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Florists in Brandenburg, KY

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

Brandenburg Flower Shops

Broadway Florist

125 Broadway
Brandenburg, KY 40108
(270) 422-7777

Designs By Mary

349 Broadway St
Brandenburg, KY 40108
(270) 422-2119

Donna Reed's Flowers

405 Broadway
Brandenburg, KY 40108
(270) 422-3333

Brandenburg KY News

Sep 14, 2016

FLOWERS: It's a great time to be a Red Devil

Red Team: ¦ Kendra Babineau, elementary ¦ Michael Barnes, transportation ¦ Madisyn Berry, middle school ¦ Will Bosley, middle school ¦ Amber Brandenburg, elementary ¦ Jennifer Bruce, middle school ¦ Mark Christian, high school ¦ Sara DePaepe, high school ¦ Heath Flowers, middle school ¦ Kathy Graham, elementary ¦ Chantelle Hamilton, intermediate ¦ Lauren Hooper, high school ¦ Linda Howard, custodial services ¦ Clara Humble, intermediate ¦ Jessica Jackson, elementary ¦ Heather Jones, intermediate ¦ David Lackey, high school ¦ Elwin Lamon, high school ¦ Josh Lee, transportation ¦ Katie Martin, intermediate ¦ Samantha Martin, middle school ¦ Chandler Modisette, middle school ¦ John Oliver, transportation ¦ Debbie Prescott, middle school ¦ Audrey Purvis, middle school ¦ Jena Rouse, middle school ¦ Lindsey Smithhart, elementary ¦ Emily Stanberry, intermediate ¦ Molly Stringer, special services ¦ Victor Villarreal, high school ¦ Quinteny Weatherd, custodial services ¦ Tana Williams, elementary ¦ Jonathan Willson, middle school/high school The first day of school is just around the corner. Let’s get it started. It’s a great time to be a Red Devil. David Flowers is the superintendent of Huntington ISD. His email address is (Lufkin Daily News)

Apr 22, 2016

How do you present shop for the Queen?

Perhaps that was what German President Joachim Gauck was thinking when he gave the Queen a marzipan model of a Berlin monument, the Brandenburg Gate.It is not known whether the Queen in fact demolished the marzipan monument.Bag of salt Last year, the Queen was given a bag of salt by the governor of the British Virgin Islands.The 1lb bag was traditionally given to the British monarch as rent - rather than a present - for Salt Island, one of the islands in the Caribbean archipelago.The custom dates back to the days of Queen Victoria when salt was harvested on the island, but had fallen away until it was resurrected by the governor John Duncan in 2015.This year, the islands held a special "salt-breaking ceremony" in honour of the Queen's 90th birthday.Fairy dust and mangoes The official list of gifts given to members of the Royal Family, which is released every year, could be used as inspiration for anyone needing to come up with a present.Last year's list revealed some bizarre offerings from world leaders, sports stars, and general well-wishers.Prince Charles got a packet of fairy dust when he visited New Zealand in November, and a lot of dates - 32 packets and two buckets - and a pot of churned butter from Saudi Arabia.Prince George got a huge haul of presents in 2014, which included a possum-skin cloak from his trip to Australia and New Zealand.That year, Princess Anne got a box of 100 mangoes from President Mamnoon Hussain of Pakistan.Prince Andrew got a model of a surface-to-air missile from MBDA Systems. The Duke of Kent received gifts including a picture of a washing machine.If in doubt, diamonds Of course it's not all fairy dust and whoopee cushions. The official gift lists show the Queen receives plenty of precious items too.Amongst gifts to the Queen last year, for example, was a sapphire and diamond brooch in the shape of a fern from the president of Sri Lanka. Jewellery was also what Prince Philip gave his bride on their wedding day. He designed her engagement ring, made of 11 diamonds, and her wedding gift bracelet, himself. (BBC News)