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Business name:
Queen City Floral, Inc.
Address:
402 Loop 236
City:
Queen City
State:
Texas
Zip Code:
75572
Phone number:
(903) 796-2891
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Find Queen City Floral, Inc. directions to 402 Loop 236 in Queen City, TX (Zip 75572 ) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 33.144825430448, -94.1585915426943 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Dec 28, 2016

Friday's HS Basketball Roundup: nationally ranked Wesleyan escapes Independence upset bid

Butler outscored Rock Hill 22-7 in a decisive second quarter. ?Covenant Day girls: beat Independence 46-25 in the championship game of the BSN Queen City Clash. Covenant allowed an average of just 22 points per game during the tournament. ?Jordan Chambers, Olympic: 30 points and game MVP in 87-70 win over Dawson (GA) Christian in the Queen City Jingle Bell Classic at Olympic Friday. Friday’s #BIG5 Performers Sarah Billiard, Covenant Day girls: 23 points, 24 rebounds, seven blocks in a 46-25 win over Independence in BSN Queen City Clash championship. Billiard and teammate Alexi Klohr made the all-tournament team. Myliek Durham, Rock Hill Northwestern: Scored 28 points as Northwestern (5-3) upset Sweet 16 No. 4 North Mecklenburg in the championship game of the 16th Moody Holiday tournament in Rock HIll. Teammates Ali Shockley and Dee Hardin made all-tournament. Jairus Hamilton, Cannon School: 26 points, on 12-for-19 shooting, plus 10 rebounds and four assists in a 76-61 win over No. 5 Providence Day at the Chick-Fil-A Classic in Columbia. Hamilton, a top 30 national recruit, was named to the all-tournament team. In three games at the tournament, Hamilton had 94 points and 23 rebounds. KC Hankton, United Faith: 22 points, 15 rebounds in a 70-63 win over York Prep at the Queen City Holiday Classic. Jehniya Smith, Monroe girls: 21 points, 10 rebounds in a 57-42 win over Hunter Huss. Teammate Tanaja Stevenson had 17 for the Redhawks (5-2), No. 15 in the Observer’s Sweet 16 poll. Friday’s Boys Roundup Rock Hill Northwestern 75, No. 4 North Mecklenburg 72: Northwestern pulled off the upset in the Moody championship game. North Meck cut an eight point lead to... (Charlotte Observer)

Nov 24, 2016

Scotland County Senior Nutrition Center MENU Thursday, Nov. 24 – Thanksgiving…Center Closed,…

Marilyn June (Arbuckle) Anders, 74 of rural Queen City, Missouri passed away at her home on Tuesday, November 15, 2016. The daughter of Wendell Howard and Wilma Ann (Dodson) Arbuckle, she was born on October 30, 1942 in rural Ravanna, Missouri.  She was united in marriage to Clifford Martin and to this union two daughters were born, Teresa and Melissa.  Then she was united in marriage to Donnie Anders. Survivors include her financee, Dennis Dean of Queen City, Missouri; four grandchildren, Justin Morgan and wife, Angela of Martinstown, Missouri, Brandon Morgan of Livonia, Missouri, Carrie Cottey and husband, Tyson of Unionville, Missouri and Jenessa Dean of Unionville, Missouri and her father, Jason Dean of Unionville, Missouri; three step-grandchildren, Megan McCall of Bloomfield, Iowa, Heather Anders of Queen City, Missouri and Kimberly Broomhall of Lancaster, Missouri; five great-grandchildren, Ryder, Sawyer and Hudson Morgan of Martinstown, Missouri, Sophia Morgan of Livonia, Missouri and Tayven Cottey of Unionville, Missour... (Memphis Democrat)

Sep 7, 2016

Our history: Ratcliffe's Flowers building has deep roots on South ...

Yes, Charlotte has a reputation for tearing down its history, but the Queen City still has a number of historically important buildings. The Ratcliffe Florist Building on South Tryon Street in uptown Charlotte is a perfect example – you may walk by it and not even know its story. The History: Louis Ratcliffe started his floral business in 1917, setting up shop next to Latta Arcade, in the 300 block of South Tryon. Business was good, and Ratcliffe asked William H. Peeps to design a building for him. Peeps was a well-known British-born architect who had drawn up the plans for Latta Arcade as well as homes for some of Charlotte's wealthiest residents. Local historian Tom Hanchett said Peeps' homes "look like Snow White and the Seven Dwarves just stepped out of them, and with the Ratcliffe building, he took that and brought it to uptown." Elements of the façade include stuccoed brick, a wooden gable, grooved columns and a balcony complete with cast iron railings. Half of the interior is two stories high, with flourishes of chestnut, flagstone, plaster, glaze... (Charlotte Observer)

Sep 7, 2016

Our history: Ratcliffe's Flowers building has deep roots on South Tryon Street

Yes, Charlotte has a reputation for tearing down its history, but the Queen City still has a number of historically important buildings. The Ratcliffe Florist Building on South Tryon Street in uptown Charlotte is a perfect example – you may walk by it and not even know its story. The History: Louis Ratcliffe started his floral business in 1917, setting up shop next to Latta Arcade, in the 300 block of South Tryon. Business was good, and Ratcliffe asked William H. Peeps to design a building for him. Peeps was a well-known British-born architect who had drawn up the plans for Latta Arcade as well as homes for some of Charlotte's wealthiest residents. Local historian Tom Hanchett said Peeps' homes "look like Snow White and the Seven Dwarves just stepped out of them, and with the Ratcliffe building, he took that and brought it to uptown." Elements of the façade include stuccoed brick, a wooden gable, grooved columns and a balcony complete with cast iron railings. Half of the interior is two stories high, with flourishes of chestnut, flagstone, plaster, glaze... (Charlotte Observer)

Jan 8, 2016

Leaders mourn Plainfield activist Dottie Gutenkauf

Democratic politics and state progressive causes, was remembered Tuesday as a champion for the Queen City. Gutenkauf, who was predeceased by her civil-rights activist husband, Josef, three years ago this month, died Tuesday morning after living with cancer for many years. She was 82. Over the years, while voters swept political factions in and out of City Hall, Gutenkauf — known by many as “Dottie G” — was a constant, respected by politicians of all stripes. Mayor Adrian Mapp called her “one of Plainfield’s outstanding citizens” and “a pillar in the community.” Assemblyman Jerry Green, D-22nd District, remembered her as “a true champion when it comes down to what’s good for Plainfield.” And former Garden State Equality President Steven Goldstein, who was portrayed by Steve Carell in the gay rights movie “Freeheld” this year, said she and her husband were “fearless” advocates who helped make marriage equality a reality in the state. In recent years, Gutenkauf was a passionate advocate for the Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center, leading the campaign to oppose its closing in 2008 and continuing to champion the effort to preserve the hospital’s remaining healthcare facilities in this city. Just last month, Gutenkauf used her blog to applaud JFK Medical Center’s new $2 million emergency department at the Muhlenberg campus. “Basically, all the other services that are there today is because of Dottie and Joe’s energy to make sure the people of Plainfield got what they deserve,” said Green, who maintained a friendshi... (MyCentralJersey.com)

Jan 8, 2016

17 Charming Hideaways Far From Crowds in the Northeast USA

NEW HAMPSHIREAsh St. Inn, Manchester NH. How can a trip to the largest city in the State (NH's "Queen City") be an escape from crowds? It is if you stay on a lovely residential street in Manchester's only B&B. Owned by Rob and Margit Wezwick (since March '15), the 5-bedroom Ash St. Inn, renovated in 2000 to its early 1900's luster, retains its Victorian charm, and is located two short blocks from the fantastic Currier Museum. Margit, a cell biologist PhD who grew up in a family-run Guest House in Germany, and Rob, a high-tech guy with a degree in Culinary Arts, provide a delicious, anticipatory and appealing guest experience. Inn at Ellis River, Jackson, NH. The White Mountains of New Hampshire have been drawing tourists for over 150 years, with North Conway a crowded hotspot in season. Jackson, in the mountain's eastern region, is a bit more subdued and Christmas card perfect in winter. The Inn at Ellis River, just out of town, gets my vote for value and ambience. Homey, cozy and country-cute, and set on a stone-dappled river, the Inn features a swimming pool, billiards room with bar, warmly generous new owners and a hot made to order breakfast. VERMONTInn on the Green, Middlebury, VT. Home to Middlebury College and the wonderful Morgan Horse Farm (yes, it's open for tours!), Middlebury, VT does have a removed from the world aspect. Most visitors stay at the larger Middlebury Inn, but the Inn on the Green offers a more intimate experience. Renovated in 1995 to its just-post-colonial roots, and with only 11 rooms, it's perfect for people looking for both privacy and a small B&B experience (a rare combo). Each room is a study in colonial and Federalist antiques, with original wide-plank floors, and modern amenities (like flat-screen TVs and upscale toiletries). Breakfast is delivered to your room each morning (there's no dining room and no need to socialize), so you can come and go in relative anonymity. a href="http://images.huffingtonpost.com/2015-12-16-1450284638-9638573-Farmhous... (Huffington Post)

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