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Debbie's Flower Boutique

Order flowers and gifts from Debbie's Flower Boutique located in Jermyn PA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 600 Washington Av, Jermyn Pennsylvania 18433 Zip. The phone number is (570) 876-3461. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Debbie's Flower Boutique in Jermyn PA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Debbie's Flower Boutique delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Debbie's Flower Boutique
Address:
600 Washington Av
City:
Jermyn
State:
Pennsylvania
Zip Code:
18433
Phone number:
(570) 876-3461
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Express you love, friendship, thanks, support - or all of the above - with beautiful flowers & gifts!

Find Debbie's Flower Boutique directions to 600 Washington Av in Jermyn, PA (Zip 18433) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 41.53091, -75.54528 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Jun 22, 2016

HINGHAM'S YESTERDAYS: Lightning plays havoc on electricity

THE WINDOW BOX COMMITTEE of the Garden Club of Hingham have been planting flowers in the Tree and Park Garage which will be transported by Bill Jermyn and Tree and Park employees to window boxes in Hingham Square. Richard Hollander of Hingham recently scored a hole-in-one at Valley Oaks Golf Course in California. SHOWING AT LORING HALL: “Thelma & Louise”. At Harborlight Mall, Kevin Costner in “Robin Hood” and Sally Field in “Soap Dish”. John Thorpe has been named to the Boston Globe All-Scholastic Outdoor Track Team. HOMES FOR SALE: Walk to Harbor from this immaculate Antique Cape with 11 rooms and 3-1/2 baths. 3,600 sq. feet of living space includes recently renovated kitchen and spacious family room that opens to a private rear deck. $399,000. Page 3 of 3 - … Step out the back door of this charming Garrison Colonial to a lovely peaceful yard and through the back gate to a neighborhood full of children. Recently redecorated, this 3 bedrooms home features a heated breezeway and a finished walk out basement with a wet bar. Well priced at $199,000. Police Chief Joachim-Ingo Borowski, recently home from a tour of duty in Cherry Point, North Carolina, as part of Operation Desert Storm, is back at the helm of the Hingham Police Department. For the third consecutive year, Hingham has been awarded designation as a “Tree City USA” By the National Arbor Day Foundation. Selectmen Kevin Costello Tuesday extended congratulations to Tree and Park Commissioner William Jermyn and his employees for their efforts in achieving the award. Old photographs for Hingham's Yesterdays are researched and organized by Peg Charlton. (Wicked Local Hingham)

Jan 8, 2016

YOUR OPINION

But most importantly, if you see a police officer, thank him for his service. ANN CAMMEROTA PRESIDENT, E.B. JERMYN LODGE NO. 2, FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE AUXILIARY Show support Editor: Each day, 780,000 police officers across our country put on a badge and go to work knowing they may face dangerous situations. “A policeman is a composite of what all men are, mingling of a saint and sinner, dust and deity,” the late broadcaster Paul Harvey said in his narration titled “Policeman.” This narration embodies the spirit of the job that police perform. On Saturday, the Fraternal Order of Police calls our nation’s citizens to support of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. It grew out of negativity directed toward law enforcement. There is a need to show law enforcers that people recognize the difficult career they have chosen. Police officers sometimes only have seconds with few known facts to make life-and-death decisions. Individuals can show support by changing profile pictures on social media or by sending a card of support to the local police department. On average, between 105 and 203 officers die, 50,000 officers are assaulted and 14,000 officers are injured in the line of duty each year. These sobering statistics demand recognition. It is imperative that we give these public servants the support and appreciation they deserve. LES NERI PRESIDENT, FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE, PENNSYLVANIA STATE LODGE, HARRISBURG Cheesed off Editor: I never have written a letter to the editor before, so this reflects my anger and frustration. The whole Lackawanna County commissioner debacle is nothing but a “bait and switch” scam. Commissioner Patrick O’Malley is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, trying to get in the back door. I still have a rotten taste in my mouth from the Cordaro/Munchak fiasco in county government — a scandal for which we are still paying. I don’t know if we as voters have any recourse at this time, but in the next election, I will be first in line to vote O’Malley out. This is not what we wanted, nor is this for what we voted. We, as voters, have no way to show our disappointment except at the polls and obviously, that doesn’t always work, either. KAREN FREEMAN SCRANTON Bad beginning Editor: I am so disappointed in the first days of the administration of Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick O’Malley and Laureen Cummings for their actions. I had high hopes we finally would have good, honest, credible commissioners who would work together, make decisions together and come up with solutions for the betterment of Lackawanna County. I expected three commissioners in office, not two. Commissioner Jerry Notarianni, the top vote-getter in the November election, was not even informed of the rejection of Recorder of Deeds Evie Rafalko McNulty as county chief of staff and the hiring of Andy Wallace as top administrator. How can we have trust when they exclude a commissioner? Maybe this is just a bad start. Let’s see the three commissioners become the commissioners we elected and have three, not two, commissioners on whom we can count. JANE MALLOY DUNMORE ... (Scranton Times-Tribune)

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