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Business name:
Patty's Flowers & Baskets
Address:
6600 Pembroke Rd
City:
Pembroke Pines
State:
Florida
Zip Code:
33023
Phone number:
(954) 321-8880
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Sep 14, 2016

Broward spraying for mosquitoes on Monday

Kiar said. The aerial spraying will take place in portions of Hallandale Beach, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, Tamarac, Margate and in the Central County Municipal Services District between 1 and 6 a.m. Monday. VectoBacWDG, the biological product that will be using during the spraying, does not kill live mosquitoes. Instead, it kills mosquito larvae that breeds in standing water, said Ahn Ton, director of Broward County Highway and Bridge Maintenance, which includes mosquito control. The Aedes aegypti mosquito, which carries Zika, is drawn toward containers filled with standing water, which is why the county is using the biological larvicide. Because there is currently no active transmission of the Zika virus in Broward, county and health officials believe one of the best ways to prevent a potential cluster is by eliminating larvae using this method. VectoBacWDG is not harmful to humans, pets, bees, aquatic habitats or environmentally sensitive areas, but officials recommend that residents with breathing difficulties stay indoors as a precautionary measure. Broward's announcement comes on the same day that aerial spraying for live mosquitoes in Miami was completed following protests surrounding the controversial pesticide used, known as naled. Critics say naled can lead to fetal birth defects and other health problems, but the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Environmental Protection Agency maintain the pesticide is safe for humans and has been used to control mosquito populations for a long time. Also on Friday, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services confirmed that a fourth sample of mosquitoes from Miami Beach has tested positive for Zika. On Sept. 1, three mosquito samples from the same area tested positive for the virus, the first conclusive evidence that local Zika transmission was taking place in the continental United States. The areas scheduled to be sprayed in Broward include: Tamarac, from McNab Road to... (Sun Sentinel)

Jul 14, 2016

Thanking the police with flowers, cookies, pats on the back

When Sheyla Carrillo picked up her 9-year-old daughter Adriana after work on Monday, Adriana told her she wanted to do something nice for the Pembroke Pines police. “She’s very keen on what’s going on,” Carrillo said, referencing the recent shootings in Dallas that left five police officers dead and seven more wounded. So Carrillo drove her daughter and her two nieces — 7-year-old Marisol and 4-year-old Evelyn — to Publix, and let the girls pick out chocolate chip and sugar cookies, blueberry muffins and chocolate cupcakes. “They would’ve kept buying more had it not been that we couldn’t carry any more,” Carrillo said, laughing. From there, they drove to the department and delivered the treats and a handmade card to a group of surprised and grateful police officers. South Florida police have been on the receiving end of several gestures of gratitude over the past few days after the Dallas shootings. Those shootings came as police across the country were contending with growing anger after last week’s deaths of Philando Castile and Alton B. Sterling, two black men shot and killed by police officers. Castile was shot during a... (Miami Herald)

Feb 3, 2016

Thor Rolf Tobiassen

Thor and Ingrid lived in many places  during their married life. In addition to Norway, Norwalk & Wilton, CT, they also lived in Columbia, SC, Pembroke Pines, FL and Sinking Spring, PA. They also enjoyed traveling with friends and visiting their family. Thor’s life was characterized by kindness, gentleness and service. He loved his wife, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren and will be greatly missed! Thor is survived by a son and daughter, 6 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren, Raymond and Maryann Tobiassen and their children, Kristin and Jonathan Luiz, Melissa and Matthew West, Matthew and Micah; Irene and Joe Batluck and their children, Joe and Heike Batluck, Noah, Ethan, Emma, and Samuel, Mark and Carmela Batluck, Chloe, Joshua Thor and Naomi, Rachel and Paul Elliott and Lucy, Sarah and Ron Taylor, Jonathan and Elena. He is also survived by a brother, Raymond and Bertha Tobiassen of Florida, and a sister, Ruth and Jan Ostreim of Norway. We would like to thank the many kind staff members at Wilton Meadows in Wilton, CT for their care and compassion during the last years of his life. Although Thor will be missed, we rest in the assurance that he will be free of pain and reunited with Ingrid and that we as believers in Jesus Christ will meet again. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, January 23, 2016 at  First Assembly of God, 133 Junction Rd, Brookfield, CT at 11am. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Teen ChallengeUSA, 5250 N Town Center Dr.,  Ozark, MO 75721 or online:www.teenchallengeUSA.com. (The Ridgefield Press)

Jan 8, 2016

2016 NHSI Teams Announced, Rutherford Among Top Prospects

Nick Kahle, a Washington commit, can control the game from behind the plate. Flanagan High, Pembroke Pines, Fla. Arguably the deepest team at NHSI, Flanagan has been a powerhouse for years, and that won’t change in 2016. Shortstop Mark Vientos has established himself as one of the top prospects in the 2017 draft class, and outfielder Eric Rivera brings plus speed and some hittability to the table. Lefthander Dylan O’Connell and righthander Nick McDonald form one of the best one-two punches in the tournament. O’Connell is a crafty southpaw and McDonald brings a power fastball and slider to the table. Flanagan is coming off an Elite 8 appearance in Florida’s 8A state tournament—arguably the most competitive classification in the country. Florence (Ala.) High The Falcons have two of the tournament’s most promising pitching prospects. Lefthander Braxton Garrett has a free and easy delivery and a projectable three-pitch mix. He’s committed to Vanderbilt, but will have a chance to put himself in Day One consideration for the 2016 draft with a strong spring. Following Garrett, 2018 righthander Cole Henry, a Louisiana State commit, has promising stuff and had early success as a freshman. Houston High, Germantown, Tenn. Houston has been a powerhouse in Tennessee for decades, and the Mustangs are coming off another strong season, having reached the Tennessee 3A final four in 2015. Shortstop Jack Kenley, an Arkansas commit, brings solid all-around tools the table, and he’s surrounded with a fundamentally sound squad. Huntington Beach (Calif.) High In 2015, Huntingon Beach won the CIF Southern Division State Championship with a team loaded with talented underclassmen. In 2016, most of that squad is back. Righthander Hagen Danner shined in last year’s NHSI, and has a chance to be a first-round pick in 2017. Transfer lefthander Nicholas Pratto is one of the most coordinated athletes in the 2017 class, with exceptional body control and timing. Pratto is also a legitimate prospect as a hitter, with the ability to use the whole field. Logan Pouelsen will provide senior leadership in the rotation, with the ability to command the strike zone with his low 90s fastball. Huntington Beach should be expected to win every time they take the field this season. Liberty Christian Academy, Lynchburg, Va. Liberty Christian will be the first team from Virginia to play at NHSI, and rotation ace Zach Hess could be the hardest thrower at the event. Hess has gained strength this winter, and he was already able to hit 95 mph with his fastball last summer. Hess and the Bulldogs will look to three-peat as VISAA Division I state champions in 2016. Mater Dei High, Santa Ana, Calif. After a first-round exit in the CIF Southern Section playoffs to end their 2015 season, Mater Dei will be hungry in 2016. The Mo... (Baseball America)

Dec 30, 2015

Puerto Rican businesses find fertile ground in Florida

To keep growing his family's business, Febus has decided to follow them. So this year, Casa Febus opened its first location in Florida, a store in Pembroke Pines near Miami. "We began seeing how things were getting a little more difficult here, economically speaking, so we began looking at different opportunities," Febus said from Puerto Rico. "As many Puerto Ricans, we saw the opportunity, explored the market (and) took the adventure." The company wasn't alone: A number of Puerto Rican businesses have set their sights on Florida, looking to capitalize on the more robust U.S. economy and migration off the island. Since 2014, at least five chains have opened locations in the Sunshine State. Casa Febus is joined by El Meson, a sandwich chain; Lucky Me, a discount store; National Lumber and Hardware; and Valija, a chic clothing boutique, in expanding into Florida. "Recently you've seen a bigger push," said Andy Carlson, vice president of retail brokerage in the Tampa office of the real estate firm JLL. "There are some very good retailers in Puerto Rico that you will see expand." The growth is fueled by a trio of factors, said Carlson, who has advised Puerto Rican businesses planning to expand into Florida: Puerto Rico — an island roughly the size of Connecticut — doesn't have very much room to grow. Economic turmoil there has worsened as the government says it can't pay off the $72 billion it owes. And Puerto Rico gives favorable tax treatment to island firms that expand overseas. In Florida, those businesses find fertile ground. The number of Puerto Ricans living in the state has more... (Tampabay.com)

Dec 30, 2015

Retail Notebook: Bealls Outlet opens in Tamarac

N. Dixie Highway in Wilton Manors. The shop sells floral arrangements for weddings, and other special events. Aldi grocery store to open in Pembroke Pines An Aldi market is slated to open Dec. 18 at 18430 Pines Blvd. in Pembroke Pines. Aldi is expanding across South Florida offering low-cost groceries and home goods. Shopping at Aldi is different from most other grocery stores since customers who want to use a shopping cart must rent one for a quarter, the chain doesn't accept credit cards to avoid processing fees and it doesn't give out bags — consumers must buy reusable ones at checkout or bring their own. Aldi says those practices help the company keep prices down. Its stores are smaller than supermarkets and carry about 1,400 of the most sold grocery items. Aldi's other recent openings include locations in Deerfield Beach, Fort Lauderdale and Palm Springs. Publix adds stores in Boca Raton, West Palm Beach Grocery store chain Publix plans to open two renovated stores this month in Palm Beach County. The first store is set to open Thursday at 1968 NE Fifth Ave., in the Fifth Avenue Shops in Boca Raton. The 50,000-square-foot store will carry produce, meats, dairy and frozen food, in addition to bakery, floral and seafood departments. The original store was smaller and opened for the first time in 1961 and had been renovated three times, in 1975, 1987 and 2002. About 175 people are expected to be employed at the new store. Another store is scheduled to open Dec. 12 at 500 Belvedere Road in the Belmont Plaza in West Palm Beach. The 28,000-square-foot store will employ about 150 people. It first opened in 1987 and has b... (Sun Sentinel)

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