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Business name:
Powell The Florist
Address:
1215 Liberty Dr
City:
Mishawaka
State:
Indiana
Zip Code:
46545
Phone number:
(574) 255-2588
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Flowers and Gifts News

Jun 8, 2017

Flowers vandalized at Mishawaka's Battell Park

MISHAWAKA — The city parks department is once again looking for vandals. More than 250 annual flowers at the rock garden at Battell Park, which had been planted last week by a class from Beiger Elementary School, were pulled out of the ground and trampled sometime Tuesday or Wednesday, said parks Superintendent Phil Blasko.He said staff are going through video footage from the park to see if they can identify the vandals. Anyone with information is asked to call the parks department at 574-258-1664 or Mishawaka police at 574-258-1678.Blasko said a company contacted the department Friday and is donating flowers to replace all the ones that were lost.Vandalism is an almost weekly issue in the parks. He said the city is also still looking for vandals who cut a hole in the Merrifield Pool liner in early May. The liner has since been patched, and the pool will open for the season on Monday. Blasko said the city plans to install security cameras at Merrifield this year. (South Bend Tribune)

Jun 8, 2017

Greenhouse donates flowers after vandals hit Mishawaka park

MISHAWAKA — After vandals recently uprooted flowers planted by youngsters at Battell Park's rock garden, a greenhouse stepped up to fight destruction with an act of kindness.Jean Martin-Neblung, owner of Martin's Greenhouse in South Bend, took action to replace the destroyed plants by donating flowers Friday to the Mishawaka Parks & Recreation Department.Volunteers can help the department plant 11 flats of donated begonia flowers from 9 to 11 a.m. Monday at the park."When I learned someone destroyed the flowers, it rubbed me the wrong way and I said, 'We have to donate these plants.' There was no hesitation on our part because it was the right thing to do," said Martin-Neblung, who owns the greenhouse with her husband, Alan.More than 250 annual flowers were recently removed and trampled by vandals, and Mishawaka police are still looking for who did it. The flowers were planted by a class from Beiger Elementary School.Although about 250 plants were removed, the greenhouse donated mo... (South Bend Tribune)

Jun 10, 2016

High school softball: Kingsmen present flowers after win over Memorial

MISHAWAKA – Not many high school softball teams win 10-0 with a no-hitter, then present its opponent with flowers. That might be what sets Penn apart. The Kingsmen (24-3) were dominant on the field against Elkhart Memorial (12-16) in Tuesday night’s Class 4-A regional. The 10-0 victory earned Penn a ticket to the Lafayette Harrison Semistate Saturday at 11 a.m. against Zionsville. After the game, Penn players took a close look at the human side of the game. Recently, Memorial senior left fielder Desiree Uribe lost her father in a motorcycle accident. She has played through the grief during the Crimson Chargers’ tournament run. The Kingsmen saluted that courage. Close Penn sophomore Hailey Hisaw high fives teammates before the softball regional championship game at Penn High School Tuesday, May 31, 2016. Tribune Photo/MICHAEL CATERINA Penn senior Halle Hixenbaugh tags out Elkhart Memorial senior Kaylee Warner during the softball regional championship... (South Bend Tribune)

May 3, 2016

Questions spring up with May's flowers

I should ask for forgiveness for liking the show so much? • Isn’t it a little silly — and even reckless — for a 22-year-old fan (even if he is from Mishawaka) to jump out of the stands and join a scrum of Major League Baseball players celebrating a teammate’s no-hitter? But if I were 22 again, wouldn’t I want to try it, too? • How come it takes only four — or is it five — White Castle sliders to make me OK with the fact that we don’t have one of those restaurants around here? • And while we’re on fast food, have any of you accidentally chewed up Marvin Gardens — from one of those little tear-off tags on your Coke cups — while simultaneously eating a burger and playing Monopoly at McDonald’s? • Before they decided to put Harriet Tubman on the $20 bill, how many of you could have instantly named Andrew Jackson as the longtime face on that denomination? • OK, how about a harder one? Quick, quick, whose picture is on the $50 bill? An easier one? Who’s on the $10 bill? So how did you do? • How come all the superheroes are suddenly fighting each other in the movies? Can’t Hollywood create enough dastardly villains so they don’t have to turn the good guys on each other? • Can you believe that it’s May already? So can we finally start planting those annuals or do we need to wait another week until Mother’s Day? • Who would have guessed that I could actually e... (South Bend Tribune)

Apr 28, 2016

The day in photos: April 26, 2016

Photo/John Minchillo) Workers listen to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speak at the AM General plant, Tuesday, April 26, 2016, in Mishawaka, Ind. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) A woman and a young boy cover part of their noses as the walk past a massive carcass of a whale at a popular California surfing spot Tuesday, April 26, 2016, in San Clemente, Calif. Authorities are trying to decide what to do with the massive, rotting carcass. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi) A tugboat and barge transporting NASA's only remaining space shuttle external tank, makes it through the Miraflores locks in the Panama Canal, Tuesday, April 26, 2016. The external tank is crossing the Panama Canal during its journey to the California Science Center in Los Angeles, as part of the Space Shuttle Endeavour display. (AP Photo/Arnulfo Franco) A woman holds a Chilean Communist Party flag standing before the grave of the late Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda after he was reburied at his coastal home in Isla Negra, Chile, Tuesday, April 26, 2016. Neruda's body was exhumed in 2013 for a fourth time in an effort to clear up four decades of suspicion about how the poet died in the days after Chile's military coup. The results of the analysis will be delivered on May 5. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix) Washington State Auditor Troy Kelley can be seen in the background at far right rushing to an exit staircase as his attorney, Angelo Calfo, center, talks to reporters following the conclusion of Kelley's federal fraud trial Tuesday, April 26, 2016, in Tacoma, Wash. A jury on Tuesday failed to reach a verdict on key charges against Kelley, and acquitted him on the single count where they could agree. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren) Actress Elizabeth Olsen poses for photographers upon arrival at the European Premiere of the film "Captain America Civil War" in London, Tuesday, April 26, 2016. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP) Actress Elizabeth Olsen poses for photographers upon arrival at the European Premiere of the film "Captain America Civil War" in London, Tuesday, April 26, 2016. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP) Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan reacts at the end of Game 4 of an NBA basketball first-round playoff series against the Portland Trail Blazers Monday, April 25, 2016, in Portland, Ore. The Trail Blazers won 98-84. (AP Photo/Craig... (KOIN.com)

Apr 22, 2016

Wildflowers are springing up all over

Ferrettie-Baugo Creek, Bendix Woods and Spicer Lake Nature Preserve — along with South Bend’s Oliver Mansion, City Cemetery and Darden Bridge, and Mishawaka’s Kamm’s Brewery and Princess Mishawaka statue by City Hall, Osceola’s Town Hall, New Carlisle’s library, North Liberty’s WPA park, Lakeville’s Joshua Tree Earth and Space Museum, Walkerton’s Heritage House and Granger’s Yesterday’s restaurant. • Free trees and open house: The Izaak Walton League, 20400 Darden Road, South Bend, will host an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday where members will give tours (including wildflowers along Juday Creek) and give out free trees, including Norway spruce, dogwood, redbud, tulip poplar, pawpaw and black elderberry. • Nudist park cleanup: Sunny Haven Recreation Park, 11425 Anderson Road, Granger, invites helpers to clean up its grounds at 9 a.m. Saturday. Along with free admission, lunch will be provided. You can bring rakes or leaf blowers or just yourself. Since it’s a nudist park, I asked whether you can expect to see anyone in the nude. I’m told that, while this is considered a clothed activity, there’s no guarantee that every person in the park will be clothed. • Weekday warriors: Elkhart County Parks is seeking volunteers to pitch in from 10 a.m. to noon on the last Wednesday of the month. Work could include preparing for events, painting shelters, cleaning up trails or restoring streams. Lunch will be provided. It begins next week at DeFries Garden in New Paris, when hours will be extended from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. A complete project schedule it at elkhartcountyparks.org/specialevents.htm. Call 574-535-6458 for details. (South Bend Tribune)

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