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ENGAGEMENT: Hutchison-Farineau

Adrienne Farineau of Tequesta, FL and Dan Hutchison, Jupiter, FL, formerly of Northwood, ND, announce their engagement. A July 12, 2008 wedding in Las Vegas is planned. Adrienne graduated from Jupiter High in 1994, Florida State University with a...

Adrienne Farineau of Tequesta, FL and Dan Hutchison, Jupiter, FL, formerly of Northwood, ND, announce their engagement.

A July 12, 2008 wedding in Las Vegas is planned.

Adrienne graduated from Jupiter High in 1994, Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Services in 1997, and a Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy from Nova Southeastern University in 2001. Adrienne is Rehab Director and Lead Senior Clinical Specialist with SunDance Rehab in Tequesta.

Dan graduated from Northwood High in 1994, North Dakota State University with a Bachelors Degree in Athletic Training in 2000, and a Masters Degree in Exercise Physiology from the University of Kentucky in 2002. Dan is a facility director at Ultimate Speed, Inc. in Jupiter and teaches at Nova Southeastern University. Parents of the couple are Jerry and Denise Paolucci of Jupiter, FL, and John and Lonny Hutchison of Northwood, ND.

Dan and Adrienne will reside at 3900 County Line Road, #16A, Tequesta, FL, 33469.

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