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11987 Mott St
Arlington, TN 38002
(901) 867-2300

Arlington TN News

Jun 14, 2018

Scouts place flowers at Miramar National Cemetery for Memorial Day

Washington, DC, the Memorial Day Flowers Foundation is a non-profit organization that honors those who have served our country. Commencing with Arlington National Cemetery, the Memorial Day Flowers Foundation has expanded to include flower placement at 30 National Cemeteries across the United States as of 2018. CalFlowers is sponsoring the event locally by providing all of the flowers for Miramar National Cemetery. The Boy Scouts of America, San Diego Imperial Council, serves over 15,000 Scouts ranging in age from 6 to 20 from throughout San Diego and Imperial Counties. This event, hosted by the Rancho Mesa District, which includes the Miramar location, is open to Scouts and other volunteers from across the region. Related Articles ...

Jun 14, 2018

Plum Grove Garden Club plants flowers, vegetables at Clearbrook group homes

Clearbrook clients. Its members live in Arlington Heights, Cary, Palatine and Rolling Meadows, and it turns out, their new initiative blossomed and yielded benefits not even these lifelong gardeners could have predicted. "We call it garden therapy because the residents can do it with us," said Connie Sanofsky of Palatine. "It's a sensory activity, where they can learn about how to grow flowers and vegetables, and enjoy the benefits afterward." The six men who live in the Whitcomb group home eagerly donned work gloves to help plant flowers in front of their raised ranch home. While a pair of landscaping companies -- Bolder Landscaping in Mount Prospect and Acres Group in Plainfield -- donated the mulch and helped to trim and reshape the beds, the gardeners got down on their hands and knees to plant the flowers. They ranged from perennials, such as purple coneflowers, black-eyed Susans and day lilies; to annuals that included begonias, marigolds and petunias, as well as rose bushes, ground cover and native grasses. "This is fun -- and rewarding," said Kay Marguerite of Palatine, a near 40-year member of the garden club. "And it's nice to see all the residents working hard and so excited about this." Mostly, the clients were interested in the vegetable garden, planted in a raised bed in the backyard. The chance ...

Jun 14, 2018

Photographers challenged to capture Thornton Hall flowers and history for new competition

THE NORTHERN ECHO has teamed up with Thornton Hall gardens, on the outskirts of Darlington, to run a photography competition over the first half of the summer. Thornton Hall is a remarkable 16th Century farmhouse two miles outside Darlington where the formal gardens got lost over the centuries and under the hooves of livestock. However, resident Sue Manners has spent the last 30 years rediscovering the walled gardens with their raised beds leading up to a belvedere, and she has added new features like a waterfall and a wildlife pond, so that now they are one of the finest of their kind in the region. She opens on Wednesdays in June and July until harvesting takes up all of her family’s time. Homemade lunches and afternoon teas are available from one of the outhouses, and all proceeds from the £7 admission charge going to charity. This year, Thornton Hall is supporting the air ambulance, and Alzheimer’s and prostate cancer research. Photographers are invited to enter their pictures taken at Thornton Hall into two categories: flora and fauna, and heritage. The gardens c...

Jun 14, 2018

Memorial Day 2018 Ceremonies in San Diego

Echo Taps.Find directions and parking information here.Also, the San Diego Veterans For Peace will set up “Hometown Arlington West Memorial" on the front lawn of the USS Midway Museum, to honor 300+ troops from Southern California who died in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.La Vista Memorial Park3191 Orange Street, National CityEvent at 1 p.m Monday, May 28thThe memorial park will host a free event with a presentation of the Navy’s symbolic “Two-Bell Ceremony” as a way of honoring war dead by Pearl Harbor Survivor Carnation Chapter 3 & dating back to World War I. There will also be a Missing Man Memorial Fly-By provided by a group of pilots.The keynote speakers will be Rear Admiral Mark E. Bipes, Deputy Commander, Navy Medicine West, Deputy Director, Medical Service Corps, Command Master Chief Patrick Paul Carrillo Mangarn.In Chula Vista, you can pay your respects at Memorial Park on 373 Park Way where there is a monument in place to honor veterans. Also, Veterans Park at 785 East Palomar Street has a "Walk of Honor" with bricks inscribed with the names of veterans.These are just a few ways to honor our fallen U.S. military service members on Memorial Day in San Diego. If you're taking part in other ceremonies across the county, let us know in the comments section below.Let's block ads!/strong...

Jun 14, 2018

Lilacs need sunlight to bloom properly

Master Gardener Answer Desk, Friendship Park Conservatory, Des Plaines, and University of Illinois Extension, North Cook Branch Office, Arlington Heights. Call (847) 298-3502 on Wednesdays or email Visit ...

Jun 14, 2018

Flowers, volunteers return to Arlington for Memorial Day weekend tradition

WASHINGTON — As volunteers honor fallen heroes at Arlington National Cemetery this weekend by placing roses at headstones, those who are also interested in helping the effort can do so with a donation. “Our goal is to make sure that every headstone gets a rose in front of it. That would be about 280,000 roses. And then making sure that every visitor on Monday gets a flower to place at the headstone of a loved one,” said Robin Penaherrera, founder and director of the nonprofit Memorial Day Flowers Foundation. “Ten dollars will place a rose on 12 headstones; $100 will actually get you a bucket of 125 roses,” said Robin Penaherrera, founder and director of the nonprofit Memorial Day Flowers Foundation. (Courtesy Memorial Day Flowers Foundation) The tradition started in 2011 and has grown to include 31 other cemeteries across the country. At Arlington, at least 1,200 volunteers are expected to take part this year. Last year, they had 750. A large number of volunteers are Boy and Gir...