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Petals & Presents

109 N E St
Exeter, CA 93221
(559) 592-9300

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20940 Ave 296
Exeter, CA 93221
(559) 592-0022

Exeter CA News

Feb 23, 2017

Funeral notices for Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017

JONES — Robert L., 81, died Thursday, Feb. 16. A Celebration of Bob’s Life will be held in the Boulders Hall at RiverWoods, 5 Timber Lane, Exeter, N.H., on Friday, Feb. 24, from 3 to 5 p.m. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The RiverWoods Benevolent Fund, the Peabody Scholarship Fund at RiverWoods, or the Dian C.and Robert L. Jones ’57 Scholarship at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.LEBROKE — Connie L., 60, of Norway passed away Wednesday, Feb. 15. A Celebration of her Life will be held Saturday, March 4, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Waterford Wilkins House. Monetary donations in Connie’s memory may be sent to Responsible Pet Care, P.O. Box 82, Norway, ME 04268. Arrangements are under the care of Chandler Funeral Homes and Cremation Service, 45 Main St., South Paris.      PONTE — Augustina P., 92, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 14, in Lewiston. A graveside service will be held at a later date in the spring. A service of The Fortin Group Funeral, Cremation and Monument Services, 70 Horton St. Lewiston, ME 04240. 784-4584.ROCHELEAU — Normand E., 87, died in Brunswick on Tuesday, Feb. 7. A memorial service will be held at St. Charles Borromeo Church, 132 McKeen St., Brunswick, on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at noon. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Good Shepherd Food Bank, 3121 Hotel Road, Auburn, ME 04210; or Midcoast Hunger Prevention Program, 84-A Union St., Brunswick, ME 04011. Albert & Burpee Funeral Home. SCOTT — Lisa Helene (Knight), 63, died Saturday, Feb. 18, at her home in Hartford. At her request, there will be no visitation or service at this time. Arrangements by Finley Funeral Home, 15 Church St. Livermore Falls.SIMMONS — Pearl M., 91, of Brunswick, died Friday, Feb. 17, in Brunswick. Services and burial will be held privately at Gracelawn Memorial Park, Auburn. Arrangements by Affordable Cremation Solution LLC, Auburn.THOMAS — Elizabeth L., 65, of Chesterville, passed away Thursday, Feb. 16. Visitation will be held Saturday, Feb. 25, from 1 to 2 p.m. at Adams-McFarlane Funeral & Cremation Services, 108 Court St., Farmington, immediately followed by a memorial service, also at the funeral home. A reception will be held after the memorial at the home of Trent and Tricia Robinson at 122 Box Shop Hill in Farmington, where everyone may come and share memories of Elizabeth. Donations may be made in Elizabeth’s memory to the Franklin County Animal Shelter, 550 Industry Road, Farmington, ME 04938. (Lewiston Sun Journal)

Dec 22, 2016

Flower arranging club closes – because no one has time for hobbies anymore

Dorothy, who is 88-years-old. "But it's not just us closing; clubs are closing up and down the country – including in Exeter, which was really big. "People have less time now and everything's getting more expensive." In 1971 the group, then called the St Budeaux and District Flower Arranging Club, held its first meeting. Read: This Plymouth family have dedicated their lives to dressing as Pilgrims Dorothy had no interest in flower arranging at the time, but decided to take it up after leaving her job as a hairdresser when she got married. "I think there were about 40 of us at the first ever meeting," she recalled. "After that I got really interested in it. "Because I was no longer doing hairdressing, it was a nice creative outlet and gave me something to do. "You have to have a real eye for flower arranging, and I was always very critical; I could always find something not quite right. "But things are changing now - flower arranging has gone more down the art route, and I'm not so keen on that. "It's a lot more contemporary too, and I think that loses the beauty of the flowers." The flower club has participated in many big events over the decades, and has held displays at Buckfast Abbey, Exeter Cathedral and Mount Edgcumbe House. Dorothy said: "I am sad we are finishing, but I have the memories and nobody can take them away from me." She added: "I enjoy doing it so much, it is so relaxing and very therapeutic. "I wouldn't say it's going out of fashion, but people have less time now. "It's getting more expensive to pay for demonstrators, hiring halls is expensive and ... (Plymouth Herald)

Oct 21, 2016

Exeter woman charged in River Bend plant thefts The Westerly Sun

WESTERLY — An Exeter woman turned herself in Thursday on charges related to the theft of approximately two dozen plants from grave sites in River Bend Cemetery over the past several months. Police said 72-year-old Olive C. Mueller spoke candidly on Wednesday with officers after neighbors identified her based on surveillance footage released by the Westerly Police Department on Tuesday. She was recognized on social media by followers of the police department, Interim Westerly Police Chief Shawn Lacey said. “We put the images out on social media on a hunch and it spread like wildfire,” Lacey said. “We need to thank the public and all those who helped share the images for bringing this case to a quick resolution.” From this section:Pension topic has Kennedy’s attention Lacey said the department released the images after a patron of the Beach Street cemetery filed a complaint on Sept. 27. The patron turned over footage to police captured from a motion-activated camera that had been set up on a fa... (The Westerly Sun)

Oct 5, 2016

Exeter woman charged in River Bend plant thefts

WESTERLY — An Exeter woman turned herself in Thursday on charges related to the theft of approximately two dozen plants from grave sites in River Bend Cemetery over the past several months. Police said 72-year-old Olive C. Mueller spoke candidly on Wednesday with officers after neighbors identified her based on surveillance footage released by the Westerly Police Department on Tuesday. She was recognized on social media by followers of the police department, Interim Westerly Police Chief Shawn Lacey said. “We put the images out on social media on a hunch and it spread like wildfire,” Lacey said. “We need to thank the public and all those who helped share the images for bringing this case to a quick resolution.” From this section:17-year-old charged in shooting outside Groton restaurant Lacey said the department released the images after a patron of the Beach Street cemetery filed a complaint on Sept. 27. The patron turned over footage to police captured from a motion-activated camera that had... (The Westerly Sun)

Jul 5, 2016

Why the Westcountry is after a slice of £2billion flower market

This week, they are encouraging customers to choose flowers that are grown not flown. Fiona Arnold of the Good Flower Company in Exeter Devon sources flowers from local suppliers. She said: "Across the Westcountry, there are a growing band of dedicated flower growers bringing back long lost flowers we used to buy like larkspur, cornflowers, love in a Mist, sweet peas, snapdragons, sweet williams or smelling roses that you can sink your nose in to with out fear of inhaling herbicides and fungicides found on some imported varieties. "Seasonal and locally grown flowers, often means your flowers were only picked the day before and helps the local economy. We buy from small independent growers across the South West - some have been growing for five generations. Read next: Bidding comes to an end for Devon's Incredible 'lost gardens' "With the average spend per person of £32 a year on cut flowers, that keeps money in South West." Fiona is among the new cut-flower growers helping to revive the home-grown industry in Devon and Cornwall. British-grown flowers currently account for less than 10 per cent of all flower sales in the UK after a catastrophic decline in the industry in the 1970s, and a flood of cheap imported blooms on to the market. Ben Julian, of Scilly Flowers on St Martin's, Isles of Scilly is a specialist grower of scented narcissi for the winter months and pinks later in the season. The business supports around 20 full-time staff on an island that has a total populat... (Plymouth Herald)

Feb 3, 2016

Campaigns back in New Hampshire

I first heard Hillary speak when I was 16,” Pecci said. “I’ve been a fan ever since.” “I’m here because my wife brought me,” said Exeter, N.H., resident Richard Page. “I’m going to vote for Bernie (Sanders) in the primary; I like his ideas and I think he deserves a chance. But I’ll vote for Hillary in the final election.” “We have two signs on our lawn, one for Clinton and one for Sanders,” said Marynia Page. “They’re at opposites sides of the property.” But Salisbury resident and Methuen teacher John Housianitis wasn’t waffling. “I’m here because I’m for Hillary Clinton,” he said. “I’ve been impressed with her record in the Senate, as first lady and as secretary of state. I like her commitment to education and I believe she’ll lift up the middle class. I think she’s going to fight for us, fight for the average person.” According to American Research Group’s poll last weekend before her win in Iowa, Sanders led Clinton in New Hampshire by 49 percent to 43 percent of those surveyed. But among registered Democrats likely to vote next week, ARG’s poll indicated it’s Clinton who leads Sanders, 48 percent to 44 percent.  ... (Eagle-Tribune)