Beach Street Blooms In Florist, Flowers And Design
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Beach Street Blooms In Florist, Flowers And Design
206 South Beach Street
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Flowers and Gifts News
Apr 4, 2021
Historic Daytona Beach flower shop suffers extensive damage after electrical fire - WKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – If you live in Daytona Beach, the retro green and pink sign outside Zahn’s Flowers will be a familiar sight. Owner Leah Mihalko said it’s been a part of the community for nearly 100 years, originally owned by the Zahn family.“My grandparents bought the store from the Zahn family in the 70s... I’m a third generation owner,” said Mihalko. “This place is my whole life. We grew up here and now I bring my child here.”Early Sunday morning, a fire broke out at the store. Mihalko said the cause was an old electrical outlet. She says a bystander saw the smoke and called for help.“We have cameras inside the store. When I heard about the fire, I immediately pulled out my phone to check the cameras. I could see the smoke billowing in... Then you see the parade of firefighters running in,” said Mihalko.No one was inside or harmed during the fire.Firefighters told the owners that the fire started on the second floor. They haven’t been using it for some time because it was under... Mar 23, 2018
Sweet smell of success for Daytona's Zahn's Flowers
Jim Abbott @JimAbbottwrites
DAYTONA BEACH — After 40 years around flowers, Emily Voegtle will tell you that she never intended to go into the florist business, although she has been a fixture amid the buds, ribbons and vases at Zahn’s Flowers since she was 10 years old.“I went to school to be a nurse,” said Voegtle, 50, the second-generation owner of a shop that opened in 1927 and operated for its first 53 years by its namesake family, Peter and Reuben Zahn.Peter Zahn had joined the family business after serving in World War II, taking sole ownership after his father’s death in 1960. ''Back then, and into the early '50s, this was a seasonal business,'' he told The News-Journal in a 1976 interview marking the shop’s 49th anniversary.In 1978, Zahn was honored with a 50-year certificate of membership from the Florists Transworld Delivery Association, one of only three Florida florists at the time to receive that honor. Two years later, the Zahns sold the business to Voegtle’s mother, Barbara Pate, a shop employee at... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)Mar 23, 2018
Big winner in Halifax Country Flower Show plants gardening passions in others
Growing up in Scotland, Myrna Moore began gardening at age 6.“Culturally there, everyone has gardens and flowers,” said Moore, who now lives in Daytona Beach Shores.But gardening took on a new meaning for her in 2002. While Moore was a registered nurse, she acquired a latex allergy that made her become very ill. She was housebound for two years and had to leave her job.“So, all I could do was play with my plants,” Moore said. “It just got more and more involved. And then they found a drug that let me actually come back out in public again, so I take shots and get to come out in public.”At age 67, Moore walked away from the Halifax Country Flower Show with three horticulture awards and at least 20 ribbons, showing her success as a master gardener.Moore said she showcased about 55 plants at this show. An outdoor garden of 500-600 plants with a brick courtyard protecting them fills the yard outside her home.“It’s like a hoarding disease,” she said. “My son just calls it my plant mess. They call me the hoarder of plants.”At the flower show on Wednesday, March 21, at the Oceanside Country Club, Moore earned the Catherine Beattie Me...Mar 30, 2017
Volusia says goodbye to fallen heroes
T.S. Jarmusz @TS_Jarmusz
DAYTONA BEACH — Hundreds said goodbye to two fallen heroes Friday.The loss of Air Force pilots Maj. Andrew Becker and Capt. Frederick “Drew” Dellecker weighed heavy on the hearts of family, service members, politicians and strangers who gathered to pay their respects during services at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.The two were among three airmen who died on the evening of March 14, after their reconnaissance plane crashed during a training exercise near Clovis, New Mexico. Becker and Dellecker served with the 318th Special Operations Squadron at Cannon Air Force Base in New Mexico, and had ties to Volusia County.Surfer-turned-pilotFlanked by flowers and a brass ensemble, an American flag covered 26-year-old Dellecker’s casket Friday afternoon. A crowd of more than 400 watched in Embry-Riddle's ICI Center, as a video from Dellecker’s family said what words could not.The images showed a happy child who developed a passion for surfing. Though by all accounts Dellecker appeared a n... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)Mar 2, 2017
News of Record for Friday, Feb. 3, 2017
Kiwon T. Jones, 27, DeLand, failure to appear; William P. Everson Jr., 54, Edgewater, court violation; Justin J. Flowers, 23, Daytona Beach, failure to appear, loitering or prowling, unlawful possession of personal identification information; Treygion M. Powers, 22, Ormond Beach, giving a false name causing adverse effect, unlawful possession of personal identification information, loitering or prowling, grand theft of more than $300 but under $5,000; Tre Dwayne Lewis King, 24, Daytona Beach, tampering with physical evidence, possession of a firearm by a felon, reckless driving, possession of a weapon or ammo by a felon; Robert C. Lee, 32, Daytona Beach, aggravated battery with a deadly weapon; Ymonii Arrguis Prince, 20, Daytona Beach, failure to appear; Ibrahim Alghannam, 24, DeBary, habitual driving while license is revoked; Steven R. Smith, 33, Deltona, domestic battery by strangulation; Casey E. Cushman, 26, city unknown, failure to appear; Edward Cowart, 54, Titusville, dealing in stolen property; Katherine Bach, 33, Ormond Beach, neglect of a child; Adrian R. Jones, 34, South Daytona, drug offense, possession of methamphetamine; John C. Stabile, 42, South Daytona, domestic battery by strangulation; Kevin C. Mclarn... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)Feb 3, 2017
Group helps couple have dream wedding on beach
Austin Fuller @austinfullernj
DAYTONA BEACH SHORES — Heather Raleigh and Paige Metelka had struggled to plan a wedding because the costs appeared to be overwhelming.
“It never felt like it would be real for me to marry the woman that I love," Raleigh said.
On Sunday, family and friends gathered around an aisle of white sand decorated with shells and flowers to watch the couple commit to each other as the Atlantic Ocean crashed in the background.
The wedding was put together by the Florida Organization of Wedding & Event Representatives, or FLOWER. The Daytona Beach-based group consists of wedding and event professionals aiming to help the community.
The ceremony took place on the shore behind the Residence Inn Daytona Beach Oceanfront Marriott under blue skies with streaks of white clouds. The wedding then moved to the hotel, which is a member of the FLOWER organization.
“This is absolutely amazing. I couldn’t have dreamed of anything like this," Raleigh said as the couple took pictures on the beach following t... (Daytona Beach News-Journal)
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