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Jessica Ryan Dax and Robert Lloyd Goodman, both of Nevada City, were married Dec. 8 in the LOVE Building in Condon Park, Grass Valley.

The ceremony was conducted by the bride’s grandfather, Henry Dax.

The bride, a Sierra Mountain High School graduate, is the daughter of Tom and Deni Dax of Nevada City.

She works for Busy Bee Child Care.

The bridegroom, a Nevada Union High School graduate, is the son of Gregory and Tina Miller of Penn Valley.

He works at Staples and is scheduled to enter the United States Armed Forces this month.

The bride wore a “candlelight” colored, informal A-line trimmed with beadwork and sequins. A crystal and pearl tiara completed the ensemble. She carried her father’s handkerchief and a bouquet of roses.

The maid of honor was the bride’s sister, Casey Dax.

The bridesmaids were Ranee Lawson and Jamie Dax, the bride’s sister, of Nevada City.

The best man was Rider Heidelberger of Grass Valley.

The groomsman was David Hunter of Nevada City.

The groomswoman was Melinda Gowey of Grass Valley.

Approximately 130 guests joined the couple for the ceremony and reception.

Special guests included the groom’s aunt, Judy Miller, who read the poem “Hands” during the ceremony.

The photographer was the bride’s uncle, Bill Jones.

The couple honeymooned for three days at the National Hotel in Nevada City and three days at the Holbrooke Hotel in Grass Valley.

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