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Florists in Corcoran, CA

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Corcoran Flower Shops

Polly Anna's

1031 Whitley Ave
Corcoran, CA 93212
(559) 992-4607

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Sep 19, 2019

Maui Obituary Notices: Week of Sept. 15, 2019 - Maui Now

Christ the King Church. Services are to continue on Saturday, Sept. 28th, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. with Mass to begin at 11 a.m.Owl CorcoranApril 28, 1977 – August 24, 2019Owl Clearmorning Chu Corcoran, 42 of Kea’au, passed away on Aug. 24, 2019. Born on April 28, 1977 in Vancouver, Canada, he was a bartender for Kaleo’s Bar and Grill and a proponent of No Gi Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, a Magalit BJJ purple belt, who rolled locally at The Brave Fitness and Nu Era.He is survived by his wife, Heather Tehani Corcoran of Kea’au; son, Ammaron Cade Corcoran of Kea’au; daughter Kezia Kalila Corcoran of Kea’au; mother, Liane Suemei Chu Corcoran of Kea’au; brothers, Kumar (Fabiola) Laughingspring Chu Corcoran of California, and Mathew Ignace Johnson of Canada; grandmother, Vyolet Lum Chu of California; numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Mar 29, 2019

Mount Vernon Floral Shop Owner ‘Grateful To Be Alive’ After Robbery - CBS Baltimore

I was pretty calm until he told us to get in the closet and there is no reason for him to put us in the closet unless he is going to kill us,” Lauren Corcoran said. “I got in I was like I don’t want to die in this closet right now,” After 10 minutes, he walked out with their purses flung over his shoulder. He ran toward Charles Street and possibly hopped on a bus. This is just one of a recent string of crimes in Mount Vernon that has left people anxious and desperate for change. In December, someone torched several cars on North Charles Street just days before Christmas. Police arrested one suspect. Employees at the floral shop said there have been other robberies in the area. But for this long-time shop owner, she was back at work and counting her blessings. “Then I get on my knees, thank God. It could have ended really bad, and why it didn’t it was God. Gave me another day,” Psoras said. The women were not hurt, police did confirm the incident. Follow @WJZ on Twitter and like WJZ-TV CBS Baltimore on Facebook...

Dec 29, 2017

A gift of thanks reaches Hemet city officials helping a grieving family

Alphoso Wimbley, 55, and nephew Kyan Wimbley, 12, were killed in a tragic traffic accident caused by an alleged drunken driver in Corcoran.Monaco told Grey about putting a memorial in a community park for her family.“I talked to Sasha, and she wanted it too,” Monaco said.12-08-17-local- City gift of thanks-cphoto-1Hemet Mayor Linda Krupa shares a hug with Sasha Grey during a recent memorial plague installation at Mary Henley Park. Courtesy photo" Hemet Mayor Linda Krupa shares a hug with Sasha Grey during a recent memorial plague installation at Mary Henley Park. Courtesy photo12-08-17-local- City gift of thanks-cphoto-2Hemet Mayor Linda Krupa greets Sylvia Monaco during a recent memorial plague installation at Mary Henley Park. Courtesy photo" Hemet Mayor Linda Krupa greets Sylvia Monaco during a recent memorial plague installation at Mary Henley Park. Courtesy photo12-08-17-local- City gift of thanks-cphoto-3Hemet Mayor Linda Krupa poses for photos with Sylvia Monaco and Curt Wershon during a recent memorial plague installation at Mary Henley Park. Courtesy photo" Hemet Mayor Linda Krupa poses for photos with Sylvia Monaco and Curt Wershon during a recent memorial plague installation at Mary Henley Park. Courtesy photoFrom there Monaco put the wheels into motion by contacting Hemet City Mayor Linda Krupa who made it possible to have city workers install a tree and memorial plaque for the Wimbley family in Mary Henley Park, a place where people jog, barbecue, play games and more, a place full of life, Monaco said.Krupa pushed the approval through for the tree and memorial plaque, Monaco said, even though the Wimbley family did not live in the city because they have a large contingent of their family living in Hemet. Krupa, Grey, the Wal-Mart Superstore manager and management team, associates and other members of the immediate family attended the memorial placement in ceremonies a few days before Thanksgiving.Krupa spoke, pointed to Monaco and said, “She pushed us, and she changed city policy. The next time we have a family who needs us, we are ready,” and thanked her.H... (Valley News)

Jul 27, 2017

Woman accused of stealing flowers from graves gets jail time

Image 1of/1CaptionCloseImage 1 of 1FILE - This file photo provided by the Genesee County Sheriff's Department in Flint, Mich., shows Lisa Corcoran, of Vienna Township, who is accused of stealing a handmade bench, flowers and other objects from local cemeteries that were later used to decorate her home. A judge in Flint sentenced Corcoran on Monday, July 24, 2017, to nine months in jail, with credit for 36 days already served. (Genesee County Sheriff's Department via AP, File) lessFILE - This file photo provided by the Genesee County Sheriff's Department in Flint, Mich., shows Lisa Corcoran, of Vienna Township, who is accused of stealing a handmade bench, flowers and other objects from ... more Photo: AP Woman accused of stealing flowers from graves gets jail timeBack to GalleryFLINT, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan woman accused of stealing flowers from local cemeteries that authorities say she used to decorate her home has been sentenced to jail.A judge in Flint sentenced Lisa Corcoran of Vienna Township on Monday to nine months in jail, with credit for 36 days already served. The Flint Jo... (Online Athens)

Jun 29, 2017

The new look in floral arrangements: wilder, seasonal, local

It was initially a trendy thing, but now it’s just the way things are done. It really goes hand in hand with the food movement,” said Barbara Corcoran, vice president of education at the New York Botanical Garden. The garden’s curriculum of courses has been modified over the past two years to adapt to the change in approach.Just as foodies have gravitated toward organic and locally grown foods, so floral designers and growers are spreading the gospel of seasonal and even foraged blooms, through workshops, books and blogs.“There’s a revolution taking place. Farmers are connecting with florists, and designers with farmers. And a lot of designers are starting to grow their own flowers. We’re still on the front end of the big upswing in seasonal, foraged and locally sourced flowers,” said flower farmer and designer Erin Benzakein, whose Floret Farm is in Mount Vernon, Washington, about an hour north of Seattle.The trend toward local and seasonal flowers has really taken off in the last couple of years, she said.“We’ve slowly created a global web of people doing this, and we’re finding that everybody now seems to be looking for roadside weeds, grandmother flowers — there’s a real desire for something real and local,” says Benzakein, who gives workshops and has written a new book, “Floret Farm’s Cut Flower Garden: Grow, Harvest, and Arrange Stunning Seasonal Blooms” (Chronicle Books). The book is co-authored by Julie Chai, with photos by Michele M. Waite.Another new book on the subject, “In Full Flower: Inspired Designs by Floral’s New Creatives” (Rizzoli) by Gemma and Andrew Ingalls, features the work of two dozen of the movement’s ... (Santa Cruz Sentinel)

Jun 22, 2017

Police say woman stole flowers from cemetery graves

June 1, 2017 Image 1of/1CaptionCloseImage 1 of 1This photo provided by the Genesee County Sheriff's Department in Flint, Mich., shows Lisa Corcoran, of Vienna Township, who is accused of stealing a handmade bench, flowers and other objects from local cemeteries that were later used to decorate her home. Corcoran was arraigned Wednesday, May 31, 2017, on a larceny charge. (Genesee County Sheriff's Department via AP) lessThis photo provided by the Genesee County Sheriff's Department in Flint, Mich., shows Lisa Corcoran, of Vienna Township, who is accused of stealing a handmade bench, flowers and other objects from local ... more Photo: AP Police say woman stole flowers from cemetery gravesBack to GalleryVIENNA TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan woman is accused of stealing a handmade bench, flowers and other objects from local cemeteries that were later used to decorate her home.Lisa Corcoran of Vienna Township was arraigned Wednesday on a larceny charge.Authorities say more than 100 items were taken earlier this year from 24 gravesites at two cemeteries.Genesee County Sherif... (Newcanaannewsonline)