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Picket Fence Floral, Gift & Garden Center

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Business name:
Picket Fence Floral, Gift & Garden Center
Address:
310 N 4Th St
City:
Chillicothe
State:
Illinois
Zip Code:
61523
Phone number:
(309) 274-5414
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Flowers and Gifts News

Feb 3, 2017

BC Player of the Week: Knox City's Flowers wins honor

Myca Flowers(Photo: Courtesy) With her team opening its District 8-1A schedule against Chillicothe and Harrold last week, Knox City's Myca Flowers picked the right time for a pair of top-flight performances. Flowers, who earns our Big Country Player of the Week award for the week ending Jan. 14, took the accolade after charting a combined 51 points, 24 rebounds and a dozen steals. Chillicothe was the first victim, falling 56-10 to Knox City behind a 21-point, eight-rebound, five-steal effort from Flowers. Harrold fell three nights later when the 5-foot-10 junior lit the Lady Hornets up for 30 points, 16 boards and seven steals. "Her effort was tremendous," coach Dylan Ballard said. "She's one of those players who isn't very big width-wise, but she's tall and has long arms. "She can get in there and get to the basket. She's not afraid to get hit and she's one of the most athletic girls we have. Our players trust her and believe in her." Knox City enters this week at 11-9 overall. BIG COUNTRY TOP 10 1. Trent Padron, Forward, Jr., Gorman — Poured in a combined 43 points in wins over Strawn (51-30) and Moran (60-34) last week, including a 16-of-18 tally from the free-throw line. Padron finished... (ReporterNews.com)

Feb 3, 2016

Everett L. "Jim" James

Linda King; and brother, William "Bill" S. James; and grandson, Glenn Pierce. He is survived by his children, Rick (Donna) James of Chillicothe, Mark (Dottie) James of Bainbridge, James and (Tracy) Hunt of Ashville, Sharrie (Tom) Pierce of Chillicothe, Angela Buzzard of Columbus, Carla (Bill) Varnie of Chillicothe, Robin Kleine of Grove City, Tammy James (Sabrina Ferrin) Darbyville and Sheila (David) Partlow of Ashville; three step-sons, Lon (Carla) Stacy, Bobby (Nikki) Stacy and Estill Moore Jr., all of Ashville; sisters, Wanda Goin of Columbus and Marilyn (Kenny) Hardbarger of Ashville; numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews; and many friends. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Feb. 5, 2016, at the Oliver-Cheek Funeral Home with Rev. Lewis Brown officiating. Interment will follow in Harrison Township Cemetery, South Bloomfield. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Heartland Hospice, 116 Morris Rd., Circleville, Ohio 43113. Visit www.olivercheekfuneralhome.com. (Pickaway News Journal)

Jan 8, 2016

Thursday's Prep Results

Jones 9, Orozco 6, Harris 4, Ater 3, Johnson 2. Totals: 22 17-21 65. 3-point field goals: 4, (Beaver 2, Flowers, Jones). Fouled out: none. CHILLICOTHE 59, BISHOP LEBLOND 40 At Grace Gymnasium Chillicothe 17 13 10 19 - 59 Bishop LeBlond 13 2 9 16 - 40 Chillicothe Mason hayward 14, Nate McKiddy 13, Brandon Lamp 11, Snyder 7, Marshall 6, Willard 2, Graves 6. Totals: 19 13-18 59. 3-point field goals: 8, (Snyder 2, McKiddy, Hayward 3, Lamp, Graves). Fouled out: none. Bishop LeBlond Wes Smith 12, Lilly 9, Olinger 7, Loehnig 6, Davis 2, Schanze 2, Modlin 2. Totals: 11 17-25 40. 3-point field goals: 1, (Olinger). Fouled out: none. SAVANNAH 55, CAMERON 32 At Cameron, Mo. Savannah 10 13 19 13 - 55 Cameron 12 2 8 10 - 32 Jaxson Steele 10, Blacke McGinness 14, Jake Scheib 14, Moudlin 2, Castle 2, Phillips 5, Davis 6, Bly 2. Totals: 22 10-12 55. 3-point field goals: 1, (Davis). Fouled out: none. Sam Morrison 14, Andrew Pratt, Dickerson 3. Totals: 11 6-8 32. 3-point field goals: 4, (Morrison 4). Fouled out: none. BRAYMER 58, PATTONSBURG 31 At Pattonsburg, Mo. Braymer 10 17 14 17 - 58 Pattonsburg 11 0 14 6 - 31 Jacob Dudley 13, Logan O’Dell 19, Jordan Miller 15, Rogers 2, Atherton 2, Shoe 2, Montoya 3, Gladieux 2. Totals: 25 4-10 58. 3-point field goals: 4, (Dudley, Montoya , Miller 2). Fouled out: none. Pattonsburg Jones 7, Turner 2, Dinwiddie 8, Dilley, Moore 4, Pankau 4. Totals: 14 3-4 31. Fouled out: none. POLO 52, ALBANY 20 At Albany, Mo. Polo 10 13 18 11 - 52 Albany 6 6 3 5 - 20 Parker Smith 17, James Fleener 15, Jones 2, Hubbard 4, Vaughn 5, Bartlett 5, Thompson 4. Totals: 22 6-11 52 . 3-point field goals: 2, (Smith, Bartlett). Fouled out: none. Albany (3-7) Ellis 4, Cline 7, Wilson 3, McClain 3, Bennett 3. Totals: 6 6-9 20. 3-point field goals: 2, (Wilson, McClain. Fouled out: Wilson. WINSTON 63, TINA-AVALON 61 At Winston, Mo. Tina-Avalon 18 22 6 15 - 61 Winston 12 18 13 20 - 63 Tina-Avalon Chase Wooden 26, Luke Churan 14, Zane Kinsella 11, Sinclair 7, O’Neal 3. Totals: 19 17-25 61. 3-point field goals: 6, (Wooden 3, Churan 2, Sinclair) Fouled out: Sinclair, O’Neal. Winston (11-0) Jordan Leonard 29, Craig Lewis 12, J. Lewis 8, Farrell 2, Hisel 4 Harris 8. Totals: 22 16-25 63. 3-point field goals: 3, (Craig Lewis 2, Leonard). Fouled out: Craig Lewis. Savannah Quad At Savannah, Mo. SAVANNAH 54, MARYVILLE 22 CAMERON 43, SAVANNAH 33 CAMERON 82, LAFAYETTE 0 MARYVILLE 40, LAFAYETTE 12 CAMERON 72, MARYVILLE 12 SAVANNAH 63, LAFAYETTE 18 MAYSVILLE 37, TRENTON 36 At Carrollton, Mo. 106 – Double Forfeit 113 – Jared Eads (Maysville) wins by forfeit 120 – Daniel Rodriguez (Trenton) pins Nathan Poindexter, 0:46 126 – Dylan Wade (Maysville) pins Tommy Johnston, 2:48 132 – Tyler Warner... (News-Press Now)

Dec 30, 2015

Elsie Lekwa Jan. 8, 1928 — Dec. 28, 2015

Elsie is survived by her husband Darwin, of Ames; two daughters, Lois Jean Lee and her husband Cliff, of Chillicothe, Ill., and Carla Lea McWilliams and her husband, Tom, of Westminster, Colo.; brother, Elmer (Audrey) Wirtz, of Dows; and sister-in-law Phyllis Wirtz, of Hampton. She also leaves behind a legacy of three granddaughters and five great-grandchildren.Preceding Elsie in death were her three sisters; Irene McVenes, Florence Pralle and Loretta Chambers; her brother, Arthur Wirtz; and her parents, John and Charlotte.In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to North Grand Christian Church, 919 30th St. Ames, IA, (515) 232-1060. (Ames Tribune)

Aug 18, 2015

Kirtland florist retiring after 35 years

A former secretary at Hillcrest Hospital in Mayfield Heights, White took over ownership of Countryside Floral, 10535 Chillicothe Road in Kirtland, for her brother in 1980. On Aug. 17, she’ll hand over ownership to Denise Pretnar Gorski, a former customer. White, 76, has collected 35 years of memories in the floral business. She said she’ll miss the people she encountered the most. Working in Kirtland’s small community made it easy to develop relationships with loyal customers she’ll always remember. “My good memories are just watching people grow up,” White said. “The young kids come in with their parents and some of them, I did their wedding. Then they bring their kids in and as they got older, I was doing the flowers for their homecoming and prom. I’ve been here long enough that I’ve married some of them. It’s like a circle.” Advertisement White is retiring from business to enjoy free time and continue her recovery from lung cancer. She underwent surgeries in January and April. Business has kept White busy over the years, but her staff of four has kept up, despite all the annual Mother’s Day, wedding and prom orders... (News-Herald.com)

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