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Florists in Brookston, IN

Find local Brookston, Indiana florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Brookston 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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Jan 8, 2016

Property transfers

L. Moment, Section 2, 3954 Carolyn St., Lots 4 and 5, Block W, Belair Hills Estates, $22,000 Calvin E. Brown and Phyllis Brown to Javonne Jones, 1405 Brookstone Road, Lot 3, Block B, Phase I, Walton Hills, $95,000 DEC. 17 Dozier & Dunagan Properties LLC and Henry Lorber & Associates LLC to Milton Bennings, 1918 Evening Drive, Lot 18, Block J, Silvercrest, $22,500 Wahid Hasan to Bebe S. Hasan and Wahid Hasan, Section 2C, 2727 Cranbrook Drive, Lot 13, Block J, Phase I, Woodlake; and Section Nine A, 3850 Fairington Drive, Lot 28, Block I, Fairington Bankers Trust Co. of California NA Truste…, Deutsche Bank National Trust Co. Trustee and Vendee Mortgage Trust 1993 3. United Stat... to Michael Sapp and Krystle Sapp, 2706 Loren Parkway, Lot 3, Block A, Phase 3, Hidden Hills, $69,000 Robert Marion Grzeskiewicz to Julio Cesar Medina Clemente, Lot 15, Block C, Springfield, $55,000 Thomas J. Hewett and Thomas Jennings Hewett to Para Brothers LLC, 0.41 of an acre, Tract A, Easement, $181,500 Ann M. Reckentine, G J. Reckentine and George J. Reckentine to Anthony M. Branch and Priscilla Diane Branch, Section Nine A, Lot 7, Block K, Fairington, $119,000 Rick Busby and Buzzbee Investments LLC to Nanik Ram, Lot 4, Block B, Bertram Court th…, $90,000 High Pointe Investment LLC and Charlotte H. Thompson to Mount Paran Homes of Augusta Inc., Lots 11, 12 and 13, Block B, Phase II, Spread Oak Plantation, $45,000 James R. Key to Alfonzo Jackson Jr., Section II, 2410 Southgate Drive, Lot 15, Block F, Southgate Villa, $20,000 Flagstar Bank FSB to Department of Housing and Urban Development, Section V-A, 2185 Ramblewood Drive, Lot 15, Block M, Pepperidge Delese B. Abell, Delese Blanchard Abell, David Eubanks Blanchard and Patrick Dean Blanchard to Randall A. Sconyers, Lot, on the west side of Old Waynesboro Road, Deed Book R120 Page 1232, 4343 Old Waynesboro Road, $25,000 Robert S. Makowski to L. Whisper James and Daniel K. Daugherty, Section Five, Lot 1, Block W, F.R. Miles, $71,800 DEC. 18 Wells Fargo Bank NA to Department of Veterans Affairs, Section III-A, 4106 Whispering Pines Road, Lot 10, Block F, Goshen Plantation GPA Holdings LLC to Robert Earl Rice Revocable Trust and Robert Earl Rice Trust, Deed Book B1508 Page 1283, Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Block B, Gordon Park Fall Line Equity Inc. to Robert E. Anderson Sr., Lot 24, Block B, Stevens Woods Department of Veterans Affairs to Jsc Investments Inc., Section 1, Lot 16, Block A, Forest Park, $72,000 CR Properties 2015 LLC to A&C Investments Inc., Lot 1 and part of Lot 2, Carol Acres, $16,000 Sadie Elizabeth Lewis to Emem B. Stuppard, Lot 12, Block C, Windsor Forest, $156,000 ... (The Augusta Chronicle)

Dec 30, 2015

On Brooksville's Main Street, an Old-Fashioned Christmas

Edward Jones Financial will be serving Christmas cookies and hot chocolate AND giving each child a small toy. Brookstone Wines will offer a free wine tasting with samples of their seasonal Cranberry Chianti. A Christmas-themed movie will be shown at Main Street Eatery (with popcorn, of course). Stop by SunTrust for punch and cookies. Children, bring your parents by the Gallery of Arts, 259 Howell Ave., for an ice cream cone or sundae at half price. Rising Sun Bistro & Market will be hosting Christmas cookie decorating. Artwork by Spring Hill Artists will be on display at Easy Street Home Décor. Visit the Peace Tree Trading Post at 770 E Jefferson St. They will Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snow at the top of the Hill. Join the Holiday Open House offering from the Hawkins House, Westover’s Flowers, The Pearl Porch and Mallie Kyla’s Café. Street vendors will sell holiday wares. For information, go to Brooksville Hernando County Christmas on Main Street TB Reporter #Brooksville #HernandoCounty #ChristmasonMainStreet #TBReporter Share this: Like this: Like Loading... Related ... (TB Reporter (blog))

Oct 12, 2015

Insurance firms J. Smith Lanier and Flowers Agency merge, to consolidate ...

J. Smith Lanier & Co. of West Point, Ga., and The Flowers Agency of Columbus have merged, with plans to consolidate their Columbus offices to Brookstone Centre office park by the middle of October. The merger, effective Sept. 1, brings together one of the oldest insurance companies in the U.S., with J. Smith Lanier founded just after the Civil War, and the relatively young Flowers Agency, founded by Thomas Flowers in 1980. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Robert Culpepper, J. Smith Lanier senior executive vice president and managing director, in a statement, said the union between the two “enhances our excellent relationships with the insurance carriers, giving us additional strength to provide the best coverages, at the best price to meet our client’s benefit needs.” Flowers expressed excitement about the merger involving his insurance firm, which serves individuals and corporate clients throughout the Columbus area. “Both companies have a long tradition of excellence in customer service and we believe the combination will allow us to provide even greater value to our customers,” he said in a statement. The Flowers Agency will relo... (Columbus Ledger-Enquirer)