Feland-Bard engagement

Miss Nancy Elizabeth Feland and Mr. Joel Micah Bard, both of Sherwood, Ark., are announcing their engagement and forthcoming marriage.


The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will (Martha) Feland of Cabot, Ark. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Armstead (Nancy) Feland III of Cabot and the late Mr. and Mrs. Charlie (Mary) Wright of Thomasville, Ga.

She is employed with North Little Rock Public Schools (2010-12) as a kindergarten teacher at Crestwood Elementary School.

She was previously employed with Cabot Public Schools (2006-2009) as a pre-kindergarten teacher, and with the Chicago Public Schools as a literacy coach (2009-10).

She is a 2002 honor graduate of Cabot High School in Cabot, a 2006 graduate of the University of Central Arkansas, with a Bachelor of Arts in education, and a 2008 graduate of UCA, with a Master of Arts in literacy.

The prospective groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joel (Chris) Bard of Conway. He is the grandson of Mr. Carl (Barbara) Poulson and the late Mr. Poulson of Bixby, Okla., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Bud (Betty) Bard of Grannis, Ark.

He is a 2002 honor graduate of Conway High School and a 2006 graduate of the University of Central Arkansas, with a Bachelor of Business Administration, Finance.

He is currently a full-time student at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, School of Pharmacy.

The wedding is set to take place at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 7, 2012, in the gardens of the bride’s parents, 105 Feland Lane, Cabot.

Reception to follow at the home.



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