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Order flowers and gifts from Nature's Nest Florist located in Eldorado IL for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 550 Us Highway 45 N, Eldorado Illinois 62930 Zip. The phone number is (618) 273-4956. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Nature's Nest Florist in Eldorado IL. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Nature's Nest Florist delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Aug 29, 2016

Friday Football Roundup: Raindrops cool Palo Verde as Wildcats roll — VIDEO

TD, a 12-yard scamper with 3:21 to play. Del Sol junior Jason Hoyer finished with 70 yards on nine carries and intercepted a pass. Pahrump Valley 38, Eldorado 10 — At Pahrump, Nico Velazquez scored on a 99-yard kickoff return and a 49-yard TD pass from Parker Hart as the Trojans cruised past the Sundevils. Senior linebacker Daniel Kinkade scored on a punt that was blocked by teammate Jesse Dillon, and Case Murphy added two rushing TDs for the Trojans, who led 21-0 after the first quarter and 35-3 at halftime. Murphy finished with 38 yards on five carries, and Aaron Fuentes had 101 yards rushing on eight carries for Pahrump (1-0). Jaime Rangel completed 16 of 29 passes for 174 yards and added 10 carries for 49 yards and a TD to lead Eldorado (0-1). St. Pius X (Texas) 42, Faith Lutheran 10 — At Faith Lutheran, Parker Gunnell passed for 377 yards and three touchdowns and ran for a score as the Panthers routed the Crusaders. Faith Lutheran starting quarterback Christian Marshall completed 9 of 11 passes in the first half, but didn’t return for the second. Despite that, and the fact that the Panthers left their starters in until the final buzzer, the Crusaders played the second half to a 7-7 draw. Sagan Gronauer subbed at quarterback and hit Michael Peck for a 20-yard TD pass in the second half for Faith Lutheran. Saundre Spiller had 15 carries for 105 yards to lead Faith Lutheran’s ground game, and Elijah Kothe had four catches for 84 yards for the Crusadres. Gunnel hit eight different receivers for the Panthers, who got five receptions and 151 yards from Foster McLaurin. Lake Mead 21, White Pine 8 — Jared Regan rushed for 179 yards and two touchdowns to carry the Eagles to victory over the Bobcats. Both teams were scoreless in the first half, though White Pine had two red zone oportunities halted after missing fourth down conversion attempts. In the second half, however, Regan took the fourth play from scrimmage 56 yards to open the scoring. The Bobcats (0-1) attempted to answer later in the quarter, but an eight play drive was halted by the Eagles defense just outside the 20. The Lake Mead offense took the cue to score, taking back-to-back plays 70 yards in the first two plays of the four... (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Apr 28, 2016

May Nature Almanac: 'Bell flowers' ring in the spring

Coriflora hirsutissima) that bloom in profusion from mid-May to late June on grassy slopes of Eldorado Mountain, south of Boulder, and Coulson Gulch, west of Pinewood Springs. Though often overlooked, tiny bearberry blossoms rank among our most elegant spring wildflowers. (Stephen Jones / Courtesy photo) Sugarbowls belong to the buttercup family, but their flowers are deep lavender and purple. As the silky hairs on the nodding, urn-shaped blossoms glisten in the morning light, the world seems a more miraculous place than we had ever imagined. Bell shapes invite pollinators into a flower's corolla, which then narrows down, forcing nectar-seekers to rub against the pollen-bearing stamens. Bell shapes also provide exceptional tensile strength and balance, probably one reason why bell-shaped curves appear throughout nature. Stephen Jones and Ruth Carol Cushman are authors of "Peterson Field Guide to the North American Prairie" and "Wild Boulder County". (Boulder Daily Camera)

Jan 8, 2016

And the winners are...

Fine Dry Cleaning - Joyce Turner, Shreveport 10. Three-night hotel stay, $300 certificate to the Vintage and $300 certificate to La Spa, courtesy of Eldorado Resort Casino Shreveport - Janice Pantilion, Blanchard, LA 11. $1,000 American Express gift card, courtesy of Bancorp South Bank - Stephen Paul, Bossier City 12. 2 Open water diver scuba certifications, courtesy of Scuba Ventures - Martha Golden, Hope, AR 13. Gardall Gun Safe, courtesy of Loksafe Services, Inc. - James Holcolm, DeBerry, TX 14. Stagecoach Utility Trailer with ramp gate, courtesy of Topps Trailer Sales & Service Inc. - Glenn Talbert, Shreveport 15. Catered Crawfish Boil for 30 people, courtesy of Shane's Seafood & BBQ - Peggy Tilton, Shreveport 16. Artesso SmartTouch Kitchen Faucet with soap dispenser, courtesy of Brizo - Kevin Gamble, Shreveport 17. Huntervention Weekend Makeover including 3 fans, accessories and $250 Visa gift card, courtesy of Hunter Fan - John Lee, Coushatta, LA 18. $1,000 gift card to Shaw Floors - Leon Johnson, Baton Rouge, LA 19. Diamond Necklace, courtesy of Leonard's Jewelers - Gary Price, Bossier City 20. Honda Recon ATV, courtesy of G & C Honda-Early Bird Prize (Deadline: June 15) Bill Ryan, Bossier City 21. KTBS 3/St. Jude Dream Home built by Rodgers Homes & Construction, Inc. - Jeff & Nancy James, Shreveport ... (KTBS)

Dec 30, 2015

McKnight, May Dan Davis

December 29, 2015. She was born in Prescott, Arkansas on Jan. 6, 1927, to the late Roy F. and Opal Davis. May Dan graduated in 1944 from ElDorado High School, ElDorado, Ar., where she was a member of Delta Beta Sigma sorority.  She worked for TOSCO and Murphy Oil Corporation in ElDorado as an account clerk for many years.  She was a member of First Baptist Church of ElDorado. She moved to Chattanooga in 2000 to be near her family.  She attended Hixson United Methodist Church where she was a member of the Sam P. McConnell Sunday School Class. She was preceded in death by her husband, Veldon R. McKnight.  May Dan is survived by her daughter, Nancy McKnight of Chattanooga, granddaughter Leslie Petersen (Ryan) of Camarillo, CA; brother Charles F. “Chili” Davis (Sisty); niece Jill Davis, and nephew Brent Davis (Terri) all of Jonesboro, AR. The family will receive friends from 2-4 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 3, at Chattanooga Funeral Home North Chapel.  A memorial service will be held in El Dorado, Arkansas at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in May Dan’s name to the Building Fund or Organ Fund at Hixson United Methodist Church, 5301 Old Hixson Pi... (The Chattanoogan)

Dec 23, 2015

Columbia Road Flower Market

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Nov 27, 2015

Breck: Up on the rooftop, there arose such a clatter...

In short years to follow, the Eldorado also would put up a Yule tree on its roof like FNB’s. Way out on Hunter Lake Drive south of Mayberry lived a man named Dominic Stillian with his bride Thelma. They for many years built a “Santa’s Village” in their large front yard abutting El Camino Court, with all the accoutrements of a North Pole workshop: live elves giving treats and hot chocolate to the kiddies, a couple of what might have been reindeer in a corral, music of the season from Mitch Miller’s chorus and the Jolly Old Elf himself Ho-Ho-Ho!-ing on the roof dressed all in fur from his head to his foot, his eyes how they sparkled and dimples how merry giving a luster of midday to objects below. Buy Photo The Nov. 24, 1972 edition of the Nevada State Journal detailed the prizes for the Christmas Home Decorating Contest. (Photo: RGJ Archives) In later life I pondered whether Santa might have had a small flask of peppermint schnapps on the sleigh with him, but the Stillians’ yard was a holiday treasure causing bumper-to-bumper traffic from West Plumb Lane, which might have still been dirt back then, all the way north to Mayberry. I wrote of it years ago – even before I had old columns on a computer and can’t find it now – but recall that many readers in that early-1990s era remember that yard very vividly as the first decoration they ever saw in Reno. Moving into relatively recent local heritage, we find that on Nov. 24, 1972 the Nevada State Journal ran a holiday supplement after Thanksgiving, drawing municipal attention and notice to the Christmas Home Decorating Contest in three categories – windows, doorways and outdoors; one commercial, another residential. With the boundaries of the entries basically Reno and Sparks, lights (if any) to be burning from 6 p.m ’til midnight, with an entry form to be mailed to the Journal. The entries would be judged by senior citizens (think aging drive-by column-writers), under the direction of the Sparks JayCees. The above is of only passing interest, but the list of prizes, taking up most of the 12 pages of the paper’s insert, were priceless: foodstuffs from every supermarket in Reno (curiously to be awarded too late for holiday dinners), merchandise from Gray Reid Wright, Reno Furniture, Home Furniture, plants from Arlington Nursery, floral arrangements from every florist in town. How ’bout 5,000 (count... (Reno Gazette Journal)


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