Adrianna Nicole Rowland and Jacob Tanner Harrs were married Aug. 4, 2018, at the Doc Watson Stage at Wilkes Community College. The Rev. Gordon Bradberry officiated. Pre-recorded wedding music was provided by Ball and Ball Inc.

The bride is the daughter of Chad and Donna Lapish of Wilkesboro. She is a 2013 graduate of West Wilkes High School and is a 2016 graduate of Wilkes Community College with an associate of applied science degree in nursing.  The bride is a 2017 graduate of Lenoir Rhyne University with a bachelor of science degree in nursing and is currently pursuing a doctorate degree of nursing practice as a family nurse practitioner at Lenoir-Rhyne.  She is currently a registered nurse in the intensive care unit at Timpanogos Regional Hospital in Orem, Utah.

The groom is the son of Glenn and Donna Harrs of Millers Creek. He is a 2011 graduate of West Wilkes High School and attends Utah Valley University, pursuing a degree in engineering. The groom is employed by Horrocks Engineers in Pleasant Grove, Utah, as a fiber draftsman.

The bride was given in marriage by her step-father, Chad Lapish.

Madison Lapish of Wilkesboro was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Taylor Lewis and Hannah Huffman of Purlear, Kayla Nichols of Reidsville, Dannika Harrs of Rexburg, Idaho and Bailey Harrs of Duluth, Ga.

Jeremy Harrs of Rexburg, Idaho served as best man. Groomsmen were Tyler White of Millers Creek, Stone RuBright of Dothan, Ala., Dustan Teague of Granite Falls, Randall McNeil of Wilkesboro and Tyler Hiatt of Jacksonville, Fla.

Leigha Harrs of Millers Creek was flower girl. Ring bearers were Jase Miller of Millers Creek, Connor Huffman of Purlear and Leland Harrs of Rexburg, Idaho.

Following the ceremony,  a reception was held at the Doc Watson Stage at Wilkes Community College. Ball and Ball Inc., disc jockeys, provided music.

After a wedding cruise to the Western Caribbean and Mexico, the couple is residing in Pleasant Grove, Utah.

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