Kassie Anne Key of Church Hill and Dustin David Rogers of Church Hill, were married June 5, 2010 at Old Quarters in Jonesborough, with the Rev. John Autry officiating.The bride is the daughter of Paul and Rebecca "Kay" Key of Church Hill and the granddaughter of the late Bill and Annie Key, formerly of Elm Park, Ark., and the late Sam and Nell Hunter, formerly of Witcherville, Ark. The bridegroom is the son of Dawn Rogers of Church Hill and the grandson of Elizabeth Morlock of Kingsport.Given in marriage by her parents and escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore an ivory-colored tulle ballgown with a beaded bodice and a chapel-length train covered in lace appliques.Kelly Black, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Maggie Spurgeon, best friend of the bride, was a bridesmaid.Devin Rogers, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Randy Holtzclaw, best friend of the bridegroom, was a groomsman. Ushers were Jordan Key, brother of the bride, and Tyler Waterfield, nephew of the bride. Michael Waterfield, nephew of the bride, sang a song in dedication to the couple prior to the ceremony.The bride graduated from Volunteer High School, Church Hill, and received a degree in business administration with a concentration in human resources management from East Tennessee State University. She is employed at A.O. Smith, Johnson City.The bridegroom graduated from Volunteer High School, Church Hill, and is pursuing a bachelor of science in physical education degree at East Tennessee State University. He is employed at Pitney Bowes, Kingsport and is co-owner of Smokin' Aces Barbeque and Catering.Following a wedding trip to Hawaii, the couple resides in Church Hill.