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Oct 15, 2020
Dawn Lowe Obituary - Bloomington, IL | The Pantagraph - Legacy.com
There will be a visitation from 3-5 PM at the Memorial Home Saturday. Interment will be later at Camp Butler National Cemetery in Springfield. Dawn was born March 7, 1926, in Milwaukee, WI to Henry and Marie Koktavy Thomsen. She married Rev. Donald L. Lowe on August 12, 1951, in Beloit, WI. He preceded her in death on December 16, 2019 in Normal. She is also preceded in death by one sister, Marilyn Helm. Dawn is survived by two daughters, Debra Sasveld of Naperville, Dauna (Mark) Delashmit of Bloomington, six grandchildren, Jessica (Tom) Carpy, Kelsey Sasveld, Zack Delashmit, Hallie (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... Jan 4, 2020
NEW Garden Rocks Talent, Topiaries & More at Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival - Inside the Magic
April 2 – Former Journey Lead Vocalist Steve AugeriApril 3-4 – Blood, Sweat & TearsApril 5-6 – ExposéApril 7-9 – BerlinApril 19-20 – Rick SpringfieldApril 24-27 – Plain White T’sApril 28-30 – Don Felder, formerly of The EaglesMay 1-2 – Don McLean NEWMay 5-7 – Ambrosia with Peter Beckett NEWMay 8-9 – Thelma Houston NEWMay 10-11 – The Allman Betts Band NEW to Garden RocksMay 12-14 – Air SupplyMay 15-18 – Herman’s Hermits starring Peter NooneMay 19-21 – Mike DelGuidice & Big Shot NEW to Garden RocksMay 24-25 – Daughtry NEWMay 26-28 – Marshall Tucker BandMay 31-June 1 – SurvivorCredit: DisneyOne of the best ways to watch the concert and make sure you don’t miss out on any of the fun is to book a Garden Rocks Concert Series Dining Package.Disney guests can book the package for one of the shows at 5:30, 6:45 or 8 pm and each package includes breakfast, lunch or dinner at select Epcot restaurants! By booking the Garden Rocks Concert Series Dining Package, you are guaranteed concert seating.Topiaries and GardensCredit: DisneyAside from the amazing concert lineup, the 27th Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival will be bringing brand new topiaries as well.For example, Epcot is debuting a brand new Remy topiary which will be the centerpiece of a Ratatouille Garden at the France pavilion. This is also where the new highly anticipated attraction, Remy’s Ratatouille Adventure attraction, will open come summer 2020.This new Remy a href="https://insidethemagic.net/2016/03/photos-every-single-topiary-at-the-2016-ep... Nov 9, 2019
Business Spotlight: Blooming Business - Springfield Business Journal
In 2017, Hartman invested $24,000 to start a mobile flower shop dubbed Ozark Mtn Flower Truck. She sells locally grown flowers around Springfield out of a 1970 Volkswagen single-cab truck.
Sales have been blooming since, she says.
The business generated $120,000 in 2018 revenue, and she says it’s on pace for $150,000 this year.
Hartman says social media has been a crucial asset to running her mobile business and creating a brand. Customers can follow the truck on Instagram, Facebook and on its website for times, dates and locations.
“From the beginning, people would share photos of themselves at the flower truck, and we’re known for wrapping our bouquets in brown craft paper,” she says. “That helped spread the word.”
Local rootsHartman tries to keep her business as locally oriented as possible.
The truck’s main flower supplier is Millsap Farms LLC, and she also buys product from C-Street Flowers LLC. When she can’t find a specific bloom from local growers, she uses wholesalers, such as Mears Floral Products Inc. and Baisch & Skinner Inc.
The truck currently carries mums, strawflowers, zinnias, celosias, sunflowers, dahlias and gomphrena flowers. Hartman says the sunflower is most popular.
This year, Hartman started growing some of her own flowers. Of the 21 buckets typically on the flower truck, which she named “Stella,” she says three or four buckets were consistently homegrown this summer. She hasn’t crunched the numbers yet to... Sep 19, 2019
Costa Mesa gardener has fruitful O.C. Fair competition season as he again rakes in the most ribbons - Los Angeles Times
Strubbe’s green thumb sprouted as a young boy living on a farm outside Springfield, Ill. He built a sanctuary of green on a plot beside the outdoor toilets.Strubbe spent 25 years of his adult life teaching religion, English and social studies at Ascension Lutheran School in Torrance.At age 48, his career swerved and he moved to St. Louis for a few years to attend a seminary. He returned to Southern California as a pastor at Abiding Savior Lutheran Church in Lake Forest and then Christ Lutheran Church in Costa Mesa.Since childhood, his love for plants has entwined with his love for God.“It’s such a miracle,” he said. “God takes those itty bitty seeds … you look at those plants and you just see him.”
Joseph Strubbe holds a tomatillo he grew in his home garden. (Scott Smeltzer / Staff Photographer)
Though he retired about 11 years ago, Strubbe remains active at Christ Lutheran, directing the choir, serving as a pastor to those who can’t make it to services, leading small groups and growing a family that supports his passion for plants.“He’s got 10 green thumbs,” said the Rev. Glenn Shelton, an associate pastor at Christ Lutheran.Shelton said he and dozens of others from the church attend the fair every year — not to eat fried Oreos but to see Pastor Joe and his entries.“He kind of crushes his competition every year,” Shelton said. “Of course, he does it in love.”Bella Brown, receptionist for Christ Lutheran School, said she stumbled onto Strubbe’s exhibits this year for the first time. In addition to his other arrangements, Strubbe enters item collections — this year, carved eagles and miniature cottages.When she saw the many entry cards at the fair printed with his name, Brown thought, “Wow! That is a lot.”Strubbe usually attends the fair at least twice a week during its run: on Tuesday mornings to drop off two carloads of entries for the week’s competitions and on Wednesdays to see how he fared with the judges. Occasionally, he said, he overhears passersby discussing his work.“People will say, ‘Who’s this Joseph Strubbe? He needs to get a life!’ ” Strubbe said with a laugh.He sometimes worries that people will get the wrong impression and be too intimidated to try gardening themselves. He said he hopes his plethora of entries will inspire others — if he can grow something, someone else can too.Even after nine years and hundreds of awards, Strubbe said he still gets excited by each new ribbon.“I’ve been [winning awards] for a long time,” he said with a shrug. “I still love it.”Support our coverage by becoming a digital subscriber.Let's block ads! a href="https://blockads.fivefilters.org/acceptab... Jul 5, 2019
Exotic flowers, burlap, and mini disco balls: How Sara Perez-Ekanger built a floral design company - The Advocate
Sara Perez-Ekanger's road to "flower lady" status may have begun with a Springfield, Missouri big-box-store peace lily named Alejandro that she bought for her college dorm room.Or it could have been the exotic flora she encountered in El Salvador (the country of her parents’ birth), Nicaragua, Guatemala or the other Central American locales to which her work as a translator for missionary groups brought her. Or it could have been the plants that her mom cultivated in their home — no matter how large or small the home — and transported with them any time the family moved.“Those plants represented home for me,” Perez-Ekanger says.Or it could be simple coincidence. Perez-Ekanger grew up in the San Francisco Bay area, and after a brief stint in junior college and two semesters spent abroad working as a translator for Christian missionary groups, a family friend encouraged her to apply for a basketball scholarship to attend Evangel University in Missouri. There, she met her husband, Trevor. Shortly after they graduated, they married. A few months later, they moved to New Orleans.Per... Mar 29, 2019
In Bloom Festival of Flowers at the Springfield Museums - Afro American Point of View
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The Springfield Museums Celebrates Seventh Festival of Flowers
Springfield (MA)—Welcome spring and join the Springfield Museums for the annual Festival of Flowers, Thursday, April 4–Sunday, April 7, 2019. This beautiful and creative annual celebration attracts more than 4,000 people to the Museums where visitors can bask in the beauty of floral arrangements created by local florists, designers, and garden club members.
“In addition to nearly fifty interpretive arrangements, Festival of Flowers will feature large-scale installations by Flowers, Flowers! and Durocher Florist,” said Larissa Murray, Director of Education at the Springfield Museums and organizer of this event. “And new this year, Springfield Florists Supply is offering a DIY Flower Workshop where visitors can learn from the experts while creating a hand-tied bouquet. Every visitor will be able to take home some of this beauty!”
This activity -filled festival also includes favorites such as special lectures, Museum School clas...
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