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Watercutter -McKinley

Amber Leigh Watercutter, daughter of John and Joanna Watercutter of Versailles, and James Wesley McKinley, son of Keith and Gail McKinley of Louisville, were married Saturday, September 2, 2017, at the Versailles Baptist Church, with the Rev. Keith McKinley officiating at the ceremony. Nuptial music was presented by Hannah Watercutter, Julie Smith, Dr. Lee Hicks, and Rachel and Samantha McKinley.

The maids of honor were Carissa Magee of Campbellsville and Kaitlin McVey of Mt. Sterling.

Bridesmaids were Lauren Watercutter, Versailles; Terese McQueen, Ferndale, Michigan, Kaylin Litton, Campbellsville; and Amanda Atwood, Lebanon.

The best men were Aaron McKinley of Campbellsville and Drew Williams of Wake Forest, N.C.

Groomsmen were Ethan Magee, Campbellsville; Nathan Wakefield, Lynchburg, Virginia; Josh Doolin, Frankfort; and Josh McCoin, Frankfort.

Ushers were Randy Watercutter, Lexington; Jeremy Litton, Campbellsville; Kevin Rothacker, Campbellsville; and Jon Kattus, Fort Wright.

The flower girl was Alexis Earl. The ring bearer was Owen Hicks.

The reception was held at the Eagle Lake Grand Ballroom, Lawrenceburg, Kentucky.

The bride is a graduate of Woodford County High School and Campbellsville University. She is employed by LifeWay.

The groom attended Campbellsville University. He is employed by the United State Coast Guard.

After a wedding trip to Costa Rica, the couple is residing in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

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