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Florists in Advance, NC

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Advance Florist

2013 Nc Highway 801 S
Advance, NC 27006
(336) 940-6337

Advance NC News

Jan 25, 2019

Main Street Florist provides flowers for Illinois Senate inauguration - Macoupin County Enquirer Democrat

LoBue said, "If they'll have us, we'd love to do it again." Main Street Florist's Trista Boehler hangs garland on the Senate floor in advance of the Jan. 9 inauguration. Photo provided by Sarah LoBue. 576 02:36PM 0 Business, Community, County News, Homepage Slider ...

Jan 25, 2019

Enjoy gardening? Join the Horticultural Society - Millstone News

Ontario seeds. Guest speakers are available throughout the day to discuss a range of topics of interest for beginners to advanced gardeners.

Dec 14, 2018

Dr. Emery Deserves All the Flowers While She Can Smell Them - Afro American

Gibbons High School or Walbrook and I chose Walbrook. It was probably the most astute choice I've ever made. At Walbrook, I was a member of the first Advanced Placement English class in the history of Baltimore City Public Schools. I discovered Langston Hughes, Oscar Wilde and learned critical thinking skills. I was a journalism major and the assistant editor of my school newspaper, the Communicator. At age 15, I wrote my first commentary, my observations on the presidency of Ronald Wilson Reagan. I was part of a group of interns from Walbrook at the now defunct News American, the first high school students to serve as interns at the newspaper. In three years I only missed one day of high school (I actually cut school that day to be with a very pretty girl named Shelby). I went to school every day not just because it was expected of me, but because I loved going to school; I loved going to Walbrook. I was so well prepared when I graduated on that glorious Spring day in 1983, I truly believe I could have made the leap from high school to writing for the AFRO. Walbrook was the house that Dr. Emery built and I am one of her fortunate "children." As my Grandmother would say, there were a lot of "big shots" in the room at the Forum over the weekend all presenting flowers to Dr. Emery, who is of course a very "big shot" in her own right in the minds of many. But, that's not who Dr. Emery is. The word I heard used over and over and over again at the Forum to describe this gentile Southern woman with an indomitable spirit was "servant." At the end of the day after all the accolades and laurels laid at her feet, all the honors and titles and accomplishments she has garnered, they all fall short of that one simple word in describing this great woman; servant. Since 1989 (just six years after I graduated from Walbrook), the year I became a professional journalist, at 23, as an education reporter for the AFRO, I've had innumerable conversations with Dr. Emery over the years. It is not hyperbole when I say every story she has ever told me was about what she was going to do for somebody else. Just think about that; every conversation was about how she was going to be of service to others. Every great leader has been a great servant, Dr. Emery is the embodiment of both. I am a Walbrook Warrior and I will proclaim it with pride for the rest of my days because of the unsurpassed work, infused with love of Dr. Anne O. Emery. I am just one of thousands of men and women, all her children who owe her an enormous debt of gratitude. Sean Yoes is the AFRO's Baltimore editor and author of Baltimore After Freddie Gray: Real Stories From One of America's Great Imperiled Cities.

Dec 14, 2018

Chico Horticultural Society hosts workshop for holiday decorations - Chico Enterprise-Record

CHICO — Advance registration is required for the Holiday Greens Workshop hosted by the Chico Horticultural Society 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Dec. 8 at Trinity United Methodist Church, East Fifth and Flume streets.Experienced designers will demonstrate how to make the seasonal and holiday decorations using fresh greenery, pine cones, holly, ribbons and flowers. All materials will be supplied, but a special ornament or decoration can be brought to integrate into a design. There are two sessions: wreath decorating will be 9 a.m.-noon, and centerpiece, swag, and yule log decorating will be 1-3 p.m. Each session costs $25 per person, and space is limited to 40 in each. Attendance is restricted to those who have prepaid. The registration form can be downloaded from the Horticultural Society website at For questions, contact M. Rader at or J. Skeen at

Dec 14, 2018

Broke da mouth: Dis flower shop get amazing mandoo - Frolic Hawaii

I got 'em from. With one straight face I said, "Oh, from da flower shop."I had advance knowledge that A.C. Florist wuz going be selling mandoo cuz I wuz passing by and I seen one lady in da window cutting round onion. So I just had to go inside and ask what that wuz about. Da lady said da owner wuz gonna start selling steam mandoo so she told me for come back on October 8. Making sure I heard correctly, I asked, "So you going sell flowers and MANDOO?" And she just nodded, like it wuzn't odd to her at all.I arrived yesterday, da first day of da selling of da mandoo. I had for wait little while cuz one lady who came before me bought 20-something. Gee, word really getting out I thought. I asked them how people even knew about 'em? Turns out they had put one ad inside da Korean newspaper das why.A.C. Florist sells two kine mandoos. Chicken and vegetable mandoo and pork/beef and vegetable mandoo. While I wuz waiting for my mandoos I wuz talking story with da owner and cook Yong Stone, one little bit older lady who loves Korean pop music. I wuz trying for get on her good side, cuz she...

Nov 28, 2018

Flowers, music and fair maidens headline a busy weekend - Daily Commercial

TributeTed Torres performs an Elvis tribute from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Saturday at the Eustis Elks Lodge, 2540 Dora Ave. in Tavares. Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 day of show.Details: 352-383-1266Leesburg Food Truck-n-Flick NightEnjoy an evening of cars, food and a movies at Food Truck-n-Flick Night from 5 to 10 p.m. Saturday at Town Square in downtown Leesburg. Custom cars line up on Main Street and food trucks on Fifth and Sixth Streets. The movie starts at dusk in front of City Hall. Be sure to bring chairs or a blanket.Lakeridge Holiday Open HouseWelcome the holiday season at the 28th annual Holiday Open House at Lakeridge Winery in Clermont from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Local artists and crafters will be on hand for holiday shopping and live music is on the outdoor stage. Lakeridge wine, beer, soft drinks and a variety of food is available for purchase, along with complimentary winery tours and tasting.Cost: $5, children 12 and younger are free.Details: ...