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Florists in Ackley, IA

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Ackley Flower Shops

Londa's Flowers On Main

740 Main Street
Ackley, IA 50601
(641) 847-3155

Ackley IA News

Jul 26, 2019

Flowers, frogs and fun: Medina County Park District's August events -

Ages 18 and up. Register by Aug. 15 at Free. Music at the The Lodge: Brian Henke and Ginger Ackley: 7 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 21, The Lodge at Allerdale. Enjoy a relaxing evening in the park with free, live musical entertainment. Brian Henke and Ginger Ackley will share the stage. Brian’s unique guitar style, ranging from folk to new age and nearly anything in between, will be joined by Ginger’s Celtic music in what is sure to be a memorable evening. All ages welcome. No registration required. Free.Read more from the Medina Sun.

Nov 2, 2017

Living history: Wasserman's Flowers & Gifts is a story about Muskegon's past—and future

Wasserman’s, receipts from flowers regularly purchased by lumber barons Charles Hackley and Thomas Hume, and many more details that give a glimpse as to what 137 years means in the life of a family, a store, and a city. “It was open through the Depression, the World Wars,” Angie says. “It’s hard to wrap your head around. Our everyday livelihood goes back that long into the history of the United States and the community. And so many things have changed. There’s a wow factor for me; that’s a lot of years.”Louis Wasserman, standing at right in the back, in his greenhouse located at Irwin and Terrace around the turn of the 20th century. The beginning: Dreams of Louis Wasserman Louis Wasserman was born in 1853 in Germany and was one of three million people who, prompted by low wages and a lack of employment opportunities, left the country between 1862 and 1890 in search of a better life abroad. The great-great grandfather of Angie and Troy, Louis came to the U.S. in 1872 and first settled in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he met and married Amelia. Together, they moved in 1874 to Muskegon, where Louis worked as a tailor while cultivating his passion during off hours: his garden. Encouraged by his wife to leave tailoring and pursue his dream of working with flowers, Louis built what’s believed to be Muskegon’s first greenhouse on the corner of Irwin Avenue and Terrace Street. As Louis grew and tended to the rows of plants, Amelia would sell the flowers that were quickly embraced by the city. Wasserman’s makes one of its first media appearances in a Muskegon Chronicle section titled “Local Events” published on May 21, 1886. In the sea of text that were newspapers in the 1800s, the Chronicle gives a rundown of a variety of events in the city, including the funeral for five-year-old Elsa Kanitz, H.B. Smith opening a new grocery store on Jackson Street, and frustrations over a blustery day. (“The South Wind has been enjoying the fun of kicking up a dust today, but he’s the only chap that enjoys it. Pedestrians have found it extremely disagreeable going about the streets collecting sawdust and splinters in their optics,” the newspaper writes.) In the midst of these details, the newspaper describes a welcome scene at Wasserman’s. “A large cactus plant in full bloom at Wasserman’s flower store presents a gorgeous and beautiful appearance,” the Chronicle writes in its one sentence dedicated to the store that day.A Muskegon Ch... (Rapid Growth)

Feb 3, 2016

Betty J. Swanson

Glens Falls and Amy Quirion of Boulder, Colorado; one step-great-grandchild, Abigail Micah Quirion of South Glens Falls; four sisters-in-law, Lynda Brackley of Latham, Kathryn Pike of Lake Luzerne, Althea Alger of Fort Edward and Dorothy Towers of Queensbury; and many nieces and nephews; and her dear friends, Claudia and Cleon Miner of South Glens Falls. Services will be conducted at 11:30 a.m., Friday, Feb. 5, at Densmore Funeral Home, Inc., 7 Sherman Ave., Corinth with Lane Schermerhorn, officiating. A committal service will be held at 1:30 p.m., Friday, at Gerald B.H. Solomon Saratoga National Cemetery, 200 Duell Road, Saratoga. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 4, at the funeral home. The family wishes to thank the staff at the Stanton, especially on the East Wing for their kindness and compassion shown to Betty during her time spent there. The family suggests that in lieu of flowers, memorials go to the First United Methodist Church, 243 Main St., Corinth, NY 12822 or the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society, 3 Oakland Ave., Menands, NY 12204. (Glens Falls Post-Star)

Feb 2, 2016

Denise Dale Minner March 10, 1956 – January 5, 2016

Allen Dean Minner (Kristin) of Carnation, WA, her aunt Adena Head (John) of Granite Falls, WA, and three nieces, Rachel Anh Ackley of Seattle, Julia Bronwyn Amos of Ithaca, and Laura Hope Minner and nephew, Dean Thomas Minner, both of Carnation.Denise was preceded in death by her grandfathers, Richmond Clarence Allen and J. Lester Minner, her grandmothers, Garnet Mae Allen and Eva L. Minner, her aunts, Veda Faye Minner, and Artis Ann Allen Worley, and by her step-mother, Tricia Ann Hines Minner.The date and time of memorial services are as yet undetermined. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. (Monroe Monitor)

Feb 2, 2016

Connellsville's Got Talent fills Porter Theatre

This year's contestants included: Jordan Hart, singer, "All I Ask;'' Taylor Hackley, singer, "Hello;'' Kylie Koontz, singer, "I See Fire;'' Lexi Dunn and Kendall Bradish, dancers, "Miss Invisible;'' Racel Szabo and Kelly Diamico, singers, "I Dreamed A Dream;'' Rick Borris, rapper, "Goodbye;'' Hot Steppers Battalian: Dayton Nicholson and Bailee Hiles, stilts, "Requiem the Fifth;'' Morgan Bulebush, dancer, "Wings;'' Riley Artis, singer, "Who Are You?'' Bo Newcomer, singer, "I'll Be;'' Sydney Polkabla, singer, God Made Girls;'' Hailey College, singer, "Safe and Sound;'' Kara Grenell and Tristan Szabo, singer/dancer, "Twistin' the Night Away;'' Hannah Sparks, dancer, "Going Down For Real;'' Chance Burchick, singer, "Your Man;'' Tiffany Ritenour, singer, "Burning House;'' Donovan Taylor, singer, "Uptown Funk.'' Duncan Harts, Julia Capuzzi, Adam Ruck and Addison Leichliter, band, "Tears In My Heart;'' Steve Goodiski, guitar, "In a Crystal Ball;'' Lexi Hart, singer, "Love in the Dark;'' Echo Shaffer, singer, "Open Arms; Hannah Merryman, dancer, "Liquid Motion;'' Kendra Gianotti, singer; Paul Neighbors, singer, "Just One More time;'' Alexa Cipra, singer, "Let It Go;'' Caleb Benford, singer, "Paint It Black;'' Ian Traynor, dancer, "I Don't Dance;'' Hanna and Halle Detweiler, duet, "Not About Angels;'' Michele Bair, singer, "Silver Springs;'' Valerie Bowman, singer, "Unbreakable Smile;'' Carlee Rugg, dancer; Denise Scott, singer, "Girl Crush;'' Hannah Merryman and Eden Flowers, singer, "Ms. Potato Head;'' Felicia Minerd, singer, "This Is Me;'' Eden Flowers, singer, "December;'' Sophie Detweiler and Carlie Lonigro, dancers, "Don't Tell Em.'' ... (Uniontown Herald Standard)

Dec 30, 2015

St. Tammany property transfers, Nov. 4 to Nov. 16, 2015

Cantu to Gary M. Mourain and Cynthia Marie T. Mourain. TCHEFUNCTE DRIVE 206: $443,000, Randy C. Muse and Belinda C. Muse to Rigney J. Sackley IV and Anne-Marie Wilson Sackley. TERRA BELLA SUBDISION, PHASE 1-A-5, LOTS 350-A, 350-B, 351-B: $182,500, Terra Bella Group LLC to Highland Homes of Laplace Inc.. THETA AVE. 74527: $145,900, DSLD Homes LC to Jordy A. Thibodeaux. THETA AVE. 74533: $138,900, DSLD Homes LLC to Melvin H. Adolph Jr.. THOMAS DRIVE 2012: $236,900, DSLD Homes LLC to Benjamin J. Zeringue and Brandy B. Zeringue. W. 12TH AVE. 512, MOONRAKER DRIVE 392, RICHARD KOCH ROAD 16042: $2,015, BFNH LLC and Carry Trade LLC to Rio Lindo Inc.. WAX MYRTLE DRIVE 2: $168,800, Arthur A. Monroe and Mary J. Monroe to Gavin M. Fury and Monique D. Fury. WESTON WAY 601: $329,800, Varuso Homes LLC to Robert R. Morse Jr. and Mary Ann Kowalski. FOLSOM ORLEANS AVE. 607: $220,000, Ernest Colbert Jr. to Ann Marie LeBlanc. SECTION 13, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 11 EAST, PORTION OF GROUND: $27,500, Glendale Properties LLC to Brandie S. Saverese. SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 11 EAST, PORTION OF GROUND: donation, no value stated, Jeremy M. Welch and Tina H. Welch to Manuel L. Hoffmann and Kathy A. Hoffmann. SECTION 29, TOWNSHIP 5 SOUTH, RANGE 10 EAST, PORTION OF GR... (The New Orleans Advocate)