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Florists in Holton, KS

Find local Holton, Kansas florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Holton 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.

Holton Flower Shops

Expressions

406 Pennsylvania Ave
Holton, KS 66436
(785) 364-4297

Lee's Flower & Gift Shop

106 W 5Th St
Holton, KS 66436
(785) 364-2123

Holton KS News

Apr 7, 2017

Lee's Flowers has familiar faces as new owners

Lee’s Flowers in Holton got some new owners effective April 1, and one of them has a long work history with the flower business and actually fulfilled requirements for her horticulture associate’s degree some 40 years ago by working with the founder of the business, Signa Mahaffey.Terry and Sandy Bottom and their daughter Tracee Hewitt are the new owners of Lee’s Flowers after purchasing it from Candy McManigal.The name of the business will stay the same, they said.  “It’s been Lee’s for about 60 years now,” they said. “We can’t change it.”Sandy Bottom said Signa Mahaffey, the first owner of the business, named it after her husband Lee.For more on this story, please log in to your holtonrecorder.net account. (Holton Recorder)

Feb 3, 2016

Wilde Lake big winners at 3A East Indoor Track and Field regionals

I’m impressed to see them doing really well. Jamila Brown, she did great. That was her best time – she floats like a bee.” The Atholton girls 4x800 relay team of Fanny Yayi, Christina Rogers, Holly Ann Huff-Edsall and Celine Pisanic also touted a first place finish Tuesday, coming in at 10 minutes and 18.16 seconds. “All the hard work we’ve been putting in, the crazy outdoor running in the snow, almost getting hit by cars – it’s all worth it at the end when we come in first and I see my teammates behind me,” Huff-Edsall said. “I have such a good team and I’m very thankful for them.” The Raiders were the favorites heading into the 4x8 relay, but after getting out ahead early, they lost the lead for a few laps to eventual second-place Northern-Cal, but in the end Atholton proved to be 1.16 seconds faster. “It was crazy. I honestly at first – I know we were going to do well, kill it, but I didn’t expect them to come out of nowhere so that took me by surprise, but I knew to kick it in as much as I can and my teammates got me,” Yayi said. “Everyone was freaking out, but we knew we did all the hard work all the preparation,” Pisanic added. “But we knew we could do it, so we just need to believe in ourselves, believe in each other and win when it comes to results.” Raiders coach Ivan Alvarado was pleased with his girls despite pacing out a little slower than they normally would, but that is to be expected with only three days to prepare after a week-off due to the snowstorm. “They did very well. They looked a little rusty, but it’s OK they brought home a regional title,” he said after the win. “I was expecting Northern-Cal to be there with us, but at a much faster pace, but again, with the snow – even the boys times were off… Now in that sense (of regaining the lead) I was glad they raced the way they did. It just shows that they’re able to bounce back.” River Hill’s Sydney Robinson and Mt. Hebron’s Alexandra Banham also took home regional titles in their respective events. “(I feel) a little tired, I didn’t run for the past week. I’m happy I finished a good race out,” Banham said after coming in with a first place time of 2.26.04 in the girls 800-meters. “Just hit the last 100, keep a strong mind and finish it up strong. Hopefully getting back into training, I can hopefully break my PR (at states), but we’ll see.” As for Robinson, along with placing third and qualifying for states in girls 300-meter dash, the freshman set a school record in the 500, with a time of 1 minute and 18.62 seconds. “Run fast, run hard,” she said after crossing first in the 500. “I’m very happy, to be a freshman and run a 1.18 for the first time in a regional championship – I think it’s just really good. I’m excited, just excited to beat the River Hill School record for the 5.” Hawks coach Paul Hugus was very pleased with Robinson’s performance and how much she improved in her first year. “I’m very happy in the way she’s progressed throughout the season so far and for her to be able to run in these events in a very high level, is a great accomplishment,” he said. “I think it speaks a lot to her mental preparation and her background with youth track and I think we were able to bring her along.” Robinson led a very strong Hawks team, who had good finishes by Trent Rose, who placed second in the boys 1,600 and 3,200 meter races and Sophie Caplan who won a regional title in girls pole vault. River Hill also recorded second and third place finishes in the girl’s 4x400 and 4x800 relays, respectively. The 4x400 girls relay team of Robinson, Tiffany Wang, Jasmine Tiamfook and Brigette Wang also broke a ... (Baltimore Sun)

Dec 30, 2015

Monday's Scores

W.Va. 77, Hancock 34 Gaithersburg 81, Sherwood 76 Glen Burnie 77, Severna Park 42 Henry Wise 44, Bowie 43 Hereford 62, North Carroll 47 Howard 57, Atholton 39 Huntingtown 40, South River 28 Magruder 57, Damascus 47 Meade 94, Chopticon 41 Middleburg Academy, Va. 79, Avalon 29 New Town 61, Calvert Hall College 54 North Hagerstown 58, Walkersville 53 Oakland Mills 91, Hammond 85 Old Mill 51, Bluford Drew Jemison 47 Owings Mills 69, Pikesville 63 Parkville 57, Overlea 40 Patterson 54, Milford Mill 45 Paw Paw, W.Va. 71, Bishop Walsh 63 Pocomoke 72, Stephen Decatur 59 Quince Orchard 70, Springbrook 59 Reservoir 62, Marriotts Ridge 53 Richard Montgomery 66, Rockville 48 River Hill 57, Mt. Hebron 48 p xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2005/Atom" xmlns:apcm="http://ap.org/schemas/03/2005/apcm" xmln... (SFGate)