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Flowers and Gifts News
Feb 23, 2017
Florists brace for Valentine's rush
It's my favorite holiday, though, because it's fast and fierce and then it's over."Deborah Oliver, of Russellville Florist, said the day's madness is countered by the entertainment it brings."A lot of customers don't know exactly what they want, and a lot know exactly what to get," Oliver said. "The guys usually are the ones who (buy) flowers. They think that makes the biggest impression."She said they have additional workers inside the store and for delivery. Oliver said an important moment is when the flowers are presented to the recipient."They perk up when you walk in," Oliver said. "They're like, 'Is it mine?' I love to see people's impressions. They are thrilled, or are like, 'Who sent that?'"Joey Kimbrough, owner of Kaleidoscope Florist and Designs in Florence, said Valentine's Days that fall on a Tuesday or Wednesday are particularly challenging."It's 40-percent busier than any other day Valentine's falls on," Kimbrough said. He said family demands during the weekday likely prevent some couples from going out, and the fact that it's mid-week keeps others from going on extended weekend trips. As a result, people are more likely to order flowers."When it falls in the latter part of the week, they'll go to the movies, dinner or out of town for a couple of days," Kimbrough said.He said his company has 20 delivery vans ready today. "We'll run a lot of deliveries, and turn it over quickly."Roses continue to be the top seller, Kimbrough said."Especially middle age to older generations, they definitely want roses," he said. "The dozen to two dozen are the biggest sellers for them. The younger generation tends to want garden-mix designs."April Parish, of Will and Dee's Florist in Florence, said some men are anxious when they come into the shop because they are in unfamiliar territory. Others know exactly what they want."Some say their wife doesn't ... (Times Daily)Feb 9, 2017
Deaths Summary for Monday, January 30, 2017
Christine Reeves Judy, died Saturday. Arrangements by Bryant Funeral Home of St. George.
LESSINGTON, Harry Lee, 65, of New York, formerly of Russellville, S.C., died Friday. Arrangements by Henryhand's Andrews, S.C. Chapel.
MORRIS, Charleen Cheatham, 68, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., wife of William A. Morris, died Friday. Arrangements by Stuhr's West Ashley Chapel of Charleston, S.C.
THOMPSON, Levi, 53, of Yemassee died Saturday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home.
WALKER, Dorothy Mae, 80, of Yemassee died Saturday. Arrangements by Young Funeral Home.
(Charleston Post Courier)Nov 9, 2016
Conway Master Gardener receives local, state honors
Debra has been an eager new Master Gardener, and we see an up-and-coming future leader in our program.”
Meg Fox of Russellville, chairwoman of the County 76 Recruitment, Retention and Recognition Project that oversees the state awards that are presented each year, said, “While I don’t know Debra well, she recently joined the RRR Project of County 76, and I can tell she will be a real asset for the project.”
Stansel said she worked on several Master Gardener projects at the Faulkner County Museum.
“I just really enjoy working there, especially in the heirloom garden,” she said.
“They have an open house every year,” she said. “Last year, I organized and coordinated an educational booth featuring the herbs they grow in the garden. It was a children’s educational booth where we made sachets using the herbs.
“I also love photography. I coordinated with the museum to organize a photography exhibit featuring the native plants and flowers that grow in Faulkner County. That exhibit — Flowers in Focus — featured photos taken by many of our Master Gardeners and was on display at the museum for a month.”
Stansel said she plans to keep active with the Faulkner County Master Gardeners and with County 76. She is now the Master Gardener project leader for the Faulkner County Museum committee and is a member of the Master Gardener field-trip committee.
Stansel retired a few years ago after 20 years as a supervisory U.S. probation officer in Little Rock. She grew up in Georgia but was born in
“My dad was in the Air Force, and we moved all around,” she said.
She graduated from Northside High School in Warner Robbins, Georgia, and from Valdosta State College (now Valdosta State University) with a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice.
She met her husband, Steve Stansel, while in Valdosta. He is retired from the U.S. Border Patrol and is now a corporate pilot for Koontz Electric Co. in Morrilton.
The Stansels were married in 1978 and have one son, Jon-Stephen, 35.
Jon-Stephen and his wife, Annie, are expecting a baby boy soon. They live in San Marcos, Texas, where he is the social-media coordinator at Texas State University.
Debra Stansel grows a wide variety of plants and flowers in her backyard.
When asked what her favorite flower is, she said, “I love all flowers, but maybe because we’re expecting our first grandchild, I’ll have to say the daffodil — the Sir Winston Churchill Daffodil.
“Jon-Stephen and Annie are naming their son Winston, after Winston Churchill,” she said, smiling.
“... (Arkansas Online)Jun 10, 2016
Tuesday's High Country Sports Update....
Class 3A state champion. Season over.
33. (36) Blessed Trinity (Roswell, Ga.), 33-4Season over.
34. (37) Buford (Ga.), 32-5Season over.
35. (39) Russellville (Ala.), 47-7Alabama Class 5A state champion. Season over.
36. (40) Steinbrenner (Lutz, Fla.), 27-5Florida Class 8A state champion. Season over.
37. (41) Gaither (Tampa, Fla.), 20-9Florida Class 7A state champion. Season over.
38. (44) Alamo Heights (San Antonio), 26-7Alamo Heights blanked Borne-Champion (Boerne) 2-0 behind the pitching of Forrest Whitley, who gave up just two hits and struck out 14. The Mules advanced to the Class 5A state tournament.
39. (43) Venice (Fla.), 26-6Season over.
40. (45) Calallen (Corpus Christi, Texas), 27-4Season over.
41. (47) Prestonwood Christian (Plano, Texas), 35-1TAPPS Class 5A state champion. Season over.
42. (48) Hanover (Mechanicsville, Va.), 22-1Hanover won the 4A East Region championship with an 11-0 win over Jamestown on Saturday. Hanover also defeated Luisa 2-0 in the first round of the tournament and Lafayette 14-3 in the semifinals. Hanover advanced to the Class 4A state tournament with the win.
43. (49) Siegel (Murfreesboro, Tenn.), 31-9Tennessee Class AAA state champion. Season over.
44. (50) East (Shawnee Mission, Kan.), 17-4Kansas Class 6A state champion. Season over.
45. (NR) Amarillo (Texas), 32-14Amarillo defeated Midland Lee in two strai... (Go Blue Ridge)
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