Florists in Avondale, AZ
Find local Avondale, Arizona florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Avondale 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.
Avondale Flower Shops
703 E Western Ave
Avondale, AZ 85323
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Mar 19, 2020
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Pecan Cake with Maple Whipped Cream featuring Burton’s Maple Syrup
Wild Heaven Beer Session Citrus Lager, Avondale Estates, GA
The Duck-Rabbit Craft Brewery Amber Ale, Farmville, NC
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Seared Scallops with French Green Beans, Butter Potatoes, Brown Butter Vinaigrette and Apple-wood Smoked Bacon (GF)
Beef Tenderloin Tips, Mushroom Bordelaise Sauce, Whipped Potatoes with Garden Vegetables (KA)
Griddled Maple Pound... Aug 22, 2019
Former Kirkland deputy mayor Doreen Marchione dies at 80 - Kirkland Reporter
In the city release, Hopelink CEO Lauren Thomas said Marchione was instrumental in developing Hopelink’s Avondale Park housing facility. It bears her name today, leaving a legacy that “holds local families in her arms,” Thomas said.
“She was so much more than a great leader. Doreen was a mentor, and a fierce advocate for those in need; a caring, passionate woman who wore her heart on her sleeve and lived her commitment to our community every single day,” Thomas said in the release. “She will be deeply missed, and her passion will be carried forward through the lives of her family, friends, and Hopelink family.”
Marchione also served on multiple regional boards and committees, including 15 years on the Seattle University College of Arts and Sciences Leadership Council, State Transportation Improvement Board, Commissioner of King County Housing Authority, president of the Washington State Association of Community Agencies, and board member of the Kirkland Performance Center.
“Doreen was a true force of nature in our region,” said Joan McBride, former Washington state representative for the 48th Legislative District, in the release. “Befriending and mentoring countless women on the Eastside, Doreen set the example of collegiality and dignity that exemplifies the best in an elected official. May her legacy of commitment to the community, zeal for justice, and dedication to the precepts of good government live on.”
Marchione is mother to current Redmond Mayor John Marchione.
A funeral mass will be held at 11 a.m. on Aug. 2 at Holy Family Catholic Church in Kirkland. Friends are invited to view photos and share memories in the family’s online guest book at www.flintofts.com.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Doreen’s name to Hopelink or the Kirkland Performance Center.
Doreen Marchione is survived by her four sons, John, Paul (Grainne), Michael (Christina) and David, and four grandchildren, Andrew, Maria, Sofia and Daniel. She is also survived by her significant other, Robert Caldwell and her brother, John Foster.
... Aug 10, 2017
Police looking for suspect who used flowers to gain access to retirement facility
Investigators say the burglar hit The Brightview Avondale facility Friday. Four separate residents were robbed and the suspect got away with about $100,000 in valuables."When they got down there they started talking to residents of the facility and they found out that four different rooms had been burglarized," said Major William Davis of the Harford County Sheriff's Office.Video from the facility released by the sheriff's office shows the suspect casually walking in carrying flowers, but this was no petty theft."Someone came in from outside and went inside and stole property to the tune of about $87,000-$100,000," Davis said.Those that run the facility say they have state of the art security and this is not something that happens on their property. Investigators think the man in the video may have used the flowers as a cover to gain access."He walks into the facility we believe that it's possibly a rouse that people would think that he belonged and that he was going to visit somebody, carrying flowers to take to his loved one," said Davis.As detectives search for their victim, they're urg... (ABC2 News)Feb 9, 2017
Thursday Morning Weather
Otero County, and Crowley County. This includes Colorado Springs, Fountain, Monument, Black Forest, Calhan, Pueblo, Pueblo West, Avondale, Walsenburg, Trinidad, Aguilar, La Junta, Rocky Ford, Olney Springs, and Ordway. A Red Flag Warning means weather conditions are favorable for fires to start and spread rapidly and uncont...
A Red Flag Warning is in effect until 6 PM today for El Paso County, Pueblo County, Huerfano County east of the mountains, Las Animas County east of the mountains, Otero County, and Crowley County. This includes Colorado Springs, Fountain, Monument, Black Forest, Calhan, Pueblo, Pueblo West, Avondale, Walsenburg, Trinidad, Aguilar, La Junta, Rocky Ford, Olney Springs, and Ordway. A Red Flag Warning means weather conditions are favorable for fires to start and spread rapidly and uncont...
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Glendale family of slain Xbox teen 'absolutely devastated'
Navarro, who thought he had arranged to sell an Xbox gaming console through an online service, was shot in the back Sunday, and an Avondale man has been arrested in connection with his death.
Among other relatives, Navarro leaves behind a younger sister, a little girl who hasn’t quite grasped that “her hero” is gone, Viniegra said. He was the man in the family, always looking out for his loved ones.
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He was very respectful and never got into trouble, Viniegra said. Most of Navarro's time was spent playing video games, she said, letting out a small laugh.
“I would say, ‘Mijo, you’re going to kill your brain cells.’"
But she said Navarro was a smart kid, and his gaming talent was obvious. (azcentral.com)Feb 3, 2016
Tuesday, Jan. 19 high school basketball results
Salem 45, South Lyon 38: Kyle Winfrey scored 11 points for Salem (7-3). Nick Flynn scored 17 points for South Lyon (1-9).
Pontiac 47, Auburn Hills Avondale 35: Jalen Kelso led with 11 points, seven assists and five steals for Pontiac (9-1). David Wilson scored nine points. Avondale is 4-5.
Rochester Hills Stoney Creek 76, Lake Orion 71: John Paul Sinacola scored 27 points (including six three-point shots), Ben Reiter scored 25 and Spencer Holloman scored 13 for Stoney Creek (8-1). David Gomez scored 20 points for Lake Orion (4-5).
Southfield Christian 82, Southfield 79: Marlow Brown had 19 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists, Bryce Washington scored 23 points, Brock Washington scored 14 points and Richard Fegan had 10 points and 10 assists for Christian (8-1). Michael Flowers scored 26 points for Southfield (4-4).
St. Clair 56, Warren Lincoln 48: Deangelo White had a huge game on the glass with nine points and 17 rebounds for Lincoln (4-3). Lavon Moore scored 11 points. Ben Davidson scored 20 points for St. Clair (4-3) while Buddy Brasky scored 13 points.
St. Claire Shores Lakeview 54, Sterling Heights 52: Anthony Milieello led with 16 points for Lakeview (3-5). Joe Charrette scored 12 points. Shawn Kama scored 15 points for Sterling Heights (2-7).
Taylor Kennedy 44, Southgate Anderson 37: Masceo Anderson scored 18 points for Kennedy (7-2) while Chuck Pritchett added 12 points. Alex Leija scored 12 points for Anderson (0-8). Jace Matkin scored 10 points.
U-D Jesuit 77, Novi Detroit Catholic Central 56: Cassius Winston led with 19 points for Jesuit (11-0). Ike Eke added 17 points while Greg Eboiteodin scored 14 points. Teo Tenrich led Central (5-2) with 18 points.
Walled Lake Central 60, White Lake Lakeland 30: Walter Kelser scored 17 points and Rumako Ziegler scored nine for Walled Lake (8-2). Kyle Soderbery scored five for White Lake (8-2).
Belleville 62, Monroe 39: Katelyn Sherwood scored 24 points and Victoria Perez scored 15 for Belleville (8-2). Mikayla Taylor scored 20 points for Monroe.
Brighton 53, Milford 31: Julianna Pietila scored 15 points and Beth Dziekan scored 14 for Brighton. Mallory Barrett scored 10 points and Hannah Paulczak scored eight for Milford.
Detroit Collegiate Prep Northwestern 54, Detroit Westside Academy 39: Erica Smith had a huge game with 28 points for Northwestern (7-1). Unique Edwards scored 12 points and 11 rebounds. Westside Academy is 2-6.
Detroit Denby 46, Detroit Aerospace 9: Caprice Brown had a huge game with 25 points for Denby (7-2).
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Detroit Edison 55, Oak Park 44: Rickea Jackson scored 27 points and 12 rebounds for Edison (5-4). Orthea Humphries added 20 points. Kadijah Lucas scored 16 points for Oak Park.
Detroit Renaissance 53, Mumford 46: Siyeh Frazier led with 19 points for Renaissance (11-2). Nina Reynolds added 12 points. DeAnna Fletcher scored 12 points for Mumford (6-2).
Detroit Southeastern 50, Detroit CMA 16: Jakayla Hollis led with 20 points for Southeastern (8-3) while Keeiona Howse and Erica P... (USA TODAY High School Sports)