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Hardy's Flowers

371 E Washington Ave
Ashburn, GA 31714
(229) 567-2153

Ashburn GA News

Aug 3, 2020

Willie Beaty, Sr. | Obituary | Valdosta Daily Times - Valdosta Daily Times

Debra and Rochester Murphy of Great Falls, VA; his son, Willie E. Beaty, Jr., and his daughter-in-law, Della Sanford Beaty, of Ashburn, VA; his grand children: Claude Beaty Murphy of Great Falls, VA; and Aries Debra Michelle Beaty of Valdosta, GA; his great grand daughter, Kylie Beaty of Valdosta, GA; and a host of nieces and nephews. The Funeral Service for Mr. Beaty will be held on Tuesday, August 4, 2020, 11:00am, at Chestnut Grove Cemetery, 831 Dranesville Road., Herndon, VA 20170. Mr. Beaty was a kind and caring person. He always tried to help people in need. So, in keeping with his spirit, in lieu of flowers, the family asks that you donate funds to your local food bank or Church in his memory. Due to COVID 19, we are working on Live Streaming the services. Arrangements By: Lyles Funeral Service, Serving Northern Virginia, Eric S. Lyles, Director. Lic. VA, MD, DC. 1-800-388-1913 Published on July 31, 2020 ...

Jan 25, 2019

Valentine's Day themed art show to highlight local artists - WFXL FOX 31

Valentine's Day themed art show to highlight local artists. Photo: Danielle LedbetterOne Ashburn couple is hosting a Valentine's-themed art show.Holly and David Gibson, owners of Red Wall Gallery and Events are calling the show 'Love the Art, Love the Artist'."Don't give your sweetie flowers that are going to die or candy that's probably not good for them but get them original art. It'll last forever," said Gibson.Their hope is to highlight local artists and their artwork.The show will also have art from Alex Mixon, the Loco's food delivery driver that was shot and killed last year.'Love the Art, Love the Artist' will run from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on February 16 at the Red Wall Gallery in Ashburn.

Mar 8, 2018

Brookdale Riverwalk seniors, staff hand out flowers, kindness

I think they’re more apt to do the same for others if it happens to them.”Diane Ashburn, director of financial services at Brookdale, helped hand out the flowers this year. This is the first year that management has been able to participate in Random Acts of Kindness Day, as it was just a residents-only activity last year.Only about 100 flowers were given out in 2017. The event grew into a communitywide activity this year.“It was wonderful. People really responded positively,” she said. “It was a really neat experience to be able to do that and see them light up.”At the Park at River Walk on Stockdale Highway, Daniel Cepeda was playing with his 4-year-old son, Isaac, when several residents and associates from Brookdale Riverwalk came up to them and each handed them a flower.“It’s really nice. It shows that there are some good people in this world,” he said.Desiree Armendariz was reading a book while her husband was fishing at the park. She said she was pleasantly surprised by the gesture.“It made my day. I’m sure it’ll make other people’s days, too,” she said.While making people’s days a little brighter was a major focus of the event, resident Juanita Blackwell said getting out of Brookdale Riverwalk also does a lot of good for the residents’ health, physically, emotionally and spiritually.“We need to be out with other people. We need to be out doing something,” she said. “You can feel pretty hemmed in if you just stay here all the time. You can get to feeling old. Just because I’m 90 doesn’t mean I need to feel old.”Newman said participating in events like Random Acts of Kindness Day makes the residents feel that they are making a difference in the community, even if it’s a small, short-lived one.“It isn’t just the recipient who feels better. I think the giver is rewarded even more,” she said. “To think you’ve made someone, even if for a very brief time, enjoy the day more and feel better about themselves is a great thing.”Brookdale Senior Living Inc. operates senior living communities throughout the United States. The company operates independent- and assisted-living centers, dementia-care facilities, and continuing-ca... (The Bakersfield Californian)

Mar 8, 2018

When Mom Cancels Appointment to Take Care of Sick Son, Company Sends Her Flowers

In Lindsay Pualoa’s case, it was a bouquet of flowers that was delivered to her door on Monday.The mother from Ashburn, Virginia had spent most of the might taking care of her son AJ. The toddler had been feeling sick, and by the time the sun came up, he wasn’t feeling any better.“He was still a hot mess (in the) morning so I cancelled an annual furnace check I had scheduled with our HVAC company,” Pualoa wrote on Facebook. “I just apologized for the late notice, said I had a sick kid at home, and didn’t think much more about it. Three hours later, my doorbell rings and there is a florist at my door.”The HVAC company, AllTech Services from Sterling, had sent Pualoa flowers with a note saying that they hoped AJ felt better soon.“I’m floored! I’ve never had something like this happen before,” she added.WANT TO READ MORE STORIES ABOUT BUSINESSES DOING GOOD? CHECK OUT THESE OTHER ARTICLES FROM OUR GNN ARCHIVES… (Photo by Lindsay Pualoa)When Girl Asks For a Day Off For Dad, Google Gives Her Something Better #TBTCompany That Turns Tire Scraps into Shoes Employs Single Mothers Living in PovertyInstead of Trashing Groceries Duri...

Oct 19, 2017

A Ray of Flowers

A Ray of Flowers. Pictured are (from left) Justin Sanders, Pat Cornelison and owner Ray Cornelison Jr. Messenger photo by Leisa GageLOCATION: 401 S. Washburn St. PHONE NUMBER: 940-627-1208HOURS: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to noon SaturdayOWNER/MANAGEMENT: Ray Cornelison Jr.PRODUCTS/SERVICES: Floral designs for every occasion, (Wise County Messenger)

Jul 27, 2017

Stanley Bachman grew the family's floral business

Bachman ­family acreage on Lyndale Avenue, where the flagship garden center stands today.After graduating from Washburn High School, he enlisted in the U.S. Coast Guard in 1941 and worked on a transport ship in the Pacific. He never forgot the destruction he witnessed when going on shore after the atomic bomb was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan, said Paul.When Bachman was on leave, he met Georgia "GeeGee," who was attending the University of Minnesota."They just fell for each other," said Paul Bachman. The couple married in 1948 and raised two sons in Richfield.Upon returning from his tour of duty, Stanley had planned to pursue a different career, "but Stan realized the value and beauty of plants, flowers and trees," said Dale Bachman, the current CEO. "He said it was the best choice he ever made by re-entering the family business."Stanley Bachman served as a mentor to ambitious employees. He hired Dick Herberg, then a teenager, to work at the Lyndale store. He eventually became the COO, remaining with the company for 47 years."Stan taught me ethics and to always supply the best products for customers," Herberg said.He also was a stickler for details."Dad would walk into a store and find the one plant that hadn't been watered," said Paul Bachman.Active in many retail florist organizations, he was elected to the Society of American Florists Hall of Fame in 1989 for his many contributions."Stan was always available to give other florists advice to help them succeed," said Peter Moran, CEO of the society.After retirement, he served as chairman of the board of directors and continued to plant and maintain his vast vegetable and flower gardens in his Richfield yard.In their 60s, Stanley and Georgia started golfing and took frequent golfing trips until Georgia's death in 2014.Even at age 90, Bachman was tending the gardens on the grounds of Friendship Village senior housing."Stan was more than just a smart businessman," said Herberg. "He was one of the nicest people you'd ever meet on this Earth."Bachman is survived by his two sons, Paul and Peter, four grandchildren, a sister, Betty, and sister-in-law, Margaret. Services have been held. (Minneapolis Star Tribune)