Florists in Bradenton, FL
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Bradenton Flower Shops
4607 Cortez Rd W
Bradenton, FL 34210
6100 Manatee Ave. W
Bradenton, FL 34209
6216 7Th Ave W
Bradenton, FL 34209
Bradenton FL News
Aug 22, 2019
Frederick Costello Obituary - Lee, MA | The Berkshire Eagle - Legacy.com
Stephanie Kay Bennett. He leaves his siblings and their spouses, Dorinda and Don Moffatt of Vero Beach, FL and John and Sandy Costello of Bradenton, FL. A Liturgy of Christian Burial will be held on Tuesday, August 6th, at 10 AM at St. Mary's Church, 140 Main Street in Lee, MA. Burial will follow in St. Mary's Cemetery, 208 Spring Street in Lee. Visiting hours will be on Monday, August 5th, from 4-6 PM at the Kelly Funeral Home, 3 Main Street in Lee. There will be a Memorial Service for Fred at a date to be determined in Bonita Springs Florida. In lieu of flowers, donations in Fred's memory may be made to the "James V. Costello Scholarship" which supports low-income students at his beloved alma mater: Please send in c/o the Kelly Funeral Home 3 Main Street Lee, MA 01238. If you would like to leave a message of condolence or share pictures with the family, please visit our web site at www.kellyfuneralhome.netPublished in The Berkshire Eagle on Aug. 3, 2019.
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... Dec 22, 2016
Rockledge's Simmons sought constant improvement
It also boosted her toward her eventual repeat as FLORIDA TODAY Girls Track & Field Athlete of the Year.
Also in Bradenton, Simmons ran a 24.28 to finish as the Class 2A runner-up in the 200. Her 4x100 relay squad got faster and faster all year, also finishing second at the state meet with a time of 47.18. Her final state medal came in the triple jump (36-4 1/4), long enough for fourth.
"I wanted to be able to make the most of what I could achieve," she said. "I definitely thought I did everything I set out to do."
While her 20-foot long jump was the one that brought home the gold medal and particularly turned the heads of college coaches, Simmons was most pleased with her sprinting. In part aided by a significant amount of 400-meter work during the year, she set a personal best in the 200 early in the season and established a new Rockledge High record at the end, 23.7 seconds.
"Going into my senior year, my focus was really long jump," she said, but her eventual 23.7 beat the previous Raiders best by a half a second. "It just completely shocked me."
She assured that college scholarship, too. In a month, Simmons will head to Oxford, Miss., and the University of Mississippi.
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Amanda Beach, Distance, Junior, Melbourne CC
Natalie Bress, Distance, Sophomore, Melbourne
Alyssa Carrillo, Field, Senior, Titusville
Julianna Chaput, Field, Senior, Merritt Island
Destiny Charles, Sprints, Freshman, Cocoa
Kylee Cobbs-Marcus, Sprints, Senior, Rockledge
Samantha Folio, Distance, Junior, Holy Trinity
Giana Gayles, Hurdles, Junior, Holy Trinity
Kaitlyn Jensen, Field, Junior, Viera
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Macie Monborne, Hurdles, Junior, Merritt Island
Keosha Sanders, Sprints, Senior, Rockledge
Kaira Simmons, Field, Senior, Rockledge
Terriana Smith, Sprints, Freshman, Rockledge
Skye Zeller, Distance, Senior, Space Coast
Beth Scarborough, Coach, Rockledge
Jakia Alphonse, Soph., Heritage; Ashleigh Asplund, Jr., Heritage; Elizabeth Bacon, Jr., Holy Trinity; Jada Barton, Jr., Astronaut; Taya Britten, Sr., Holy Trinity; Kiara Cadore, Jr., Astronaut; Antionette Flowers, Fr., Palm Bay; Shawnt'a Hoo, Jr., Melbourne CC; Sterling Jenkins, Soph., Rockledge; Olivia Simmons, Jr., Rockledge; Miracle Simon, Sr., Viera; Shelby Smith, Sr., Holy Trinity; Sydney Smith, Sr., Holy Trinity; Sara Towers, Soph., Satellite.
Macoyah Barry, Fr., Heritage... (Florida Today)Nov 9, 2016
Find one-of-a-kind plants, trees at Edison Ford Garden Fest
Everglades Nursery, run by nurseryman James Hendry. The Edisons also made many trips to Reasoner Brothers in Bradenton – a long trip in the early 1900s – to trade plants with other gardeners and reportedly purchased one of everything.
The Forest Bell Creeper or New Guinea Trumpet Vine was the 2016 Edison birthday plant winner. (Photo: Special to The News-Press)
Today, thanks to the local plant growers that travel across Florida selling their specimens at plant festivals, we have access to many of the plants that would have been considered rare when Edison was here. The vendors that will be at the festival grow plants that thrive in Southwest Florida and enjoy helping customers find unusual plants that they can show off in their gardens.
Some plants you might expect to see at the Garden Festival include Tillandsias (air plants) in every shape and form and terrariums; succulents that are drought tolerant, easy to care for and do fantastic in pots; and the Tecomanthedendrophila or Forest Bell Creeper Vine, which was selected as the 2016 Edison Birthday Plant competition winner for its attention-grabbing, long, drooping, pink trumpet flowers (it’s planted on a large trellis near the Edison Seminole Lodge).
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If you are thinking of starting an edible garden, you might want to try one of the different varieties of avocado, mango or other fruit trees. This is also a fantastic time of the year to start growing herbs and vegetables and there will be plenty available for sale.
Plants can also brighten up your indoor space. If you live in a condo or need a plant for the office, there will be many African violets and orchids to select from. Palms, Heliconias, Gingers and Bromelaids are excellent choices for giving your yard a tropical look. There will also be plenty of vendors with the ever-popular butterfly, bird and native plants for our nature-loving gardening friends.
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N. (Kim) Willis of Chaparral, N.M., Mark (Lisa) Fulghum of Palmetto, FLa., Michael (Renee’) Fulghum of Brandenton, Fla. ,Valerie (Jon L.) Morrison of Bradenton, Fla. and sister-in-law Ann Fulghum of Bradenton, Fla.. Great nieces and nephews, Brinson Willis, Salem (Rich) Willis, Kourtney (Arron) Johnson, Matthew Talbert, Sarah (Jordan) Owen, Wyatt and Davis Fulghum, Elizabeth, Motte, and Paige Morrison.
Funeral services were held on Jan. 30 at to follow at Springfield United Methodist Church Interment was in the Springfield Cemetery.
Remembrances may be given to Springfield United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 237, Springfield, Ga. 31329 or Paul Anderson Youth Home, P.O. Box 525 Vidalia, Ga. 30475.
Thomas C. Strickland & Sons Funeral Home, Effingham Chapel was in charge of arrangements.
Elaine M. Batty
RINCON — Elaine M. Batty, 72, passed away Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016 at Hospice Savannah. She fought a courageous battle with Ovarian Cancer for over two years.
Born in Fairhaven, Mass., she was the daughter of Manual and Emily Mello Jr. Elaine graduated from Fairhaven High School in 1961. She was married June 6, 1964 and moved South.
Elaine worked in several positions in her career, including executive secretary, secretary to the principal of a Catholic elementary school, and auto dealership bookkeeper. She... (Savannah Morning News)Feb 3, 2016
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Culinary Calendar: Feb. 3
Reservations are recommended and can be made by calling 941-748-8087. Pier 22 is located at 1200 First Avenue West in downtown Bradenton on the Manatee River.
In Village of the Arts: Ortygia: 1418 13th St. W., Bradenton. Enjoy a "romantic aphrodisiac" dinner 6 p.m. or 8:30 p.m. Feb. 14 featuring exceptional food with ingredients that are known to have romantic powers, plus delectable wines and entertainment by Skip Eaton. Cost: $80 per couple, excludes tax and tip. Reservations: 941-741-8646 or ortygiarestaurant.com.
In Village of the Arts: Arts & Eats Restaurant and Gallery, 1114 12th St. W., Bradenton. Experience a charming, romantic place for your Valentine's Day dinner 4-8 p.m. Feb. 14 featuring a menu with a variety of choices. Cost: $50 per person, includes a glass of champagne. Reservations: 941-201-6647 or email@example.com.
In Palmetto: Spend Valentine's Day on the Manatee River at Palmetto's Riverhouse Reef & Grill's Annual Sweethearts Night Event on Feb. 14. This special event for couples features a bottle of wine, music, dancing, flowers, chocolates, and a very special menu including an appetizer, salad, dessert, and spectacular entrees. Cost: $100 per couple. Seating is limited. Reservations: 941-729-0616.
In Lakewood Ranch: This Valentine's Day, Feb. 14, the Polo Grill and Bar on Lakewood Ranch Main Street offers an evening of irresistible food, spirits and entertainment. The pre fixe dinner menu features local, culinary specialties. Strolling violinist Laurie Vodnoy-Wright will be here to pair your romantic evening with a relaxing and elegant atmosphere. The four-course menu is $65++ per person and includes amuse b... (Bradenton Herald)