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Nov 9, 2019

Erin Krakow of ‘When Calls the Heart’ has joyful reasons to offer hearts and flowers - Blasting News United States

Nadia since they broke the news of their engagement last week. The Australian actor made the difficult choice, to leave his role as Mountie Jack Thornton on the drama, after Season 5 and has drawn closer to his lady love through their extensive and enjoyable travels, this past year.Co-star, Andrea Brooks, who plays nurse, Faith Carter on “When Calls the Heart,” has a beautiful, big baby bump to celebrate, and rich love, on-screen and off. Erin Krakow shared a glimpse of the beautiful festivities for Andrea in her social media feed, with Brooks proudly showing off her motherhood, with a gold “Baby” sign and blue flowers on display. Other costars, including Kevin McGarry, who portrays Mountie Nathan Grant, surrounded the expectant Brooks, beaming with joy. Brooks celebrated her maternity with a breathtaking photoshoot in early October. So fun celebrating mama to be @AndreaKBrooks today!@kevin_mcGarry@b3nros3 @BGregusova @imKaylaWallace @ChrisMcNally_ & @JoNewmarch - sorry you missed the photo!— Erin Krakow (@erinkrakow) November 2, 2019Andrea unabashedly is already in the Christmas mood, sharing on her social media that she has been enjoying eggnog “since late October.” Mommies to-be are allowed certain indulgences. A flower, flowing with supportPaul Greene is Dr. Carson Shepherd on “When Calls the Heart,” and the dedicated doctor is head over heels in love with his nurse on the drama. The couple made their devotion publicly clear with a passionate kiss on the streets of Hope Valley in Season 6.Paul Greene will also be part of the ChristmasCon cavalcade of Hallmark network stars over this coming weekend, and sometimes, it takes more than medicine to lift the heart from sadness.Sending some ?????? to anyone who needs it!— Erin Krakow (@erinkrakow) November 4, 2019Erin Krakow shared a blossom, from the view of her own camera, to give a boost of love “to anyone who needs it,” as she captioned on November 4. The flood of responses and gratitude sent the caring right back to the star. No matter where Erin is, the brunette beauty of “When Calls the Heart” wears her heart on her sleeve. Don't miss our page on Facebook! © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED div class="bo...

Nov 15, 2018

Adoption Day Celebrated November 15th

DCP&P), the Monmouth County Surrogate's Office, the Monmouth Bar Association, and Court Appointed Special Advocates. Assignment Judge Lisa P. Thornton and Judge Sheedy, who presides over the vicinage's family division, will give remarks. Members of an adoptive family will be keynote speakers. Refreshments will be served to the families and vicinage staff will dress in children's character costumes. The families will receive photos, flowers for the parents and gifts for the children. Information about the adoption process will be available. Attendees also will be able to speak with staff from the surrogate's office and DCP&P about adopting children in foster care. For more information about becoming a licensed foster/adoptive parent, call 1-877-NJFOSTER.

Oct 26, 2018

Wild Roses Foundation's 2-day dance workshop was knee-slappin' good time

River Walk Center in Fort Pierce. The two-day dance extravaganza featured headliners Patrick Fleming, Trevor Thornton, Jonno Liberman and Cody Flowers, plus a host of other professional instructors, some even flown in from as far away as California. "Our goal is to bring the best of the best to the local area," said Board President Wendie Smith. "Next year, we are bringing Shane McKeever, an instructor from Ireland." In addition to stepping left, hitching right, making three-quarter spiral hooks and other carefully choreographed moves to fabulous tunes, attendees also enjoyed two fun-filled evening socials. Sponsored by Jim Maynard of Auto Insurance World, proceeds of the workshop benefit the Wild Roses Foundation, formed in 2014, and this year's selected charity K-Step 4 Kids which, according to its website, "Supports child health-care research through The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital (in Ohio)." Because Smith also will participate in the upcoming Celebrity Bartender event for the local nonprofit Family Meals, a tip cup also was strategically placed at the sign-in desk. Rose Buds & Country Studs delivered many moments of celebration, but none as surprising as the marriage proposal by Ben Wilkinson to Wild Rose Foundation Board Secretary Katy Stalnaker. Stalnaker, who in 2013 survived a 28-day medically induced coma following a car accident that shattered her pelvis and caused a multitude of other injuries, can and will dance at her wedding as she said yes! ...

Jun 14, 2018

Volunteers plant 500 flowers in York

People who live downtown, they walk, they see the flowers," said Shirley Thornton, a member of the garden club. "They say it brightens their day."Volunteers are needed to place mulch in tree wells and pick up trash in June. Contact Downtown Inc if you're interested in helping.

Jun 14, 2018

Photographers challenged to capture Thornton Hall flowers and history for new competition

Chris Lloyd tells how to win afternoon tea in the picturesque gardens of a beautiful and historic hall THE NORTHERN ECHO has teamed up with Thornton Hall gardens, on the outskirts of Darlington, to run a photography competition over the first half of the summer. Thornton Hall is a remarkable 16th Century farmhouse two miles outside Darlington where the formal gardens got lost over the centuries and under the hooves of livestock. However, resident Sue Manners has spent the last 30 years rediscovering the walled gardens with their raised beds leading up to a belvedere, and she has added new features like a waterfall and a wildlife pond, so that now they are one of the finest of their kind in the region. She opens on Wednesdays in June and July until harvesting takes up all of her family's time. Homemade lunches and afternoon teas are available from one of the outhouses, and all proceeds from the £7 admission charge going to charity. This year, Thornton Hall is supporting the air ambulance, and Alzheimer's and prostate cancer research. Photographers are invited to enter their pictures taken at Thornton H...

May 24, 2018

Brandon remembers: The origins of a Memorial Day tradition

Knapp said, many of the girls bring bouquets of bleeding hearts. Some girls carry flags, which are left at the memorial as well. Kevin Thornton, of Brandon, a historian and documentary filmmaker, uncovered what he believes are the origins of the touching ceremony while doing research for his film, "Death in the Wilderness: A Love Story." The film is about the devotion of a Brandon wife for her dead husband, a Union captain in the Civil War who was killed May 5, 1864, during the Battle of the Wilderness, and her efforts to keep his sacrifice and the sacrifice of others from being forgotten. Girls in white dresses carry flowers in the 2013 Brandon Memorial Day Parade. This year's parade, taking a different route, will be held Saturday. (File Photo by Bernie Carr) Thornton said it took "years and years to piece the story together," and said he is sure the tradition started with Frankie Davenport, the young widow who was determined to retrieve her husband's body from its shallow grave in a Virginia cornfield and return it to Brandon. She succeeded, bringing back Capt. George Davenport's body, as well as that of his best friend, who died in the same battle. Frankie Davenport was involved in the Brandon Citizens and Soldiers Association, which was formed in 1875 to make sure the town remembered its lost soldiers, Thornton said. The organization lasted until the 1940s. "Frankie was a mainstay in that, and she is listed pretty much every year as the chairwoman of the flower committee," Thornton said. "She was in charge of the flowers. I can't prove it, but it seems very obvious that she would have organized the flower girls." Thornton, whose movie will air Thursday night on Vermont Public Television, said when he moved to Brandon in 2000 he was taken by the town's Memorial Day ceremonies and watched the young girls surrounding the monument with flowers. "It just looked Victorian," he said. He said the earliest proof he can find of the flower girl tradition is 1902, based on Memorial Day programs at the Brandon Historical Society. Knapp, he said, "knew more than anybody." As far as Thornton and Knapp know, the flower girl ceremony is now unique in Vermont, although it may not have always been that way. One photograph of a group of young girls in white, joined by older women in white and boys in suits all standing on the steps of the Brandon Congregational Church, could have been on Memorial Day, Thornton said, but he isn't sure. He said the use of children during Memorial Day ceremonies was common in the late 19th and early 20th century. "It was a Victorian thing to do to use children in a ceremony, and in 1890, as veterans s...


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