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Our Mother of Good Counsel Catholic Church, Blasdell, was the setting Friday at 4 p.m. for the ceremony that united Kimberly Ann Regis and John Carey Jr. in marriage. The Rev. Edward R. Czarnecki heard their vows.

Judy Regis of Blasdell and the late Andrew R. Regis are the bride's parents. Parents of the bridegroom are Cynthia Whitehead of Bancroft, Ont., and John Carey Sr. of Grand Island. A reception was given in the Quaker Room for the couple, who will live in Blasdell.

A commercial representative of a Kinko's Copy Center, the bride attended Buffalo State College. The bridegroom attended Niagara University and is a sales representative of Adelphia Cable.

Mrs. Chambers
The wedding ceremony for Jennifer Lynn Garasz and Shannon Michael Chambers was performed by the Rev. Charles A. Deacon at 3 p.m. Friday in St. Simon Episcopal Church. Dawn K. Smith of West Seneca and Lawrence S. Garasz of Hamburg are parents of the bride. Helen A. Chambers of West Seneca and the late Robert P. Chambers are the bridegroom's parents. A reception was given in Iron Workers Hall before the couple left for Cancun, Mexico. A graduate of Buffalo State College, the bride is employed in direct care by Western New York Developmental Disabilities Service Office. The bridegroom attended Buffalo State and is a supervisor at Rockford Door & Hardware.

Mrs. Cammarata
Kelly Beth Geiger and James Anthony Cammarata II received guests at Old Orchard Inn, East Aurora, after their wedding in the inn's gazebo at 6 p.m. Friday.

The Rev. Edwin H. Sprague of First Presbyterian Church, East Aurora, heard the vows of the daughter of Jerry R. and Karen B. Geiger of Hamburg and the son of James A. and Margaret Cammarata of Town of Tonawanda. The couple are taking a trip to Saranac Lake.

The bride attended University at Buffalo and is director and owner of Mullen Sisters School of Dance. The bridegroom attended Kenyon College and attends University at Buffalo. He is ink department manager of New Buffalo Shirt Factory.

Mrs. Domino
The wedding of Nicole M. Winkelsas and Daniel A. Domino took place Friday at 5 p.m. in St. Timothy Catholic Church, Town of Tonawanda.

Monsignor John I. Ducette performed the ceremony for the daughter and stepdaughter of Dianne M. and Kevin M. Bertsch of Kenmore and the son of Dolores Domino of Town of Tonawanda and the late Daniel J. Domino. A reception was given in the International Institute.

A Clinique cosmetics consultant in a Kaufmann's department store, the bride is a graduate of Kenmore West High School and Continental School of Beauty and attended Erie Community College. The bridegroom is a graduate of Williamsville East High School.

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