Hometown Florist & Gifts
Order flowers and gifts from Hometown Florist & Gifts located in Pineville KY for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 115 S Pine St, Pineville Kentucky 40977 Zip. The phone number is (606) 337-7070. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Hometown Florist & Gifts in Pineville KY. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Hometown Florist & Gifts delivers fresh flowers – order today.
Hometown Florist & Gifts
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Flowers and Gifts News
Feb 9, 2017
Show love to local businesses this Valentine's Day
Always Yours Flowers by Sheila
Orders placed before Feb. 13 get a 10 percent discount at Always Yours Flowers by Sheila in Pineville. In addition to flowers, Always Yours offers a goodie basket for men. Call 318-640-9600 to order.
Inglewood Farm is offering a special Valentine's market on Feb. 13 with local vendors on site. The market will be loaded from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. with local foods, including meat and dairy options for a homemade Valentine's Day meals. Vendors will be selling unique crafts and goods as well.
Cenla's Choice for best spa is offering a series of customized packages for Valentine's Day. Those include the three-hour "escape" package with a microdermabrasion facial, the four-hour radiance package with a 60-minute massage and more. For every $100 spent on a gift certificate, customers receive $20 free. Call 318-449-4717 for more information.
Nearby Natchitoches bed and breakfasts offer a variety of packages for a romantic getaway, which can be viewed online here.
Plus, Northwestern State University's chapter of Phi Mu Alpha will be out and about, serenading couples on the downtown riverbank on Valentine's Day.
The group will perform serenades on and off campus from 2-8 p.m. on Feb. 14. They will be in the Hanchey Gallery all day and on Front Street from 6-8 p.m. Each performance comes with a rose. To book a serenade, contact chapter treasure Logan Turner at (318) 507-8261 or email@example.com.
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... (Alexandria Town Talk)Jan 8, 2016
Real Estate Transactions: Jan. 10
P. Zink, 0.697 acres on New Creech Road, Selma $88,000.
Bruce D. Lewis and Kim L. Lewis to Stephen P. Broadhead and Laura A. Broadhead, Lot 37 in Pineville West @ The Village subdivision, Wilders Township, $550,000.
Golden Properties and Development Inc. to Anthony J. Bascone and Janet M. Bascone, Lot 173 in Kyndal subdivision, Cleveland Township, $242,000.
David R. Hartman Jr. and Bobbie L. Hartman to Peter W. Pinelli, Christy G. White and Melissa A. White, Lot 6 in Little Creek Farms subdivision, Clayton Township, $167,500.
DWF Development Inc. to RHS Building Contractors Inc., lots 14 and 18 in Evergreen subdivision at Flowers Plantation, Wilders Township, $120,000.
DWF Development Inc. to MF Homes Inc., lots 15 and 17 in Evergreen subdivision at Flowers Plantation, $120,000.
Miland Inc. to Juan Rosario Rosa and Osmeda Reanos Fajardo, Lot 34 in Riverstone subdivision, Wilson’s Mills Township, $180,000.
Jeffery A. Adams and Penny Jo Adams to Dale L. Witman and Deborah Witman, 1.63 acres in Clayton Township, $170,000.
W. Stan Taylor, et al, to Charles Barrett Stanley and Cheryl H. Stanley, 50.35 acres Ingrams Township, $60,000.
Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance Inc. and Michael Shelton, agent, to Leovardo Candido, Lot 53 in Holts Landing subdivision, $88,000.
Kevin M. Owens and Sandy Owens to Clinton A. Clay and Casey N. Clay, Lot 59 in Springfield subdivision, $185,000.
Kathryn Lassiter Stokes and Charles L. Stokes Jr. to Willard Proctor Hinnant Jr., 1.14 acres, $35,500.
Golden Properties and Development Inc. to Raechel Louise Hill and Andrew M. Hill, Lot 116 in Kyndal subdivision, Cleveland Township, $260,000.
James D. Goldston Jr. and Louise F. Goldston to Ali Bajes Ewais, lots in Beulah Township, $130,000.
The Rosa G. Lewis estate to Martin A. Mathes, Lot 21 in White Oak Farms subdivision, $124,000.
Ryan Thomas McCombs and Joy McCombs to Chad A. Massengill and Devin A. Gower, Lot 37 in Lee Chase subdivision, Clayton Township, $137,500.
FSC IV LLC to RMS Investments LLC, two lots in Riverwood Athletic Club’s Ravens Ridge subdivision, $84,000.
TMD Residential Properties LLC to Richard Dennis Gerst and Karen L. Gerst, one lot, $226,000.
McKee Homes LLC and Christopher T. Salyer to Crystal Williams, Lot 50 in Trace at Summerwind Plantation subdivision, $179,500.
Wade Jurney Homes Inc. to Michelle Njie and Omar Njie, Lot 35 in Mitchiner Hills subdivision, $113,000.
Edward Lane Pollard and Cheri Stephenson Pollard to Dulon Devon Pollard Jr., Lot 132 in Eden Woods subdivision, $75,000.
Richard Ryan and Teresa Ryan to Justin Battle and Kevan Liss, Lot 25 in Starmont Forest subdivision, $210,000.
Lanny K. Clifton Builder Inc. to Matthew W. Woodli... (News & Observer)Dec 30, 2015
Geraldine Hillard Matthews -- Bowman
At an early age, Geraldine began her spiritual walk at Providence Baptist Church in the Providence community but moved her membership to Pineville United Methodist Church with her husband and worked faithfully in various capacities. At Pineville, she was the first female elected to the church administrative board, where she served as chairperson for 10 years. She had served as a head usher and in the following auxiliaries: People Parish Relationship Committee, Senior Ushers, Nominating Committee, Administrative Council and Senior Choir. Geraldine was a creative children's sermon leader and a class leader. She was also a devout Bible study student.
Geraldine was a stellar wife, mother, role model, neighbor and friend whose genuine warmth radiated to those she encountered. She embraced everyone with a philanthropic spirit of compassion and love. Her wit and vibrant personality captivated and illuminated the hearts and minds of many.
Left to treasure her memory are her beloved husband of 54 years, Sen. John Wesley Matthews Jr.; five children, Cynthia (Kenneth) John (Orangeburg), Michael (Sherry) Matthews of Baltimore, Stephanie (Derrick) Hicks of League City, Texas, John (Jacqueline) Matthews III of Ewa Beach, Hawaii, and Brian (Deitra) Matthews of Columbia; 10 grandchildren, Corliss Hicks, Kenya John, Matthew Hicks, Emery Matthews, Lauren Hicks, Jonathan Matthews, Caroline Matthews, Sheridan Matthews, Claudia Matthews and Jaedon Matthews; a great-grandchild, Kingston John; two brothers, Louis Hillard of Washington, D.C., and John Hilliard of Santee; two sisters, Lou Queen Hilliard of Bowman and Shirley Nelson of Orangeburg; two aunts, Marthella Crawford and Thelma Gooden; three brothers-in-law, Roosevelt (Alma) Matthews, Joshua (Katherine) Matthews and Booker T. Matthews; and a sister-in-law, Deloris Hillard. Also left to cherish her memories are a host of relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents, John T. and Mariah Hillard; a brother, the Rev. Richard Hillard; and a sister, Dorothy Seawright.
A wake will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 30, at Pineville United Methodist Church, 1808 Winter Creek Road, Bowman.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 31, at Bethune-Bowman High School, with the Rev. Barbara L. Reid, eulogist, and Dr. James P. Smith presiding. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
The casket will be placed in the gymnasium at 10 a.m. The funeral procession will leave from the home at 10:30 a.m.
The family is receiving relatives and friends at the home.
Visitation will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 30, at Glover's Funeral Home.
These services have been entrusted to the management and staff of Glover's Funeral Home, 2562 Charleston Highway, Orangeburg.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made to the Pineville United Methodist Church Building Fund and mailed in honor of Geraldine H. Matthews to P.O. Box 292, Bowman, SC; or to the local cancer society.
Online condolences may be made at gloversfuneralhome.com.
(The Times and Democrat)
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