Florists in Boyle, AB
Find local Boyle, Alberta florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Boyle 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.
Boyle Flower Shops
5407 Railway Ave
Boyle, AB T0A0M0
Boyle AB News
Jan 4, 2020
Deaths in Leitrim - Friday, December 6, 2019 - Leitrim Observer
Funeral Mass on Saturday at 11.00am. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.
Jackie Flynn, Fortwilliam, Greatmeadow, Boyle, RoscommonPeacefully at Sligo University Hospital. Sadly missed by his Loving wife Catherine, daughter Marie (Hogan), sons James and John, daughters-in-law Carmel and Majella, son-in-law Patrick, grandchildren Aaron, Kyle, Daryl, Dillon, Danielle, Amy, Jessica and Georgina, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives, friends and neighbours. Reposing at the residence of his son James, Greatmeadow, Boyle on Friday, the 6th December, from 4.30pm until 7pm, arriving to St. Joseph's Church, Boyle at 8pm. Mass of Christian burial on Saturday, 7th, at 1.30pm. Funeral afterwards to Assylinn Cemetery, Boyle. Family Home private please.
Paddy McGloin, Cloone, Kinlough, Leitrim
Peacefully at his late residence. Funeral Mass on Friday at 1:30pm at St. Aidan's Church, Kinlough, followed by burial afterwards in St. Aidan's Cemetery. Family flowers only. Donations in lieu of flowers to the Society of St Vincent De Paul care of Gilmartins Undertakers or any family member.
Sr. Carmel McEnroy, Ballyloughane Road, Renmore, Galway / Ballinamore, Leitrim
(6 Teaghlach Mhuire, Ballyloughane Road, Renmore, Galway), formerly Carrrickmakeegan, Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim, Convents of Mercy, Ballymahon, Co. Longford, and Columbia, Missouri. Surrounded by family and friends, December 3rd, 2019, (peacefully) at Brampton Care Nursing Home, Oranmore. Predeceased by her sisters Bernadette, Sr. Gabriel and brother Ignatius. Deeply regretted and sadly missed by her sisters, ... Nov 9, 2019
Columbia Sportswear's 'Tough Mother' Gert Boyle dies at 95 - KTVZ
Gert Boyle, Columbia Sportswear's board chairman and long-time matriarch (Submitted photo) Gert Boyle, Columbia Sportswear's board chairman and long-time matriarch (Submitted photo) PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Gert Boyle, the colorful chairwoman of Portland-based Columbia Sportswear Co. who starred in ads proclaiming her as "One Tough Mother," died Sunday. She was 95.Company spokeswoman Mary Ellen Glynn did not disclose the cause of death. Boyle, who was chairwoman of the company board of directors, died at a Portland assisted living facility, Glynn said.Boyle took over the small outdoor clothing company in 1970, after her husband died from a heart attack. At the time, she was a 46-year-old housewife and mother of three, with no real business experience. But she helped build the struggling company into a national brand and retailer."Early to bed, early to rise, work like hell and advertise," Boyle often said, among other pet phrases.It was her role in an advertisin... May 31, 2019
Sumter's Iris Festival events begin Thursday with Taste at the Gardens - Sumter Item
The kids' area will also feature a mechanical ride, a rock wall and bungee jumps this year.
Additionally, there will be a flower show in the Alice Boyle Garden Center and gardening ideas and materials for plant lovers in the Bland Gardens - on the gazebo side of the gardens. Gardeners will again be able to purchase a wide variety of plants.
Kennedy said each year the festival tries to highlight a local artist. This year, it will be Michael Duffy of Sumter. Duffy specializes in sculptures, and his work will be featured each day in the Bland Gardens.
Saturday brings the Shrine Day Parade with many units, including bands, clowns and a float carrying the festival's kings and queens.
Prisma Health Tuomey Community Health Initiatives will also provide free screenings for adults.
An extensive food court and the Marketplace - both in the Heath Gardens on the south side - will be open all three days, offering a diverse selection of food, arts and crafts. According to Kennedy, each year the festival features about 125 or more vendors.
Several new vendors have applied to the festival this year, and Kennedy said she expects there will be new artwork for attendees to take in.
Festival-goers can also enjoy free pontoon boat rides - the Iris Festival is the only time they're available - to get a swan's-eye view of the lake and gardens.
Again this year, the Iris Festival will have two car shows - one Saturday and another on Sunday.
Throughout the festival, a variety of entertainment will be presented on several stages.
Kennedy said if there is good weather, the festival can average anywhere from 40,000 to 60,000 attendees.
Admission is free. There is a $5 donation for admission to the Taste at the Gardens for people 13 and older and a charge by individual vendors for food tastings and art purchases. Kennedy said she encourages anyone and everyone to come out for a great show.
"We hope everybody comes out," Kennedy said, "and we're praying for good weather and a lot of blooms."
She said she also wanted to thank the festival's sponsors for their support.
"Without our sponsors, we wouldn't be able to offer all these things for free," Kennedy said. "It's very rare to go to a festival that the kids' area is free. You normally pay. Because of the response from the community and the sponsorships, we are able to offer free entertainment to all those who attend."
... Nov 28, 2018
How Arroyo Grande home captures rainwater to create a lush garden — even during drought - The Tribune
Enter Taylor Boyle and Michael Vogt of Purlieu Landscape Design and Build of San Luis Obispo.
They started with the infrastructure, designing a system of underground pipes and pumps, moving water from the house gutters and drainage system to three 5,000-gallon water tanks at the back of the property.
In the backyard there is a large amount of bedrock that would cause flooding in areas due to lack of drainage. Troughs were cut into the rock to allow water to drain, and French drains were put in place in low-lying areas that might collect water.
Finally, compost and soil was brought in for use in the planting beds. All the areas are now watered by drip line with water pumped from the tanks.
Aug 17, 2018
Kenai debates adding sign to Lawton Acres' Field of Flowers
Airport" text to the council at their April 18 meeting. The council members considered allowing the sign to go up then, but did not after member Mike Boyle objected to the language.
"From my understanding over many years of dealing with the issues of airport land, that's kind of a misnomer," Boyle said at the April meeting. "That land is owned by the city, given to the city in the past for the purpose of supporting the airport. It's not airport-owned land per se… When we talk of issues of transferring or moving titles around for that land, it's a very misunderstood issue. And I'd prefer not to do something like that to make it more misunderstood."
During the 2017 Lawton Acres dispute Boyle had unsuccessfully moved for the city to preserve Lawton Acres as a park after "purchasing" it from its airport obligation by transferring $600,000 from the city general fund to the airport fund.
At Wednesday's meeting it was Navarre who protested the new language, saying the phrase "cooperative effort between Kenai Municipal Airport and the City of Kenai" is confusing "because the city owns the municipal airport."
"I would have liked some different language - like, maybe ‘Brought to you by the city of Kenai and its Municipal Airport,' or something like that," Navarre said.
Boyle disagreed with the sign aesthetically - saying the Field of Flowers is "beautiful in its simplicity" - as well as with its accuracy.
"I think it's a very nice sign, but I don't think it's appropriate," he said. "…Not to be a naysayer, but this was a project of the Beautification Committee, if I understand correctly, and Parks and Rec. It wasn't a project of the Municipal Airport."
The present version of the sign would be 4 feet by 8 feet and mounted on posts to face the Kenai Spur Highway. It would be removable in the winter, when the field is flowerless.
"There aren't any signs that direct the public or make them aware that the Field of Flowers has access, or that it even exists, as you drive along the highway," said council member Henry Knackstedt, who introduced the new proposal on behalf of the Airport Commission.
Council member Bob Molloy said he'd favor a smaller sign facing the Lawton Drive side of the field. The proposed dimensions, he said, are of similar size to a political campaign sign and would "obscure a lot," he said, before successfully moving to refer it to the Beautification Committee.
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... Dec 22, 2016
Winners announced in Town of Blacksburg Holiday Parade
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office
2nd — Lil Leapers LLC
3rd — Cub Scout Pack 152
1st — New River Bicycle Association
2nd — Crystal Boyle
3rd — NRV Jeep Club
Winter Frost Farms Ride-A-Rescue
Blacksburg Chinese School
American Heritage Girls
Submitted by Teresa Davis
... (Roanoke Times)