Florists in Ellsworth, ME
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Ellsworth Flower Shops
124 Bangor Road
Ellsworth, ME 04605
Ellsworth ME News
Sep 19, 2019
Blooming beautiful - The Ellsworth American
Butterflies are frequent visitors, flitting about one of Steuben gardener and wildcrafter Christina Ganz’s cutting gardens. ELLSWORTH AMERICAN PHOTOS BY JENNIFER OSBORN“I call it dressing houses,” Ganz quipped. “I have a lot of clients who Airbnb or HomeAway.” Ganz will arrange bouquets so the renters arrive to fresh flowers.The Pennsylvania native grows every last flower from seed and hates to see any flower go by without being used. So that’s how she got the idea of “flower bombing” people.Plus, Ganz loves spreading beauty.“Random acts of kindness are so important,” she said.Her recipients are most appreciative.“She has bombed the town office multiple times,” said Steuben Town Clerk Julie Ginn. “Her displays are always fantastic and creative.“She uses things you don’t typically see, like cabbage,” the town clerk continued. “It’s always beautiful. She did bomb our fire department chicken barbecue. There were flowers on every table. It was gorgeous.”Flower bombs also are a clever advertisement for her work. Ganz attaches a tag that exclaims “You’ve been flower-bombed,” with her business name and the address of her posy stand at 85 Dyer’s Bay Road in Steuben. Christina Ganz creates her arrangements, some of which feature delphinium, on her porch in the early mornings.The stand is just a couple miles off Route 1.Ganz worked for nearly a decade for the Rockefeller family in Mount Desert, before launching her own business, Kvetina, which translates to “many flowers” in Czech. That was 2014.Ganz grew up on a farm in Madisonville, Pa. “It was an awesome upbringing,” she said. Her mother taught her never to go anywhere empty-handed. If you can’t bri... Apr 20, 2018
Historic Garden Week to bring tourists and provide plenty of flowers
At the state level, the week-long event attracts 25,000 visitors and has bought in an estimated $425 million over the last 45 years, said Karen Ellsworth, state director for Historic Garden Week.Ellsworth said the estimated figure factors in money spent on ticket sales, hotels, meals and gas.“When you look at the economic impact, it’s not just ticket sales,” Ellsworth said.Since 1920 the Garden Club of Virginia has grown from eight founding clubs to 47 clubs with more than 3,300 members, according to a news release from the Historic Garden Week.Organizers estimate 2,300 floral arrangements will be made specifically for the 85th Historic Garden Week.The Hampton Newport News Garden Club tour will feature four Hampton University landmarks, including the college’s president’s house, memorial church, the Emancipation Oak and museum.The tour will also include a pair of homes on Chesapeake Avenue.Tickets for the week are on sale, prices vary depending on the garden.Always be informed. Click here to get the latest news and information delivered to your inbox...Aug 15, 2016
Funeral notices for Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Ave., Lewiston, ME 04240. Services are under the care and direction of Funeral Alternatives 25 Tampa St., Lewiston.
POISSON — Ovide N., 98, of Ellsworth died Thursday, Aug. 4. A Funeral Mass honoring Ovide’s life will be celebrated Wednesday, Aug. 10, at 11 a.m. at Holy Cross Church. Committal services along with a military honors service will then follow at St. Peter’s Cemetery. Those wishing may make contributions in Ovide’s memory to Beacon Hospice, 289 State St. Suite B, Bangor, Maine 04401. Visitation will be held Tuesday, Aug. 9, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Pinette Dillingham & Lynch Funeral Home, 305 Alfred A. Plourde Pkwy, Lewiston 784-4023.
TARDIFF — Virginia L., 101, of Lisbon Falls died Thursday, Aug. 4. A celebration of her life will be held Saturday, Aug. 20, at the West Bowdoin Baptist Church in West Bowdoin at 11 a.m. Committal prayers and interment will take place at Sts. Cyril & Methodius Cemetery on Main Street in Lisbon Falls following the service. In lieu of flowers, those wishing may make a charitable contribution in Virginia’s memory to: The Shriners Children’s Hospital Development Office, Shriners Hospitals for Children, 51 Blossom St., Boston, MA 02114 or to the West Bowdoin Baptist Church Women’s Mission Circle, PO Box 1, West Bowdoin, ME 04287. Arrangements are under the care of Crosman Funeral Home, Cremation and Monument Services, 40 Main St., Lisbon Falls, 353-4951.
WARD — Kevin R., 52, of Livermore Falls died Saturday, Aug. 6. A graveside service and interment will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 11, at Pleasant Valley Cemetery, 218 Haines Corner Road, Livermore Falls. Arrangements by Finley Funeral Home, 15 Church St., Livermore Falls. If desired, contributions may be made to: Finley Funeral Home, Kevin Ward Funeral Fund, 15 Church St., Livermore Falls, Maine 04254.
(Lewiston Sun Journal)Apr 22, 2016
Donald L. Koehnke, Elkhorn, WI
Wednesday, April 20, 2016, at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center, Milwaukee, WI. He was born Sept. 18, 1944, in Burlington, WI, the son of the late Ellsworth W. and Dorothy E. (Baumeister) Koehnke. He graduated from Burlington High School with the Class of 1962. He served in the US Navy from Aug. 30, 1962, until Jan. 31, 1966. He married to Rosemary “Gail” Miller from Oct. 18, 1963 until Jan. 21, 1976. Then on Sept. 18, 1976, he married Wendy S. Channing in Richmond, IL. In his working career he worked as a roofer for over 10 years, worked maintenance for Landon’s and Andies Candies, he owned and operated the Old Town Cobbler Shop in Elkhorn, WI, from 1985 until 1996, he became a certified Pedorthist in 1991, and was currently working at Dale’s Bootery in Whitewater, WI. He was a member of the Pedorthist Footware Association. He enjoyed deer hunting, ice fishing, wood working and leather crafting.
Don is survived by his wife, Wendy; six children: Kelly (Scott) Simons, Kristine (Randy) Rollins, Kay Koehnke, Joe (Laurie) Koehnke, all of Elkhorn, WI, Michael (Lindsay) Koehnke of Madison, WI, and Sarah Beth (Kevin) Robertson of Elkhorn, WI; twenty grandchildren: Taylor Nicole Simons, Ashley Renee and Amanda Lynn Simons, Jessalyn (Bryan) Knapp, Kristopher, Logan (... (Janesville Gazette)Feb 3, 2016
Mary E. (Pratt) Duval
Darrell Duval, Bill (Anna Giedd) Duval, all of Chippewa Falls, Cindy (Terry) Scherer of Loyal, Dan (Wendy) Duval of Ellsworth, Richard (Jean) Duval of Cottage Grove; aunt and uncle, Gayle and William Pratt of Eau Claire; many nieces and nephews; two great-nephews; and a great-niece; numerous friends; and last, but not least, her many beloved critters.
She was preceded in death by her father, Thomas Pratt Sr.; and her grandparents, Leonard and Mary Jane Paulson.
A funeral service will be held at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 5 at Pederson-Volker Funeral Chapel, Chippewa Falls with the Rev. Robert B. Hoekstra officiating. Spring interment will be at St. Bridget’s Cemetery in the town of Seymour, Chippewa County.
Visitation will be held from 2 p.m. until the time of service Friday at the funeral chapel.
In lieu of flowers, memorials are preferred and appreciated.
The family would like to thank all of the personnel and staff at the University of Minnesota Fairview Hospital and the New Richmond Westfields Hospital and Clinic. Your kindness and compassion was deeply appreciated.
Pederson-Volker Funeral Chapel & Cremation Services, Chippewa Falls, is serving the family.
Visit pedersonvolker.com to express online condolences.
(Chippewa Herald)Feb 3, 2016
Young writers sign their published books
Jodaya Bridges sees the refection of a rainbow in the sky. Hayden Stene said to look in a mirror and see the refection of the sun. Jenadei Ellsworth likes the flowers growing in the summer time. Aiden Allen described the mountains as being like needles sticking in the sky. Haivyn Runsabove said flowers smell fresh.
Hunter Qualtier described a tree waving in the wind. April Uhrich said the leaves of a tree make sunshine shadows. Skylar Bogar likes swimming and jumping. India Rose Pfannenstiel said the pig once looked out a window, and Oliver Kress says his shadow is a cool pumpkin.
Moll encouraged the students continue to write poetry now that they are published writers.