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Posted: Wednesday, January 26, 2011 12:00 am

Alicia Tri and Trent Senenfelder were married Aug. 27, 2010, during an outdoor ceremony at the Mississippi National Golf Links in Red Wing, Minn., with a reception following at the golf course. The couple was married by Pastor Mark Olson from Hope Lutheran Church in Walker.  The bride is the daughter of Darwyn and Mary Tri of Mazeppa, Minn., and the groom is the son of Terry Beers and Jim Senenfelder, both of Walker. Matron of Honor was Linnea Raasch of Zumbrota, Minn., sister of the bride. Maid of Honor was Kristi Hermann of Savage, Minn., friend of the bride. Bridesmaids were Amanda Meyer of Chatfield, cousin of the bride; Kayla Staub of Zumbrota, friend of the bride; Ellen Washatka of St. Michael, friend of the bride; and Andrea Johnson of Walker, friend of the couple. Flower girls were McKenzie Cordes of Mazeppa, friend of the bride; and Sabrina Segar of Fairmont, cousin of the groom. The best men were brothers of the groom, Tracy Senenfelder of Belgrade, Mont., and Travis Senenfelder of Excelsior. Groomsmen were Travis Doeden of Bemidji, friend of the groom; Joseph Nelson of Richfield, friend of the groom; Darin Raaschof Zumbrota, brother-in-law of the bride; and Keane Johnson of Walker, friend of the couple. Ushers were Joe Stanton of Zumbrota, cousin of the groom; and Adam Hoernemann of Zumbrota, cousin of the bride. Ringer bearer was Taite Raasch of Zumbrota, nephew of the bride. The newlyweds relocated to Belgrade in November and are excited to be starting their new life together in Big Sky Country.

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