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Lennon wedding

July 29, 2011

Mr. and Mrs. Lennon

Christina Leann Helsley of Big Spring and Jonathon Kurtis Lennon of Muleshoe exchanged wedding vows June 11, 2011 at a 2 p.m. ceremony at Spring Creek Fellowship in Big Spring.
Tina is the daughter of Bruce and Beccie Helsley of Big Spring. She is the granddaughter of the late Gene and Anne Helms of Big Spring and the late George and Leona Helsley of Inwood, W.V.
Jon is the son of Jack and Jayna Lennon of Mulshoe. He is the grandson of John and Carolyn Harris of Muleshoe.
The ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Dennis Teeters.
The bride was given away by her father, Bruce Helsley. She wore an ivory strapless, floor-length brushed satin gown with pearl and silver beading on the bodice and down the chapel-length train. The two-layer, elbow length vail was adorned with pearl and silver beading around the edges. Her bouquet was made of large pink lilies mingled with babies breath.
Rachel Rima of Perryton served as the maid of honor. The bridal party, who wore peacock blue floor-length dresses, included Morgan Metcalf of Big Spring, Chelsea Reddin of Boston, Mass., Brooke Lennon of Muleshoe and Courtney Hickman of Spearman. The flower girl was Ryleigh Teeters of Andrews.
Bradley Lennon of Muleshoe served as bestman. Groomsmen, dressed in black tuxedoes, consisted of Dustin Lennon of Muleshoe, Justin Johnson of Lubbock, Paul Shirley of Plainview and Daniel Ballinger of Muleshoe. Ringbearer was Carson Tucker of Quitaque.
The bride is a 2007 Big Spring High School graduate. She receieved a bachelor of science degree in education at Wayland Baptist University in May 2011.
The groom is a 2008 graduate of Sudan High School. He will graduate from Wayland Baptist University in December 2012 with a bachelor of arts in theatre and music. After graduation he will begin working on his masters degree in theatre.
A reception followed the ceremony in the Garden Room of Spring Creek Fellowship.
After honeymooning in Nassau, Bahamas the couple resides in Plainview while Jon finishes his degree.

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