King Soopers Floral #426
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King Soopers Floral #426
0260 Beaver Creek Place
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Flowers and Gifts News
Apr 6, 2018
'RIP Dean': Flowers left at scene of tragic death in Taunton
Still can’t believe this has happened. Thank you to the paramedics who did all they can to try and save him, you really are amazing people.”
An Avon and Somerset Police spokesman said: “We were called by the ambulance service to a report of a man found unresponsive on Priory Bridge Road just before 12.40am on Tuesday, April 3.
The man sadly died at the scene. The death is not being treated as suspicious and is being referred to the coroner.”
A South Western Ambulance Service spokesman confirmed it attended the incident.
(Somerset County Gazette)Jan 12, 2018
New flower shop Fancy Pansy opens in Avon
AVON — Flowers never go out of style, which is why longtime Eagle County local and Colorado native Frankie Sheridan started Fancy Pansy out of her garage five years ago.Last month, Sheridan officially opened her brick and mortar store at 51 Beaver Creek Place (across from City Market and next to Columbine Bakery), which is the only flower shop in Avon."After so many years of working out of my garage, it's a dream come true to finally have my own storefront," Sheridan said. "We are looking forward to designing according to our clients' individual needs while utilizing our knowledge of materials and patterns to create arrangements that are beautiful and memorable."Variety of ArrangementsSince its inception in 2012, Fancy Pansy has become a local favorite known for crafting unique floral designs for weddings, restaurants and special occasions. With the opening of her new shop, Sheridan has created a welcoming space for clients to discuss their floral vision. The lounge area feels as invit...Oct 19, 2017
Flower philanthropy: Surprise bouquets delight with message of goodwill
When Carl Howard, of Kenly, received his pair of bouquets, it wasn’t long before he was handing one of them to LaVonne Jones, of Wilson.“I love that. It makes me feel real good. I think that was a really good move,” Howard said.Deliverer Jenny O’Hara said the idea was awesome.“I think it does as much for me to give them away as it does for the recipients,” O’Hara said. “It makes you feel good to see someone smile and make them happy and be able to share that with somebody else.”... (The Wilson Times)Sep 22, 2017
Hiking in Colorado: 5 hikes, 4 wildflowers and a dozen places to apres near Vail
Wildflowers You May SeeJaymee Squires is the director of graduate programs at Walking Mountains Science Center in Avon, and she also really knows her wildflowers. Head into Walking Mountains to peruse their flower books, and take advantage of their guided nature walks and hikes throughout the valley. Learn more at WalkingMountains.org.Here's some insight from Squires on some local blooms. All flower images by local photographer, Rick Spitzer.1. FireweedThis plant flowers from the bottom-up, and it's said that when the last bit flowers on the top, we have reached the end of summer. You can also peel off the outer stem of fireweed and fry up the inner stem with garlic. Find these flowers growing along Gore Creek and other wetland areas.2. Cow ParsnipAnother flower that likes being near water, cow parsnip is very tall with a bunch of tiny white flowers on top. While the leaves on these look tempting to use as toilet paper, Squires said the seemingly soft surface actually has little barbs, so beware.3. MonkshoodA family member to the revered columbine (Colorado's state flower), monkshood generally grows in marshy areas and is often spotted on trails in alpine areas. These purple flowers actually resemble a monk's hood. They are poisonous to eat but beautiful to see.4. Wild RosesThe flowers of the wild roses may be gone for the season, but their rose hip fruit is still available to harvest. These are said to have as much vitamin C as an orange, and you can pick them to steep for tea.Hot Spots To Apres-HikeWe polled some of our locals online to get a feel for where people are enjoying post-activity replenishment. Here's the intel on where the locals go:Vail"Up The Creek, it's amazing and right on the Gore." — Jenny Klingmueller Hochtl"Sure do like that deck at Pendulum for a post-hike glass of vino and a snack!" — Cathy Cohn"Bol … great food, great cocktails and fun people watching!" — Paula Turner"Mountain Standard!! It's a beautiful covered patio close to Gore Creek. I have many guests sit and drink and nosh while they watch their kiddos play in the creek." — Arianne HughesEagle-Vail and Avon"VBC (Vail Brewing Company) — the Eagle-Vail location has a great food truck and the Vail location has an awesome deck. And there is beer there." — Walt Bleser"Boxcar — great patio and cocktails! Plus I treat myself to their soft pretzel and trop of dipping sauces post hike. Nomnomnom." — Lauren CiaralloEdwards"eat + drink patio lounge is perfect after Lake Creek or any other Edwards hikes. Six roses by the glass and hula hoops to loosen up those hips!" — Pollyanna Forster"Hovey & Harrison in Edwards recently opened and it's the best thing that's happened to this valley in a long time! I'm sitting here now writing this article (yes, this one), post hike, on the patio alongside many happy customers. As they say here, Eat Real Food!" — Kim FullerEagle"Well post bike I love Bonfire because of their Glutart Ale." — Kristen Caples"Dusty Boot Roadhouse because they give money and muscle to support trails! Also, Tiki Bar." — Amy Berger Cassidyp class="STND-STND... (Vail Daily News)Aug 10, 2017
Police looking for suspect who used flowers to gain access to retirement facility
Investigators say the burglar hit The Brightview Avondale facility Friday. Four separate residents were robbed and the suspect got away with about $100,000 in valuables."When they got down there they started talking to residents of the facility and they found out that four different rooms had been burglarized," said Major William Davis of the Harford County Sheriff's Office.Video from the facility released by the sheriff's office shows the suspect casually walking in carrying flowers, but this was no petty theft."Someone came in from outside and went inside and stole property to the tune of about $87,000-$100,000," Davis said.Those that run the facility say they have state of the art security and this is not something that happens on their property. Investigators think the man in the video may have used the flowers as a cover to gain access."He walks into the facility we believe that it's possibly a rouse that people would think that he belonged and that he was going to visit somebody, carrying flowers to take to his loved one," said Davis.As detectives search for their victim, they're urg... (ABC2 News)Aug 10, 2017
Man uses flower ruse to steal from senior living facility, authorities say
Office captioned the video "Who does this?" In a Facebook post that's getting thousands of views.It shows a man peeking into the windows of the Avondell Assisted Living Complex in Bel Air, carrying a bouquet of flowers, then walking into the building just after 7 p.m. on July 28 with no apparent problem. Once inside, he's accused of burglarizing several apartments."We're guessing that was a ruse to walk in so people would think that he's going in there to visit somebody, so that nobody would approach him thinking he belong there and he could walk through the place. It would lend to believe that he also had some knowledge of what was going on in the place," Harford County Sheriff's Office Maj. William Davis said.Residents were told not to speak to WBAL-TV 11 News, but one lady said she saw the man with flowers and found it unusual. Investigators said once inside the building, the man targeted units while residents were apparently in common areas. He got away with a stash of valuables."So somewhere in the neighborhood of $80,000 to $100,000 worth of valuables were stolen. It was jewelry, money, credit cards and things like that," Davis said.Management at the complex declined to answer questions about their security, and representatives for the complex's parent company, Brightview Senior Living, did not respond to an interview request.A regional operations manager told 11 News, "…concerns about safety and security" are a top priority.For now, deputies said they want to capture the burglar before he tries his flower trick and targets the elderly again.Anyone ... (WBAL Baltimore)
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