Martin's Flowers & Gifts
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Flowers and Gifts News
Oct 12, 2018
Flower season comes to an end in Amherst
Amherst streets this summer than in previous years.
"I really found where we put some of the new baskets, especially down Lawrence Street and up LaPlanche, was really nice," said Martin. "Coming into town from New Brunswick it was nice to see the flower baskets lining up."
Martin's favourite flower basket hung on Prince Arthur Street, a street that also had baskets for the first time this year.
"The basket on the corner of Prince Arthur and Church Street at the Needs Convenience store was the one I liked best," said Martine. "I don't know what kind of special love it got but it really flourished for the first time being there."
Martin says he has a great team helping with the flowers.
"I had one fellow pass by and said, ‘the flowers look some good. I don't know if it's the weather or the care,'" said Martin. "Well, everybody had the same weather but not everybody had flowers like we did."
He says his team works very efficiently.
"We only have a few people, and for them to handle the parks and the plants the way they do is commendable," said Martin. "It takes an effort, and it's not by any other design. You have to be happy with what you do because, if you're not, it will reflect on the job you're doing."
He also thanks the public for appreciating the flowers.
"The accolades I've received from people personally, and the accolades town council and people like that have received about the flowers, is much appreciated," said Martin. "I appreciate the people who appreciate the work being done because, at the end of the day, the team that is here is very diligent and take pride in what they do."
... Aug 17, 2018
Sunday Shift: What's It Gonna Take for the Patriots to Keep Trey Flowers and Shaq Mason?
At defensive end, the biggest free-agent contracts in 2019 should go to the Detroit Lions' Ezekiel Ansah and the Dallas Cowboys' DeMarcus Lawrence, who both signed franchise tenders for over $17 million with their respective clubs. Flowers will realistically come in well under that number, but is still due for a significant pay-bump.
The most recent example for a comparison to Flowers' potential deal is Minnesota Vikings defensive end Danielle Hunter. He signed a five-year, $72 million extension in June, including $40 million guaranteed. His $14.4 million AAV, however, puts him at only 13th-best in the NFL and $100,000 behind his teammate, Everson Griffen.
To Pay Flowers...
Trey Flowers looks on during Super Bowl LII. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
For Flowers to end up in just the top-20 highest-paid defensive linemen, he'll have to top the $10.25 million AAV for the Green Bay Packers' Mike Daniels. But if Flowers has a career year in 2018 and tests the open market, he may be able to get something closer to top-of-the-market money. So although $11-15 million per season sounds like a lot of money for the Patriots to commit to one player not named Tom Brady or Rob Gronkowski ... if they landed somewhere in that range for Flowers, it would actually be reasonable compared to the landscape of the league. And - dare I say - team-friendly?
The question is, would Belichick be willing to shell out something like Hunter's deal to keep Flowers around? He's paid well over $10 million (in real cash) in a single season before. Richard Seymour earned an astronomical $24.6 million in bonuses in the 2006 season, although his cash earnings in his final three seasons with the Pats (2006-08) totaled $26.2 million - an annual average of about $8.74 million. Vince Wilfork made $19 million (including an $18 million signing bonus) in the first year of his biggest contract with the Patriots back in 2010, but over his final five years in New England he earned about $7.9 million annually.
Paying Flowers over $10 million in cash for 4-5 years would be fairly unprecedented for Belichick ... Mar 8, 2018
Hutton Community Center to host Garden Festival and Flower Show ...
Rozie Trammell (member Orchid society), Steven Trammell (member Orchid society), Council Member (Dr. G) Dr. Luis S. Gonzalez.On Saturday, Mar. 3, the Lawrence Hutton Community Center will once again turn into a dazzling display of beautiful flowers, plants and vegetables. Now in its sixth year, the Inland Empire Master Gardeners Club of Colton, the Riverside-San Bernardino County Orchid Society, and the Riverside Flower Show Association have combined forces to not only display beautiful flower/garden arrangements, but award prizes, and offer several instructional sessions for gardening enthusiasts.Whether you are a seasoned veteran of horticulture, or an aspiring novice, this Garden Festival and Flower Show will have much to offer. The sessions include Care of the Gift Orchid, Succulents and Cactus, Planting with Kids, and Water Saving Irrigation systems.Experienced gardening experts will lead the sessions, and have planned to provide valuable information, answer questions, and include some practical “hands on” activities.Several vendors and local gardeners will be on-hand to offer several smaller potted plants for sale, as well as making available various supplies and important information.This annual garden festival, boutique and... (The Inland Empire Community)Feb 8, 2018
Korge matriarch celebrates 100th birthday with family, friends
Josephine Arden Korge discovered that secret of life early on. It’s her 100th birthday week — she was born Feb. 7, 1918, in Lawrence, New York — and as family and friends are quick to say, she has lived life with love.At least 50 are flying in to celebrate with cake, a dinner, and a mass with reception at St. Jude Melkite Catholic Church, the church she helped found with her husband and 12 other families of Lebanese descent.“She is clearly a great example for us on how important it was to give back and to have a sense of duty and love toward the community,” said her son, attorney Chris Korge. Josephine Korge graduated from St. Mary’s, a Catholic women’s college in Ohio, with a degree in chemistry and went to work with the Sperry Gyroscope Company. She was part of the development of the Norden bombsight, the precision aeronautical instrument that helped the U.S. and its allies win the Second World War.“Her generation saved the world,” Chris Korge said. Afterwards, she moved to Miami, and met and married war veteran George Joseph Korge. He died 31 years ago, but she still lives in the Roads-area house they bought in 1957.“Ch... (Miami Herald)Dec 8, 2017
Holiday traditions continue with The Nutcracker at Bridges
Drop.IPB’s two new soloists are Kelsey Dorr from Lake Forest in Orange County, who among other roles will dance a Rose in Waltz of the Flowers, and Lawrence Chen—a young artist from Chino Hills who is also pursuing a mathematics degree at Pomona College—will be dancing The Nutcracker Prince, the Spanish Soloist, Russian and the Soldier Doll. “We are always excited to share our beautiful production of the Nutcracker with loyal fans and new audiences,” Artistic Director Victoria Koenigs said. “This year we are thrilled to introduce five outstanding new dancers who have just joined the company. You don’t want to miss these inspiring dancers who all bring fresh and unique qualities to their roles.”The Nutcracker was first presented in 1892 at the Maryinsky Theater in St. Petersburg, Russia. The ballet was an adaptation of the 1816 story, The Nutcracker and the Mouse King, by E.T.A. Hoffman. The ballet was choreographed by Lev Ivanov with music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Marius Petipa, the reigning choreographer at the Maryinsky, fell ill, so the job passed to Ivanov. Tchaikovsky only reluctantly accepted the commission to compose the score which, when completed, he considered “infinitely worse than Sleeping Beauty.”At the premiere, the ballet was deemed a complete failure. More than 60 years and many productions would pass before The Nutcracker would become a staple of the repertoire in ballet companies around the world and one of the universal traditions of the holiday season.IPB’s educational outreach program, “A Young Person’s Guide to the Ballet,” is back this season for students from local area schools. Students are encouraged to participate in simple movement activities in their seats and then view the professional ballet performance, followed by a question and answer session. Teachers also have access to a free study guide to continue the conversation back in the classroom with pre- and post-performance activities aligned through the California State Content Standards for Dance, California Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and the California English Language Development Standards. For many of these students, this will be the first time they get to experience live performance art, being in a theater and learning about ballet.Children’s tickets for IPB’s The Nutcracker start at $23, senior tickets start at $38 and adult tickets start at $41, with premium seats at $59. Group discounts are available.Performances take place from December 9 and 10 at 2 p.m. and December 9 at 7:30 p.m. at Bridges Auditorium at Pomona College, 450 N. College Way, in Claremont.Additional regional performances are offered on December 15 and 16 at 7:30 p.m. and December 16 and 17 at 2 p.m. at Lewis Family Playhouse in Rancho Cucamonga; and December 22 and 23 at 7:30 p.m. and December 23 at 2 p.m. at the Fox Performing Arts Center in Riverside.For more information or to purchase tickets, visit ipballet.org.Jul 27, 2017
Dixonville woman stays active growing lillies and gardening
Alaska in May to celebrate her 90th birthday, and she and Linda Sheridan are planning a St. Lawrence River cruise in October.“I’m blessed to still have her,” Sheridan said of her mother. “I want to be as active as she is when I’m in my 90s.“Mom can be very stubborn,” the daughter added. “She doesn’t want people to feel sorry for her. She still has a ‘I can do it myself’ attitude.”The beauty of Hebard’s lilies are evidence of that. (NRToday.com)
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