Rennie's Flower Shoppe
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Rennie's Flower Shoppe
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Flowers and Gifts News
Jun 19, 2020
Jeanette Barron | Obituary - Andover Townsman
The Network, and then at H&R Block. Jeanette was a member of the former Sacred Heart Church, Lawrence, Mass., and Saint Michael Parish, North Andover, Mass., where she and Bill helped facilitate the Alpha Program. Jeanette and Bill enjoyed square dancing with the local clubs, and made many life-long friends there. They were married for 46 years, and she deeply missed him after his passing in 2008. For many years, Jeanette was very active at the Andover Senior Center and its many programs. She and Bill belonged to the "Andover Chroniclers," the team who produced the local cable TV show "Something About Andover." Jeanette volunteered for ESL classes, helping her many Chinese friends in attendance. She participated in the Center's many workshops, and lunches. Jeanette loved people, parades, fireworks, animals, concerts, high-school reunions, and "Saturday Morning Coffee" in downtown Andover. She frequented activities at St. Augustine and St. Michael Parishes, and enjoyed inviting others, young and old, to join her. Jeanette often spoke of her friends and fun at the "Senior Link" Program, sponsored by the Free Christian Church, Andover. Jeanette is survived by her three children, Michelle Barron of Andover, Valerie Luque and her husband Norman of Derry, N.H., David Barron of San Jose, Calif.; and her sister Pauline Kulak of Derry, N.H. Our family is grateful to the staff at St. Michael Parish, and at Mass General Hospital for their care and support. COVID-19 restrictions limited attendance to Jeanette's funeral Mass and burial. A Celebration of Life for family and friends will be announced at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Mass General Hospital, the MSPCA, Nevins Farm, Methuen, MA, or Angel Memorial H... Jun 19, 2020
Susan (Buggea) DeQuattro | Obituary - Andover Townsman
She also leaves behind two beloved sisters, Jenny Podbliewski of Lawrence, and Nancy Boucher, of North Andover,. Susan's funeral mass will be held at St. Augustine's Church in Andover, at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. Burial for family only is at Immaculate Conception Cemetery, Lawrence, MA immediately following. In lieu of flowers, Susan has requested donations be made to the Autism Fund at autism.org/donate. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Burke-Magliozzi Funeral Home of Andover. www.burkemagliozzi.com.
... Jul 27, 2017
Pick your own flower bouquet at the Stevens-Coolidge Place
NORTH ANDOVER — Brighten your days with fresh flowers from The Stevens-Coolidge Place's recently opened Flower Fields Cutting Garden.The flower cutting garden will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday from now until mid-October. In addition to pick-your-own standards like zinnias, cosmos and rudbeckia, visitors will find new varieties to add pop and flair to their bouquets. Please note there is a fee to cut flowers and picking is only available at the flower cutting garden during pick-your-own hours. The cost is $5 per 10 stems for Trustees members, and $10 for 10 stems for non-members. Be sure to stop by the tent to pick up scissors, a cup, and water before starting your bouquet. Extend your visit and explore the other Stevens-Coolidge gardens including a French Potager Garden, Rose Garden, and Perennial Garden. The gardens are full of fun adventures for all ages. The Stevens-Coolidge Place is located at 137 Andover St., North Andover. Fashion show to benefit youth... (Eagle-Tribune)Dec 15, 2016
Friends, family mourn slain Massachusetts teen at funeral
Nelson Maldonado, 59, of Lawrence said he never met the boy but wanted to show his support for his family.
"I wanted to pay my respects," he told the North Andover, Massachusetts Eagle-Tribune.
Superintendent of Schools Jeff Riley, Assistant Superintendent Mary Lou Bergeron, Michael Fiato, Lawrence High headmaster, and Mayor Daniel Rivera all arrived to pay their respects to the family when services started at 4 p.m.
LHS student Genessi Ramirez, 17, went to the service because she wanted Viloria-Paulino's family to know the community supports them "in their tragic loss."
"And that justice should be made," she added.
On Thursday, Dec. 1, a woman walking her dog called police after spotting a decapitated body on a river bank about a mile from the high school.
Within minutes, the area was teeming with police officers and detectives.
The following day, the body was officially identified as Viloria-Paulino, who was reported missing by his family members on Nov. 19.
His classmate, Mathew Borges, 15, is being held without bail, charged with first-degree murder.
According to police, Borges told an unidentified witness that he stabbed and then beheaded Viloria-Paulino on Nov. 18 after the two went to the river bank that evening to smoke marijuana.
The motive for the murder remains unclear.
At the funeral home Friday evening, mourners knelt to pray in front of a white casket adorned by several sprays and vases of flowers. The poster board signed by students was displayed among pictures of Viloria-Paulino throughout his life, according to mourners.
A stunning black and white portrait of Viloria-Paulino by local artist Samil Alba was also on display in the funeral home.
LHS teacher Sondra Longo said the murder has "been such a blow to the high school community."
"I just wanted to show the family we are all there for them," she said as she was leaving the funeral home Friday night.
Students, she said... (Rockwall County Herald Banner)Aug 29, 2016
Veterans Benefits Fair kicks off today
Parking and a courtesy shuttle will be available from West Elementary School at 58 Beacon St., Andover.
Make your own flower crown
NORTH ANDOVER — Cut flowers at the Stevens-Coolidge Place and then use them to create a beautiful flower crown on Saturday, Sept. 3.
From 1 to 3 p.m. at the Stevens-Coolidge Place, 86 Andover St., North Andover, staff will have all the supplies and instructions necessary to learn how to make floral crowns of your own design.
Participants of all ages encouraged to attend the event, which costs $5 for Trustees of Reservations members, and $10 for non-members.
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(Eagle-Tribune)Jun 22, 2016
Don't give up on those dead-looking plants
I have never done anything special to protect it during the winter months, and it had flourished.
ARLENE COX, North Andover
A. I lost some baptisia, too, though not every one. I think it just got too cold (minus-15 at my house), but keep hope alive. Ten minutes ago I found a native wisteria vine and a rose bush, both given up for dead, pushing up new shoots. Most dead-looking plants will sprout again from the roots. Prune off the dead tops of shrubs such as roses and hydrangeas to make room for the new growth.
Q. Red sorrel is invading my lawn. How can I get rid of it?
SANDRA F., Lexington
A. Red sorrel grows in soil that is acidic and infertile. I would just fertilize and lime your lawn. (Your grass will grow better, then, too.) If you don’t use poisons such as herbicides on your lawn, you can hand-weed sorrel and try it in some of the many recipes on the Internet, which use it a lot like dill with fish and in soups. It’s tangy and nutritious.
You can buy gynoecious cucumber seeds, which is a great way to keep them away from cucumber beetles. Try: www.johnnyseeds.com/assets/information/cucumbers-types-terminology-8989.pdf
AMIE LINDENBOIM, Brookline
Carol: In my June 5 column, I wrote about vegetables that produced both male and female flowers and require pollination (sometimes by hand) to fruit (“Keep planting, and take some time to check out garden tours”). Thank you, Amie, for sending in this link to Johnny’s Selected Seeds, which sells seeds for newer cucumber varieties that are gynoecious, “which means they have mostly or only female flowers (the ones that make the fruits.)” Cucumbers with all female flowers are earlier and have higher yields, and many kinds don’t require pollination.
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