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Quinn Gallagher and Aleece Alexander, of Seattle, Wash., were married Feb. 25, 2006. Quinn is the son of Bruce and Sharon Gallagher, of Rifle, and Aleece is the daughter of Jim and Pam Alexander, of Basalt. The couple own and operate Mona’s Bistro & Lounge in Seattle. They plan a March honeymoon in Puerto Vallarta.

Adam and Lisa McPherson, of Glenwood Springs, are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughter, Delaney Grace McPherson. She was born 2:14 p.m. Jan. 19, 2006, weighing 7 pounds, 5 ounces. and measuring 20 inches. Delaney is welcomed by brothers Nolan, Kelton, Jake and Alex. Proud grandparents are Marvin and Carol Ann Pavlisick, of Paonia, and Rosalie McPherson, of Kihei, Hawaii.

Carter and Erin Holmes, of Basalt, and Roger and Amelia Eshelman, of Carbondale, are pleased to announce the engagement of Makenzie Holmes and Thaddeus Eshelman.Thaddeus, a lifelong valley resident, graduated from Roaring Fork High School and now works for Terry Thompson Construction. Makenzie has lived in the valley for 11 years, and graduated from Basalt High School. She is now attending the University of Colorado at Boulder, and is finishing her degree in Spanish and education. They will wed on Aug. 12 in Basalt, and plan to live in the valley.

David Wayne Anderson II and Christine Beth Morgan, of Centennial and Wolfeboro, N.H., Dec. 22, 2005John Jeffrey Maus and Ellen L. Sassano, of Carbondale, Nov 6, 2005Joseph R. Beeler and Peggy J. Beeler, of Rifle, Dec. 21, 2005Victor Ramirez Santamaria and Flora Romero Flores, of Rifle, Dec. 23, 2005Chocka Flint Heinecke and Bobi Gene Gilbert, of Rifle, Dec. 18, 2005Uriel Adan Flores Sanchez and Sonya Salvidrez Montanez, of Glenwood Springs, Dec. 28, 2005Peter Bjorn Gustaf Jacobson and Sandra Hajduczek, of Glenwood Springs and Warszawa, Poland, Dec. 29, 2005

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