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Pollen Floral Works

Order flowers and gifts from Pollen Floral Works located in Castle Rock WA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 132 Front Ave Sw, Castle Rock Washington 98611 Zip. The phone number is (360) 967-2731. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Pollen Floral Works in Castle Rock WA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Pollen Floral Works delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Pollen Floral Works
Address:
132 Front Ave Sw
City:
Castle Rock
State:
Washington
Zip Code:
98611
Phone number:
(360) 967-2731
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Find Pollen Floral Works directions to 132 Front Ave Sw in Castle Rock, WA (Zip 98611) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 46.2749575816885, -122.907652013719 respectively.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Nov 18, 2016

Florists sow kindness through 'Petal it Forward' event

This is the first time Banda’s Bouquets in Longview and The Flower Pot in Castle Rock have participated in a national “Petal it Forward” event, which was started by the Society of American Florists. The idea is to give away two free bouquets to random strangers — one bouquet for the recipient to keep, the other to give away. There were florists from 235 cities across all 50 states who joined the “Petal it Forward”, according to Society of American Florists. “Flowers put a smile on people’s faces whether they’re giving or receiving,” said Lisa Allen, owner of Banda’s Bouquets. “I just thought it would be fun. Plus this year I could afford it.” On Tuesday Allen and her staff spent hours assembling chrysanthemums and carnations into 200 bouquets. Each small bundle would normally be sold for $4. While a distributor gave Allen a discount, she still spent a few hundred dollars on the event. Allen loaded buckets of yellow, white, purple and maroon flowers onto a cart she pushed around Commerce Avenue, stopping random strangers in stores or on the street. Some people were hesitant to accept the gift because of allergies or just b... (Longview Daily News)

Oct 21, 2016

Free flowers today: 'Petal It Forward' (photos)

Floral Sunshine, Goose Hollow Flowers, Old Town Florist and Solabee Flowers and Botanicals Sandy: Sandy Country Florist Tillamook: Sunflower Flats Castle Rock, Washington: The Flower Pot Longview, Washington: Banda's Bouquets Vancouver, Washington: Awesome Flowers, Mountain View High School floral students — Janet Eastmanjeastman@oregonian.com503-799-8739@janeteastman ... (OregonLive.com)

Oct 13, 2016

Festival of Flowers takes home prestigious award for topiary display

Festival of Flowers with an outstanding achievement award, beating out entrants from Castle Rock, Washington and Gallipolis, Ohio. Greenwood was the only South Carolina community to have ever participated in the contest, and its annual topiary display received a floor bloom rating out of five by America in Bloom judges. "We are excited to receive this kind of recognition, especially in our first year of participation. Greenwood has always exhibited civic pride and unity in their ongoing efforts to improve the area," Kelly McWhorter, executive director of the Greenwood Regional Tourism and Visitors Bureau, said in a press release. "We are blessed with beneficial partnerships and a strong teamwork attitude to make things happen here." The festival, which takes every June, is heading into its 50th year. Organizers announced in September that the 2016 event generated $3.3 million in revenue and drew 85,031 people. Angelle LaBorde, CEO of the Greenwood Area Chamber of Commerce and Festival of Flowers, traveled to Arroyo Grande, California with McWhorter to accept the award. "Through the development of the community profile in preparation for our inaugural year, we were educated and enlightened on the breadth and scope of our community volunteerism efforts in Greenwood," LaBorde said. "We were delighted that the judges acknowledged ... (Greenwood Index-Journal)

Oct 5, 2016

'Flower Girl' welcomes visitors to gardens

First Fridays. 720-904-1088.Ghost WalkA Ghost Walk and Theatrical Séance will be held at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 14 at Theatre of Dreams, 735 Park Ave., Castle Rock. Dress for the weather. A 45-minute walk will be followed by a séance at the theater. (Limited to 30 spirit seekers.) A Saturday session may be added if interest warrants it. $30 per person. 303-660-6799. Tickets: AmazingShows.com. Reservations required. Lanterns and glow sticks furnished. Costumes encouraged. (Highlands Ranch Herald)

Feb 2, 2016

Jessica Long Leads 2016 U.S. Paralympic Swimming National Team Announcement

N.J. S9/SB8/SM9 Roy Perkins Del Mar, Calif. S5/SB4/SM5 2016 National B Team Women Reilly Boyt Ft. Collins, Colo. S6/SB6/SM6 Brickelle Bro Castle Rock, Colo. S8/SB7/SM8 Anna Eames Golden Valley, Minn. S10/SB9/SM10 Alyssa Gialamas Naperville, Ill. S5/SB5/SM5 Sophia Herzog Fairplay, Colo. S6/SB6/SM6 Anna Johannes Alexandria, Va. S9/SB8/SM9 Letticia Martinez Las Cruces, N.M. S11/SB11/SM11 Noga Nir-Kistler Allentown, Pa. S6/SB5/SM6 Nelya Schasfoort Avon Lake, Ohio S7/SB7/SM7 Mallory Weggemann Eagan, Minn. S8/SB7/SM9 Men Evan Austin Terre Haute, Ind. S8/SB7/SM8 Cody Bureau Latrobe, Pa. S9/SB9/SM9 Michael DeMarco San Diego, Calif. S3/SB2/SM3 Ryan Duemler Chesterfield, Mo. S8/SB7/SM8 Rudy Garcia-Tolson Bloomington, Calif. S8/SB7/SM7 USA Paralympics contributed this report. 18 Shares ...

Jan 8, 2016

AROUND TOWN: 2015 Colorado Springs Debutantes presented

Emi graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School and attends the University of Denver. Alena Carlanne Marrese, daughter of Thomas Joseph Marrese of Castle Rock and Wynetta Pauline Massey of Colorado Springs and granddaughter of the late Michael and Anne Marrese and Donald and Avis Massey of Independence, Mo. Alena graduated from Palmer High School and attends Truman State University. Anna Grace McBroom, daughter of Christopher Edward McBroom and Carol McBroom and granddaughter of Robert and Patsy McBroom of Fairhope, Ala., and the late Louis and Doris Pejza. Anna graduated from Pine Creek High School and attends Youth with a Mission Worship Discipleship Training School in New Zealand. Molly Rose Guiyun Merkert, daughter of George L. Merkert, III, of Los Angeles, and Lila Rioth and granddaughter of Ruth Merkert of Colorado Springs and the late Dr. George Merkert Jr., and the late Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rioth. Molly graduated from Palmer High School and attends Colorado College. Molly Marie Montoya, daughter of Don Ray and Amy Johnson and granddaughter of Chesley Johnson of Leander, Texas, and Betty Johnson of Colorado Springs and the late Kenneth and Dolores Ochs. Molly graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School and attends Western State University. Madison Paige "Maddee" Morley, daughter of James and Robin Morley and granddaughter of the late Herbert and Elizabeth Morley and Peter and Barbara Foster of Colorado Springs. Maddee graduated from The Colorado Springs School and attends Baylor University. Peyton Reese Nelson, daughter of David Dean and Dayna Nelson and granddaughter of Judy Bauer of Leland, N.C., and the late Jack Nelson, and James Gorman of Evergreen and Vandra Prey of Arvada. Peyton graduated from Pine Creek High School and attends San Diego State University. Lauren Cecilia Paul, daughter of Stephen Jon Paul and Dr. Amy Katherine Curran and granddaughter of Stephen and Anna Paul of Denver and the late Laurence Jr., and Rita Curran. Lauren graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School and attends Chapman University. Regan Celeste Pinello, daughter of Andrew Berndt and Allison Pinello and granddaughter of Anetka Pinello of Calhan and the late RL Pinello and Roy and DeAnna Berg of Colorado Springs. Regan graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School and attends the University of Colorado at Boulder College of Music. Nataya Cathryn Fengyan Stepleton, daughter of Jon Elliott and Tamra Stepleton and granddaughter of the late Merlin and Margaret Stepleton and the late Marvin and Iris Renzelman. Nataya graduated from The Colorado Springs School and attends The College of Idaho. Shelby Irene Wielgus, daughter of Charles Jr., and Nancy Wielgus and granddaughter of Irene Wielgus and the late Charles Wielgus of Larchmont, N.Y., and Grace Maud of Las Cruces, N.M., and the late Jerry Gipson. Shelby graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School and attends Elon University. (Colorado Springs Gazette)

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