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Florists in Alliance, OH

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Alliance Flower Shops

De Hoff Flowers & Greenhouses

3517 Beechwood Ave
Alliance, OH 44601
(330) 823-1455

Alliance OH News

Dec 29, 2017

A Colorado baker, a Richland florist: Do religious beliefs justify discrimination?

The Alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative legal group, has represented both Phillips in Colorado and Stutzman, owner of Arlene's Flowers, in this state.The group's attorney Kristen Waggoner, described Phillips' wedding cake as a "temporary sculpture", and that his services cannot be equated to other vendors."The tailor is not engaging in speech, nor is the chef," Waggoner argued."The baker is engaged in speech, but the chef is not engaging in speech?" asked Justice Elena Kagan.Phillips has argued through the case that he is a creative artist, befitting the title "Masterpiece Cakeshop."  The Trump administration argued that under the First Amendment, Phillips is protected from crafting something that "inherently" sends a message opposed to his religious beliefs.But Justice Sonia Sotomayor noted that Subway sandwiches advertises that its employers are highly creative. "There are sandwich artists now," she said.If Phillips wins, the Supreme Court's ruling could be used to throw out the conviction and fine imposed against Stutzman. It could open up other avenues for denying service.How, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg asked Solicitor General Noel Francisco, should courts evaluate and differentiate various protections against discrimination?"I th...

Nov 2, 2017

State Supreme Court rules Richland flower shop discriminated against gay couple by refusing wedding service

New Mexico that went against a photographer who denied a same-sex couple service, the Associated Press reported.Stutzman’s lawyers with Alliance Defending Freedom said she acted consistently with her faith, but Washington justices “concluded that the government can force her — and, by extension, other Washingtonians — to create artistic expression and participate in events with which they disagree.”‘This case is about crushing dissent’Attorney Kristen K. Waggoner said government was formed to be freedom’s greatest protector, not its greatest threat. She noted that while Ingersoll and Freed were able to get wedding flowers from other Tri-City businesses, Stutzman’s freedom and everything she owns has been targeted relentlessly by the state and the ACLU.“This case is about crushing dissent. In a free America, people with differing beliefs must have room to coexist,” Waggoner said in the telephone press conference. “It’s wrong for the state to force any citizen to support a particular view about marriage or anything else against their will. Freedom of speech and religion aren’t subject to the whim of a majority; they are constitutional guarantees.”Waggoner said she hopes the ninth justice, nominee Neil Gorsuch, will be on the U.S. Supreme Court b... (Tri-City Herald)

May 25, 2017

Kids bring flowers, smiles to Millville high-rise

Silver Run Elementary School. Other Connecting Families members besides HCDS are the Millville Neighborhood Alliance, Millville Public Schools, Millville Public Library and Cumberland County College.Isaac and Lucas Keepfer (left-right) of Silver Run Elementary School talk with some residents of Riverview West high-rise during a delivery of potted flowers on Monday morning. (Photo: Submitted/Connecting Families to Communities)More: Housing authority residents coping with new security measuresM... (Vineland Daily Journal)

Apr 13, 2017

Landscaping Camp To Feature Butterfly Gardening With Carson Ellis

She is currently excited to be serving on the steering committee for the newly-formed Tennessee Plant Conservation Alliance and is hoping to develop the Delta Heritage Garden into a demonstration site for small-scale sustainable agriculture while continuing the expansion and development of naturalized plantings for the Anne Heard Stokes Butterfly Garden.Before moving to Memphis in 2015, she interned at both the Asheville Arboretum and Highlands Biological Research Station in North Carolina and has an associate’s degree in Horticulture Technology from Haywood Community College as well as a BA in Environmental Science from Mount Holyoke College. Born and raised in the mountains of North Carolina, exploring the bottomlands and cypress swamps surrounding Memphis, Tennessee has been an exciting change of scenery. She loves nothing more than a good hike through Meeman-Shelby Forest State Park on the weekends, especially in the spring!“I enjoy working in the Butterfly Garden because I have a lot of creative freedom, independence to research and design the plantings and a strong sense of connection to the space,” Ellis said. “The work as a horticulturist is not always glamorous, but having the support to bring my ideas and vision to fruition has made it a rewarding venture. I am also excited to announce that in 2016, we were officially certified as a Monarch Waystation.”For more information on the Landscaping Camp, visit http://oxfordms.com/retire-in-oxford/landscaping-camp/ or contact Rosie Vassallo at 662-234-4651. For questions or comments, email hottytoddynews@gmail.com. (HottyToddy.com)

Apr 13, 2017

Keep Kokomo Beautiful campaign kicks off Thursday; will include seven events

Susan Alexander, manager of Downtown Initiatives for the Greater Kokomo Economic Development Alliance, in a press release.“And it’s up to the community to keep it that way. That’s what the Keep Kokomo Beautiful initiative is all about. We hope to inspire residents and businesses to take ownership and pride in their community.”In 2016, the initiative engaged 400 volunteers, planted 1,122 flower baskets and 104 garden areas, and removed 1.5 tons of debris from the Wildcat Creek and the community’s walking trails.The 2017 campaign kicks off Thursday, April 6, with flower basket planting at a new location this year. From 9 to 11 a.m. and 4 to 6 p.m., volunteers will gather at Lybrook Landscaping/The Garden, 4476 S. 00 East-West, Kokomo.Thanks to this effort, for the 12th straight year, downtown will be in full bloom this summer with hundreds of hanging flower baskets on display along city center streets. At each event that day, volunteers will be served a free meal from Hawg Heaven.On Saturday, April 22, the focus will turn to trail and waterway clean-up. Volunteers will start their morning at 8 a.m. at the Senior Citizens Center, 721 W. Superior St., and work along the trail and waterway until noon.The planting will resume in May as volunteers will gather for two work days.First up will be planting at the City Hall Gazebo, 100 S. Union St., from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, May 20. Then, from 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 24, volunteers will plant the downtown container and alley gardens, meeting on the Courthous... (Kokomo Tribune)

Apr 7, 2017

Flowers “Made in the USA” – Why Some People Care

U.S. International Trade Commission.In 1991, that number was closer to 64 percent.So, what changed?According to the Alliance of Americans for America, it was the Andean Trade Preference Agreement (ATPA), which did away with tariffs on many products from Bolivia, Columbia, Ecuador and Peru. Not coincidentally, they say, 1991 was the year the U.S. entered that pact.Shortly after, the Alliance claims, Columbia in particular “flooded the American market with cheap, duty-free cut flowers.” As a result, California, which previously supplied 75 percent of the nation’s cut flowers, lost more than half its flower farms, dropping from 500 to 200 today.In response, in 2013, a group of flower farmers started a “Certified American Grown” task force and a year later created Certified American Grown labels.Now, a growing number of stores, such as Whole Foods and Trader Joe’s, are starting to label where their bouquets come from, too, according to a recent Adweek article.But do you even care if your local florist has local flowers?We thought you might, so we asked The Flowerman on Foothill Boulevard if he has any. He does.“The majority of our flowers come from California,” says Lou Quismorio, proudl... (Pasadena Now)