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Katie Clayton and Joshua Shirley

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Kimberly (Godfrey) and Mark Eberhard

Mickey and Mike Freundlich



Mark and Kimberly (Godfrey) Eberhard, of Bend, celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with a d i nner with family. The couple were married Dec. 19, 1987, at First Lutheran Church in Bend, one year to the day after meeting on a blind date. They have three children, Mackenzie,

of Camp Pendleton, Calif., Madeline (and A l exander) Kirby, of Portland, and Emily, of Los Angeles. Mr. Eberhard is the thirdgeneration owner and manager of E b erhard's Dairy Products. Mrs. Eberhard is a homemaker. Mr. Eberhard has lived i n Central Oregon for 4 6 years, Mrs. Eberhard for 30 years.

of Caldwell High School, in Princeton, and is a student at Katie Clayton and Joshua Lacy School of Cosmetology. Shirley, both of Summerville, The future groom is the S.C., plan to marry Jan. 26 at son of John Shirley, of EuThe River House at Lowndes gene, and Gary and Kim WeGrove Plantation in Charles- ger, of Bend. He is a graduate ton, S.C. of Bend High School and a T he future bride is t h e graduate of University of Ord aughter of M i c hael a n d egon, where he studied psyKaren Clayton, of P r i n c- chology. He is a nuclear field eton, Ky. She is a graduate technician in the U.S. Navy.

her retirement in 2010. She worked at W.G. Savage RealMike and Mickey Freun- tors in Wayland, Mass., and dlich, of Bend, will celebrate N.B. Taylor Assoc. Inc., in their 50th wedding anniver- Sudbury, Mass. The couple ensary Dec. 23. joy volunteering at St. Charles The couple were married Bend, High Desert Museum Dec. 23, 1962, at Eden Rock and Children's Vision ScreenHotel in M iami Beach, Fla. ing. They are members of They have t h ree c h ildren, Temple Beth Tikva, as well as Marc, of Dallas, Mitchell (and Awbrey Glen Country Club, Kristen) o f F r a mingham,Widgi Creek Golf Club and Mass., and Margey (and Hon- Newcomers Club o f B e n d. za) Vrbata, of Bend; and four They enjoy spending sumgrandchildren. mers in Lake Garfield in MonMr. Freundlich was CEO of terey, Mass., and volunteering 5MPlus Inc. until his retire- at concerts in Lenox, Mass. ment in 2010. Mrs. Freundlich They have lived in Central was a real estate broker until Oregon for two years.

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Donna (Boyer) and Richard Frazier

Richard and Donna (Boyer) Frazier, of Bend, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in July with family in Angel Fire, N.M. They are also planning a trip to South America. The couple were married Dec. 28, 1962, at First United Methodist Church in W ellington, Kan. They met in third grade. They have two children, Dirk, o f D e Witt, Mich., and Dustin (and Laura), of San Francisco; and one


Dr. Frazier was a vascular

and enjoys flying his own plane. Mrs. Frazier was a realtor in Los Gatos, Calif., until her retirement in 2001.

She enjoys gardening and quilting. The couple live in Awbrey Glen and are members of the Awbrey Glen Golf Club. They have lived in Central Oregon for 11 years.

Barbara (Martin) and Douglas Muck



Kristen Robbel and Ryan Tobias

and junior powder hounds. • Take to the seas. Cruise lines eager to entice families into the fold offer kid-friendly programs ranging from topnotch music and entertainment to wave pools and superslides. Teens can tap into their own social scene where alcohol-free nightclubs, tech centers and oversize movie screens reign. Newer ships offer c abin c o n f igurations better able to accommodate

ing or horseback riding

larger clans.

Corey) Brown, both of Bend; eight grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Mr. Muck was a t eacher and wrestling c oach u n til his retirement in 1995. Mrs. Muck retiredin 2005 from real estate. They have lived in Central Oregon for 37 years.

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three children, Doug Jr.,of Redmond, and K e llie (and

Douglas and Barbara (Mar- Gary) Cook and Kathie (and tin) Muck, of Bend, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Dec. 28 with a reception from 6-9 p.m. hosted by their daughters. Friends and family are invited and may contact Kellie Cook at 541322-9925 for more details. They were married Jan. 6, 1962, in Portland. They have

plenty of appeal for parents

The winter travel season abounds with opportunity. Here are four ways to expand your f a mily's horizons: • Indulge at Half Moon Bay. At this cliff-side resort on the middle California coast, relax around the 261-room facility's campfire, sipping hot cocoa and snacking on s'mores. This, after a day of family surfing lessons, whale watch-

• Get sporting. Have you ever considered ice climbing? This just might be the year to harness your inner explorer and lead the family on a snow-centered quest. Hop aboard th e h elicopter for a h i g h -octane powder push. Head into the hills on snowshoes, slide through the trees on cross-country skis • Ski Snowmass, Colo. or mush your way to a backA lready p o p u la r wit h country yurt where steaming f amilies, Snowm a s s stew and a flickering fire will k icked it u p a n o tch i n nourish your body and soul. 2 007 b y op e n in g t h e 2 5,000-square-foot, $1 7 million Treehouse Kids' Precious Topaz & Diamond Adventure Center and the m idmountain El k C a m p Meadows Learning Area. Now th e s e cond-largest ski area in Colorado, the resort continues to offer new programs, including yoga for skiers, snowcat dinner rides and s now7 shoe dinner tours. With plenty of f amily-friendly, Sisters ski-in-ski-out lodging, this 541-549-9388

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surgeon at Kaiser Permanente in Santa Clara, Calif., until his retirement in 2001. He servedinthe U.S. Marine Corps from 1958-72 and in the Air National Guard from 1972-78. He sings with Central Oregon Mastersingers

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on the beach. Youngsters can tap into the creative programs offered by Ritz Kids while the adults tee it up on one oftwo championship courses. Later, the whole gang can risk feeling small while pedaling through a n earby stand of ancient California Redwood trees.

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By Lynn O'Rourke Hayes

Kristen Robbel and Ryan Tobias, both of Bend, were married Aug. 11 at the High Desert Museum in Bend with a reception following. The bride is the daughter of Ron and Karen Robbel, of Bend. She is a 2000 graduate o f Mou n t a in View High School and a 2011 graduate of Western Oregon University, where she studied c o mmunity health education and psychology.She is a community health worker at St. Charles Redmond and Pioneer Memorial Hospital in Prineville. The groom is the son of Toby and Cheryl Tobias, of Klamath Falls. He is a 1994 graduate of Mazama High School in Klamath Falls, and a 1999 graduate of Oregon State University, where he studied wildlife biology. He is the senior biologist at Cascade Earth Science in Albany. The couple will settle in Bend.



at St. Charles Bend Jared andAbbie Schuster, a girl, Piper Wren Schuster, 6 pounds,11 ounces, Dec. 11. Ty and Courtney Miller, a girl, Bree Brooklyn Miller, 8 pounds, 8 ounces, Dec.13. Chih-Ming andTracy Chen, agirl, Ruby Mei Chen,6 pounds, 8 ounces,Dec.13. MarkandTanyaShinn,aboy,Samuel Ryan Shinn, 8 pounds,11 ounces, Dec. 14. Kyle Gilbert, and Sierra Brown, agirl, Blakeley Chanel Brown, 6 pounds, 11 ounces, Dec. 14. Robert and Emily Hoiienbeak, a girl, Coraline DeeHollenbeak, 5 pounds, 8 ounces, Nov. 26. Leonardo Talaveraand Rebecca Castillo, a boy, Leonardo Talavera Jr., 7 pounds, 1 ounce,Dec. 7.


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