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Florists in Alvin, TX

Find local Alvin, Texas florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Alvin and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Alvin Flower Shops

Admired Occasions Florist

2424 Gordon St
Alvin, TX 77511

Putting On The Ritz Florist

604 Texas 6
Alvin, TX 77511
(281) 331-0093

Alvin TX News

Apr 20, 2018

LOCAL BRIEFS: 4-H Junior Leaders taking flower orders

LIGONIERTime to register for City League ballRegistration for City League baseball and T-Ball will take place at Ligonier Recreation Center, 301 Calvin St., today through May 7. Registration is open to the public for T-Ball, ages 3 to 5; coach pitch, ages 6 to 7; and major league, ages 8 to 11. Games will be played Tuesdays and Thursdays starting June 5. Registration is $25. Coaches are needed.GOSHENSwiss steak supper May 5Everyone is invited to a Swiss steak supper at Fairview Grange, 22482 C.R. 45, Goshen. It will take place May 5, from 4 to 7 p.m. Meals for adults are $10 and $5 for children 5 to 11 years of age. Children age 4 and younger may eat for free. For more information, call Lori at 333-4362 or Patsy at 875-6197.LIGONIERPavilion and cabin rentalsThe Ligonier Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting reservations for pavilion and cabin rentals for the 2018 season. To make a reservation, call the recreation center at 260-894-7344. (Goshen News)

Nov 17, 2017

Giants LT Ereck Flowers continues an impressive streak | Snap count analysis

CB Janoris Jenkins: 61LB Jonathan Casillas: 58DE Olivier Vernon: 54DE Jason Pierre-Paul: 54CB Eli Apple: 45DT Jay Bromley: 37DE Avery Moss: 36LB Calvin Munson: 34DT Dalvin Tomlinson: 32DT Damon Harrison: 31CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie: 29LB Kelvin Sheppard: 26DE Kerry Wynn: 12CB Ross Cockrell: 12DT Robert Thomas: 9S Andrew Adams: 8LB Curtis Grant: 7DE Devin Taylor: 3S Nat Berhe: 1Special teams snap count totals (out of 34):LB Curtis Grant: 27S Andrew Adams: 22RB Paul Perkins: 21RB Wayne Gallman: 19TE Rhett Ellison: 19LB Calvin Munson: 15TE Jerell Adams: 14CB Eli Apple: 14CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie: 13DT Dalvin Tomlinson: 12S Landon Collins: 12RB Orleans Darkwa: 10RB Shane Vereen: 10DE Jason Pierre-Paul: 9DE Devin Taylor: 9S Darian Thompson: 9LS Zak DeOssie: 9P Brad Wing: 9K Aldrick Rosas: 8S Nat Berhe: 7DT Robert Thomas: 5TE Evan Engram: 4OL Ereck Flowers: 4OL John Jerry: 4OL D.J. Fluker: 4OL Chad Wheeler: 4OL Jon Halapio: 4DT Jay Bromley: 4CB Ross Cockrell: 4WR Ed Eagan: 2DT Damon Harrison: 1Dan Duggan may... (NJ.com)

Nov 17, 2017

Irma Elizabeth Barrentine Flowers

Lord Jesus inHeaven. Graveside services will be 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, 2017 at Odd Fellows Cemetery in Greenwood. Elder Calvin Warren will officiate at the services. Wilson & Knight Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. She was born Jan. 9, 1921, to Thomas A. Barrentine and Ethyl Katherine Shelton Barrentine in Greenwood. She and husband, V. Wade Flowers, spentmost of their married life in Greenwood, later retiring from Barrentine Manufacturing Company to spend their last happy years together at Booth Lake in Carroll County. The last 21 years of residence were in Hernando. Her church home was the Olive Branch Primitive Baptist Church where she rejoiced in the friendship, fellowship, and family atmosphere. Not many knew, as she never spoke publically about it, but in the 1950’s she was responsible for starting the first free lunch program in the Greenwood City Schools, made possible through the solicitation and cooperation of local private business owners. She was a positive, wonderful influence and role model for all the lives she touched through her life’s journey and will be dearly missed by those she left behind. Mrs. Flowers was preceded in death by her husband; parents, Thomas A.Barrentine and Ethel Cather... (DeSoto Times-Tribune)

Oct 19, 2017

Flower philanthropy: Surprise bouquets delight with message of goodwill

You never know when somebody’s having a bad day. Make somebody happy. Put a smile on their face.” That’s exactly what happened to Pastor Calvin Suggs, of Miracle Christian Center in Wilson.“It’s a blessing. It’s encouraging,” Suggs said. “I never would have expected it coming out of the barbershop, but it makes my day even better.”“We hope you have a great day and we hope you are blessed as well,” Davenport told the man.Suggs said he intended to give the bouquets to his wife Teresa and a friend at church who was having a birthday Wednesday.“They are going to burst out real loud. A loud scream,” Suggs said. “I really appreciate it. This is great.”Nancy Crowder, who helped prepare the arrangements, said she loved passing them out.“There is so much bad going on in the world today,” Crowder said. “Everybody needs some happy and I like being part of happy.”“I love walking out, meeting the different people and making them smile,” said Spencer. “It makes me feel good. It’s a feel-good thing to do. With things the way they are in this world right now, everybody needs to feel good at least one day in their life.”When Carl Howard, of Kenly, received his pair of bouquets, it wasn’t long before he was handing one of them to LaVonne Jones, of Wilson.“I love that. It makes me feel real good. I think that was a really good move,” Howard said.Deliverer Jenny O’Hara said the idea was awesome.“I think it does as much for me to give them away as it does for the recipients,” O’Hara said. “It makes you feel good to see someone smile and make them happy and be able to share that with somebody else.”... (The Wilson Times)

May 25, 2017

Obituaries for Sunday, May 21, 2017

Pesamino of Ewa Beach, grandchildren Kalauonaonaeho‘ohiwahiwaikamakana, Kekaneli‘imaikalani, Kassidy, Kelson, Jaden, Jaxon and Jurney, brothers Alvin (Patricia) Tanaka and Harold Tanaka, and nieces and nephews. A celebration of life will be on Friday, June 2, at the Kapaa Seventh-Day Adventist Church. Visitation is at 9 a.m., with service at 10:30 a.m.Private internment will be held at a later date.Keichi ‘Jonah’ YamamotoKeichi Yamamoto of Lawai was born on April 2, 1924, in Honolulu, and passed away on May 7, 2017,at Wilcox Medical Center. He was a retired warehouse clerk and U.S. Army veteran.He was preceded in death by wife Nora (Nishiie) Yamamoto, sister Helen Kure and brother Alfred Yamamoto Sr.He is survived by his son Bruce (Cathy) Yamamoto, daughter Joan (Larry) Heller, and grandchildren Jill Yamamoto and Nathan Heller.A private service has been held with appreciation to the Garden Island Mortuary, Ltd.© 2017 Thegardenisland.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. (Thegardenisland.com)

May 7, 2017

Floral keepsakes become a fond remembrance

Grandpa was also a school teacher and a minister. He kept records of everything -- calving, crops, steers and heifers, hen laying numbers and much more, some of which I still have.So you see why I wanted a remembrance, a rose, preserved in a book, one of my favorite books, “Ben Hur,” which I kept for years and years until the rose finally crumbled.Flower preservation has come a long way since my experience. In my day it was pressing a flower in a book or between two heavy objects or cutting the stem and hanging it upside-down in a dimly lit or darkened room, like a basement, until it dried. The results were varied. Colors would fade giving it an antique look or quite often, if light was bright, lose all color.A more modern way of preservation is drying flowers with a microwave oven with the assistance of silica gel. I’ve never tried this method so know little about it, but it involves placing the flower in a thin bed of silica gel, sprinkling the gel on top of the flower/flowers, and microwaving for an allotted time which is determined by flower size and thickness. This method, so I’ve heard, retains most, if not all, of the flowers’ original color and shape by removing all the moisture quickly. Some flowers may turn brown if not properly done. Research the procedure first for best results.Tom Yoder is a master gardener who resides in Goshen. He can be reached by phone at 533-0172 or by e-mail at yoder.tom@gmail.com. (Greensburg Daily News)