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Published 12:05am Sunday, February 20, 2011

Tim and Ranita Mullens of Coal Grove announce the engagement of their son, Timothy L. Mullens, of Sevierville, Tenn., formerly of Coal Grove, to Heidi Harrington of Sevierville, daughter of Jerry and Molly (Henson) Harrington of Plymouth.

Timothy is the grandson of Walter Ray Castle Sr. and the late Anita L. Castle of Coal Grove and the late Charles Hayward and Mae Mullens.

Heidi is the granddaughter of Virginia Harrington and the late Charles Harrington of Plymouth and the late Ruth Henson and William Henson of Oregon.

The wedding will be help in the Bluffton Theater in Bluffton on March 17, 2011. A reception will follow a Luke’s Bar and Grill in Bluffton.

Timothy is a 1998 graduate of Coal Grove High School and attended college at Ohio Northern University in Ada. Timothy is currently employed at Partridge in a Pear Tree in Sevierville and a member of Scottish/Irish games.

Heidi is a 2002 graduate of Plymouth High School and has a bachelor’s degree in art education from Bluffton University. She is currently manager at Polka Dot Pots in Sevierville and a member of Scottish/Irish games.

Invitations for the ceremony and reception have been sent. The couple will spend their honeymoon in Ireland and reside in Sevierville.

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