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Flowers By Lella
Address:
704 S Buffalo St
City:
Warsaw
State:
Indiana
Zip Code:
46580
Phone number:
(574) 306-2608
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Mar 9, 2017

#IWD2017: Global marches, strikes demand equality on Women's Day

March 8," said Alina Zabruyko, a 22-year-old student. "From the beginning it was a day for women's rights, not a day for flowers." In Warsaw, thousands of men and women gathered at Constitution Square, carrying signs that read, "Don't keep calm. Resist", "Girl power" and "Abortion is a woman's right". In the United States, hundreds of protesters — mostly women wearing red T-shirts and jumpers — rallied at a park outside the White House to protest President Donald Trump's policies on women. Many of the demonstrators carried signs condemning the reintroduction of a global "gag order" which prevents foreign charities from using US government funds to provide abortion services, information, counselling or referrals. "Donald Trump has got to go!" and "This is what democracy looks like!" protesters chanted. A nationwide call to strike on Women's Day, under the banner "A Day Without Women", led all schools to shut in the town of Alexandria, Virginia, with many teachers there joining the action. Trump, whose presidential campaign was nearly derailed by sexual harassment charges and his boasts about groping women, tweeted about his "tremendous respect for women and the many roles they serve that are vital to the fabric of our society and our economy." His tweets however triggered angry responses, with social media users accusing him of sexual assault and criticising his campaign's support for pro-life groups. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meanwhile vigorously defended women's access to abortion services, saying Wednesday that they have a right to "choose their path, their future." In Latin America, demonstrations against misogynistic violence were planned later Wednesday in several countries including Argentina, Brazil, El Salvador, Guatemala, Peru and Uruguay. The UN says the region accounts for half of the 25 countries in the world with the highest numbers of misogynistic murders. In Brazil, Rio de Janeiro's main airport marked the day ... (Jamaica Observer)

Dec 22, 2016

Robot Bees Will Pollinate Flowers When Real Bees Cannot | Digital ...

That is the mission of an unusual project taking place at Poland’s Warsaw University of Technology. For the past four years, researchers there have been working to build robotic bees, called B-Droids, which they hope can carry out some of these tasks. More: Harvard scientists just figured out how to make their robotic bee ‘perch’ on objects to save energy Through various iterations of the project, the robots have grown increasingly sophisticated — from early wheel-based bots which used computers to find nearby flowers to the latest version, a quadcopter able to move from flower to flower taking pollen samples. “The first field test took place in 2014,” Rafal Dalewski of Warsaw University of Technology’s Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering told Digital Trends. “Then we made the first pollination in 2015 and the first pollination biological efficiency test in 2016. This autumn we made first in-flight tests. Now we are seeking investors to go to startup phase. In [the next one-and-a-half] years I want to implement the first product — a mobile autonomous robot for precision agriculture.” In tests, the earlier wheel-based B-Droid successfully pollinated both garlic and strawberries. The newer flying v... (Digital Trends)

Nov 3, 2016

AP Photos: Poles pray, drink to dead on All Saints' Day

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Poles honored their dead on Tuesday, All Saints' Day, turning graveyards into seas of flickering candles and whispering prayers to the souls of their departed ancestors. Observing one of the most sacred days on the calendar for this deeply Catholic nation, people solemnly filled cemeteries across the country, the numbers diminished this year only somewhat by an autumn rain that fell on Warsaw and elsewhere. For many, Tuesday was the culmination of a four-day weekend devoted to returning to hometowns to clean tombstones and then adorn them with candles and fresh flowers. Those far from the resting places of loved ones paid their respects to the dead, too, visiting the burial sites of famous war heroes like Jozef Pilsudski and the graves of the countless fallen soldiers killed in the wars and the uprisings of the past — sacrifices long-remembered by a patriotic people with a turbulent history. Grazyna Blajer, a 56-year-old teacher, paid her respects in an ... (Santa Maria Times (subscription))

Feb 3, 2016

Thomas P. Zak Sr.

Zak Jr. of West Seneca, Steven (Elizabeth) Zak of Williamsville; sisters Mary (Rick) Smith of Batavia, Elaine Zak of Attica, Becky (Phil) Walker of Warsaw; mother-in-law Margaret Ingersoll; sister-in-law Cindy Zak of Warsaw; grandchildren Laura (Zachary) Signor, Kristin (Mitchell Selapack) Ash, Scotty Ash, Tyler Zak, Jonathan, Michael and Matthew Zak; great-grandchildren Troy and Amelia Signor, Aliyah Selapack along with brothers-in-law, sister-in-law and many nieces, nephews. Family and friends are invited to call on Thursday January 21, 2016 from 3-8 PM at Marley Funeral Home, LLC 135 Main Street Attica, New York 14011. A 10:00 AM Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Friday January 22, 2016 at St. Joachim and Ann Parish 50 East Avenue Attica, New York 14011. He will be laid to rest in Forest Hill Cemetery with full honors. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Attica American Legion Post 83 Market Street Attica, New York 14011. For more information please call 585-591-1212 or to leave a message of condolence please visit www.marleyfuneralhome.com. Arrangements completed by Marley Funeral Home, LLC. 135 Main Street Attica, New York 14011. (The Daily News Online)

Feb 3, 2016

WNY Weather History

Lake effect snow off of Lake Erie: 18 inches at Perrsyburg, 16 inches at Ellicottville, 15 inches at South Dayton, 13 inches at Arcade, 10 inches at Warsaw, and 8 inches at Jamestown and Dunkirk. January 9 1976: High snow drifts from 6 to 15 feet caused highway travel to be paralyzed and many roads closed including the New York State Thruway between Lackawanna and Dunkirk. Also many schools closed in the snowbelt sections during this snowstorm. 2008: Winds increased with gusts measured to 75 mph causing downed trees and power lines. 1998: Heavy rain of up to four inches over a well saturated ground caused 575 homes to be evacuated in the Town of Niagara, and one hundred homes had to be evacuated in Batavia. January 10 1979: Blizzard like conditions for most of the south towns bringing traffic to a standstill. 1997: The fourth greatest 24-hour snow total for the Buffalo suburbs:, 21.4 inches of snow was recorded at the Buffalo Airport and all flights into and out of the Buffalo Airport were canceled that night. ------------------------------------ Buffalo, NY -- The week of December 28th in Western New York weather history reminds us of damaging winds and snow, and record highs for the new year. December 28 1968: A half an inch of ice caused widespread damage and major power failures throughout Western New York. December 29 1984:Flood warnings for Cayuga, Ellicott, Cazenovia, Buffalo and Tonawanda creeks as area streams crested around a foot to a foot and a half above flood stages from heavy rain. The high temperature of 61 degrees broke the old record of 55 degrees set in 1884. December 30 1990:Heavy rain up to 2.75 inches and snowmelt produced drainage and road flooding across the Niagara Frontier, many basements were flooded and roads closed, area creeks and streams near bankful. December 31 2000: New Year's Eve low pressure caused lake effect: 11" at Niagara Falls, 10" Colden, 9" Greece, 7" Albion. 1998: Lake effect snowfall created near blizzard conditions: 23" in Orchard Park, 22" in Hamburg, 21" in East Aurora, and 20" in Blasdell. January 1 1999: New Year's Day snow event produced snowfall rates of 2 to 3 inches per hour and snow totals nearly 2 feet:South Dayton 14", Arcade 12", Cassadaga 10" and Springville 9". 1985: Record high temperature of 63 degrees at Buffalo, old record of 56 degrees. January 2 1995: Lake snow: Holland 41", Colden 37, Silver Creek 29, Wales 26, Strykersville and Eden 24, Arcade 18, Warsaw 17, Buffalo and Tonawanda 14, Alden and Orchard Park 9, and West Seneca and Lockport 8. January 3 1996: Snowfall: 18 inches at Webster and Batavia, 16 inches at Springville, 14 inches at Portageville and Sherman, 13 inches at Youngstown, Wellsville and Avon, 12 inches at Lockport and Franklinville, and 10 inches at Olean. --------------------------------------------------- Buffalo, NY -- The week of December 21st in Western New York weather history reminds us of several Christmas Day severe weather events. December 21 1993:Several school districts canceled classes as low pressure moved in producing snowfall: 9" Sherman, 8" Arcade, and 6" at Franklinville and Bristol. December 22 1997: Ice storm in the western southern tier caused many vehicle accidents as ice accumulated up to 1/2". December 23 1960:Heavy snow quickly hit Buffalo and the 10.2 inches of snow at the Airport closed it temporarily. 2007:A strong cold front brought damaging winds. Sustained winds 40 mph Niagara Falls International Airport and gusts to 61 mph at Buffalo Niagara International Airport. December 24 2001: Christmas Eve lake snow bands set up and several feet of snow accumulated: North Tonawanda 40", Pendleton 39", Wheatfield 31", Middleport 26", Niagara Falls 25", Lewiston 25" and Lockport 24", Buffalo Airport 81.6", West Seneca 72", Lancaster/Depew 67", Clarence 56", Buffalo 49-63", Amherst 46-55", Boston 48", Kenmore an... (WGRZ.com)

Feb 3, 2016

Zackery Sheffield

ARTICLE OPTIONS ZACKERY SHEFFIELD- Age 13, of Warsaw, passed away peacefully on January 27, 2016 at home. Zack was born on July 2, 2002 in Rochester, NY, son of the late David Sheffield and the late Alicia Guiles. Zack enjoyed 4-wheeling, fishing and video games. He also loved swimming in the ocean. Zack was known for his sense of humor and his big smile. He is survived by his sister, Brieanna Omans of Warsaw; his brother, Dustin Sheffield of Warsaw; his maternal grandparents, Francis Livingston of Warsaw and Roger “Bug” (Dee) Tozier of Orangeville; his paternal grandparents, Joan (Allen) Stalker of Warsaw; his great grandparents, Pat (Doc) Smith of Nunda, Marie Fox of Cherryville, NC, Joan (Charlie) Scime of Clarence; his godfather, Les Ryan of Leicester; his aunts and uncles, Jennie Bradley, Amy Guiles, Larry (Jenn) Guiles, Katrina (Dan) Tozier, Michael (Theresa) Sheffield, David Tozier, Becky Tozier Turner; and many cousins. Family and friends may call Sunday, January 31, 2016 from 6-8 PM and Monday, February 1, 2016 from 2-4 P... (The Daily News Online)

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