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This festive season many of us
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Get together: Sarah Page, Min Anderson, and Jenny Campbell enjoy catching
up at the Yarram Learning Centre Christmas party last Wednesday.
AFTER more than six years to-
gether Will Greenaway and his
beautiful bride Tarmara Hamer
tied the knot on a balmy eve-
ning in Perth on Friday, No-
The couple first met some nine
years ago when Will first moved to
Perth for work.
In fact it was at another former Yar-
ramitte’s house during a birthday party
and Will and Tamara became engaged
Tamara is the daughter of Nicholas
and Donna, she grew up in Perth and
is now a clinical nurse at one of Perth’s
major hospitals while Will, the young-
est son of Albert and Elsa Marie Green-
away, grew up in Yarram, played football
for Devon and did a trade in carpentry
before heading to the west for work.
Some 85 close family members,
including Will’s uncles and aunts from
Denmark, as well as Tamara’s brother
and sister in law from Newcastle, joined
close friends to witness the happy cou-
ple exchange their wedding vows at
Lamont’s Bishops House in Perth.
The bride wore a fitted and netted
off the shoulder style gown by Rue
De Seine, Melbourne and Will chose
a navy suit from the MJ Bale collec-
tion. The couple chose matching wed-
ding rings to exchange during the cer-
Tamara and Will were supported by
their best friends including Tamara’s
high school friend Danni, her work
mates Natalie and Anne Marie and
Stephanie Harris who she met through
Will. Steph who now lives in Perth,
grew up in Yarram.
The girls all wore powder blue, mid
knee length dresses by Shona Joy.
Will was supported by Brian Bilston,
Col Vardy, Kyle Brown and Matthew
Lucas. All four men grew up with Will
in Yarram. Matt, Col and Brian now live
in WA and they all wore navy suits.
Will and Tamara chose not to have
a maid of honour or best man.”We just
matched them up based on height,”
After the ceremony the couple cut
a rose gold and white salted caramel
wedding cake before dancing the night
away with their family and friends.
The happy couple took off on a two
week glorious honeymoon in Fiji and
Vanuatu the day after the wedding.
They have made their home in Perth.
Relaxed: enjoying the sunshine at the Yarram Learning Centre Christmas party
were from left, Leigh Pickard, Mary Gunn, Larissa Green and Teresa Schek.
Learning centre gets festive
and users enjoyed the
end of year Christ-
mas party held by the
Learning Centre last
The centre will close
from Tuesday December
20 and reopen on Tuesday
Happy time: Deb McDonald and Anita Trantiafyllou enjoyed the Yarram
Community Learning Centre Christmas party with Reverend Jo White.
Twilight wedding in Perth
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