Henshaw, Baker wed

Mikaela Henshaw wed Dylan Baker on Nov. 7, 2015, at the Wolf Run Golf Course in Reno, Nevada, where a reception followed.

The bride is the daughter of Lisa Henshaw of Reno and Chris Henshaw of Sparks, Nevada. She graduated from Earl Wooster High School in Reno. She later attended Western Nevada Community College in Carson City, Nevada.

The groom is the son of Lisa and Rod Baker of Juneau. He graduated from Juneau-Douglas High School and also attended Western Nevada Community College. He currently works at the Cleveland Indian Baseball Organization.

The wedding was officiated by Blake Henshaw, the bride’s brother. Her sisters, Michon Spadt and Summer Cochran, were both maids of honor. Her bridesmaids were Dominique Henshaw, Lindsey Kato, Carlee Duble, Brandi Watkins, Courtney Lange, Sarah Cudahy, Jordan Thomas and Brianna Gillespie. Emma Supencheck and Layla Henshaw and Addi Alt served as the flower girls.

The groom’s brothers, Clae and Colton Baker, were both best men. Corey Mahar, Jamie Daniel, Keath Flint, Cole Lendrum, Anthony Stewart, Brian Beckner, Peter Jorgenson and Alex Campbell were the groomsmen. M.J. Spadt, and Sonny Hasse served as the ring bearers.

The couple makes their home in Goodyear, Arizona.

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