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Celebrations: Weddings and Anniversaries

By Star-Advertiser staff

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LAST UPDATED: 01:48 p.m. HST, Feb 11, 2014

Mary Jane Batangan and Rey Tampon (Photo courtesy Batangan/Tampon)

Mary Jane Batangan and Rey Tampon were wed in a ceremony June 1 on Kauai.

The bride is the daughter of Orlando and Elena Batangan. The groom is the son of Pedro and Leonila Tampon.

They reside on Oahu.

SHARE THE NEWS

The Star-Advertiser's Sunday "Celebrations" page recognizes the newly wed and those whose marriages have stood the test of time.

Weddings

Couples married in the past six months may submit a free wedding announcement. Forms are available at the Honolulu Star-Advertiser at Waterfront Plaza, 500 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 7-210, and online at staradvertiser.com/celebrations.

Submit a completed form along with a photocopy, PDF file or digital photo of your official marriage certificate (a clear smartphone photo is acceptable). Wedding photos are optional and will not be returned.

Email features@staradvertiser.com or call Nancy Arcayna at 529-4808.

Anniversaries

Couples celebrating 25th, 50th or 75th wedding anniversaries are invited to share their news in a free announcement as well. We welcome both a current photograph of the couple and a wedding photo. Photos are optional and will not be returned.

Forms are available at the same address and website above. Email citydesk@staradvertiser.com or call 529-4747.

Custom wedding or anniversary notices

For a paid customized notice, call 529-4700 or email pklein@staradvertiser.com.






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