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Order flowers and gifts from Novedades Lupita Flower Shop located in Modesto CA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 1649 Crows Landing Rd, Modesto California 95358 Zip. The phone number is (209) 538-8986. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Novedades Lupita Flower Shop in Modesto CA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Novedades Lupita Flower Shop delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Jan 4, 2020

These trees offer the most colorful leaves in the fall for Southern California gardeners - OCRegister

December in Los Angeles — leaf color change will be less vivid than when we are visited by colder weather during these months. Ginkgo biloba, Modesto ash (Fraxinus velutina cv. Modesto), and Lombardy poplar (Populus nigra cv. italica) are three trees whose foliage turns brilliant gold this time of year. Ginkgo has a vertical growth habit and charming fan-shaped leaves. Unfortunately, its reputation in some quarters for inhibiting the aging process is a myth. While early studies showed that ginkgo leaf extract did slightly improve cognitive function, subsequent studies have disproven this claim. Ginkgo seeds are edible when roasted – and are considered a delicacy in the Far East — but they can also have toxic side effects. An indisputable drawback to the seeds is the malodorous pulp that surrounds them. However, ginkgos are dioecious, meaning trees are either male or female, with females being the foul-smelling seed bearers so that ginkgo trees purchased in nurseries nowadays are invariably males. Modesto ash, famous for its glittery foliage at this time of year, is susceptible to a variety of insect pests and diseases and, although established specimens are seen quite frequently throughout the Valley, it is not planted much these days. Lombardy poplar is a columnar specimen found locally at Warner Center. It is a perfect candidate for creating a stately entrance planted on either side of a long driveway although its surface roots can eventually be a problem. There are three local trees whose foliage changes to the classic fiery colors associated with the maples of northern climes: crepe myrtle, liquidambar, and Chinese tallow tree (Sapium sebiferum), whose luminescent foliage makes it the most memorable of local trees that turn color during this season. Take care, however, not to plant tallow tree adjacent to a side...

Sep 19, 2019

David Casper, longtime Baldwin Park cross country and track coach, dies - The San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Casper served as a medic in the United States Army and later was given his first cross country and track coaching job at Modesto High. Casper and his family moved to Baldwin Park in 1962, where he taught electronics and math and coached the cross country and track teams. He retired in 1995 and took up photography, which kept him involved in sports long after his coaching career ended. The Casper family is asking those who wish contribute in his name to donate to the Baldwin Park Cross County team, to Mt. SAC Athletics for a memorial to be placed under the stadium or flowers at Sunday’s Celebration of Life.

Apr 27, 2019

1-800-FLOWERS.COM® Introduces 2019 Local Artisan Collection - The 11 florists whose designs are showcased in the 2019 Local Artisan Collection are: Breanna Cartwright: Fresh Ideas Flower Company, Modesto, CABreanna's love affair with flowers began when she took a floriculture class in high school. Now, as an accomplished floral designer for more than 16 years, she has created four arrangements for the 2019 Local Artisan Collection: Spring Surprise Bouquet™, Always On My Mind™ Flower Bouquet, Vibrant Floral Medley™ and Enchanting Unicorn™. Develyn Reed: Achara Florist, Stafford, VA Develyn's hidden talent as a floral designer was discovered when she was working as a part-time sales associate in a local shop. Now, as head designer and store manager of the shop, her amazing creations are well-known throughout the local area. Develyn's featured arrangements are Mother's Embrace™ and Sensational Spring Beauty™. Tricia Smith: Twinbrook Floral Design, Fairfax, VAWhen she was about 12 years old, Tricia would help her mom as she created wedding flowers from their home. This experience helped her land her first job at a florist when she was 15, and her career blossomed from there. Today, Tricia owns her own floral shop together with her husband – in fact, he proposed to her there. Tricia designed the Floral Treasures Bouquet™. Ann Marie Pierce: Imperial Florist, Baldwin, NYA veteran of the floral industry, Ann Marie has owned and operated her current shop for nearly 30 years. She has a thriving wedding flower business, the result of her many enthusiastic referrals. Her designs are Splendid & Sweet™ and Sunburst Bouquet™. Ashlee Roberson: Simply Roses, Ormond Beach, FLAshlee's parents opened their shop almost 30 years ago, when she was six. Today, she is the owner and head designer of the family-owned shop, where she enjoys working alongside her mother and sister. Ashlee's featured design is the Vibrant Gem Bouquet™. Jackie Lacey: Floriology® Institute, Jacksonville, FLA highly-accredited and award-winning floral designer, Jackie's industry experience spans 32 years. A former retail florist, today Jackie serves as Director of Education and Industry Relations for the Floriology Institute, where he shares his passion for floral design with florists across the country. His creation is the Modern Rose & Gerbera Daisy Bouquet. Margaret Fleegal: Twinbrook Floral Design, Fairfax, VAMargaret began her floral career in the mass market industry, where she discovered a desire to create her own designs. She began to learn everything she could about the business and worked to develop her own unique style, eventually opening her own shop nearly 25 years ago. Margaret's design is Sunset Passion™. Matthew Wohlfahrt: Floral Concepts, Houston, TXMatt's love of flowers was instilled in him by his maternal grandmother, a certified green thumb. After graduating from North Texas Unive...

Mar 2, 2017

Feb. 26-27: Pacific Orchid and Garden Exposition, Balboa Theatre Oscars Party, You're Dead to Me Oscars Party, Andy ...

Nigerian percussionist Babatunde Olatunji. [8 p.m., Hotel Utah, 500 Fourth St., S.F.] Grandaddy: The indie rockers from Modesto headline the sold-out, closing Noise Pop show; openers include Minihorse, N.Lannon and Goon. [7:30 p.m., Bimbo’s 365 Club, 1025 Columbus Ave., S.F.] Bernal Hill Players: The flute, clarinet, cello and piano quartet celebrates the release of the CD “Neighborhoods of Mexico City,” which marks the culmination of a sister city project of newly commissioned works by Bay Area and Mexico City composers. [4 p.m., Old First Church, 1751 Sacramento St., S.F.] Unitarian Universalist Sunday Forum: Local Unitarian Universalists Liduina Van Nes and Barbara Grob share comments about the women’s march on Washington the day after the presidential Inauguration. [9:30 a.m., First Unitarian Universalist Society, 1187 Franklin St., S.F.]MONDAY, FEB. 27Norma Jeane: Scene with ShyBot: The installation created by an Italian artist and engineers, described as an “experiment that connects visitors to The Lab with a robot wandering the desert,” opens with a reception. [5:30 p.m., The Lab, 2948 16th St., S.F.]Lisa Loomer: Berkeley Rep hosts the playwright of “Roe,” about Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 case that legalized abortion, in one of a series of free talks offered in connection with its production of the show. [7 p.m., Peet’s Theatre, 2025 Addison St., Berkeley]You Betta Work Comedy ¡Fiesta!: The evening, presented by Jesús U. BettaWork and Dragon Theatre’s Monday Night Play Space, features a diverse lineup of Bay Area comedians. [7:30 p.m., 2120 Broadway, Redwood City]Rough Readings Series: The Playwrights Foundation presentation focusing on early drafts of new works introduces Iranian American writer Novid Parsi’s ”Our Mother’s Meal, which deals with the question: “What’s an Iranian mom in East Texas to do? [7:30 p.m., Roble Hall, 374 Santa Teresa St., Stanford University]Trump’s First 100 Days-Part One: News and political analysts including KQED’s Scott Shafer discuss the president’s 100-day action plan’s impact on domestic and foreign affairs, health care, education, environment, immigration, economic and trade policies. [6:30 p.m., Commonwealth Club , 555 Post St., S.F.]Eat Like a Chef, Drink Like a Somm Series: The dinner offering features dishes and drinks by Tosca Cafe chef Josh Even and wine director Ceri Smith. [6 p.m.,Ston... (San Francisco Examiner)

Jul 14, 2016

John Cleese delivers for Random Acts of Flowers

Modesto Tico Valle is the CEO of the Center on Halsted welcomed Cleese and his flowers, along with Joanie Bayhack of Wilmette, executive director of RAF and Brooke MacLean of Lake Forest, RAF Chicago's Board chairman. More information at or call 847-430-4751. Recommended article from Most Labour MPs in the UK Are Revolting. (Chicago Tribune)

Jul 14, 2016

Mass for St. Patrick's pastor set for Friday

Mary, Martha, Marie, and Louise.In lieu of flowers, memorials or special thanks can be sent to The Sisters of the Cross, 1320 Maze Blvd., Modesto, CA 95351.Father Carota started the Traditional Latin Mass on Sundays at 6:30 a.m. five years after he became pastor at St. Patrick’s. After he left four years ago to start his sabbatical to fulfill a lifelong dream of starting a Catholic church television station that would air the Latin Mass every day, he began posting his blog, Traditional Catholic Priest, until his illness. A friend kept the blog running when he became too ill to continue. While at St. Patrick’s, he also hosted a radio program in Spanish out of Stockton.Ordained on May 24, 1997, Father Carota attended Mount Angel Seminary in Oregon. Prior to his assignment at St. Patrick’s, he served as assistant pastor at St. George Parish in Stockton, St. Jude Parish in Ceres, Our Lady of Fatima in Modesto, and St. Catherine of Sienna in Phoenix, Arizona. For many years, he also did missionary work in Malinasco, Mexico. At St. Patrick’s in Ripon, he built the Chapel of the Holy Angels next to the rectory “through prayer, sacrifice and the help of the (parish) community.” Under his watch, the parish also purchased the 22-acre property next to the chapel in anticipation of the church’s future expansion, or when Highway 120 would be widened thereby affecting the present church building.Father Carota attended Watsonville High School and graduated from Carleton University in Canada. Prior to entering the seminary as a late vocation, he was a successful Realtor in Santa Cruz. He also served as a missionary in Brazil. While living in Santa Cruz, he started the St. Francis Catholic Soup Kitchen as well as Jesus, Mary, and Joseph Housing Shelter. It was his work with the poor which planted the seed for his late vocation, he said in an interview with the Manteca Bulletin shortly before his sabbatical. As a volunteer, he was often mistaken as a priest by many of the people he met and served.One website described Father Carota as “a good priest and shepherd of his flock that sacrificed his life for the poor, the sick and the marginalized.” Recommended article from Most Labour MPs in the UK Are Revolting. (Manteca Bulletin)


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