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Feather River Bulletin Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010 3A Couple weds Jennifer Welser and Bryce Alves were married July 10, 2010 in a seaside ceremony in La Jolla, Calif. The bride is the daughter of Michael and Vreni Welser of Quincy anda 1999 graduate of Quincy High School. The Matron of Honor was Jennifer's sister Leslie Welser SherriU of Los Alamos, N,M., a 1995 QHS graduate. Brides- maids attending Jennifer were her best friend from Quincy High, Lisa Hochrein of Pasadena; Elizabeth Alves of Vienna, Va; and Stephanie Chau of Rend, Nev. Flower Girl was Elise Sherrill of Los Alamos, N.M., and Braedan Dye of Logan, Utah, served as Ring Bearer. The groom is the son of Paul Alves and Kathleen Mal- comson of Rend. Sharif Rum- jahn of Rend served as his Best Man, and groomsmen were Chris Malloy of Rend and Tim Stewart of Los Ange- les. Officiating the ceremony Jennifer Welser and Bryce Alves (center) married this summer, attended by (from left) Stephanie Chau, Matron of Honor Jennifer Sherrill (sister of the bride), Elizabeth Alves (sister of the groom), Lisa Hochrein and flower girl Elise SherrUl. Photo submitted was Phil Cook of Baton Rouge, La. The bride wore a pearl satin dress with crystal beading and asymmetrical ruching, while her attendants were dressed in teal. All of them, carried rose bouquets of vary- ing colors. The newlyweds have made their home in Del Mar, Calif., north of San Diego. Dr. Jen- nifer Welser-Alves is a re- search associate at Scripps Thespian joins dramaworks St. John's hosts bingo St. John's church on Lawrence Street is hosting a bingo night and dinner Fri- day, Oct. 22 in the parish hall. Dinner consists of a meat- ball sandwich, salads, desserts, coffee and punch. Dinner prices are $8 for adults (including one bingo ticket) and $5 for children under 10. Dinner starts at 5 p.m. fol- lowed by bingo, with cash prizes. Tickets are available at the church rectory (283- 0890), from church members and also at the door. dramaworks welcomes Susie Schutt, who is excited to kick off her self-made the- ater exploration tour by join- ing the program this autumn as an intern. Schutt recently worked as an intern for Grrl Action, a summer theater camp for teens in Jamaica Plain, Mass., where she lived. In Quincy, Schutt will help with the community .theater production of "Rabbit Hole" by David Lindsay-Abaire. She will help with artistic direc- tion, set design, costuming pursued her passion by di- recting "Picasso" at the Lapin Agile and "The Vagina Mono- logues." In 2005, she worked for Hoipolloi Theater Company, New International Encounter Theater Company and Class- works Theater Company, in Cambridge, U.K. She was stage manager for "The Lady of Burma," as well as stage manager and assistant direc- tor of "Life in a Marital Insti- tution" at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2007. Schutt recently played Julie Theater Project's "Essential Serf-Defense." She will be assistant direc- tor for the Providence, R.I.- based Gamm Theater's pro- duction of "A Child's Christ- mas in Wales" later this win- ter and she looks forward to returning to England to assist Hoipolloi Theater with its de- veloping production this com- ing spring. Schutt will also work in the dramaworks costume room, helping to bring much-needed order. A clean-up day will be scheduled sometirpe soon. Research Institute in La.Jol- la. She has recently been awarded a grant from the Multiple Sclerosis Society and is working on MS related research. Dr. Bryce Alves is a post-doctoral fellow at the University of California-San Diego where he is doing can- cer research. They are plan- ning an October honeymoon in St. Lucia in the Caribbean. "I havd more flexibility in how far I can turn my head from far left to far right." Ruth Shuey-Biggs PL FOCUS on what's really important the world around us! Call today for a complete vision and eye examination. 283-2020 FRIDEN OPTOMETRY  YE _.AE : CONTAC-'--'-- LENSE---' Jonathan Friden, O.D. • Joshua Baer, O.D. 68 Central Ave. • Quincy • 283-2020 Complete vision and eye care, Optometrists and Ophthalmologists on staff, Vision and Eye examinations, treatment of eyO disease, cataract surgery, foreign body removal, thresBold visual field analysis, contact lenses, glasses (large selection of inexpensive to designer eyewear), low vision aids for the visually impaired, and :vision therapy for learning related vision problems. and promotion. 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