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Aug 22, 2019

Nell Nolan: Floral Trail, Rotary Club Metairie, Imperial Woods Gourmet Club - NOLA.com

Miss Emma Gertrude Thibeaux now wears the 2019-2020 crown. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Alvah Thibeaux. She enjoyed a day of thrills that had her and her court arriving at 1 p.m. at the Sheraton before their transportation to Muriel’s Jackson Square and a lined-up entrance to Jackson Square for the crowning. Included there were board members, royal mothers, John Young, visiting queens, her majesty of last year, the new cortege and emcee Candice Steltz. After the coronation, a carriage procession returned to the Sheraton for the formal presentation and dinner.Members of queen Emma’s court were maids Sophia Dianne Cruze, Allison Mary Hedrick and Katherine Ann Koppens, respective daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Stacy Ayres Cruze, Mr. Bryant Bernard Hedrick and Mrs. Tracie Roddy Senior, and Mrs. Jennie Ann Sciarrotta and the late Mr. Kirk Allen Koppens and stepdaughter of Mr. Charley Gerard Hassinger, her escort. The demoiselles and their parents were Misses Sophia Margaret Dusang, Mr. and Mrs. Chad Paul Dusang; Emily Bernard Hedrick, Mr. Hedrick and Mrs. Senior; Mia Catherine Henry, Mr. Tommy Brian Henry and Mrs. Glenda Marie Grabert; Mercedees Mary Hernandez, Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Joseph Hernandez; Zoe Grace Hernandez, whose mother is Ms. Deborah Lynn Hernandez; Shelby Marie LaSalle, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Paul LaSalle Jr. (Dr. Marija LaSalle); Ainsley Claire Liles, Dr. and Mrs. A.C. Liles III; Chloe Caroline Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Robertson; and Isabella Grace St. Philip, Mr. Vincent Joseph St. Philip and Mrs. Faith Ann Boudoin.The five princesses and their parents were Misses Avery Caitlin Liles, Dr. and Mrs. Liles; Jillian Annalise Orellana, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Orellana; Lily Elizabeth Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson; Kaelynn Marie Steltz, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Joseph Steltz; and Meadow Cecelia Waltemyer, Mr. and Mrs. Cory Tait Waltemyer. Completing the court were the nine flower girls, namely little Misses Anniston Rose DiBenedetto and Ava Anne DiBenedetto, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Anthony DiBenedetto; Ella Claire Langlois, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Christopher Langlois; Adriana Elizabeth Orellana and Caitlin Alise Orellana, Mr. and Mrs. Orellana; Liv Elise Steltz, Mr. and Mrs. Steltz; Mary Kate Elizabeth Steltz, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Michael Steltz; and Emery Lynne Tantillo, Mr. and Mrs. Jed Alan Tantillo.More features of the festival of Flowers were music by Carnaval, under the direction ...

Aug 22, 2019

Lucas Dobson: Flowers left near River Stour where missing boy found - Kent Online

We have had great support from the community in terms of searching and support to officers. The Salvation Army and Red Cross have been absolutely amazing."The search and rescue teams and divers have done an absolutely amazing job and I am incredibly grateful."Thank you to the public who tipped out on mass and really helped to maximise our chances of finding Lucas at that early stage but unfortunately, it wasn't to be."We are looking after our officers as things like this are traumatic, but of course no where near what the family are experiencing right now.""No matter the expectation, when it's actually confirmed that this is the outcome it comes as a massive, massive shock."Mani Cook, Kent Fire and Rescue Service area manager, confirmed Lucas was found with in 100m for the incident, said: "It was a fairly long search but we would have continued had we not made that discovery this morning."The community has been phenomenal - it has been touching that they have taken such an interest in locating this little boy."Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family, friends and this community. There is a lot of emotion out there this morning but that's to be expected after such a long, intense search."It wasn't just professionals helping in the efforts. Volunteer organisations including the RNLI and Kent Search and Rescue(KSAR) have also helped with search efforts.Stewart Baird from (KSAR) said: "We would like to offer our sincere condolences to Lucas' family at this sad and difficult time."This was one of the largest search operations seen in Kent and involved over 100 of the emergency services including the volunteer specialists of Search & Rescue, HM Coastguard and the RNLI."The joint emergency service operation worked extremely well and co-ordinated by Kent Police with the support of Kent Fire & Rescue and Kent Search & Rescue, a huge area was searched systematically over the five days Lucas was missing."KSAR deployed teams each day from dawn until dusk and worked tirelessly with Police, Fire and Coastguard colleagues to bring Lucas home. KSAR crews are entirely volunteer and all took personal time from work to ensure the search operation was at full strength every day."We would also like to formally thank the residents of Sandwich, Deal and surrounding areas as well as the wider public as a whole."Their support, donations and practical offers of help was truly amazing and in the darkest times helped all the rescue teams keep the operation running. This has been a very distressing time for everyone involved and our thoughts are with everyone touched by Lucas and his family."Speaking this afternoon Ch Insp Mark Weller of Kent Police said: "Following the discovery of a body in the River Stour at approximately 9.15am on Wednesday 21 August, formal identification has taken place and I can confirm the body is that of missing Lucas."It brings an end to our search and I would like to echo Lucas’ family’s message of thanks to those who came out to help search for him in the last few days. The community support we have witnessed has been heart-warming, even in the most tragic of circumstan...

Jul 5, 2019

Exotic flowers, burlap, and mini disco balls: How Sara Perez-Ekanger built a floral design company - The Advocate

Alejandro that she bought for her college dorm room.Or it could have been the exotic flora she encountered in El Salvador (the country of her parents’ birth), Nicaragua, Guatemala or the other Central American locales to which her work as a translator for missionary groups brought her. Or it could have been the plants that her mom cultivated in their home — no matter how large or small the home — and transported with them any time the family moved.“Those plants represented home for me,” Perez-Ekanger says.Or it could be simple coincidence. Perez-Ekanger grew up in the San Francisco Bay area, and after a brief stint in junior college and two semesters spent abroad working as a translator for Christian missionary groups, a family friend encouraged her to apply for a basketball scholarship to attend Evangel University in Missouri. There, she met her husband, Trevor. Shortly after they graduated, they married. A few months later, they moved to New Orleans.Perez-Ekanger’s “career” was an elusive concept when she first arrived here. Her husband worked as a photographer; she worked as a server in a few restaurants and also had a gig at a Starbucks coffee shop for a bit, but the real architects of her future were around the corner from the apartment they rented: Carrollton Flower Market and...

Jul 5, 2019

Exotic flowers, burlap, and mini disco balls: How Sara Perez-Ekanger built a floral design company - The Advocate

Alejandro that she bought for her college dorm room.Or it could have been the exotic flora she encountered in El Salvador (the country of her parents’ birth), Nicaragua, Guatemala or the other Central American locales to which her work as a translator for missionary groups brought her. Or it could have been the plants that her mom cultivated in their home — no matter how large or small the home — and transported with them any time the family moved.“Those plants represented home for me,” Perez-Ekanger says.Or it could be simple coincidence. Perez-Ekanger grew up in the San Francisco Bay area, and after a brief stint in junior college and two semesters spent abroad working as a translator for Christian missionary groups, a family friend encouraged her to apply for a basketball scholarship to attend Evangel University in Missouri. There, she met her husband, Trevor. Shortly after they graduated, they married. A few months later, they moved to New Orleans.Perez-Ekanger’s “career” was an elusive concept when she first arrived here. Her husband worked as a photographer; she worked as a server in a few restaurants and also had a gig at a Starbucks coffee shop for a bit, but the real architects of her future were around the corner from the apartment they rented: Carrollton Flower Market and...

Apr 27, 2019

Take a home and garden tour through Eau Gallie - Florida Today

Each stop has its own delights. Among the unique features at the Mitchell House are the parlor fireplace updated with New Orleans fireplace mantle salvaged from Hurricane Katrina and the chandelier which originally hung in a historic Merritt Island hotel. The sun room ceiling was inspired by a porch ceiling seen in Charleston and the dining room by a pineapple Alaskan chandelier purchased in Vero Beach. The laundry room was inspired by a screen door purchased at Shelly’s and the downstairs bath by an 1800’s “bowl and pitcher” vanity from France and an old tub once used as a flower pot. In addition to a visit to the Mitchell House, the $20 donation for the tour includes admission to six other stops, among them the Rossetter House Museum and Gardens. Descended from 17th century New England pioneers, James Rossetter arrived in Eau Gallie in 1902 to make his mark in the local fishing industry as a charter partner of the Indian River & Lake Worth Fish Company. He bought a small structure on the current site in 1904, but soon needed more room for his expanding family. Instead of building an addition, Rossetter opted to buy the winter home of wealthy New York industrialist John Aspinwall and move it down the Indian River to his Eau Gallie lot. The Aspinwall house, built in 1890, is now the west wing of the house, which Rossetter connected to the existing building with open-air breezeways. A visit to the house and grounds transports visitors to the well-heeled Florida of the early 1900s. When the Rossetter sisters willed the property to the Rossetter Foundation, they left not only the house and gardens, but also all the furnishings, including Ella’s 1930s Model A Ford convertible, often used as backdrop for many weddings.

Apr 27, 2019

Take a home and garden tour through Eau Gallie - Florida Today

Each stop has its own delights. Among the unique features at the Mitchell House are the parlor fireplace updated with New Orleans fireplace mantle salvaged from Hurricane Katrina and the chandelier which originally hung in a historic Merritt Island hotel. The sun room ceiling was inspired by a porch ceiling seen in Charleston and the dining room by a pineapple Alaskan chandelier purchased in Vero Beach. The laundry room was inspired by a screen door purchased at Shelly’s and the downstairs bath by an 1800’s “bowl and pitcher” vanity from France and an old tub once used as a flower pot. In addition to a visit to the Mitchell House, the $20 donation for the tour includes admission to six other stops, among them the Rossetter House Museum and Gardens. Descended from 17th century New England pioneers, James Rossetter arrived in Eau Gallie in 1902 to make his mark in the local fishing industry as a charter partner of the Indian River & Lake Worth Fish Company. He bought a small structure on the current site in 1904, but soon needed more room for his expanding family. Instead of building an addition, Rossetter opted to buy the winter home of wealthy New York industrialist John Aspinwall and move it down the Indian River to his Eau Gallie lot. The Aspinwall house, built in 1890, is now the west wing of the house, which Rossetter connected to the existing building with open-air breezeways. A visit to the house and grounds transports visitors to the well-heeled Florida of the early 1900s. When the Rossetter sisters willed the property to the Rossetter Foundation, they left not only the house and gardens, but also all the furnishings, including Ella’s 1930s Model A Ford convertible, often used as backdrop for many weddings.

Apr 27, 2019

Artistic Spring blooms with vibrant color at N.J. Flower and Garden Show - NJ.com

Vincent Van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollack, Salvador Dali and others. The 17th annual event runs through Sunday at the New Jersey Convention and Exposition Center in Edison. Visitors can stroll through nine full-scale gardens featuring colorful live plants created by local landscape designers and artists. There are several displays including horticulture, artistic floral arranging, and crafts. Each arrangement or craft incorporates some plant material in the final piece and is based on this year's theme. Attendees can meet with gardening professionals for tips and more.

Jan 25, 2019

Day 7: Faces and Flowers – a look at the culture of El Salvador - washingtoncountyinsider.com

Jan. 25, 2019 – El Salvador – Nancy and David Slinde of West Bend are in the midst of a 10-day missionary trip to El Salvador. It’s the 30th time the couple have been to the Central American country to complete projects focusing on education, health, housing and business startup.Below is a photo gallery of some of the faces and flowers encountered during the trip.The grand dame of Mariscal Hotel in El SalvadorAt the street market outside the Mayan ruins of El SalvadorCommunity park in the mountains in El Salvador. Nancy Slinde and child from mission church in El Salvadorimg class="aligncenter size-medium wp-image-71803" src="https://i0.wp.com/www.washingtoncountyinsider.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/4B5CCD2F-EA96-4B68-86C3-988E9BD725D8-e1548381637771-300x400.jpeg?resize=300%2C400" alt width="300" height="400" srcset="https://i0.wp.com/www.washingtoncountyinsider.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/4B5CCD2F-EA96-4B68-86C3-98...

Oct 12, 2018

Wallingford flower shop owner celebrates 92nd birthday with town proclamation

Greco has operated the shop in the same location, 150 Center St., since 1950. Her husband and co-owner, Salvatore Greco, died in 2007.Salvatore Greco designed the flower arrangements, while Ann Greco worked the counter – greeting customers and answering the phone – and kept the books. Ann Greco's brother, Sal Spada, created the window dressings for several years.Running a small florist shop has changed during the last 70 years."We have a lot of competition right now," Greco said, "with the stores and the florists in town, but we have a lot of weddings and funerals that keep us going."Doreen Yanelli, Greco's daughter, contacted Mayor William W. Dickinson Jr.'s office a couple weeks ago and asked if he would mark the occasion and acknowledge her contributions to the local business community."He was more than happy to do that," Yanelli said.The mayor's office issued the proclamation on Sept. 28. "I'm used to bring proud of my mother and father," Yanelli said. "They are Wallingford."Greco had three children, and has four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren."The Wallingford Flower and Gift Shoppe has created beautiful bouquets and floral arrangements for countless special occasions," the proclamation stated, "which have touched the lives of many of us throughout the years."When she's not at the shop, Greco said she enjoys the company of her family and relaxing at home. She's a parishioner of Most Holy Trinity Church, a former volunteer at the Masonicare Gift S...

Oct 12, 2018

Flower shop owner honored with mayoral proclamation

Greco has operated the shop in the same location, 150 Center St., since 1950. Her husband and co-owner, Salvatore Greco, died in 2007. Salvatore Greco designed the flower arrangements, while Ann Greco worked the counter - greeting customers and answering the phone - and kept the books. Ann Greco's brother, Sal Spada, created the window dressings for several years. Running a small florist shop has changed during the last 70 years. "We have a lot of competition right now," Greco said, "with the stores and the florists in town, but we have a lot of weddings and funerals that keep us going." Doreen Yanelli, Greco's daughter, contacted Mayor William W. Dickinson Jr.'s office a couple weeks ago and asked if he would mark the occasion and acknowledge her contributions to the local business community. "He was more than happy to do that," Yanelli said. The mayor's office issued the proclamation on Sept. 28. "I'm used to bring proud of my mother and father," Yanelli said. "They are Wallingford." Greco had three children, and has four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. "The Wallingford Flower and Gift Shoppe has created beautiful bouquets and floral arrangements for countless special occasions," the proclamation stated, "which have touched the lives of many of us throughout the years." When she's not at the shop, Greco sai...