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Rosenfield-Skaar united


   Erika Rosenfield and Kasey Skaar of Madras were united in marriage on Oct. 22, at Eagle Crest Resort, in a ceremony officiated by Pastor Jim Leach.
   The bride is the daughter of David and Robyn Rosenfield of Madras, and the groom is the son of James and Erin Skaar, and Kelly Gallasch, all of Tillamook.
   The wedding site was decorated in colors of navy with accents of gray, and all white flowers arranged by her grandmother Pat Watson.
   The bride wore an ivory silk wedding gown, accented with pearls and crystals, and carried a bridal bouquet of 26 long-stemmed white roses, with pearls tucked in each one, made by her grandmother.
   The maid of honor, Joslyn Gress, and bridesmaids, Laura Strahan, Kayla Bryant, Bebe Hoffman and Chelsii Coffin, all wore navy silk strapless dresses, pearl necklaces, and gray heels, and carried white rose bouquets.
   The best man was Ty Pieschel, and the groomsmen were Sam Schiedeman, Cameron Rosenfield, Dustin McDonald, and Jared Earnest.
   The ring bearers were Earl Oliver and Reagan McCabe, and the flower girls were Emily Skaar and Rylee McCabe, and the ushers were Jay McCabe, Ron Oliver, Cody Oliver and Michael Stalcup. Special music was provided by Steve Bryant and Jim Leach.
   A reception was held at Eagle Crest Resort following the ceremony. Wedding cake was cut and served by Erin Skaar and Pam Watson; Cameron Scranton and Meghan Bryant had charge of the guest book; and Maria and Allison Forester had charge of the gift table.
   In November, the couple honeymooned in Cancun, Mexico, and returned to make their home in Madras.
   The bride is a 2005 graduate of Madras High School, 2009 graduate of Linfield College, and currently is attending Graceland University to pursue a master's degree. She is employed as a first grade teacher at Madras Primary.
   The groom is a 2005 graduate of Tillamook High School, 2008 graduate of Central Oregon Community College, and works as a senior fire range technician.