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Wednesday, April 3, 2013 • The South Whidbey Record
A Rod & Gun Club Easter
Bryce Hansen and Linnea Walston of Seattle are engaged to be married this fall on Whidbey Island, where Hansen graduated from high school and his parents still reside.
Hansen and Walston plan fall nuptuals A fall 2013 Whidbey Island wedding is planned for Bryce Hansen and Linnea Walston. Hansen, a 2002 South Whidbey graduate, is the son of Eric Hansen and Jody LaBissoniere of Freeland. Walston, a Rogers High School graduate, is the daughter of Dale and Debra Walston of Puyallup. Hansen graduated from Washington State University in accounting and is in sales operation for Outdoor Research. Walston is a University of Washington graduate, recently earned her master’s of business administration from UW Foster School of Business and is currently marketing manager of Import wines for St. Michelle Wine Estates. They currently reside on Queen Anne Hill in Seattle.
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Irene Magnuson, above, is swamped with business at the prize table following the Holmes Harbor Rod & Gun Club Easter egg hunt Saturday. Winning eggs entitled the finder to a variety of toys as well as pumpkin plants. “I’m kind of in charge,” uttered the harried Magnuson. Below left, Colleen Hudeen attracts ages 3 to 5 to a central location at the Rod & Gun Club before marching them off to their egg hunting grounds. At right, Rod & Gun Club volunteer Bob Blasko helps a girl who wasn’t having much luck finding eggs. He placed several in her basket. “Everybody has fun out here on Easter,” he said. Guaranteed.
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