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Oct 15, 2020

Dawn Lowe Obituary - Bloomington, IL | The Pantagraph -

Robert) Bartlett, Lucas Sasveld, Sadie Delashmit, two great-grandchildren Raegan Bartlett and Abigail Carpy, and one sister LaVerne Wolgast of North Tonawanda, NY. Dawn was an Elementary Teacher for thirty-five years mostly in Southern Illinois, including the towns of Bunker Hill, Gillespie, Vandalia, Mount Vernon, Harrisburg, and last teaching in Collinsville Unit District 10, retiring in 1986. After retirement she substitute taught at Christ the King School in Springfield. When she wasn't teaching, she and her husband partnered well for many years in the churches he pastored, with Dawn working in Christian Education and Children's ministry. They were very proud of the years they spent at Sugar Creek Methodist Church in Springfield where they were part of an outreach team whose motto was "Place for Beginning, Becoming, and Belonging." Dawn loved playing the piano, listening to musicals, walking for exercise, shopping, and traveling the world. She was known for her coordinated outfits, including jewelry, that she wore throughout her life. She possessed a welcoming nature and was always desiring to help others. Dawn found humor in many situations; she rarely missed an episode of "The Tonight Show," starring Johnny Carson, her favorite comedian. She was fiercely devoted to her husband and children and always their biggest fan. Dawn will be dearly missed by her family and friends, who take comfort in knowing that she will be reunited with her husband Don, who was the love of her life. She was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church, Illinois Education Association, and the National Education Association of Retired Teachers. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Westminster Foundation. Dawn and Don loved Westminster Village and Martin Health Center, and all the staff and friends that were a part of their lives there. We cannot thank our Westminster/Martin Health Center "Family" enough for all of their care, support, and loving attention. Online condolences may be left at

Jul 26, 2019

Growing Peace and Freedom, One Flower At A Time - Spectrum News

There's a good chance those drivers and their passengers miss the flags and flowers.Turns out, there's a patriotic story to this landscaping along Tonawanda Creek. "To try and promote world peace," said Barb Toal, the vice president of the Batavia Peace Garden. The garden first started growing in 2012, to mark the bicentennial of the War of 1812. It's here in Batavia where those who lost everything in the burning of Buffalo fled. An arsenal was also built to keep the British out. It proved successful and Batavia became a place where people felt safe and welcome. Now the garden blooms as a way to remember those dark days by shedding light on our freedom, and something else, too. "It brings the community together and builds peace," Toal said. "You have to get along with each other." There's a butterfly bench and a globe that serves as a thank you to the military. "It shows that it's international, it's not just here in Batavia," Toal said. "If we can make peace in our little corner of New York, then we can do it across the world." They already are. At the end of the garden, 22 flags fly. Each represents a country where a peace garden grows. It connects Batavia to an international trail. T...

Aug 10, 2017

Greenwich artist's botanicals are more than just pretty pictures of flowers

A bug drawing used to promote Jeanne Reiner’s and insect drawing class with Greenwich Land Trust Conservation and Outreach Director Steve Conaway this spring.A bug drawing used to promote Jeanne Reiner’s and insect drawing class with Greenwich Land Trust Conservation and Outreach Director Steve Conaway this spring. Photo: Contributed Photo Image 5 of 6A bug drawing used to promote Jeanne Reiner’s botanical and insect drawing class with Greenwich Land Trust Conservation and Outreach Director Steve Conaway this spring.A bug drawing used to promote Jeanne Reiner’s botanical and insect drawing class with Greenwich Land Trust Conservation and Outreach Director Steve Conaway this spring. Photo: Contributed Photo Image 6 of 6A bug drawing used to promote Jeanne Reiner’s botanical and insect drawing class with Greenwich Land Trust Conservation and Outreach Director Steve Conaway this spring.A bug drawing used to promote Jeanne Reiner’s botanical and insect drawing class with Greenwich Land Trust Conservation and Outreach Director Steve Conaway this spring. Photo: Contributed Photo Greenwich artist’s botanicals are more than just pretty pictures of flowersBack to GalleryGREENWICH — Hidden on a street off Round Hill Road, Jeanne Reiner’s studio offers bright sky lights, simple white walls, and intricate, framed paintings of flowers.A former graphic designer who worked on packaging for cosmetic companies, Reiner these days focuses her creative energy on drawing and painting plants, flowers and insects. “I like to think of my flowers as being florial portraits rather than just botanicals,” Reiner said on a rainy afternoon while standing near the depiction of a hibiscus nearly half her height. !-- e fixed-asset pe... (Greenwich Time)

Mar 2, 2017

Carrying on the Hahn family flower tradition | Local News ...

You have enough to do.’ "Q: Where did you work after Steve passed? A: “Miller’s Florist in Tonawanda until he retired. He put me to work there, definitely. He let me blossom there.”Q: What did you do there?A: "When I started working for Mr Miller, I thought he hired me to be the grunt girl there. He hired me to be the designer, because when my brother Steve died, he watched what I did and he knew what I was capable of."Q: How’s the business been?A: “Alright. There are still people that think that Steve’s shop is still is open."Q: It’s by appointment?A: “Yes, I try to gear people that way and they love it. The one thing we have at my business that I stress is good customer service. It’s personal.”Q: What kind of stuff do you sell for Valentines day?A: “It’s pretty much roses. Roses, candy, stuffed animals. Mixed bouquets. I don’t do too many. I don’t get a lot of extra other kinds of flowers because it's pretty much just roses. It’s a dozen of the same color. I try to add nice greens. I try to add little bling to it and a nice ribbon just to make them special."Q: What kind of other things can customers expect?A: “Candies and stuffed animals too. I don’t have cards, but I should probably get some. Q: How about flowers?A: "Lillie, roses, hydrangeas — a mix, a nice mix. If anybody wants something besides roses, of course I’d make something beautiful."Q: What would you sell someone looking for something different?A: "Stargazers. I’ll sell them one stem of those, because all you need is one stem. That’ll fill up a girl's entire room. Usually, they’ll be one flower and the rest of them will be buds. They last longer than a rose and smell really good. One stem is all you need."You can reach Cindy at 201-1512 and check out her latest arrangements at ... (Lockport Union-Sun & Journal)

Sep 14, 2016

Inaugural Farm to Table Brunch to benefit Carroll County Food Sunday

Farm to Table Brunch on Saturday, Sept.10. The brunch will be held 10 a.m. to noon on the grounds of the Farmers' Market at the Conaway Lot in Westminster. The event's proceeds will benefit Carroll County Food Sunday. "This Farm to Table event takes our producer-only market a step further," City of Westminster Marketing Consultant Missie Wilcox said. "We're taking what is produced to the table and allowing attendees to eat the finished project." Wilcox said the buffet brunch, which will meet capacity at 150 patrons, will feature dishes created by Blue Bistro Restaurant, crafted from ingredients grown or baked by more than 10 of the Farmers' Market producers. Menu items include Evermore Farm sausage and gravy over JeannieBird Baking Co. biscuits as well as French toast made from Old Valley Farm artisan bread and topped with fruit from Orchard Co. The coffee will be freshly brewed by Furnace Hills Coffee Co. Even the centerpieces will be from local farm Tierra Blooms. "We are excited to support Carroll County Food Sunday and its Veggie Voucher program, which facilitates the purchase of fresh produce to our community," Wilcox said in a prepared statement. "This farm to table event not only promotes ... (Carroll County Times)

May 18, 2016

Soothe the senses with these WNY Mother's Day weekend stress busters

What is it about water that makes it so calming? Explore the many new paths and walkways along the waterfront in downtown Buffalo and in Tonawanda, to name just two Frank Lloyd Wright’s Graycliff Estate in Derby features a sunken pool at the front entrance. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News) options. Walk, watch, and let your mind drift. Other restful water views include Mirror Lake in Forest Lawn; Hoyt Lake in Delaware Park; and the rustling streams of Chestnut Ridge Park. • Park yourself: Public parks can mean recreation but also repose. Frederick Law Olmsted designed his parks for quiet enjoyment of nature, especially for folks who live in the city. So go and enjoy. Go alone with a book of poetry, or with a friend and a basket of strawberries. Unplug your phone and absorb the beauty around you. Gaze on the flowers surrounding the greenhouse in Martin Luther King Park. • Color: Grown-up coloring books are a therapeutic tool that has been celebrated in WNY Refresh before. Find some of the best and most challenging at a discount in Marshalls or T.J. Maxx. Challenging coloring books even turn up in Dollar Tree and Dollar General. Enjoy the picture. Take the time to color it beautifully. Use your imagination. More venues are offering painting classes. • Go grand: See a beautiful movie in a beautiful movie theater. It’s increasingly difficult to find films without violence or an “R” rating, but it can still be done. The North Park in Buffalo and the Aurora in East Aurora can turn a movie into an escapist evening. • Take a tour: Visit a Frank Lloyd Wright house. Wright believed in letting nature into your life. He designed his homes around restful lines and horizontal planes. Graycliff, Da... (Buffalo News)


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