Laken Donahue – Christopher Jones

CHRISTOPHER JONES AND LAKEN DONAHUE

Rickey and Lisa Donahue of Guntown announce the engagement of their daughter Laken LaSha Donahue, to Christopher Garrett Jones, son of Evelyn Jones of Aberdeen.

The bride is the granddaughter of Ray and

Bobbie Jean Donahue of Guntown, and Dot Lyons and the late Fletcher Webb of Tupelo.

Miss Donahue is a graduate of Saltillo High School where she was a cheerleader, a member of the basketball team, choir, and show choir. She also was a 15 year dance student and teachers assistant at Jami Williams dance studio.

She is a graduate of Itawamba Community College with an Associate of Liberal Arts. At ICC she was member of Center Stage, choir, dancer and captain of Indianettes. Miss.

Donahue is also a graduate of Northeast Community college with a degree for Respiratory Care Practitioners. She is employed as a Respiratory Therapist at Baptist of North Mississippi- Oxford.

Mr. Jones is an honor graduate of Hatley High school where is was a member of the band, track and golf team, the Academic Team, choir, Beta Club and Mu Alpha Theta.

He is a graduate of Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies. He was named to the Dean's List and a member of Psi Chi. He is employed at Tupelo Tint and Blind Side.

The couple will exchange vows on Oct. 11, 2014, at 6 p.m. at the home of the brides parents in Guntown.

A reception will follow at the same location. Friends and family are invited to attend. No formal invitations will be sent.

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