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Potpourri Basket
Address:
890 Hazel Street
City:
Gridley
State:
California
Zip Code:
95948
Phone number:
(530) 846-4393
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Sep 14, 2016

Prep report 9/14/16: Sabu, Normal West throttle Peoria Richwoods

LeRoy stymies EPG: Alicia Claunch hammered 10 kills to lead LeRoy (2-4, 1-2) to a 27-25, 25-23 victory over host El Paso-Gridley (8-4, 1-2). Hallie Sammer had 21 assists while Maddison Qualls chipped in 17 digs and nine service points for the victors. EPG received 13 assists, nine kills and 12 digs from Gracie Feeney. Fieldcrest victorious: Emma Fortner had 16 assists and nine digs while Gwen Lohr-Fandel chipped in 12 kills and three aces to push Fieldcrest (8-2, 2-1) to a 25-21, 25-10 HOI win over host Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley. Jessalyn Davis topped the Falcons with nine digs. Eureka downs Heyworth: Lauren Rokey's 12 kills powered host Eureka (9-1, 3-0) to a 23-25, 25-12, 25-12 win over Heyworth (13-2, 2-1). Hailey Flowers added nine kills, 14 service points and three aces for Eureka while Maddie McCunn had 23 assists and 11 digs. Haley Sieg paced Heyworth with 10 kills while Madison Quattro added seven service points and three blocks. Amber Tomlin had 29 assists and Madie Sims 15 digs. Olympia drops Mahomet: Emme Olson had 16 digs, seven kills, nine service points and three aces for Olympia in a 26-24, 25-22 win over host Mahomet-Seymour. Rachel Smith had 11 assists for the Spartans. Mahomet-Seymour received nine kills from Grace Beach and 11 digs from Lizzie Sproat. Kaitlyn Northrup had 16 assists. Illini Central wins: Dakota Schmeiderer had nine digs and six kills to lead Illini Central to a 25-17, 25-7 win over Illini Bluffs at Mason City. Gabby Williams contributed 17 assists for the Cougars. Blue Ridge downs Ridgeview: Blue Ridge (12-2), 2-1) received 15 assists and two aces from Jessica Gilbert during a 25-14, 26-24, win over Ridgeview at Farmer City. Josie Grammer added 15 assists and two aces for the Knights while Hannah Brackenhoff had 13 digs. Ridgeview's Kelly Jones had five kills, five aces and 12 digs. Clinton falls: Madi Filkin had six kills, two aces and five digs for Clinton in a 25-7, 25-20 loss to visiting Bement. Delaney Woodbury chipped in seven assists and five digs for the Maroons. Mount Pulaski loses: Skylar Hayes had 17 kills and 15 digs, but Mount Pulaski lost to Decatur St. Teresa, 25-17, 23-25, 25-20 at Mount Pulaski. Abigail Fitzpatrick added 14 kills and 15 digs for the Hilltoppers, who also received 15 assists from Isabella Wade. Lincoln falls: Brooklyn Elsas had seven kills, but Lincoln (7-5, 2-2) fell to Rochester, 25-14, 25-19, at Lincoln. Dee-Mack triumphs: Lydia Weigand had 25 service points and 15 digs as Deer Creek-Mackinaw earned a 25-14, 25-20 win over host Lexington. Caitlyn Whitaker added 24 assists for the Chiefs. Raelyn Payne led the Minutemen with 11 digs. Tri-Point tumbles: Tri-Point lost, 25-20, 25-17, to Illinois Lutheran at Cullom. Kassidi Burton led Tri-Point with nine kills while Paisley Johnston added seven assists. Tara Hummel chipped in a team-high 12 digs. Pontiac falls: Lory Beal had nine assists for Pontiac (1-10, 0-3) during a 25-12, 25-19 loss at IVC. Hannah Legner added three kills for the Indians while Elle Giovanini had six digs. Flanagan wins: Flanagan-Cornell (9-5-1, 2-11) won, 20-25, 25-15, 25-23, over visiting Fisher (6-5, 1-2). Samantha Lyons led the Falcons with 12 kills and one block while Liberty Vollmer chipped in 16 assists. Sydney Echelberger had 16 assists and two aces for Fisher, which received seven kills and one block from Lydia Sprau. Streator triumphs: Maggie McGurk had 18 assists, eight digs, eight kills, two aces and one block for Streator (12-7, 1-2) in an 18-25, 25-18, 25-15 win at Peotone. Alea Rashid added 10 assists, 10 kills and five digs for the Bulldogs. Cornersto... (Bloomington Pantagraph)

Aug 29, 2016

Butte County Fair ready to roll in Gridley, tonight through Sunday

Gridley >> Today is showtime for the Butte County Fair in Gridley, with events running through Sunday. Wednesday was a full day of preparation in the hot sun. Trucks hauled folded and disassembled carnival rides, food booths had been arranged and a striped curtain hung over the window of the yellow lemonade stand. Over in the animal arena Wednesday, many children showed their skill with animals to the judges. However the bleachers were empty. Once upon a time, the fair ran for five days instead of four, explained Kari Gendreau, who was with her two children who had raised dairy goats this year. Her 11-year-old son, Cole, was wearing the very white 4-H uniform and holding tight to his young goat that had earned him a top prize. In some ways, it’s nice to be able to show the animals without the stress of a huge crowd, the mother said. Cole and his sister Alex have both raised animals from a young age. Dairy goats are not sold at the end of the fair, and Cole plans to breed his awa... (Chico Enterprise-Record)

Jul 5, 2016

Beach Reads with Marjorie Preston

Her days as a society belle ended with her marriage to Dr. Samuel Gridley Howe, who spent Julia’s money, scorned her literary dreams, and was stingy with his affections. “Civil Wars” is filled with famous names of the 19th century: Longfellow, Emerson, Dickens, Louisa May Alcott, Helen Keller and poet Robert Browning, with whom Julia waged a bitter feud. Eventually she gained fame with a collection of poetry called “Passion-Flowers,” a scandalous and thinly veiled attack on her husband, and “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” which became an anthem of the Civil War. Julia is presented as a woman imprisoned by the social mores of her era; she went on to become a champion of women’s suffrage, and one of the nation’s first firebrand feminists. This is a juicy and entertaining account of a spirit that ultimately could not be tamed.       Robert Plant: A Life       By Paul Rees; It Books       The “Golden God” of Led Zeppelin authorized this biography, yet the author relies on mates and other interview sources for much of the insight, and poses several questions he then does not answer (i.e., why was the singer’s boyhood nickname “Plonky”?) That quibble aside, here’s a first-rate account of the rock ’n’ roll wailer, a middle-class English boy who fell in love with Elvis and the American blues, and, like millions of kids of the time, began a single-minded pursuit of rock stardom. By age 20, he was playing arenas with Led Zeppelin. Then came the usual wretched excess: drugs, debauchery, backstage mayhem and wrecked hotel rooms. Unlike Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, who died at 32 in a vodka-induced coma, Plant was lucky enough to grow up. Here’s his story – as outsized, extravagant and unique as the singer himself.      Marjorie Preston reads as much as she writes, which is a lot. Reach her at mprestonwriting@gmail.com. (Shore News Today)

Jan 8, 2016

Death notices: Jan. 8, 2016

Arrangements are under the direction of Hoyt-Cole Chapel of the Flowers. Published Friday, Jan. 8, 2016 in the Daily News, Red Bluff, California. Gridley: Patti G. Gridley, 50, of Corning died Thursday, Jan. 7 in Red Bluff. Arrangements are under the direction of Hoyt-Cole Chapel of the Flowers. Published Friday, Jan. 8, 2016 in the Daily News, Red Bluff, California. Death notices must be provided by mortuaries to the news department, are published at no charge, and feature only specific basic information about the deceased. Paid obituaries are placed through the Classified advertising department. Paid obituaries may be placed by mortuaries or by families of the deceased and include online publication linked to the newspaper’s website. Paid obituaries may be of any length, may run multiple days and offer wide latitude of content, including photos. Advertisement ... (Red Bluff Daily News)

Oct 12, 2015

COMMUNITY CALENDAR: Bellflower to celebrate 58th birthday

Saturday, Oct. 10 Fundraiser breakfast: The Southeast Japanese School and Community Center, 14615 Gridley Road, Norwalk, hosts a pancake breakfast and holiday boutique beginning at 7 a.m. Cost is $5 for a breakfast of pancakes, sausage, rice, eggs, coffee and juice. Holiday gifts are for sale. Proceeds go to the Norwalk youth sports programs. (562) 929-5700 Violence symposium: The Greater Federation of Women ‘s Clubs of Huntington Park conducts a free symposium on domestic violence and sexual assault awareness from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Huntington Park Community Center, 6925 Salt Lake Ave. There are featured speakers, small workshops, a resource fair and self-defense demonstrations. (323) 584-6352 Free disposal: The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works and Sanitation Districts sponsor a free disposal of household waste from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Huntington Park City Yard, 6900 Bissell St. Items accepted include brake fluid, used motor oil, paint thinner, household cleaners with acid or lye, pesticides, vehicle batteries, expired drugs and fluorescent light bulbs.Dry items must be in a sturdy box. Liquid items must be in closed containers. Items not accepted include any wastes from a business, trash, tires, explosives, ammunition, large appliances and controlled substances. (800) 238-0172 Downey market: A farmer’s market offers fresh produce and other items from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Downey Avenue between Second and Third streets in Downey. It is operated by a nonprofit group called Raw Inspiration. Parking is available in the city’s parking structure there or on marked spaces on surrounding streets. (562) 904-7284 Monday, Oct. 12 Bellflower market: A farmers market operates from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Simms Park, 16614 S. Clark Ave., Bellflower. Fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants, breads, sprouts, honey and more are available. (562) 866-7510. South Gate market: Harbor Area Farmers Markets sponsors a farmers market from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at South Gate Park, Tweedy Boulevard and Walnut Avenue. Fruits, vegetables, herbs, nuts, fish, eggs, honey, baked items and gardens plants are available. (323) 774-0159 Junior golf: Youngsters from 7 to 17 may participate in the Pico Rivera Junior Golf Club at the Pico Rivera Golf Course, 3260 Fairway Drive, from 5 to 6 p.m. Cost is $10 per week or $30 for the month. (562) 692-9933 Coloring club: The Norwalk Library, 12350 Imperial Highway, conducts a coloring club for adults from 6 to 7 p.m. Coloring is a no-pressure art form that helps people unwind and from a day at the office. Materials are provided. (562) 868-0775 Tuesday, Oct. 13 Farmers market: The Norwalk Committee on Aging conducts a farmers market from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Excelsior High School south parking lot, on the south side of Alondra Boulevard west of Pioneer Boulevard. Fresh fruits, flowers, vegetables and fish are available. Wednesday, Oct. 14 Fresh ... (Los Angeles Wave Newspapers)

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