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Florists in Darien, GA

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Darien Flower Shops

Doodlebugs Flower Shop

404 Market Street
Darien, GA 31305
(912) 437-3423

Darien GA News

Jun 29, 2017

Obituary: Robert Francis Jordan, long-time former resident, marketing executive, UCONN Huskies fan

Robert was a long time resident of Darien, having raised his two sons there.  Robert is survived by his son Christopher Jordan of West Palm Beach, FL; son Garrett Jordan and his wife Beth of Hingham, MA; brother Steve Jordan and nephew Ryan Jordan of Wethersfield, CT and three grandchildren, Alexis, Piper and Liam.  Robert will be laid to rest with a private service at the Connecticut State Veteran’s Cemetery in Middletown, Connecticut.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donation may be made to the Make-A- Wish Foundation at www.wish.org. To sign the online memorial guestbook, Please visit www.potterfuneralhome.com... (Darien Times)

Jun 29, 2017

Obituary: Robert Francis Jordan, long-time former resident, marketing executive, UCONN Huskies fan

Robert was a long time resident of Darien, having raised his two sons there.  Robert is survived by his son Christopher Jordan of West Palm Beach, FL; son Garrett Jordan and his wife Beth of Hingham, MA; brother Steve Jordan and nephew Ryan Jordan of Wethersfield, CT and three grandchildren, Alexis, Piper and Liam.  Robert will be laid to rest with a private service at the Connecticut State Veteran’s Cemetery in Middletown, Connecticut.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donation may be made to the Make-A- Wish Foundation at www.wish.org. To sign the online memorial guestbook, Please visit www.potterfuneralhome.com... (Darien Times)

Jun 2, 2017

A beautiful tradition: Flowering baskets return to downtown lamp posts

Arstorp; Jeff Smith, back, left John Qua, James Blakeney, Elizabeth Hall, and Jim Hogan.If you have noticed some extra beauty and color in downtown Darien recently, the Beautification Committee is to be thanked. The committee has been arranging for and placing the baskets of cascading flowers for over a decade.On May 24, committee members met at 7:30 a.m. at the Goodwives Shopping Center to accept delivery of 184 flowering baskets which were hung throughout downtown Darien and along the Post Road from the area near Starbucks to Noroton. The Department of Public Works crew joins the committee each year to help hang them. The committee has used the same Long Island nursery for many years, have experimented over the years with the flower and color choice. Suzanne Schutte, commission chairman said “We believe we have come up with the perfect, long living, and beautiful arrangement. Each basket is comprised of a selection of pink, purple, blue and white petunias (traditional New England colors), and is housed in a moss lined basket to retain water.” Each basket weighs approximately 10 pounds (dry/not watered), so it’s both a challenge and great workout to get them all hung, she said.The commission always has them delivered and hung right bef... (Darien Times)

Jun 2, 2017

A beautiful tradition: Flowering baskets return to downtown lamp posts

Arstorp; Jeff Smith, back, left John Qua, James Blakeney, Elizabeth Hall, and Jim Hogan.If you have noticed some extra beauty and color in downtown Darien recently, the Beautification Committee is to be thanked. The committee has been arranging for and placing the baskets of cascading flowers for over a decade.On May 24, committee members met at 7:30 a.m. at the Goodwives Shopping Center to accept delivery of 184 flowering baskets which were hung throughout downtown Darien and along the Post Road from the area near Starbucks to Noroton. The Department of Public Works crew joins the committee each year to help hang them. The committee has used the same Long Island nursery for many years, have experimented over the years with the flower and color choice. Suzanne Schutte, commission chairman said “We believe we have come up with the perfect, long living, and beautiful arrangement. Each basket is comprised of a selection of pink, purple, blue and white petunias (traditional New England colors), and is housed in a moss lined basket to retain water.” Each basket weighs approximately 10 pounds (dry/not watered), so it’s both a challenge and great workout to get them all hung, she said.The commission always has them delivered and hung right bef... (Darien Times)

Apr 13, 2017

New Canaan Country School Day of Service Benefits Open Door Shelter In Norwalk

Shelter April 1 included (front row from left): Thomas Ricciardelli of New Canaan, Finley Bean of Norwalk, Sam Ives of New Canaan, Nate Stevens of Darien, Henry Dale of Darien and Mia Secko of Norwalk. (Back row from left): Michael Ricciardelli, Jeannie Bean of Norwalk, Jeffrey Ricciardelli, and Jack Johnson of New Canaan, Alex Byrne of Darien, Kevin Barnard of New Canaan, Kevin Thompson of Norwalk, Kerry and Jed Stevens of Darien.)...

Apr 13, 2017

New Canaan Country School Day of Service Benefits Open Door Shelter In Norwalk

Shelter April 1 included (front row from left): Thomas Ricciardelli of New Canaan, Finley Bean of Norwalk, Sam Ives of New Canaan, Nate Stevens of Darien, Henry Dale of Darien and Mia Secko of Norwalk. (Back row from left): Michael Ricciardelli, Jeannie Bean of Norwalk, Jeffrey Ricciardelli, and Jack Johnson of New Canaan, Alex Byrne of Darien, Kevin Barnard of New Canaan, Kevin Thompson of Norwalk, Kerry and Jed Stevens of Darien.)...

Jan 26, 2017

Michigan State CB target Emmanuel Flowers shares hopes for official visit; Spartans stay active in Atlanta area

National Signing Day on Feb. 1. For now, until he gets on campus, Flowers stays in touch with Michigan State linebacker commit Darien Clemons as well as Barnett, who continues to share his pitch. “He’s been telling me that they’re a family, and I know that’s been getting me more interested,” Flowers said of Barnett. “And he’s been telling me that I can go both ways eventually. If I get comfortable playing there as a DB, I can actually play some receiver, too.” New offer extended Just because the Michigan State coaches stayed busy over the weekend hosting official visitors it didn’t keep them from working the phones. On Sunday, 4-star Stockbridge (Ga.) defensive end Brenton Cox announced a Michigan State offer. It added to a list that includes Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Nebraska and Tennessee. Received and offer from Michigan state , Blessed ????. #SpartanPride pic.twitter.com/7i0QOltD1e — Brenton™ (@Brenton_cox) January 15, 2017 Michigan State has been active recruiting in Stockbridge, a southern suburb of Atlanta. The Spartans hosted 3-star cornerback Yusuf Corker, now committed to Kentucky, on an official visit and have pursued 3-star Virginia Tech running back commit Jalen Holston. Both live in Stockbridge. Speaking of 2018 defensive ends, Michigan State got good news regarding 4-star target Dorian Hardy, who included MSU in his top 12. Blessed top 12 as of now ???????? Shoutout to my boy @brandondorf5 for the tough edit?????? pic.twitter.com/dx4TEarYre — Dorian Hardy (@dtheillest1) January 13, 2017 Hardy included some difficult programs to top, including College Football Playoff competitors Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State. Basketball commitment stat tracker Five-star Michigan State commit Jaren Jackson Jr., who was named a McDonald’s All-American on Sunday night, did not play last week as La Lumiere (La Porte, Ind.) gears up for the Hoophall Classic in Springfield, Mass. But the Spartans’ other three commits hit the floor multiple times. Here’s how they performed. 2017 Grand Rapids (Mich.) Christian big man Xavier Tillman helped his Eagles remain undefeated with back-to-back double-doubles. He posted 13 points and 10 rebounds in a 71-49 win over Wayland Union on Tuesday, then 16 and 11 in a 71-35 destruction of South Christian on Friday. GRC has won its six games by an average of 27.3 points. 2017 Macomb (Mich.) Dakota forward Thomas Kithier looks to be back at full health after a minor knee injury. He put up 20 points and 10 rebounds Friday in a 79-37 win over Utica Eisenhower, then 27 and 6 while helping Dakota beat Flint Beecher the next day. 2017 Clarkston (Mich.) point guard Foster Loyer can’t stop scoring. He dropped 20 points Thursday against Hazel Park and another 28 Friday at Western International. He led Clarkston to wins in both games as the Wolves remain undefeated on the year.

Jan 26, 2017

Michigan State CB target Emmanuel Flowers shares hopes for official visit; Spartans stay active in Atlanta area

National Signing Day on Feb. 1. For now, until he gets on campus, Flowers stays in touch with Michigan State linebacker commit Darien Clemons as well as Barnett, who continues to share his pitch. “He’s been telling me that they’re a family, and I know that’s been getting me more interested,” Flowers said of Barnett. “And he’s been telling me that I can go both ways eventually. If I get comfortable playing there as a DB, I can actually play some receiver, too.” New offer extended Just because the Michigan State coaches stayed busy over the weekend hosting official visitors it didn’t keep them from working the phones. On Sunday, 4-star Stockbridge (Ga.) defensive end Brenton Cox announced a Michigan State offer. It added to a list that includes Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, Georgia, Nebraska and Tennessee. Received and offer from Michigan state , Blessed ????. #SpartanPride pic.twitter.com/7i0QOltD1e — Brenton™ (@Brenton_cox) January 15, 2017 Michigan State has been active recruiting in Stockbridge, a southern suburb of Atlanta. The Spartans hosted 3-star cornerback Yusuf Corker, now committed to Kentucky, on an official visit and have pursued 3-star Virginia Tech running back commit Jalen Holston. Both live in Stockbridge. Speaking of 2018 defensive ends, Michigan State got good news regarding 4-star target Dorian Hardy, who included MSU in his top 12. Blessed top 12 as of now ???????? Shoutout to my boy @brandondorf5 for the tough edit?????? pic.twitter.com/dx4TEarYre — Dorian Hardy (@dtheillest1) January 13, 2017 Hardy included some difficult programs to top, including College Football Playoff competitors Alabama, Clemson and Ohio State. Basketball commitment stat tracker Five-star Michigan State commit Jaren Jackson Jr., who was named a McDonald’s All-American on Sunday night, did not play last week as La Lumiere (La Porte, Ind.) gears up for the Hoophall Classic in Springfield, Mass. But the Spartans’ other three commits hit the floor multiple times. Here’s how they performed. 2017 Grand Rapids (Mich.) Christian big man Xavier Tillman helped his Eagles remain undefeated with back-to-back double-doubles. He posted 13 points and 10 rebounds in a 71-49 win over Wayland Union on Tuesday, then 16 and 11 in a 71-35 destruction of South Christian on Friday. GRC has won its six games by an average of 27.3 points. 2017 Macomb (Mich.) Dakota forward Thomas Kithier looks to be back at full health after a minor knee injury. He put up 20 points and 10 rebounds Friday in a 79-37 win over Utica Eisenhower, then 27 and 6 while helping Dakota beat Flint Beecher the next day. 2017 Clarkston (Mich.) point guard Foster Loyer can’t stop scoring. He dropped 20 points Thursday against Hazel Park and another 28 Friday at Western International. He led Clarkston to wins in both games as the Wolves remain undefeated on the year.

Dec 15, 2016

Simbang Gabi heralds Christmas in Philippine tradition

Masses will be said nightly at two West suburban churches. The Masses are set for 7 p.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church in Darien and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at St. Mary Immaculate Church in Plainfield. Several Catholic churches grouped in two clusters within the Joliet Diocese will take turns hosting each evening's Mass. The novena takes its name -- Simbang Gabi -- from the Philippine native language, Tagalog. "It means 'Night Mass,'" said Ditas Alzona, organizer of the special service at Christ the King Catholic Church in Lombard, which will host Simbang Gabi for the eastern cluster on Thursday, Dec. 15. Many people go to Mass on each of the nine nights to complete the novena, she said. "It's in preparation for Christmas Day, in preparation for the coming of the Lord," she said. Alzona said the Mass, which includes a children's procession, music and special readings, is similar to those observed in the islands. "The only difference is the time. Normally, in the Philippines, Simbang Gabi is celebrated at 4 o'clock in the morning because the people are fishermen or farmers," she said. "We have to adjust to the time." Masses in the diocese are scheduled for as early as 4:30 p.m. and as late as 7:30 p.m. Lourdes Chew is on the Simbang Gabi committee at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church in Naperville. St. Thomas is hosting Simbang Gabi Mass at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17. "Most Filipinos who have moved here and are Americans now have experienced this as a child. For most of us, we grew up with this tradition," she said. "We're very excited the diocese supports us." Chew sai... (Chicago Daily Herald)

Feb 3, 2016

Lucille Catherine (Wolfe) Dreher, Beloit, WI

Care in Madison, WI. She was born to Lydia (Deschner) and Paul Wolfe on June 28, 1927, in Elkhorn WI. For her early education she attended schools in Darien and Delavan, then graduated from Evansville High School in 1945. In 1946, she completed postsecondary studies at The Business Institute in Milwaukee, WI, and was employed first by New England Life Insurance Company and later by Liberty Mutual Insurance, both in Milwaukee. She married her high school sweetheart, George Leslie Dreher, on Aug. 23, 1947, at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Delavan. They made their home in Milwaukee, while George finished college studies, then moved to Beloit in 1950. Lucy centered her life on her family and her church. She was a very active member of St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church & School in Beloit. She served on numerous committees, taught Sunday School, was church historian, and organized, hosted and led a weekly women’s Bible study in her home for more than fifteen years. As her children grew, she volunteered as a room mother for the school, a 4H leader and Cub Scout Den Mother. Lucy taught knitting classes at Blackhawk Technical College for thirty years. Over the years, she also supported some of her friends by working part-time in their local businesses and was a docent for several years at the Tallman House (Janesville). A happy, positive, caring and energetic person she loved all people and... (Janesville Gazette)