Florists in Ansley, NE
Find local Ansley, Nebraska florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Ansley 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.
Ansley Flower Shops
716 Main St
Ansley, NE 68814
Ansley NE News
Jul 27, 2017
Greater New Orleans Floral Trail 81st Festival of Flowers names queen
Kaelynn Marie Steltz, and flower girls Ava Anne DiBenedetto, Audrey Grace Isham, Sofia Jaramillo, Cecily Elisabeth Kupar, Ella Claire Langlois, Ansley Madeleine Schmidt, and Emery Lynne Tantillo. As royal guard, Matthew David Hammons Jr. announced the arrival of the 81st queen: Miss Kerri Elizabeth Grass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Gene Grass. Following the queen's presentation to Cathy Schwab, president of the Greater New Orleans Floral Trail, and the audience, the 2016 Queen Emily Buck gave her farewell speech.Present at the ball were former queens: 62nd queen, Courtney Hedrick Dusang; 65th queen, Candace Schwab Steltz; 70th queen, Brittany Reynolds Thomas; and 75th queen Heather Schwab Isham. Visiting festival queens included Misses Nadia Mateja Cognevich, 70th Plaquemines Parish Orange Queen; Lyndsey Gabrielle Davis, Creole Gumbo Queen; Jeanne Marie Hidalgo, 81st Louisiana Shrimp and Petroleum Queen; Courtney Marie LeBlanc, 66th Delcambre Shrimp Queen; Caroline Gayle Marcello, 75th Louisiana Sugar Queen; and Katie Renee Robinson, Louisiana Strawberry Queen. *****To reach Sue Strachan, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 504.450.5904. Find her on Twitter and Instagram as @suestrachan504, with the hashtag #nolasocialscene. Visit her on Facebook. And, come back to NOLA.com/society for more New Orleans area event and party news and photos. (NOLA.com)Sep 21, 2016
Lester Elementary School in Florence celebrates Grandparents Day
Lessie and William Snead were visiting from out of town and were able to enjoy lunch with their granddaughter Ansley.
“This is her first time (at Lester),” Lessie said. “It is also our first time being separated from her in almost seven years. It was nice to be able to come today.”
More than a few grandparents visited multiple students for lunch. Some kids had parents visit instead of grandparents. While they were happy to celebrate the special day, not all of the students were as excited to leave their visitors and return to their schoolwork.
Lily Hefner had lunch with her grandparents Billy and Linda and shed a few tears when it was time to go.
“We were not expecting that,” Linda said.
(SCNow)Feb 3, 2016
Wrestling box scores: Jan. 27
Brandon Felkins, 7-2; 152-Drew Bowker, R, d. Christian Hannigan, 9-3; 160-Daequan Jackson-Swoope, R, d. Logan Amey, 6-3; 170-Oluwole Floyd, R, d. Hansley Dalambert, 5-1; 182-Ryan Jang, R, won by forfeit; 195-Joel Pennoh, R, won by forfeit; 220-Isaiah Davis, B, won by forfeit; 285-Cadrick Augustin, B, won by forfeit.
Cinnaminson 41, Bordentown 9
106: TJ Emanuel, C, p Michael Huang, 3:05; 113: Billy Moore, B, d. Isaiah Elia, 5-2; 120: Jahsir Williams, C, p Jake Ermi, 2:44; 126: Jarrod Averill, C, p Ramon Regueira, 0:49; 132: Jahmil Williams, C, d. Matt Potash, 5-1; 138: Ryan Teague, C, tf Verlensky Joachim, 16-0, 4:00; 145: Tyler Kerr, B, d. Joe Saxton, TB-1 3-2; 152: Killian Oquendo, B, d. Shane Spence, 8-4; 160: Michael Dunleavy, C, tf Matt St. Jean, 17-0, 3:09; 170: Liam Wharton, C, forfeit; 182: Shaun Davilla, C, p Jimmy Rivera, 1:43; 195: Andrew Halecki, C, p Billy Costner, 3:34; 220: Joe Cody, C, p Mitch Luyber, 2:45; 285: Keith Swartley, C, p Brandon Rivera, 2:48.
Riverside 52, New Egypt 24
113: Joe Fiorito, N, forfeit; 120: Kyle Bray, N, forfeit; 126: Jordan Senior, R, forfeit; 132: Neto Shields, R, p Joseph Brown, 2:40; 138: Chuck Biluhum, R, p Kieran Callaghan, 5:32; 145: Dom Dreadin, R, p Nate Beck, 18-4; 152: John McElroy, R, p Reese Gumprecht, 0:49; 160: George Graves, R, p Brad Mahaffey, 3:19; 170: Ariel Carreno, R, p Mike Schmidt, 4:33; 182: Zeke Brinson, R, p Jared Heller, 1... (Cherry Hill Courier Post)Jan 8, 2016
Jennifer C. DeWorth, Lifelong Barnegat Resident, Dies At 26
Jessica DeWorth of Waretown, paternal
grandparents Gordon and Audrey DeWorth, maternal grandmother and step-grandfather Gail and William Tansley and niece Jennifer Bott. She is
also survived by her aunt Dana DeWorth and uncles Troy Mezzanotte and
Greg Mezzanotte and his wife Doreen.A gathering of family and
friends will be held at 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 12, 2015 at the Bugbee-Riggs Funeral Home, 335 South Main
Street (aka Rt. 9), Barnegat, NJ 08005. In lieu of flowers the family
has requested contributions to the Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
Foundation, 555 Route 1 South, Suite 320, Iselin, NJ 08830 in Jennifer’s
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Licking County's buildings to be evaluated for security
Administrator Tim Hansley. The county could address possible security changes in 2016 or 2017, he said.
Fairfield County also has a county security committee reviewing and analyzing building security, but no specific changes are planned at this time, said county Administrator Carri Brown.
In Pickaway County, county buildings are open to the public without any obvious security measures, said county Administrator Brad Lutz. He said officials who work in those buildings haven’t expressed any desire for increased security.
Last month, the Ohio Statehouse installed metal detectors and implemented a ban on backpacks in an effort to make the building as secure as possible.
“It’s hard because this is also a building where people come and vote, pay their taxes, come to the planning office,” Bubb said of the county administration building. “Do you shake down everybody that comes in and make them go through security like TSA?”
The cost of additional security can’t be determined until the county decides what fits its needs, but it could range from $10,000 to hundreds of thousands of dollars, Grady said. The cost could be covered with discretionary funds from the 911 center budget or requested as supplemental funding, if necessary, he said.
Dispatch Reporter Mary Beth Lane contributed to this story.
... (Columbus Dispatch)Sep 1, 2015
North Branford Small Business Spotlight: Candi's Floral Creations
Some of my clients include 50cent, actress Brooke Tansley, and daughter of famous Connecticut lawyer John Haymond.I feel like I have a NYC resume but am located in a small farm town, which I love, but may be the biggest challenge as I am not located on Main Street, CT. Therefore I have to really work hard to attract the right clientele. I would say that most of my clients live out of state and come back home to CT to get married or are from Fairfield County.I am the preferred florist at local venues such as Madison Beach Hotel, New Haven Lawn Club, Saybrook Point Inn and Guilford Yacht Club and far away venues Saltwater Farm Vineyard and The Inn at Longshore.How does your business give back or get involved in the community?I try to engage in the community by donating to the high school, garden club, etc.Would you like to see your small business showcased in this series? Email email@example.com.Across Connecticut
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