2/19 Weddings, engagements

Tidwell/Bishop
Kelli Tidwell and Greg Bishop, both of Albuquerque, were joined in marriage on July 2, 2005, in a private garden ceremony.

Stuart Coleman performed the double-ring ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Calvin Tidwell of and Becky Tidwell of Clovis. She is the granddaughter of Arno and Margaret Massey of Clovis and Audrey Sparks and the late Lamar Sparks of Tucson, Ariz.

The groom is the son of Tom and Marcia Bishop of Albuquerque.

Matron of honor was Tamra Bishop of Albuquerque.

Bridesmaid was Janna Carlson of Albuquerque.

Bestman was David Bishop of Albuquerque.

Groomsman was Tom Bishop of Albuquerque.

The couple will reside in Albuquerque.

The bride is employed atHospital.

The groom is a student at UNM.

Pickens/Hobson
Heather Pickens and Clinton Hobson, both of Roswell are pleased to announce their engagement.

The couple will exchange vows March 2, in Jamaica.

The bride-elect is employed with the Federal Government in Roswell. She is a 2004 graduate of Eastern New Mexico University with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Eastern New Mexico University.

The groom is employed at Roswell National Bank. He is a 2004 graduate of Eastern New Mexico University with a Bachelors of Science in Agriculture Economics.

The couple will reside in Roswell.

Jeffries/Antuna
Clois Jeffries of Clovis and Kay Jeffries of Portales announce the engagement of their daughter, Amber JoRie Jeffries, to Javier Ignacio Antuna, son of Manuel and Rosalia Antuna of Miami, Fla.

The couple will exchange vows at 4 p.m. April 22 at Port Royal Resort in Port Aransas, Texas.

The bride-elect graduated with a bachelor of science in family and consumer sciences from Eastern New Mexico University and a masters of education in administration from Grand Canyon University.

The groom graduated with a bachelor of science in aviation from Grand Canyon University. He is a captain in the Air Force.

The couple is currently residing in Monterey, Calif., but will be stationed in Ghedi, Italy, on a U.S Air Force exchange, following their the wedding.

The ceremony and reception are open to friends and relatives.