Over the holidays, POGO alum Jacob Dagger got married to Kelly Margolis at a charming wedding filled with great guests and a vegan spread. My family and I traveled down to Chapel Hill, NC, to represent the POGO family at the ceremony. Jacob and Kelly are now traveling around the world for their honeymoon.
This union also celebrates one of the great rivalries of all times – Jacob’s a Dukie and Kelly’s a Tar Heel.
— Keith Rutter
P.S. Sorry for the delay in relaying this info, but between my own travels and the first 100 days, I’ve been a little distracted.
Scott Amey, POGO’s GC, got married to Kerry Fox (of the Baltimore Foxes) in an incredibly beautiful ceremony officiated by Scott’s former boss, the Honorable Judge James A. Kenney III. Family and friends were invited to a swanky country club near Delaware for the wedding vows and lunch. Kerry looked magnificent, as did her children Bryanna and Collin; Scott was so-so: he had to shave off his scruff, so no one recognized him.
The following day, over 120 people showed up at Scott & Kerry’s casa for a full day (and night for many, and next morning for at least one) of fun, food, festivities…and a moon bounce. BOING BOING!
Here are two snap shots, but please check back regularly as we’ll be posting a video and slide show in the near future. Congratulations Scott and Kerry!
Legal notification — POGO is not liable for any POGO employee injuries suffered in the moon bounce or resulting from a splinter from the couple’s beautiful new deck.
Over the weekend, Pam, Erin, and I ventured to Portland, OR to witness POGO Alum “Rugged Individualist Nicole” Harkin (who’s now at GAO) get married to Brent Lattin. The rehearsal dinner was at Flying Pie Pizzeria, and besides fun pizza there was a great atmosphere to talk to many of Nicole and Brent’s friends. The Sunday wedding was on the rooftop of the Eco Trust building in downtown Portland and was pure Nicole, with a fun Wedding Zine (an extended program with fun stories about how they met and stuff), a reading in German, and cupcakes for dessert. Give me a call and I’ll tell you more.