Florists in Jackson, KY
Find local Jackson, Kentucky florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Jackson and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Jackson Flower Shops
241 Highway 15 S
Jackson, KY 41339
100 Highway 15 S
Jackson, KY 41339
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Sep 19, 2019
Barbara Wood Obituary - Menlo Park, CA | San Francisco Chronicle - Legacy.com
Bob, Barbara is survived by daughters Carol Arvidsson (Par). Sally Williams (Mark), and Wendy Wood and by her grandchildren Erik Arvidsson, Jackson Williams, Karl Arvidsson, and Elissa Williams.A public memorial service will be held on Friday September 20, 2019, at 4:00p.m. at St. Bede's Episcopal Church, 2650 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park.In lieu of flowers, donations in Barbara's memory can be made to Rosener House, a nonprofit center supporting people with Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease, and other chronic conditions. The address of Rosener House is 500 Arbor Road, Menlo Park, CA 94025. Aug 22, 2019
Nell Nolan: Floral Trail, Rotary Club Metairie, Imperial Woods Gourmet Club - NOLA.com
Alvah Thibeaux. She enjoyed a day of thrills that had her and her court arriving at 1 p.m. at the Sheraton before their transportation to Muriel’s Jackson Square and a lined-up entrance to Jackson Square for the crowning. Included there were board members, royal mothers, John Young, visiting queens, her majesty of last year, the new cortege and emcee Candice Steltz. After the coronation, a carriage procession returned to the Sheraton for the formal presentation and dinner.Members of queen Emma’s court were maids Sophia Dianne Cruze, Allison Mary Hedrick and Katherine Ann Koppens, respective daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Ayres Cruze, Mr. Bryant Bernard Hedrick and Mrs. Tracie Roddy Senior, and Mrs. Jennie Ann Sciarrotta and the late Mr. Kirk Allen Koppens and stepdaughter of Mr. Charley Gerard Hassinger, her escort. The demoiselles and their parents were Misses Sophia Margaret Dusang, Mr. and Mrs. Chad Paul Dusang; Emily Bernard Hedrick, Mr. Hedrick and Mrs. Senior; Mia Catherine Henry, Mr. Tommy Brian Henry and Mrs. Glenda Marie Grabert; Mercedees Mary Hernandez, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Joseph Hernandez; Zoe Grace Hernandez, whose mother is Ms. Deborah Lynn Hernandez; Shelby Marie LaSalle, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Paul LaSalle Jr. (Dr. Marija LaSalle); Ainsley Claire Liles, Dr. and Mrs. A.C. Liles III; Chloe Caroline Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Robertson; and Isabella Grace St. Philip, Mr. Vincent Joseph St. Philip and Mrs. Faith Ann Boudoin.The five princesses and their parents were Misses Avery Caitlin Liles, Dr. and Mrs. Liles; Jillian Annalise Orellana, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Orellana; Lily Elizabeth Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson; Kaelynn Marie Steltz, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Joseph Steltz; and Meadow Cecelia Waltemyer, Mr. and Mrs. Cory Tait Waltemyer. Completing the court were the nine flower girls, namely little Misses Anniston Rose DiBenedetto and Ava Anne DiBenedetto, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Anthony DiBenedetto; Ella Claire Langlois, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Christopher Langlois; Adriana Elizabeth Orellana and Caitlin Alise Orellana, Mr. and Mrs. Orellana; Liv Elise Steltz, Mr. and Mrs. Steltz; Mary Kate Elizabeth Steltz, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Michael Steltz; and Emery Lynne Tantillo, Mr. and Mrs. Jed Alan Tantillo.More features of the festival of Flowers were music by Carnaval, under the direction of B.J. Perez III; the return of former queens; centerpieces of geraniums and light pink roses; and the legacy of royalty, which her majesty Emma will behold and experience through the years.InstallationThe Metairie Country Club was the site for the night when the Rotary Club of Metairie held ... Jul 5, 2019
Could a 'little-known' Mississippi law get Curtis Flowers out on bail? - Jackson Clarion Ledger
McDuff is a Jackson civil rights and criminal defense lawyer. In addition to having his own private practice, he serves as director of the Mississippi Center for Justice's impact litigation project, according to a news release from the organization.
Flowers has been represented by numerous legal teams, including the Mississippi Office of Capital Defense Counsel, Cornell Death Penalty Project, Hogan Lovells law firm and the Mississippi Innocence Project, the release said.
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Titled "Revelations," the podcast also reveals two new pieces of information — how a former suspect's "airtight alibi" might not be so airtight after all and how a witness, who said she saw Flowers running from the furniture store the morning of the murders, cast doubt on her own testimony.
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Jul 5, 2019
Budding hemp industry holds its breath over potential flower ban - Mountain Xpress
Butler says he’s met one-on-one with the SBI, sheriffs, district attorneys and legislative leaders. All of them, he reports — including Sen. Brent Jackson, an author of the bill — have been receptive.
“We know the technology is there for a reliable field test,” Butler maintains. “The DEA now has a list of vendors they could recommend. My goal is to get a reliable field test in the hands of the SBI within three months.”
But for Butler, there’s a bigger issue at stake. “All the concerns the SBI brought up, we can address, but we definitely cannot be categorized as an industry that is going to break the law,” he cont... Jun 22, 2019
For the Love of Flowers, and Photos - http://www.we-ha.com
Most of my projects were schools.”
EO Smith High School in Storrs, the West Woods Upper Elementary School in Farmington, and Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School in New London are among the projects he worked on.
“I retired five times and was called back to work five times,” Oddo said, laughing. After helping build the Hilton Doubletree in Bristol in 2012 and working on some renovations at Bristol Hospital for ACG North America, in 2016 he retired for good.
Oddo could certainly sell his seeds, his flowers, his photos, or his expertise for money, but he said he sees no reason to do that.
“I’m here for the joy of sharing my plants, my love of flowers.” He gives away prints, seeds, and seedlings, and it doesn’t bother him at all when people download his images from Facebook. He posts a gallery of photos on the Neighbors & Friends in West Hartford Facebook page nearly every day, just to brighten the day, to make people happy.
“I just want to be kind to everyone, and share my flowers.”
At age 81, Oddo shows no signs of slowing down. Several times a week he goes to Elizabeth Park for one of his twice-daily three-mile walks, where he checks out the flower displays. He also walks in Blue Back Square, and goes to W... May 31, 2019
'They did what they had to do': Relatives honor veterans at re-opened Galilee Memorial Gardens - The Commercial Appeal
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Published 6:58 PM EDT May 27, 2019
Morris Jones was setting flowers on the gravesite of his uncle and brother on Memorial Day morning at the re-opened Galilee Memorial Gardens in Bartlett as he began to reflect on the dedication his relatives mad...