Florists in Anaconda, MT
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Anaconda Flower Shops
1300 E Park Ave
Anaconda, MT 59711
209 E. Park Ave
Anaconda, MT 59711
Anaconda MT News
Apr 6, 2018
Funds needed for Philipsburg flowers
King Friday, one of Montana’s most popular bands. Tickets are $50. For more details, call 406-683-5511.Dance at the Anaconda Elks — The John Fox Sound will play for a public dance from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, March 25, at the Anaconda Elks Lodge. Dance to music from the Big Band Era, polka, swing, Latin and waltzes, as well. Admission is $10 for the general public.At the movies — The CINEMAtech film series continues through Friday, March 30, in the Montana Tech library auditorium. “Cairo Station”, a 1958 Egyptian drama that deals with one man’s deadly obsession with a woman he meets at the train station, will be featured. Admission is free.Fun run set for last day of March — Bruce’s Big Butte Challenge Fun Run is set for 10 a.m. Saturday, March 31. The distances are 1 Mile, 5k and 11k. Race day registration is from 8:30 to 8:30 a.m. at Montana Tech HPER Building Lobby, 1301 W. Park St. The entry fee is $10 for children 14 and under; $20 for those 15 and older. Entry fee includes a t-shirt and is $25 after March 28. Shirts will be given on a first come, first serve basis. For forms and race information, go to www.butteexchangeclub.org, www.bbbsbutte.org, or buttespissandmoanrunners.com. Mail your registration to Fun Run, P.O. Box 62, Butte, Montana 59703 (checks payable to “BBBS”). Pre-registration and packet pickup is from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 30, at the Metals Bank.Talent show at the Rialto — The 58th annual Deer Lodge Rotary Talent show will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, April 3, at the Rialto Theater, 418 Main St., Deer Lodge. Lots of talent will be on tap. Details: 406-846-7900.Learn about Elk Park — The annual meeting for the Jefferson Valley Museum will be a 7 p.m. Thursday, April 5, in the Whitehall Methodist Fellowship Hall. The museum’s mission is to preserve the history of the Jefferson Valley, and has become a repository of artifacts, genealogy and general history of the area. The evening includes a free history lesson about a part of Jefferson County that is not so well known, and will be presented by Elk Park resident Joe Sologub. He will enlighten attendees about this outlying part of Jefferson County. The all-volunteer museum staff will be on hand to serve refreshments and answer questions about the museum. (Montana Standard)Jul 5, 2016
Remembering the early days of LO's Festival of the Arts
Oswego would be interested in hosting Australia’s world-prestigious exhibit of Aboriginal art. The answer was something along the lines of, “Jumping anaconda! Yes!”
The Festival has not been the same since. The Aboriginal art exhibit was a huge success and was the start of our featuring other art forms and new genres of enormous variety, like Mexican masks, colored pencils, art from New Guinea, miniatures, photography, stone carvings, even comics.
My motto has always been: “I want people to see the very best in the art world.” The festival makes that happen.
FROM VIRGINIA CAMPBELL: I arranged that first Special Exhibit in 1990 of Aboriginal art. The success of that exhibit proved to be the inspiration that led to the Special Exhibit becoming a permanent feature of our festival. I also curated the Open Show during the festival’s infancy in the 1960s.
I remember a particular exhibit oddity traceable to my late husband Herald. He filled out an artist entry form and placed a frame around rungs of a climbing apparatus in the Lakewood School gym, where the Open Show was held. He set the price for the artwork at $2,000. As I was inspecting the art, a woman came up behind me and said, “I don’t think it’s worth that much.”
I’m 104 and still passionate about art — especially Origami.
(Pamplin Media Group)Jun 22, 2016
Monday's Montana Scoreboard
Blake Loberg, Billings
Ben Pope, Billings
Boys 16-18 (Top 10 with ties)
Joey Moore, Billings
Sean Benson, Billings
Caleb Stetzner, Anaconda
Liam Clancy, Park City
Jonny Cielak, Libby
Duncan Hollar, GF
Joseph Potkonjak, Bigfork
Colton Hudson, Huntley
Braxton Humphrey, Billings
Schafer Paladichuk, GF
Logan Martin, Billings
Riley Lawrence, Helena
Cora Rosanove, Bozeman
Landi Paladichuk, GF
Kylie Esh, Ronan
Coral Schulz, Whitefish
Teigan Avery, Kalispell
Hannah Rosanova, Bozeman
Kameryn Bosye, Bozeman
Tanna Campbell, Big Timber
Morgan O’Neil, Laurel
McKenna Tinseth, Kalispell
Laurel Ward, Bozeman
Anaconda Hills women
Play of the day – High/Low (Cam Cherry/Shawna Miller/Fankie tigart/Jan Higgins 80)
Overall lows – Cam Cherry 37 (gross); Frankie Tigart 27 (net)
First flight – Jackie Lohman 42 (gross); Betty Aune 33 (net)
Second flight – Jan Higgins 44 (gross); Shawna Miller 32 (net)
Third flight – Dee Hagan 55 (gross); Marilyn Johnson 37, Connie Threlkeld 37 (net)
Fewest putts – Cam Cherry 11
Chip-In – Dee Hagan on No. 16.
Anaconda Hills seniors
1. 30,Don Wojtala, Jack Keith, George Clinger and Dick Gipe. 2. (Tie) 31, Gene Cook, Jim Schermele, Barry Fields, Don Thrush and Bob Olson; 31, Rich Thayer, Dave Archibald, Walt Albert and Mac McKay; 31, Steve Mallicott, Lee Lehman, Rick Gartzka and Jerry Wellcome.
Closest to the pin on #13, Steve Mallicott. Closest to the pin on #15, Earl Smith.
Eagle Falls women
Play of the day – Odd Ball (Bonnie Noble/Betty Aune/Janet Keith/Jackie Lohman 84)
Overall lows – Dee Johns 39 (gross); Ju... (Great Falls Tribune)Apr 22, 2016
Edna Goodman, 81
Repair, doing the bookkeeping, taxes and business administration while Bob was out making service calls and doing repair work in Butte, Whitehall, Anaconda and other communities in southwest Montana.
Edna is survived by her daughters, their husbands and children: Barbara Goodman Roper of Arvada, Colorado, Linda and Dave Hockaday of Elizabeth, Colorado, and Michelle Goodman and Eric Diekhans of Evanston, Illinois. Grandchildren include Shawn McNeil of Gillette, Wyoming; William Martin, currently serving in the US Navy in Hawaii; John, Chris and Cody Hockaday, all from the Denver area; and Camille and Hasmik (Sophie) Diekhans of Evanston, Illinois. Great grandchildren include Anthony Hoffman (son of Shawn McNeil and Dawn Honer) of Butte, Jacob and Mekyala Martin (son and daughter of William and Jackie Martin) of Hawaii, and Owen Hockaday (son of John and Karen Hockaday) of Denver. Edna's great, great grandchild is Reid Hoffman (son of Anthony Hoffman and Hailey Peterson) of Butte. Edna is also survived by her sisters-in-law Jeanne Johnson and Jean Johnson, both of Butte, as well as nieces and nephews.
In accordance with her requests, cremation has taken place at Butte Crematories.
Friends are asked to call on Wednesday, April 13, at Aldersgate United Methodist Church beginning at 10:30 and then join with the family for Celebration of Life Services to be conducted at 11 with Pastor Dave Andersen officiating. A reception will follow in the church fellowship area.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Butte Carousel at Spirit of the Columbia Gardens, PO Box 782, Butte, MT 59701, or to the March of Dimes.
Axelson Alternative Cremation is privileged to serve Edna’s Family.
(Montana Standard)Feb 3, 2016
Margaret Jacobson, 87
Longtime Anaconda resident Margaret Ruth Jacobson died Jan. 16, 2016, at Good Samaritan Society in Spokane Valley, Washington, at the age of 87.
Margaret was born Oct. 2, 1928, in Three Forks, to Frank and Edna Irvine. Margaret was raised and educated in Deer Lodge and Anaconda. She graduated from Anaconda High School and attended the University of Montana, Missoula. She married Donald Jacobson on Dec. 27, 1947. They lived in Anaconda until 2002, when they moved to Missoula. Margaret moved to Spokane in 2013.
Margaret was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother. She loved family gatherings and was friends with everyone. She enjoyed competition of all kinds, including watching grandchildren compete and playing games and cards, especially bridge and dominoes. She enjoyed traveling, was a proficient quilter, avid reader, good pianist and excellent cook.
Margaret was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Anaconda, where she served as a deacon, and Missoula. She also served as a treasurer of... (Montana Standard)Feb 3, 2016
Palmer, Alvin 'Pal'
Scooter". During that time he lived and ranched in the Helena Valley. He also owned a motel in Helena and a bar in Anaconda, MT. He was a 50 year member of Local 41 Pipefitters and Plumbers in Butte, MT.
Pal treasured the many friends he made during his travels. He enjoyed many outdoor activities such as golfing, boating, hunting and packing into the back country by horseback. During his first 20 years of marriage with Katie, they lived in Gallatin Gateway, MT. While living there they traveled to Europe and attended many Navy reunions through out the USA. The last 11 winters were spent at their condo in Mesquite, NV. In 2003, he and Katie moved back to the family ranch in Montana City where they built a nice home to spend the beautiful Montana summers.
He is survived by his loving wife Katie; his sisters Jane Hahn and Gail Smith; his children Steve Palmer of Helena, MT, Susan Plovanich (Tom) of Helena, MT, Harry Palmer of Bay Pines, FL, Shawn Palmer of Billings, MT, Jennifer Palmer of Seattle, WA; nine grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; many nieces and nephews; and a very special cousin Harry Hall of Meridian, ID. He was preceded in death by his parents, Al and Jo Palmer and his grandson, Tommy Plovanich.
There will be a celebration of his "Life" on August 6, 2016 at the home of Pal and Katie in Montana City. In lieu of flowers you may donate to Shriners Children’s Hospital in Helena, Montana. The family invites you to leave a message or memory in their "Guest Book" at www.virginvalleymortuary.com.
(Helena Independent Record)