Florists in Hickman, KY
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Hickman Flower Shops
1211 Union City Hwy
Hickman, KY 42050
111 Clinton Street
Hickman, KY 42050
Hickman KY News
Apr 20, 2018
Flower Master Wows at Casino
Tokyo, Japan. He and his son, Naohiro Kasuya, the headmaster designate, conducted a stage demonstration on Tuesday, April 10 at the Catherine Hickman Theater, followed by two days of hands-on workshops at the Historic Casino, on Wednesday, April 11 and Thursday, April 12.According to the school’s website, the Ichiyo curriculum emphasizes a style of flower arranging that “harmonizes with the various spaces in our environment” and the senior Kasuya is “one of the best-known contemporary Ikebana artists” in the world.Ikebana International was founded by and is administered by volunteers.Workshop organizer and attendee, Gail Newman of Venice Island, Florida in the winter (and Rochester, New York in the summer), was sitting at a front table on Wednesday at the Casino.How did she get involved in this effort?In November of 2005, “I saw an ad in a newspaper for Ikebana International,” she said. “I went to the show, saw all the beautiful arrangements that used minimal materials and I thought I could learn how to do that! I became a member that day then took lessons and learned.”Following the international group’s motto of “Friendship Through Flowers,” Newman has traveled extensively to learn the art, including to locations such as Manila, Tokyo and Paris.When traveling to Ikebana International sponsored events, said Newman, “I feel safe and welcomed anywhere I go.”Newman simplified the art of Ichiyo down to three words: container, location and materials.She explained that you could start with any one to build a pleasing arrangement.“When you look at a physical location, you can determine the size of the container that is needed, its color and the types of floral materials” that would work in the space, she said. Alternatively, “you could start with flowers you have been given” and from there determine the “color, shape and size of container” needed for a location that would complement the arrangement.For more information about the St. Petersburg chapter of Ikebana International, visit ikebanastpetersburg.com/home.About 80 ... (Gulfport Gabber)Dec 29, 2017
A gift of thanks reaches Hemet city officials helping a grieving family
Elsinore resident Sylvia Monaco, an employee of the Hemet Wal-Mart who once lost her 10-month-old great grandchild.Lake Elsinore Councilman Daryl Hickman who hearing of Monaco’s tragic loss contacted her to say that a memorial plaque for her grandson would be placed under magnolia tree in the city’s first community garden.“The excitement of waiting for the stone to be finished turned my sorrow into joy,” Monaco said. She visited the garden and the memorial stone often and found comfort and peace, thinking to herself that she wanted to share her feelings with others.Then in March, she saw the tremendous heartbreak suffered by her Wal-Mart supervisor Sasha Grey, whose sister Kristin Wimbley, 44, brother-in-law Alphoso Wimbley, 55, and nephew Kyan Wimbley, 12, were killed in a tragic traffic accident caused by an alleged drunken driver in Corcoran.Monaco told Grey about putting a memorial in a community park for her family.“I talked to Sasha, and she wanted it too,” Monaco said.12-08-17-local- City gift of thanks-cphoto-1Hemet Mayor Linda Krupa shares a hug with Sasha Grey during a recent memorial plague installation at Mary Henley Park. Courtesy photo" Hemet Mayor Linda Krupa shares a hug with Sasha Grey during a recent memorial plague installation at Mary Henley Park. Courtesy photo12-08-17-local- City gift of thanks-cphoto-2Hemet Mayor Linda Krupa greets Sylvia Monaco during a recent memorial plag... (Valley News)Mar 23, 2017
Dallas' museum league to celebrate the relationship between flowers and art
House, Sheila and Frank Durante, Beverly Freeman, Jill Powell Goldberg, Sarah and Dr. Mark A. Hardin, Linda and R. Steven Ivy/Heritage Auctions, Beth Hickman, and Peggy and Carl Sewell/Sewell Automotive Cos.$2,500-$4,999: Alice + Olivia, Liz Bremond, Allison Brodnax, Carole Ann Brown, Dr. Linda L. Burk, Nancy Cates, Melissa Fetter, Roger Horchow, Mem Kane, M&M-The Special Events Co., Cyrena Nolan, Angela Paulos, Sodexo and Vineyard Brands.To buy seats for $250, contact Amandine Bandelier at 214-922-1249, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit dma.org and click on "Support."... (Dallas News)Dec 15, 2016
The Nutcracker whisks away audience for magical Christmas
The Nutcracker story begins in the gracious Victorian home of a young girl named Clara (Kira Hickman) on Christmas Eve. A festive party is taking place when a mysterious Herr Drosselmeier (Trevor Hartt) arrives and presents Clara with a Nutcracker doll.
Later, when all the guests are gone and the family asleep, Clara creeps downstairs to see her Nutcracker doll. She finds strange happenings when a battle takes place between man-sized mice and toy soldiers led by the now grown-up Nutcracker.
When the mice are beaten, Clara is surprised the Nutcracker has turned into a handsome Prince (Andy Davidson). He whisks her away on a magical ride to his home in the Land of Sweets. There she is entertained by dancers depicting foreign lands.
Each dance sequence features a lead ballerina. Among them are Snow Queen (Grace Rosendin), Rose Queen (Elizabeth Angelone) and Sugar Plum Fairy (Emily Anton).
Anton is a guest ballerina from New York City. Another guest, Roberto Lara, performs the role of Sugar Plum Cavalier. He is a soloist dancer and choreographer at Calpulli Mexican Dance Company in New York City.
Community members Alan White portrays the Mouse King, while Phoebe Hart and David Watson are Clara’s parents.
Gorgeous costumes are by Nila Coats with set design by Wayne Angel.
When asked how she manages to keep this treasured ballet fresh in the heart, Angel answered, “I always tell my dancers, ‘It may be your 62nd performance for the season, but there is someone in the audiences who has never seen ‘The Nutcracker’ and for them it is brand new.’ That’s who you are dancing for, to make it exciting for them.
“I tell myself the same. We want people who have never seen the ballet to be all excited about it.”
Tickets are $20 reserved seating, $15 adults general, $12 general for children under age 16. Tickets are sold at the door before each performance if seating is available.
Purchase tickets at Jaki’s Hilltop Cafe in Magalia, PIP Printing in Paradise, Chamber of Commerce and Oroville Flower Shop and Northern California Ballet in Paradise. Or online at northerncaliforniaballet.com or call 872-1719.
(Chico Enterprise-Record)Apr 22, 2016
Teens who have never before had a prom get one tonight
Russ called, I told him of course, I was thrilled to be a part of the prom,” said Raouf, who was a social worker for 10 years and a teacher in the Hickman Mills School District for 13. “He had someone donate the dresses, but each one had SAMPLE printed on the dress. And that just wasn’t right – we had to fix that.”
Because Patti’s mother’s favorite flower was the dogwood, she appliquéd large dogwood flowers that she worked into the design of each dress for the youngsters who deal with various stages of blindness.
“Do you know what one girl told her father after she tried on her dress?” asked Raouf, he voice touched with emotion. “She said, ‘Daddy, now you know what a Princess looks like?’ That was so special.”
A simple comment like that more than made up for the six weeks Raouf put into altering the dresses.
“It’s been a labor of love,” Raouf said. “Russ has done most of the work. He has people donating food, a stretch Hummer limo so all the girls and their dates can arrive in style and he has a wedding on Saturday and the bride and groom gave him permission to use their flowers and decorations for the girls’ prom.
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Raouf had to leave the teaching profession she loved because she developed an immune system disorder that prevents her from socializing with or being around a number of people. One of the things she misses most about leaving the teaching profession is prom.
“But eight students and their parents – that number’s just right,” Raouf said, grinning. “That’s not too many people for me to be around. And the looks on their faces, and on their parents’ faces when they were given the dresses, was so special for me. And to see them in their prom dresses Friday night is going to be pure magic.”
... (Blue Springs Examiner)Feb 3, 2016
Pennsbury High School steps out in style, gets psyched for May Senior Prom with fashion show extravaganza and expo
Susko, Miranda Watto, Emorejai Watto, Katie Wick and Lauren Wood.The male models included Ryan Bydalek, Justin Chapius, Frank Covello, Spencer Hickman, Alex Horowitz, Justin Kolowajtis, John Legg, Howie Ly, Matt Lynch, Shree Patel, Max Rizer, Anthony Rosso, Alex Simon, Blane Wallace and Rob Zisa.Serving as masters of ceremonies were Kate Augustin and Keira Leventhal.Commentators were Mackenzie McGill, Olivia Sargent and Abby Wick.
PENNSBURY >> With all the glitz and glamor of a New York fashion show, 45 Pennsbury students stepped into the spotlight on January 20 to showcase the latest in prom dresses and tuxedoes.As lights pulsated and music boomed inside the high school auditorium on Hood Boulevard in Fairless Hills, the high school models walked down a runway lined with gyrating spotlights, struck poses – some funny, some serious – and showcased the latest in trending styles.Among just a few, Deidre Hennessey modeled a strapless chiffon gown with sweetheart neckline; Madison Heaton wore a royal blue gown with stunning detailing and a high neckline; and Kira Crain modeled a sequin top with sweetheart neckline and a cool gown by Gianni.The display of trendy dresses and snappy tuxedos highlighted the school’s annual Senior Prom Fashion Show and Expo, which was emceed by the comedic duo of Kate Augustin and Keira Leventhal. Commenting on each gown and tux were Mackenzie McGill, Olivia Sargent and Abby Wick.“This is all about getting them excited about what’s coming up in May,” said fashion show adviser and Business, Computers and Information Technology (BCIT) department teacher Joscelyne Hauser. “They get to hang out with their friends and have some fun. They also get to see some of the latest styles and upcoming looks – what’s in, what colors are trending and more.”The event has become a pre-Prom tradition at PHS, designed not only to get students psyched about the Prom, but to introduce them to businesses that offer prom-related goods and services.During an expo preceding the show, students browsed through vendor booths offering everything one could imagine for a memorable prom experience, from transportation and hair styling services to jewelry, clothing and much more.“We can’t thank Men’s Warehouse, David’s Bridal and Bell Tux... (Bucks Local News)