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Florists in Abilene, KS

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Abilene Flower Shops

The Flower Box, Inc.

421 N. Spruce
Abilene, KS 67410
(785) 263-2828

Abilene KS News

Apr 7, 2017

Cooper junior Flowers 17th at state powerlifting meet, Snyder duo medals

Buy PhotoCooper junior Tatiana Flowers(Photo: Joey D. Richards/Abilene Reporter-News)Buy PhotoWACO - Cooper junior Tatiana Flowers finished 17th in the 148-pound class of the Texas High School Women's Powerlifting Association Class 5A state meet Friday at Extraco Events Center, while Snyder's Kerrington Biggers and Cheyenne Avila both medaled in the 4A meet.Flowers, the only Cooper lifter to qualify for the state meet, lifted 255 pounds in the squat, 150 in the bench press and 325 in the deadlift to finish with a three-lift total of 730 pounds. That came two weeks after setting a region record with a 340-pound deadlift at the regional meet.Brownsville Lopez's Marisol Pulido placed first in the Class 5A 148-pound class with a total of 940 pounds, followed by teammate Lizeth De la Fuente at 935. Conroe Caney Creek's Bre Haesche was third with a total of 915 pounds.In the 4A meet, Biggers placed second in the 165-pound class and Avila was third in the 132 class.Biggers lifted 400 in the squat, 175 in the bench and 405 in the deadlift to finish with a... (ReporterNews.com)

Feb 23, 2017

Mother, daughter duo's hobby is blooming business

Wichita,” Funk said. “It’s really taken off. I guess the more weddings that we’ve done, the more people are aware.” They also have done shows in Abilene, and are preparing to do a show in Kansas City.“The past three years have been a whirlwind,” Knaak said.The business also offers succulent arrangements in unique holders ranging from spice containers to colanders to mason jars. The duo does some digging to find planters they think are unique.“When we’re short pieces, we’ll go around and go to thrift stores,” Knaak said. “Certain things at a thrift store people will walk by, but we’ll fill it and then they’re like, ‘Oh, wow!’” “In the spring and summer is when we go out and buy tons of stuff,” Funk said.“Sometimes we will do arrangements in tea kettles and sugar bowls,” Knaak said.Since Feb. 1, Knaak and Funk put together roughly 200 orders of succulent and candy arrangements. Most of the succulents were real, but for those with no green thumbs, they also made artificial arrangements. “People love succulents and we try to include them in all of our plants,” Knaak said. “I just love succulents. I think they’re beautiful.”Cactuses were also included in the orders.“We did more cactuses and here we are with kitchen tongs trying to put dirt around them without poking ourselves,” Funk said.The idea for candy arrangements came from an old family tradition.“I’ve done candy arrangements just for my daughters where we take a piece of candy and make it into a rose,” Knaak said, “so we decided to take a spinoff of that.” Each candy bouquet took roughly an hour to an hour and a half to make.While they work together on this business, they also work together at a dentist office in Hillsboro.“It works out well,” Tiffany said. “Since we both work there, we have Fridays off, so we’re able to do this. This is our hobby.”Though the duo works together at their full-time jobs and with this business, they both agree it has brought them closer together, and is a fun hobby to have. “Every time we do something, it’s interesting,” Knaak said. “We never know what’s going to happen, but we just have to roll with it and laugh.”... (Peabody Gazette-Bulletin)

Feb 3, 2017

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

Johnny Donnelly and Tanner Schnoor, 132- and 220-pound classes, Jr./So., Hawley— Both of these guys took their weight class at last week’s Abilene Invitational Meet. Donnelly took the top spot in the 132-pound division, with a three-lift total of 975 pounds. Schnoor totaled 1,360 to finish first at 220. "Tanner is an outstanding kid who's just as humble as he is strong,” Hawley coach Matt Preston said. “And he's pretty strong." 10. Brooke Jones, guard, Jr., Knox City— Had a combined 37 points through two games last week, including a 25-point, seven-assist, six-rebound effort against Harrold. 10B. Brooklyn Woodard and Taylor Beeson, post/guard, So./Sr., Stamford— The Lady Bulldogs swept Anson (42-31) and Hawley (81-70) in district play last week, with this pair providing nice numbers in both games. Woodard finished with a combined 47 points, 22 rebounds and 11 steals, while Beeson provided 33 points, 14 boards and four steals. 10C. Sheldon Burchett, guard, Sr., Jayton— Again demonstrated why he’s considered one of the area’s top all-around small-school athletes in wins over Valley (43-30) and Paducah (42-29). Burchett averaged 16 points and 10 rebounds last week, while hitting 46.7 percent from beyond the 3-point arc. 10D. Blaine Hughes and Corleone Pressley, guard/forward, seniors, Brownwood—... (ReporterNews.com)

Dec 28, 2016

Optimists learn about the flower business

Photo provided The guest speaker at the Dec. 21 meeting of the Abilene Optimist Club was Kylie Lee, a primary employee of The Flower Box. Kylie is the daughter of John and Donna Berger, owners of the business. She related much history about the business. She said her dad had been involved in the flower business for over 40 years. She mentioned you don’t have to have a horticulture degree or know all the different flowers to go into the business. You just need to be somewhat artistic and be imaginative. Her dad learned the trade by hands-on experience working several years at the former Olsen Floral Shop. Kylie said their biggest days naturally are Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day, but every holiday it picks up. They have also handled many huge weddings and funerals. Their biggest fresh flower suppliers are out of Wichita, Topeka and Colorado. (Abilene Recorder Chronicle)

Nov 3, 2016

WT coach Flowers is honored by LSC | Amarillo Globe-News

Buffs won their fourth consecutive team title on Saturday at Centennial Park in Commerce. The Buffs made history at the championships by joining Abilene Christian as the only other program to win four straight titles and placing four in the top five, including the top three for the first time at the LSC Championships since 2008. Geoffrey Kipchumba, Blake Whalen, Owen Hind, Tyson Wieland and Reid Splawn were named to the all-conference team. Kipchumba earned all-conference honors for the third straight year after becoming the first Buff to win back-to-back individual titles. WT will compete at the NCAA South Central Region Championships on Nov. 5 at Washington Park in Denver, Colo. (Amarillo.com)

Apr 22, 2016

Reagan Elementary garden gets upgrade for Earth Day from Lowe's employees

By Timothy Chipp of the Abilene Reporter News Posted: 8:20 p.m. 0 Students at Reagan Elementary School helped make the school grounds a little brighter Friday thanks to a partnership between the Hartford Street campus and a big-box home improvement store. The Lowe's in north Abilene selected the school as a recipient of the Lowe's Heroes program, and the store will provide $2,500 in materials for a number of landscaping improvements. The first project took place Friday, which was Earth Day, when team members from the store and the students at the school cleaned up some of the areas around school, planted some new flowers and laid down fresh mulch. "We're celebrating Earth Day," said Billy Bordin, a department manager at the store. "We wanted to give back to the community and we couldn't think of a better way than by helping out the school. Some of our employees went to school here and some have children at the school." Friday's effort totaled about $500. The remainder of the funds will be used to insta... (ReporterNews.com)