major fundraising project
The bride is the daughter of the club will be a lunch-
of Steve and Korene Maynard eon and silent auction
of Statesville and the grand- scheduled for Oct. 22 from
daughter of James and Joann 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the
Hardin of Davidson, Mertle Charles Mack Citizen
Scully of Fertile, Minn. and Center. Reservations for the
Janet Maynard of Pineville, Oct. 22 event are neces-
W.Va. A graduate of South Ire- sary by Oct. 8 PHOTO COURTESY OF MOORESVILLE WOMEN’S CLUB
dell High School and Mit-
chell Community College, she
also graduated from Western
Carolina University in Cullo- COMMUNITY NOTES
whee and the University of free classes and an open house. inclusive. Reservations, call
South Carolina. She graduat- LAMB fundraiser
The Mooresville Knights of Classes are total body condition- Eloise 664-2857 or Frankie 857-
ed with a Master degree in ing for teens and adults 8-8:45 2998. Mooresville After 5 Chris-
criminal justice. Columbus council will be con-
ducting its LAMB fundraiser on a.m.; stability ball training for tian Women’s Club is the sponsor.
The groom is the son of Sept. 30, Oct. 1, 7 and 8 to bene- teens and adults 9-9:45 a.m.;
James and Jayne Chester of fit the mentally challenged. This break dancing for all ages 10- Luncheon served
Mooresville. He is the grand- year's retail participants include 10:45 a.m.; body sculpting for
The Mooresville Christian
son of Tate and Vi Holler of Wal-Mart, Harris Teeter, Lowe's teens and adults 11-11:45 a.m.;
Women’s Club is sponsoring a
Statesville and Joan and El- Food Stores, Bi-Lo, Bloom and Hip Hop for teens and adults 1-
“Truly Scrumptious” Luncheon
wood Ammons of Moores- Food Lion. Tax-deductible dona- 1:45 p.m.; fitness fun for ages 7-
on Sept. 21 from 11:30 a.m.-1:30
12 from 2-2:45 p.m.; and Hip Hop
ville and the great-grandson tions may be made to Lamb
for ages 7-12 from 3-3:45 p.m.
p.m. at the Charles Mack Citizen
of Edna Stewart of Statesville. Foundation of NC, and mailed to Center. Special feature will be
A graduate of South Iredell KofC Council 7406, St. Therese Angie Selig – “Tastefully Sim-
Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Andrew Chester Church, Mooresville, NC 28117. Dinner planned ple.” Audrey Payne of Cary, will
High School, he graduated
from the University of South All women are invited to a be guest speaker who will share
Carolina where he earned a matron of honor. Quertermous and B.J. Younce. Fitness day “Light the Way” dinner from 7- on “Peace, in the Midst of Life's
Bridesmaids were Trisha Tommy Kassakert served 8:30 p.m. Sept. 19 at the Charles Problems.” Cost is $10. Make
Masters in accounting. He is Children and adults are all
Mack Citizen Center. Those at- your reservations by today, Sept.
currently working at USC. Timmerman and Elizabeth as an usher. invited to a Day of Fitness Sept.
tending will take a look at light- 16, by calling Joann at 704-658-
The bride was dressed in a Holler, cousin of the groom. Following their honey- 17 from 8 a.m.- noon and 1-5
p.m. Sponsored by Faithfully Fit, houses of the U.S. and listen to 1516 or Maxine at 704-663-4390
long, white gown. Best man was Joseph moon to Charleston, S.C., the some special music. Guest spea- or e-mail Missy at mhkist@adel-
Whitehurst. newlyweds will make their 15905 Brookway Drive, Unit
Christina Spencer, sister of 4208, Huntersville, there will be ker Audrey Payne will share about phia.net. Complimentary child-
the bride, served as her Groomsmen were Grant home in Gilbert, S.C. “Seeing the Light.” Cost is $11 care is by reservation.
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