Sarah Elizabeth Cain of Rescue and John Mark Crapuchettes Jr. of Cameron Park announced their engagement. The couple is planning a January 2014 wedding.
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They basically grew up together but never met. Living five minutes from each other and attending Ponderosa High School and graduating in 2004, they both went to Folsom Lake Collage at the same time. They possibly took a bowling class together. Never formally meeting still is puzzling for them but that all changed on June 23. Crapuchettes was invited to attend Gold Country Baptist Church and after the service he was introduced to Cain for the first time. He was so impressed with the delightful conversation, Crapuchettes decided to attend Gold Country the following week — beginning a beautiful courtship that God ordained from day one.
The bride-elect is the owner of Heracain Productions on Main Street in Placerville.
She is the daughter of Glen and Linda Cain of Rescue.
The groom-elect is employed by Rayco Electric Inc. in Rancho Cordova.
He is the son of John Sr. and Natalie Crapuchettes of Boise, Idaho.
The wedding will be in Shingle Springs.