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1003 Pike Street
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Flowers and Gifts News
May 31, 2019
Vienna business strives to beat cancer one flower at a time - WTAP-TV
A portion of sales from all pink plants sold Saturday will be donated to the Strecker Cancer Center in Marietta.
Store employees say this all started as a way to give back to the community.
“It’s a really sentimental day for us. There’s a lot of people that pass through that share stories with us and that means a lot that we’re able to be there for them and that they can feel a sense of a way to give back to other people in the same position. It’s just a way that we can give back to the community, a way that we can support other women and just really feel the sense of community support,” explains Maddie Witkosky-Barr, the store’s retail manager.
Pink Day is always scheduled for the last Saturday in May.
Last year, the event was able to donate $2,000.
... Nov 15, 2018
Flowers removed from railroad bridge
JANELLE PATTERSON The Marietta Times
Flower baskets have been removed from the Historic Harmar Railroad Bridge, and the nonprofit which owns the bridge encourages couples not to secure their locks on the bridge.
The flower baskets on the Historic Harmar Railroad Bridge have been taken down, as the “love locks” placed on them began to multiply.“It was becoming an eyesore because it’s not the bridge. They’re flower baskets meant to hold flowers, not locks,” said Chuck Swaney, vice president of the Historic Harmar Bridge Company. “And they were becoming a bit dangerous to the public for the people hanging them leaning over the railing and these things move. We felt it was an impractical place for these locks to be going.”
The iron baskets came down last month during the Harmar clean-up day run by neighborhood volunteers with support from Main Street West, an arm of Marietta Main Street, and Marietta College students.
“We haven’t thrown away anyone... May 25, 2017
Obituaries for Sunday, May 21, 2017
Gay Holden) and grandson Michael Doyle.She is survived by children Happy Holden (Lydia) of Zeeland, Michigan, Jolly Holden (Lynda) of Marietta, Georgia, Gay Holden of Hollywood, Florida and Honey Charles (William “BC”) of Hanamaulu, as well as nine grandchildren and hanai granddaughter, and 14 great-grandchildren. She was a former executive director of the YMCA of Kauai (the first woman to ever hold this position) and a retired school teacher and athletics coach, called “Coach Grandma” by many.Her community service to Kauai spanned decades, and during that time she received several community awards: Volunteer of the Year, Kauai YMCA (1984), Aloha Spirit (1995), Kauai’s outstanding senior woman (1997), and Family court volunteer. An avid runner, she and George joined the Garden Island Roadrunners and completed the first Kauai marathon in 1978 and, as a result, received the Presidential sports award from President Jimmy Carter in 1978. In later years, she won Kauai’s #1 Wahine Runner Award, and continued running until she was 88. Her running career spanned 218 races including that encompassed five marathons and four half-marathons.A memorial celebration of her life will be held at Kauai Christian Fellowship, 4000 Kilauea Rd., Kilauea, Saturday, May 27, from 2 to 4 p.m. The family requests aloha or casual attire, and in lieu of flowers donations can be made to YMCA of Kauai, 4477 Nuhou St, Lihue, HI 96766.Mark David DoddMark David Dodd of Kapaa passed away on May 16, 2017, at the age of 62. He was born in ... (Thegardenisland.com)Apr 13, 2017
The unmistakable air of spring: blooming flowers, trees full of chirping birds
G. "Jerry" Briggs, Peggy, Heeb Family, Arthur and Emma, Floya and Ed, Dr. and Mrs. A.E. Riehl, Teri-Lee and Van, John and Dorothy Wirth, Louis & Marietta Gilmer & children, Mr. & Mrs. J.L. Hood, Ella and Frank Booher, Art, Dolores, Jill and Shelley Ann Rayburn, Leo & Rose, Dottie and Mel Hunsaker, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Harvill, Mr. and Mrs. George M. Highfill, Carrie-Mack Martin, Effie, Tom & Pauline, Jae, Stroup. The signing of just the last name of Stroup made me smile, thinking it might be Jerry Stroup's grandmother, a faithful member of the First Baptist Church of Chaffee.Reminders Remember to tell that special person in your life that you love them -- those three words mean so very much.Email your news to me at email@example.com or leave a message at (573) 887-6430 or (214) 207-7839.And then ...Then there was the theft in Italy of $100,000 worth of Parmesan cheese and $60,000 worth of wine. (Southeast Missourian)Oct 27, 2016
Pike Nurseries to host Pumpkin Planters Make & Take Class today
The Cobb County locations for Pike Nurseries are 3602 Cobb Parkway in Acworth; 1875 Roswell Road in Marietta; 3431 Barrett Parkway Northwest in west Cobb; and 2900 Johnson Ferry Road in east Cobb.
(MDJOnline.com)Aug 29, 2016
Georgia's Flowers at center of jobs dispute
Jonesboro was ordered by the Labor Department two years ago to pay $2 million in back wages to 84 waiters and kitchen staffers. A Marietta printer paid $32,000 to 69 misclassified workers. And an Atlanta judge awarded 73 strippers at The Onyx in Atlanta a total of $1.6 million in back pay.
Cost to taxpayers
Misclassification costs taxpayers as well as workers. Businesses that wrongfully hire independent contractors typically don’t cover worker’s compensation, payroll taxes or unemployment insurance. The Government Accountability Office reported a decade ago that misclassification cost the federal treasury $2.7 billion alone in unpaid taxes. The tally is certainly much higher today.
“I suspect this is going on on a pretty widespread basis,” said state Sen. Josh McKoon, R-Columbus, who held legislative hearings on misclassification last year.
“We had truck drivers tell us, ‘Look I’m one illnes away from being unemployed and unable to feed my family. I can’t afford to be sick and take time off.’ (And), what’s happening is that these businesses that don’t properly classify their employees are being subsidized by the state of Georgia.”
In the Flowers case, Rudolph Wordlaw of Douglasville sued the company and its Villa Rica warehouse subsidiary last December claiming he regularly worked 50-55 hours a week yet never received OT pay.
Wordlaw did not return calls seeking comment on the case.
His lawsuit says Flowers — the nation’s second largest packaged bread company with $3.7 billion in sales — controls just about every major aspect of the company-distributor-customer relationship.
An independent contractor, Worldlaw and dozens of other plaintiffs claim, would have much more say over distribution, sale and marketing of Nature’s Own, Sunbeam and Merita breads. Flowers, the lawsuits say, negotiates products, prices, displays and promotional campaigns directly with retailers.
“Distributors are dependent upon, and controlled by, the defendants and are not in business for themselves,” Wordlaw’s lawsuit contends. “The result is that distributors’ job duties and ability to earn income is tied directly to the sale and promotion of products outside of their control.”
Flowers, with 1,850 employees in Georgia and another 531 distributors, has relied upon independent drivers to distribute goods since the 1980s. A distributor buys a delivery route, sometimes with help from corporate financing, and is given exclusive rights to deliver breads and snacks within a certain territory.
“The independent distributor model … is a proven, market-driven approach to the operation of our direct-store-delivery segment,” the company said in a statement. “We believe that it results in significant benefits for independent distributors, their customers and Flowers.”
The company said, “We do not believe the Georgia lawsuit or the others being brought against the company have merit, and we intend to vigorously defend our position.”
The degree of control will be key in determining if Wordlaw and other plaintiffs are deemed independent contractors or employees, labor experts predict. A year ago the Labor Department ... (MyAJC)
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