Florists in Prattville, AL
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Prattville Flower Shops
959 E Main St
Prattville, AL 36066
2465 Pinnacle Way
Prattville, AL 36066
Prattville AL News
Jul 26, 2018
About blooming time: Popular Autauga sunflower field running late this year
We're Pregnant" announcements.
The delay in seeing the blooms this year doesn't bother Amanda Lewis of Prattville.
"We went out the first year and just couldn't believe how beautiful the flowers were," she said. "There was a huge crowd out there, everybody taking pictures and smiling. We had a ball when we out there the second year. We had a picnic right there in the corner of the field. It's impossible to be in a bad mood in the middle of all those sunflowers.
"I'm just glad the Sheridans let everybody enjoy the flowers."
The flowers are planted for a reason, to make money. The seeds are harvested and the oil is used for everything from cooking oil to cosmetics. The seeds can also be used for livestock and bird feed. But for the Sheridans, the bottom line is more than just dollars and cents.
"We love everybody coming out," said Kim Sheridan, Todd's wife. "We love seeing all the families spending time together."
There have been times during the past two years when traffic jams have cropped up in this otherwise sleepy corner of the county. Todd Sheridan expects the same thing when this year's crop blooms.
The best way to keep up with the progress of the crop is The Sunflower Field page on Facebook. More than 6,300 people have visited the page, Todd Sheridan said.
"We had people ask us in December on the Facebook page when we were planting for this year," he said with a laugh. "We get messages and comments on the Facebook page year round. It's really amazing how much attention the field has gotten, and continues to get. We'll let everybody know when the flowers are blooming on the Facebook page."
... Jan 26, 2017
Alvin 'Duke' Flowers
John Dixon Flowers, William Francis Flowers, Frank Earl Flowers, and Ben Joe Flowers.
He is survived by a brother, Elba Houston (Faye) Flowers of Prattville, AL; nieces and nephews.
Visitation will be held at Magnolia Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on Saturday, January 7, 2017 from 10:00 am until the 11:00 am service time with Branch President James Martin officiating. Burial will be at Magnolia Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Cemetery in Magnolia, AL.
Arrangements by O’Bryant Chapel Funeral Home in Thomasville, AL.
All obituaries taken from the website of the corresponding funeral home unless otherwise noted.
... (West Alabama Watchman)Jan 8, 2016
Wildcats eek out a win against Andalusia, Lady Cats roll
“We didn’t play a good game tonight. We need to be sharper when we get into area play. We have a good Prattville team coming in. We’ll be in trouble if we have that kind of effort against them.
EHS 45 Andalusia 12
The Lady Cats were in the drivers seat from the get-go and stayed in the fast lane the entire game, cruising past the Lady Bulldogs for a 45-12 victory.
Enterprise girls coach Jeff Keller has noticed that there’s a stronger desire to compete and a sense of urgency since the turn of the New Year that he has noticed from his team.
“I’ve been really pleased ever since the practice after the Northview game,” Keller said.
“I can see that our mindset had gotten back on track. We understood what we had to do. I think everybody’s bought in, and we’re learning how to compete for four quarters. We get after it for four quarters and don’t let up. When we bring energy and compete, giving our all and not leaving anything out there on the floor, I feel this group has a chance to do some nice things.”
The Lady Cats were without post player Valencia Spann, who is out for an unknown period of time with a wrist injury. The adjustment to a more up-tempo pace is something that Keller is encouraging out of his team in Spann’s absence.
“You have to make adjustments when you lose somebody like that,” Keller said.
“We’re still looking to go inside some. We don’t want to get away from that, but at the same time, we have to make sure we get some easy baskets too. If we get an opportunity to push it up the floor, we will look to finish for sure.”
Imani Carter led the Lady Cats in the scoring book with nine points. Mia Caldwell had eight, while Keke Washington had seven.
“For us, it’s mainly about competing for four quarters and being smart. If we do that, good things have happened. Hopefully our minds are back in that realm where we take that approach,” Keller said.
(The Southeast Sun)Dec 30, 2015
2015 ALL-STATE FOOTBALL
Prattville's Dyterious Johnson tackles Auburn quarterback Bradley Northcutt (17) in Prattville, Ala. on Friday October 16, 2015. (Photo: Mickey Welsh / Advertiser)Buy Photo
QB: Paris Chambers, McGill-Toolen, Sr., 6-2, 180
RB: Kingston Davis, Prattville, Sr., 6-1, 235
RB: La’Mical Perine, Theodore, Sr., 6-0, 215
RB: Jarrion Street, Hewitt-Trussville, Sr., 6-2, 198
WR: Chazz Garrett, Hazel Green, Sr., 6-5, 195
WR: Derrick McCarty, Theodore, Sr., 5-9, 165
WR: Henry Ruggs III, Lee-Montgomery, Jr., 6-0, 175
OL: Eric Archie, Murphy, Sr., 6-1, 268
OL: Grey Best, Spain Park, Sr., 6-2, 260
OL: Justice Hammond, Oak Mountain, Sr., 5-11, 265
OL: Jamahl Jelks, Gadsden City, Sr., 6-3, 330
OL: Tyler Pritchett, Auburn, Sr., 6-3, 270
K: Sage Ledbetter, Auburn, Sr., 5-7, 135
DB: John Broussard, Central-Phenix City, Sr., 6-0, 172
DB: A.J. Harris, Bob Jones, Jr., 6-0, 185
DB: Kyriq McDonald, James Clemens, Jr., 5-11, 190
DB: Josh Williams, McGill-Toolen, Sr., 5-9, 17... (Montgomery Advertiser)