Love was in the air in Town Hall this Valentine's Day \u2014 like it was five years ago. Ridgefielders\u00a0Sara and John Lowenstine celebrated their fifth anniversary by renewing their wedding vows in the lower level conference room with the help of\u00a0Justice of the Peace Mark Robinson. The Lownestines\u00a0were married by Patricia Stephenson, a justice of the peace, in Town Hall on Feb. 14, 2014. Before marriage, they were Sara Dian Clinton and John Henry\u00a0Lowenstine.\u00a0 "Mrs. Lowenstine, 42, is an attorney, Democratic party fund-raiser and lobbyist," the couple's wedding announcement read in The Press five years ago. "She is active on Hillary Clinton's 2016 exploratory campaign efforts. She graduated from New York University and the Quinnipiac University School of Law in Hamden. "She is the daughter of her late parents, Dolores Ann Clancy of Bonita Springs, Fla., and Dr. Arthur J.\u00a0Clinton of Luquillo, Puerto Rico. According to the wedding announcement, the bride's father, a retired urologist, had a private practice in West Orange, N.J. The bride's stepfather, Gerald P. Clancy, who is retired, was the chairman of the New York Coffee, Sugar and Cocoa Exchange. "The bride is a descendent of DeWitt Clinton (1769 to 1828), often referred to as the Father of the Erie Canal, who was a U.S. senator and was mayor of New York City and governor of New York, and of George Clinton, fourth vice president of the United States (1805 to 1812), in the administrations of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison," The Press article read.\u00a0 The couple met volunteering at their children's school, the Greenwich Catholic School. Between them they have three children: Truman Mallory Curtis Jr., Giacomo Lowenstine and Giustina Lowenstine.