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Maine State Featured Florists

Village Florist Inc

288 Main St
Yarmouth, ME 04096

Studio Flora

889 Roosevelt Trl
Windham, ME 04062

Daffodils

81 Main St
Bucksport, ME 04416

Chloe's Collections Florist

1 North St
Dover Foxcroft, ME 04426

Chase & Company

1755 Post Rd Unit 9
Wells, ME 04090

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Feb 1, 2020

Science, creativity meet at St. Michael School's flower show - CatholicPhilly.com

And her schoolmates could enjoy the exhibit all day after it was set up for judging in the morning and remained on display for the evening open house. Students were not shy about expressing their love of St. Michael the Archangel school and Catholic education. Multiple hands raised at once when the eighth grade class was asked why students should come to Catholic school. “I think it’s a really good way to build good morals and good habits in terms of respect and kindness,” Cresbo said. “What you learn in Catholic school is to take your faith and to use that in the world around you.” Student Tyler Scalley referenced the faculty as his favorite part of St. Michael School, saying, “They want to make sure all the students get the best education.” Shirley Orlowski, mother of second grader Alicja and a school volunteer, said that after looking at five other schools, the family atmosphere at the Levittown parochial school made all the difference and was the right school for her family. “It seems like everyone has known each other for years, and that’s why we chose it here,” she said. St. Michael the Archangel is recognized in Bucks County as a school of excellence. In 2019 it was voted “Best Private School Bucks County” by Bucks Happening and voted “Best Catholic School” by Best of Bucks by the Bucks County Courier Times. In addition, the school was selected as the best Catholic school in Levittown by the Levittown Business Association. It has been nominated again this year for “Best Private School” by Bucks Happening. Vote for St. Michael the Archangel in the contest here. Voting ends on Feb. 17. Students of St. Michael the Archangel School, Levittown, show their projects at the school’s Junior Flower Show exhibit Jan. 31. (Maria Pisano) ...

Feb 1, 2020

Obituary: Andrew "Drew" Paul Ross - Press Herald

A celebration of Andrew’s life is being held on Saturday, Feb. 1, 2020 at 11 a.m. at David E. Desmond and Son Funeral Home, 638 High Street, Bath Maine. Visiting will be 10:00 to 11 a.m. prior to the service.To express your thoughts and condolences to the family please visit www.desmondfuneralhomes.comIn lieu of flowers, a go fund me page has been set up for donation for his daughter Addison’s education. « Previous Obituary: Vincent Charles Ullrich Next » Obituary: Rear Adm. Harold G. Rich ...

Feb 1, 2020

Flowers for Drew: Remembering the life of an editor, writer and friend - Delaware State News - Delaware State News

U.S. 13. It was then that he met James E. Clark, the proprietor of a service station in Dover. We found it odd that it remained opened, yet no longer had gas pumps thanks to an environmental regulation. His headline — “Running on fumes” — came naturally. “Clarkie” was still offering service to locals, though. He would check oil and inflate tires, and sometimes he would drive his old customers to a nearby station to fill up their tanks because that’s what he always did for them. After meeting him, Drew tucked away another idea after learning Clarkie had survived the Indian River Inlet bridge collapse in 1948. The man plunged into the icy waters and managed to swim to a bulkhead where he reached out for a tire that saved his life. The lede of the story: “James E. “Clarkie” Clark curls his left pinky finger toward his hand.“ “More than 50 years ago, it was the strength of that little finger that stood between life and death.“ Drew’s newspaper career took him from the Delaware State News to Delaware Today in the 1990s and then back to our newspaper. In 2005, he returned to the magazine so he could spend more quality time with his family and less time on the road and less time attached to a daily newspaper nights and weekends. Craig Horleman, our features editor, was alongside Drew for much of his career, dating back to work at The Review at the University of Delaware. They reunited at The Daily Whale and spent many evenings playing trivia and talking shop at Grotto’s Grand Slam. “We’d talk about the day’s events and discuss how we could make the paper better and brainstorm story ideas,” Craig said. “This turns out to be pretty common among us newspaper folks. We can never seem to turn it off. “He had his nervous moments like any of us do from time to time but it was out of an abundance of care to get the job done. He knew when to make things light and knew when to take things seriously and that mix really made him what he was — a great journalist and a great friend.” It was in the fall that I last talked with Drew. Whenever he called, there was a jestful greeting. This time, he opened with “Why don’t you send me flowers anymore?” It had been too long between conversations. You can’t help but wonder what Drew’s headline for this column would have been. “Flowers for Drew” seems right. We’ll not forget him.

Feb 1, 2020

Obituary: Richard E. Michaud Sr. - Press Herald

Seltzer & Rydholm where he worked for eight years before progressing to a sales manager position for Circus Time, Inc, a Maine Potato Chip company. He remained there for 20-plus years before deciding to start his own business. It was in November of 1980, in a garage on Highland Avenue in Scarborough, that Dick along with his wife Sharon Michaud and his sons began Michaud Distributors. He started as a sub-distributor selling Wise Potato Chips. With Dick’s keen business sense, drive to succeed and loyalty to his customers, the business grew quickly. In 1982 they moved the business from his garage to a new building on Lincoln Street in South Portland. It was then he became a distributor for Tom’s Foods. They developed a strong business relationship which carried on for more than 16 years. The business continued to grow and in 1992 Dick developed a food brokering company which gave the Michaud Distributors name a presence all over New England and upstate New York. In 1996, the company expanded once again, moving to its new location in Scarborough which he quickly outgrew. The company then built a larger facility in Saco where they employed over 200 employees and served four States with their snack food business. Throughout his business career, Dick mentored many people and with his inspiration giving them drive and encouragement. He was an icon in the industry and greatly respected by his peers. He was a pioneer in the snack food business reaching the national level of snack food distribution. Throu...

Feb 1, 2020

Bea Koch | Obituary - La Crosse Tribune

School and the Vernon County Teachers College and subsequently taught elementary school. Bea married Owen Levi Koch of Viola, Dec. 9, 1947, and remained his faithful partner until his passing Oct. 15, 2012. Bea and Owen together operated one of the most successful dairy farms in Southern Wisconsin, for over 40 years and were frequently recognized for their Holstein cattle. Following the sale of their farm and beloved Holsteins, Bea and Owen relocated to the Viroqua-Westby area. Following retirement from farming, Bea worked at Walmart for 27 years and formed many enduring relationships. Walmart was in some ways her "happy place." Bea was a thoughtful, humble and elegant woman, who was well known for her chocolate fudge, pineapple upside down cake and various other sweets. She loved desserts and ice cream bars and never turned down a good strong cup of black coffee. A lover of "all things to do with shopping," Bea was always conscientious and wanted to do the right thing. Bea had many friends from her days on the farm and card clubs, to her Oak Knoll and Walmart friends and Maplewood/Bethel Oaks. Surviving Bea are her three children, Randy (Heidi) of Gardnerville, Nev., Patricia (Dennis) Sobik of Merritt Island, Fla., and David (Julie) of Wayzata, Minn. Further surviving are six grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; a brother, Sigurd (Cinda) Molland; two sisters, Joan Hayhurst and Emma (John) Oleski. She was preceded in death by her husband, Owen; parents, Oscar and Myrtle; brothers, Oscar and Peter; as we...