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Two families come together twice over

Weddings are all about families coming together, which could not be more true for today’s Folen/Dalton wedding.

Two brothers, Josh and Jason Folen, will be saying “I do” to two sisters, Leneah and Sydnee Dalton, respectively, in a double ceremony at Bayview Chapel outside of Poulsbo.

What started off as a coincidence will be made official as both pairs of siblings tie the knot. When 27-year-old Jason — a Central Kitsap High School graduate — began dating 25-year-old Sydnee, Leneah was unaware of the fact that her sister’s boyfriend even had a brother.

Jason and Sydnee began dating about a year-and-a-half ago and it wasn’t until January 2005 that Leneah and Josh, both 20, discovered they had more in common than just their siblings.

“We hit it off pretty abruptly,” said Josh, a 2003 graduate of Klahowya Secondary School. “We realized we had a lot of the same interests.”

Although Jason and Sydnee had been dating longer, it was Josh who popped the question first.

“I had that feeling it was right,” Josh said. “We were at (Leneah’s) mom’s birthday party. I said to Leneah really loud ‘I love you’ which made everyone stop and look. I then got down on one knee and asked her to marry me.”

He adds that between Leneah, Sydnee, their middle sister Layla, and their mom, the girls probably went through two boxes of tissues.

Not expecting it, Leneah said she was pleasantly surprised.

“I thought it was going to be another couple of months,” she said. “I was

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