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Flowers and Gifts News

Jun 22, 2019

Margate Artist Wins “Flowers” Art Show - OCNJ Daily

Barbara B. Rosin, of Margate, wins first place for her “Pitchers and Petals” oil on glass artwork. (Photos courtesy of Ocean City Fine Arts League) The Ocean City Fine Arts League announced the winners in the “Flowers” Art Show & Exhibition in June. First place: Barbara B. Rosin, Margate, “Pitchers and Petals,” oil on glass. Second place: Jill Snyder, Margate, “Sunny Spring,” mosaic. Third place: Donna Mindish, Northfield, “Luminous,” pastel. Honorable mention: Kathleen Arleth, Somers Point, “Bouquet,” photograph. Honorable mention: Christine Thomas, “Flower Power,” mixed media. The Fine Arts League is celebrating the summer season July through August, so artists are encouraged to paint their favorite beach memories. The league is a co-op of artists and volunteers who maintain the Art on Asbury Gallery at 711 Asbury Ave. in Ocean City. For more information, call (609) 814-0308 or visit Jill Snyder, of Margate, took second place with her “Sunny Spring” mosaic.

Feb 9, 2017

Verderose, Barbara E Powrie

South Jersey banks and retired as a Vice President Commercial Loan Officer at Newfield National Bank in 2007.She met her husband in Ocean City, NJ in 1976 and they were a team on many fun projects and travel adventures for 40 years. After retiring she divided her time between Newfield, Ocean City, New Jersey, their home in Sarasota, FL and their summer cottage on Lake Waneta, located in the Finger Lakes Region of NY. Barbara's amazing dinners, baking, constant hospitality and entertaining were renown. Barbara's grandchildren were a great joy in her life. Attending their concerts, taking them to the beach and the lake and just spending time together was the most special time for her.Barbara enjoyed the out of doors: camping, kayaking, gardening and many vigorous outdoor activities. She was known for her garlic and rhubarb gardens, and her rhubarb pies sold out first at bake sales. She was an active church member wherever she lived. Volunteer work that involved physical activity was her favorite such as working on Habitat for Humanity houses, volunteering time in Mississippi following Katrina and sorting clothes and food at pantry's. An avid animal lover, she walked service dogs and when traveling always had her cat by her side.Barbara was predeceased by her parents, Robert A. and Alice Johnson Powrie. Surviving family include her husband Charles Verderose, son LeRoy McDowell IV (Allison), grandchildren Sean and Sarah McDowell, stepchildren ... (Press of Atlantic City)

Jun 22, 2016

Former Upper Township school board president remembered

Sunday, June 12. Zoerb, of Marmora, served on the Upper Township Board of Education for 10 years and was a voting representative on the Ocean City Board of Education. She became a field service representative with the New Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA) in 2008. Upper Township Superintendent Vincent Palmieri said Zoerb was school board president when he became superintendent. He said she was a great advocate for kids on both sides of the bridge, and a terrific person to her friends and family. “She will be sincerely missed, however, never forgotten,” he said. Zoerb was the field service representative for the NJSBA serving school boards in Atlantic, Cape May and Cumberland counties. She also served two districts in Ocean County, Little Egg Harbor Township and Pinelands Regional, as well as two in Gloucester County, East Greenwich and Kingsway. She “strived every day to make a difference for children,” according to a NJSBA press release. “Everyone who knew Charlene found her to be highly professional and, above all else, a wonderful and caring person,” said Dr. Lawrence S. Feinsod, NJSBA executive director. “Her passing is a loss to the New Jersey School Boards Association, her co-workers and the local boards of education who she served in an exempla... (Shore News Today)

May 3, 2016

Five affordable Mother's Day ideas

Buy Photo As Ocean City's Springfest celebrates the season on Mother's Day weekend, now is the time to plan the garden. (Photo: Gannett file photo) Help her plant a garden With the onset of the first few days of warm weather, the impulse to get out in the garden can be hard to resist. However, it is usually best to wait until the threat of frost has passed. Ernie DeAngelis, manager at Sunshine Tomato in Rehoboth Beach, says the ideal time to plant is Mother's Day weekend. Located on Coastal Highway, Sunshine Tomato offers a variety of tropical flowers like hibiscus and hydrangeas, as well as traditional annuals like marigolds, geraniums and roses. The center also offers mixed containers and hanging baskets for quick gift ideas. If you can't spend the day gardening with mom, you can always send her a plant — it'll be a gift that will remind her of your thoughtfulness, long past her day of celebration. Buy Photo Michelle Rideau of Georgetown buys butterhead lettuce and broccoli from Evans Farms at the Milton farmers market. (Photo: Joe Lamberti photo) Splurge at the local farmers market Maybe you've skipped over a fancy cheese or a costly cut of tenderloin during your regular grocery store trips. Well, Mother's Day is the perfect opportunity to splurge on these types of items, and source them locally. On some level, it will still be cheaper than a restaurant. Check out magazines like "Every Day with Rachel Ray" to figure out which items pair best with others. You will have an impressive spread and mom will appreciate the effort and creativity you put together. Click here to view Delmarva's guide for summer markets. img itemprop="url" src=" (Delmarva Daily Times)

Feb 2, 2016

Theresa Harvey

Knights of Columbus Auxiliary. She was a member of both St Lawrence the Martyr Catholic Church in Chester and of St. Luke’s Catholic Church in Ocean City. She will be remembered by her family and friends for her devotion to her children and grandchildren, her sense of humor, her sweet tooth, her competitive spirit and love of games, her unyielding faith, her unwavering determination in the face of physical difficulties and her unmatched kindness and love for others. She will be sincerely missed by all who had the pleasure of crossing her path. Cremation followed her death. Services will be at a later date. Letters of condolence may be sent via: In lieu of flowers, please make donations in her name to either: Food for the Poor Inc., 6401 Lyons Road, P.O. Box 979004, Coconut Creek, Fla. 33097-9004 or Nazareth Home for Retired Priests, P.O. Box 635, Chester, N.J. 07930. (Ocean City Today)

Jan 8, 2016

Local scoreboard: Scores from Jan. 5, sked from Jan. 6

Woodstown, 7 Clayton at Pitman, 7 Delsea at Deptford, 7 Pennsville at Gloucester City, 7 Hammonton at Kingsway, 7 Cape-Atlantic League Millville at Ocean City, 5:30 Egg Harbor Twp. at Vineland, 6 Middle Twp. at Lower Cape May, 7 Oakcrest at Holy Spirit, 7 Nonleague St. Joseph at Palmyra, 6 Cinnaminson at Camden, 6 Moorestown at Highland, 7 Tuesday’s Results BOYS’ BASKETBALL Colonial Conference Overbrook 9 7 7 8 - 31 Haddon Twp. 10 17 21 10 - 58 O: Damon Matthews 13, Marques DeShields 3, Jones 7, Tommy Wyatt 6, James Alber 2. HT: Jeb Howley 7, Robert Preziosi 11, Eric DiCrescenzo 18, Pat Donaldson 8, Brian Burns 12, Cossaboon 2. Gateway - 32 Collingswood - 48 G: Alex Pinto 4, Dan Teschko 14, Jered Rusk 1, Nick Ruiz 4, Justin Fredhoff 7, Bobby Morison 2. C: Jaden Walace 8, Robert Upshut 4, Sean Butts 6, Easton Aaron 6, Christian Kasier 1, Jovon Allie 2, Tymere Austin 6, Adam Hunt 2, Daniel Cooper 13. Sterling - 64 Paulsboro - 63 S: Noah Syer 2, Devon Tuten 34, Kevin Gilligan 2, Chris Roe 14, Dayzhon Fields 4, Mike Skillings 5, Cole Eshelman 2, Rodney Hill 1. P: Eric Diaz 7, John Pellegrini 6, Kyle Jones 13, Dehron Holloway 2, Steven Priest 2, Cherron Quarles 6, Tyrique King 27 Audubon 8 7 10 15 - 40 Haddon Heights 18 6 6 16 - 46 A: Dillon Tassi 6, Brian Furlong 10, Quintay Long 15, Nicholas May 2, Zach Pergola 2, Jahmir Chatmann 2, Tony Carbone 3. HH: Jake Barr 5, Noah Macfarlane 3, Frankie Bell 6, Jared Latane 7, Robert Tindley 23, Brian Tisby 1. Lindenwold - 61 Haddonfield - 76 L: Rakim Bryant 12, Bryant Geddes 22, James Hines 10, Zaire Giles 5, Jhaki Johnson 7, Khalil Peters 5. H: Rich Bond 16, Will Bond 2, Greg Gibson 13, Mike DePersia 20, Matt Fell 6, Brendan Gilmartin 19. Olympic Conference Woodrow Wilson 22 13 5 10 - 50 Camden Catholic 16 18 9 24 - 67 WW: Hykie Wynn 9, Mario McLean 9, Javier Gonzalez-DeLeon 18, Tashawn Tokely 1, Jano Ramos 1, Chance Anderson 2, Jasper DeShields 3, Stanley King 7. CC: Jamal Parker 24, Dominic Dunn 3, Terrance Harris 16, Babatunde Ajike 7, Ryan Campbell 5, Gary Brown 6, McCarthy 3, Christopher Okafur 3. Washington Twp. 13 10 16 15 - 54 Eastern 6 12 22 22 - 62 WT: Spencer Cook 17, Justin Ortiz 14, Mekhi Greene 4, A.J. Michaels 6, Najee Wilson 6, Nick McGough 5, Mike Simmons 2. E: Maliq Sanders 14, Keithantonio Davis 20, Justin Williams 6, Darren G... (Cherry Hill Courier Post)


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