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Illinois State Featured Florists
240 E Side SqCarlinville, IL 62626
980 Elk Grove Town CentreElk Grove Village, IL 60007
175 N Springfield StVirden, IL 62690
720 E Elm StCanton, IL 61520
8722 West Dempster StreetNiles, IL 60714
Illinois Flowers News
Nov 9, 2019
Local flower shops “petaling it forward” Wednesday - week.com
EAST PEORIA (WEEK) — Flower shops in central Illinois were “petaling” it forward Wednesday.
Staff members at Becks Florist were giving out free flowers in hopes to spread kindness and brighten everyone’s day.
“Emotions are what it’s all about. Whether it (is) smiles, tears, or whatever it may be, emotions make people happy,” said Becks Florist owner Greg Becks.
Becks in East Peoria is just one of many participating in the area.
Other shops “petaling” it forward include:
Picket Fence in Chillicothe
Ivy Gardens in El Paso
Flower Basket in Eureka
Flowers by Julia in Princeton
G.P. Miller Floral in Peoria
Sterling Flower Shop in Peoria
Hy-Vee in Peoria
Despite the rebuild, the Greenhouse Flower Shop in Pekin will be participating at the Pekin Post Office and Beechams Market in Tremont.
... Oct 10, 2019
Hannah & Matt | Boone Hall Plantation - charlestonweddingsmag.com
Girls night turned into the best night of my life!”
Soon after, Hannah moved to Atlanta and since Matt lived in Illinois, the two commuted to see one another every other weekend over the next two-and-a-half years. When Matt bought what Hannah calls a “precious” home in Barrington, Illinois, she moved in, too. They live there today, and Hannah says relocating to be with him was the easiest decision of her life.
Bathroom Break and Bling?
Not long after, it was Memorial Day weekend, and the two were taking a hike in Wisconsin before they were to meet up for “Friday Fish Fry” with his family. After begging for a break, Hannah says, she sat on a bench on an overlook while he disappeared into the trees supposedly to relieve himself. As she took in the views, he was actually setting up a GoPro to record the pending proposal. He came back, pulled out a ring, and … “It was so sweet,” says Hannah. “I am not positive if he fully asked me to marry him, but after a lot of very embarrassing jumping around, I said ‘Yes!’” When they headed back down the mountain, the fish fry had morphed into an engagement party with friends and family who were there to celebrate with the couple all weekend long.
About that Ring
“All I knew was that she like emerald (???) cut and preferred a three-stone style,” says Matthew. “Nothing more. To her credit, she wasn’t pushy and didn’t want to know anything. I ended up creating and designing it with the aid of a close friend’s ‘diamond guy.’ After hand-picking each stone, I moved on to the band and setting. It took a few months, but she was happy, and that’s all I care about.”
Black and White or Full-Color?
Hannah thought green and white was going to be her color combo for the wedding day, but after OD-ing on Pinterest, and talking with planner Natalie Knox of Boone Hall, they went with pops of color via the flowers and taper candles. The verdict? Classy and colorful!
img class="size-full wp-image-96919" src="https://www.theweddingrow.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/2019-10-08_002... Oct 10, 2019
Cheryl O'Farrell, 63 of Montrose, Mo. - 921News
House of Hound or St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital
Cheryl Denise O’Farrell, 63, passed away peacefully on October 7, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. She was the daughter of Donald and Margaret Ann (Herberger) Barry born on January 31, 1956. She spent her formative years in the Appleton City area, where she graduated from high school in 1974. Following the completion of her education, she married Clifford “Hoot” O’Farrell, her husband of 31 years. They shared four wonderful children: Chad, Denise, Sean, and Nathan.
Cheryl spent many hours raising her children, and also managed to complete her nursing certificate and cosmetology license. She worked as a CNA for many years at Ellet Memorial Hospital, where many patients benefited from her humor and gentle touch. She also worked at Headstart Preschool, and was a hairdresser. Apart from her careers, she dearly loved to spend time with family and friends fishing, camping, and traveling. Cheryl loved family get togethers, where she displayed her wit and decidedly and freely gave her opinions. She was an incredible gardener, who loved doing yard chores. Along with these activities, she enjoyed gambling and spending her hard earned dollar at Downstream Casino, where, according to her, she “rarely lost.” Her most cherished hobby, however, was taking motorcycle trips across the United States. She and “Hoot” rode many long miles together with their biker friends on their Harley Davidson freewheeler. She will be deeply missed by her many friends and family. Jul 26, 2019
Gorgeous Gardens and Flower Farms in Champaign-Urbana: The Best Places to See Flowers - chambanamoms.com
A Children’s Secret Garden Grows Inside the IDEA Garden in Urbana
Best Kept Secret: Plant Biology Greenhouse on the University of Illinois Campus in Urbana
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Day Trip: Paris Sunflower Maze
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5-Acre Farm Daylilies, Tolono
Sharp’s Crossing Lavender Farm, Champaign
Farmers Markets in Champaign-Urbana and Beyond
Filed Under: Blog, Outdoor Fun, Spring Activities, Summer Activities Tagged With: allerton, champaign, daylilies, farmers market, farms, floral, flowers, garden, japan house, lavender, paris, peonies, rose, sunflowers, urbana... Mar 29, 2019
PCHS music program hopes to boost flower sales for its fundraiser - East Peoria Times-Courier
Drum majors are sent to leadership camp during the summer to acquire the skills needed for their position. Western Illinois University, Northern Illinois University, Eastern Illinois University and Illinois State University offer camps for wind and string instruments along with jazz band camp. McCann said that each year several PCHS students attend a national band camp in Nashville after they audition. PCHS helps pay costs for students to go.
“We never want to exclude a student because of financial hardship,” McCann said. “I don’t want to have to say, ‘Sorry, you can’t be in band because you can’t afford it.’ We are very well supported by PCHS. We have a substantial budget. This is a way to supplement it.”
McCann said they will happily accept donations if people do not want to have the flowers. The order forms may be dropped off or mailed to the PCHS Principal’s Office at 1903 Court St., attention PCHS Flower Sale.