Florists in Lake Park, GA
Find local Lake Park, Georgia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Lake Park and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
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Nov 9, 2019
Longtime Loveland pastor and police chaplain Harvey Ruegsegger dies - Loveland Reporter-Herald
Lutheran pastor Ed Smith recalled.
Ruegsegger was active in the Lions Club and would operate the little Buckhorn Northern Railroad train in North Lake Park. He also worked with Volunteers of America, rang a bell at Christmastime for the Salvation Army and organized the Loveland Church Softball League in the mid-1970s, according to his obituary.
“He was just a very dedicated community servant,” Smith said.
Even from her... Nov 9, 2019
Chula Vista's top 5 floral shops to visit now - Hoodline San Diego
2. Eastlake Floral Design
Photo: eastlake floral design/YelpNext up is Village Center's Eastlake Floral Design, at 962 Eastlake Parkway (at Otay Lakes Road). With 4.5 stars out of 94 reviews on Yelp, the shop has proven to be a local favorite.
3. Bonita Florist
Photo: michelle p./YelpBonita Florist, at 4362 Bonita Road (between Villas Drive and Otay Lakes Road), is another top choice, with Yelpers giving it 4.5 stars out of 71 reviews.
4. Barliz Flowers
Photo: barbara m./YelpBarliz Flowers, a florist and floral designer spot in Southwest, is another much-loved go-to, with five stars out of 31 Yelp reviews. Head over to 895 Palomar St., Suite A2 (at Bay Boulevard) to see for yourself.
5. Flower Connection
Photo: ej r./YelpFinally, again in Southwest, check out Flower Connection, which has earned 4.5 stars out of 53 reviews on Yelp. You can find the florist at 1220 Third Ave., Suite 2 (between Oxford and Kennedy streets).
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Nov 9, 2019
Letters to the Editor: Colonial Lake's plants are in flower - Charleston Post Courier
Over 20,000 specimens have found a home at Colonial Lake Park since 2016. Everyone will find something to admire and enjoy.Take any opportunity to stroll the grounds. Parking is plentiful on Ashley, Beaufain and Rutledge. A few plants appeal to drive-bys, however, most display their splendor best face-to-face.Many citizens have found a way to contribute to the beauty of this park, the Colonial Common, a 1768 grant from the British Crown to the people of Charlestown.Cash and securities may be donated to the Charleston Parks Conservancy or to the city of Charleston (FBO Colonial Lake Park). Volunteers are always welcome.Many plants need watering year-round. We work this park every Tuesday and Thursday morning.The vision for the Colonial Common will be furthered when work commences on Moultrie Playground. Hundreds of volunteers and donors are needed and invited to participate in this grand civic improvement. Join me and so many others. Yours is a gift to future generations.MICHAEL MASTERRutledge AvenueCharlestonRepeal ‘CON’ lawThe Oct. 17 Post and Courier reported on the “turf war” in which local hospital systems are engaged to stop each other from building facilities or providing services in Berkeley and Charleston counties.Hospital systems use the state Certification of Need law to stymie competitors’ plans while they proceed with their own.
Charleston hospitals at war over MUSC's plans to build in Berkeley CountyWorse, they use the CON process and considerable resources to keep independent, cost-effective, high quality options from operating in our communities.The reason, as stated in the article, is that competition would have financial consequences for the established companies.We think the consequences of the CON law are far more detrimental to patients than competition might be for... Jul 26, 2019
Five Flower Powered Hikes - 425magazine.com
Pass on Highway 410 are two parking lots that lead to a stunning 3.2-mile round-trip hike on the Naches Peak Loop. You’ll first come to the Tipsoo Lake parking lot, which is a popular place to catch the Naches Peak Loop trail. The north side of the loop is on the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, and the south side of the loop is in Mount Rainier National Park, so your furry companions will need to turn back at the park boundary or continue down the Pacific Crest Trail to visit Dewey Lake. This trail provides lakes, meadows, and stunning mountain views. Those who have less time or don’t want to stray too far from their vehicle can park at Tipsoo Lake, which is in the park, and view one of the most famous views of Mount Rainier reflected in a wildflower-ringed lake. Get there early in the morning before the wind picks up, when the lake water is like glass, for the best reflections.
Sheep Lake to Sourdough Gap
If you pass the Tipsoo Lake parking area, just around the corner, past a foot bridge, is another parking area for the Pacific Crest Trail managed by the U.S. Forest Service. Heading south from this parking area will take you to Tipsoo Lake; north will take you along the Pacific Crest Trail to Sheep Lake, Sourdough Gap, and beyond. Sheep Lake is a 3.6-mile round trip with a modest 400-foot elevation gain. The trail to and beyond Sheep Lake is lined with wildflowers. You can cool off in the lake and continue up Sourdough Gap. There are Forest Service campsites around Sheep Lake available on a first-come, first-served basis. You can cool off in the lake and continue up Sourdough Gap for more adventure. This is the Pacific Crest Trail; you can hike all the way to Canada.
Nov 28, 2018
Community calendar: Ballard Holiday Fest, Museum First Thursday and more - The Seattle Times
K, one mile runs, includes jingle bells, entertainment, Holiday Cheer Garden, costume contest, benefits The Arthritis Foundation, 8 a.m. Dec. 9, Westlake Park, 401 Pine St., Seattle; $45-$70, additional fundraising suggested (206-413-6858 or /events.arthritis.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=cms.page&id=1615&eventID=649).
Danish Christmas Beer Fest
FRI Inspired by J-dag (Christmas brew day) in Denmark; taste Christmas brews, cider, and aquavit, Danish Christmas treats, nonalcoholic beverages, 7 p.m. Friday, Seattle Danish Center, 1833 N. 105th St., Seattle; $10-$25, preregister (206-523-3263 or /northwestdanish.org/xmasbeerfest/).
St. Nick's Holiday Wine Weekend
FRI-SUN "Oh Chocolate Night" wine tasting and chocolates, 7:30-9:30 p.m. Friday, Columbia Winery, 14030 N.E. 145th St., Woodinville; $65-$95; Saint Nick's Open House Celebration tours and tastings at 25 wineries and tasting rooms, 1-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday, Woodinville Wine Country, check in Woodinville Visitor Center, 14700 148th Ave. N.E., Woodinville; $50/day or $65/weekend (425-482-7490 or woodinvillewinecountry.com/calendar/).
Swedish Pancake Breakfast
SUN Swedish pancakes with lingonberries or strawberries, ham, beverages, music and folk dancing, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sunday, Swedish Club, 1920 Dexter Ave. N., Seattle; $5-$11, ages 4 and younger free (206-283-1090 or swedishclubnw.org).
Breakfast with Santa, Poulsbo
SUN Pancakes, eggs, sausage, bacon, ham, beverages, 9 a.m. Sunday, Sons of Norway, 18891 Front St. N.E., Poulsbo; $7-$10 (360-779-5209 or poulsbosonsofnorway.com).
Peruvian Dinner Cooking Class
DEC. 6 La Cocina School Latin cooking course, how to prepare a three-course Peruvian dinner, proceeds benefit Senior Wellness programs, 6 p.m. Dec. 6, El Centro De La Raza, 2524 16th Ave. S., Seattle; $85 (206-957-4649 or elcentrodelaraza.org/).
Brunch with Santa, Shoreline
PLAN AHEAD Crafts for kids, Santa visit, brunch, 12:30-3 p.m. Dec. 8, Shoreline Elks Lodge, 14625 15th Ave. N.E., Shoreline; $5-$10 by reservation; ages 3 and younger free (206-364-1800).
Breakfast with Santa, Auburn
PLAN AHEAD Breakfast, entertainment, Santa visit, 8:30 and 11 a.m. seatings, Dec. 8, Auburn Community & Event Center, 910 Ninth Street S.E., Auburn; $7-$10 by reservation (253-931-3043 or auburnwa.gov/things_to_do.htm).
Holiday events 27th Annual Nativity Exhibit
FRI-SUN Advent exhibit of more than 500 Nativities created by artists in over 115 countries around the world, 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday-S... Mar 23, 2017
Home and Garden events
SouthEast Wisconsin Master Gardeners: “Bee Aware: The Importance of Pollinators in Your Garden,” 10 a.m. April 1. Free and open to public. Lake Park Community Room, 3133 E. Newberry Blvd. fyi.uwex.edu/sewmg/Perennial Plant Sale. May 20.Urban Ecology Centers: Provide year-round educational programs for kids, families and adults of all ages that foster ecological understanding and provide outdoor science education at three locations: Riverside Park, 1500 E. Park Place, (414) 964-8505; Washington Park, 1859 N. 40th St., (414) 344-5460; and Menomonee Valley, 3700 W. Pierce St., (414) 431-2940.Villa Terrace Decorative Arts Museum: Friends of Villa Terrace 2017 Garden Lecture Series, 7 p.m. Each lecture $20 member/ $25 nonmember. All dates $90 member/ $115 nonmembers. 2220 N. Terrace Ave. (262) 242-6095; www.villaterracemuseum.org/Maximize Your Garden Space. March 29.Unique Conifers. April 12.Flowers in Art. April 26Horticultural Inspirations. May 10.Continuous Bloom. May 24.Waukesha County Technical College: Hands-on noncredit personal enrichment courses. Classes held at 327 E. Broadway, Waukesha. (262) 691-5578; www.wctc.edu/Container Herb Gardening. May 13. $38.70.Wehr Nature Center: Maple Sugar Days fea... (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)