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Florists in Clarkston, MI

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Clarkston Flower Shops

Blossoms And Petals

7070 Gateway Park Drive
Clarkston, MI 48346
(248) 922-1200


8600 Dixie Highway
Clarkston, MI 48348
(248) 625-9100

Clarkston Flower Shoppe

7150 N. Main St
Clarkston, MI 48346
(248) 625-9711

Florist Of Clarkston

Clarkston, MI 48346
(248) 620-4940

Waterford Hill Florist

5992 Dixie Hwy
Clarkston, MI 48346
(248) 623-0081

Clarkston MI News

Jan 26, 2017

Michigan State CB target Emmanuel Flowers shares hopes for official visit; Spartans stay active in Atlanta area

Friday in a 79-37 win over Utica Eisenhower, then 27 and 6 while helping Dakota beat Flint Beecher the next day. 2017 Clarkston (Mich.) point guard Foster Loyer can’t stop scoring. He dropped 20 points Thursday against Hazel Park and another 28 Friday at Western International. He led Clarkston to wins in both games as the Wolves remain undefeated on the year.

Jul 5, 2016

July's Birthdays

Ronald, Bruce and David; two granddaughters and two grandsons. He also has one sister, Millie and one brother Gerald. GARY MITCHELL Gary Mitchell of Clarkston will celebrate his 78th birthday today. He was born in Toppenish, Wash., to Carl and Evelyn Mitchell. He married Joyce Crow in 1964. She later passed away. In 1977, he and his family, children Greg and Greta, moved to Clarkston. He worked in Tire Shop in Toppenish for 20 years. He worked on farms in the valley area and then 21 years for Clarkston School District at Lincoln Middle School and Highland Elementary. He retired in 2003. In 1991, he married Ruth Vanderdoes. They enjoyed many years of bicycle touring in Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho and Montana and hiking trips with burros. Together they have four children, 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He attends CrossPoint Church. KENNETH CHAPMAN Kenneth Chapman of Weippe will celebrate his 90th birthday Friday. He was born July 8, 1926, in Dagmar, Mont., to Clarence and Bernice Chapman. Kenneth was one of 11 children. The family moved to Weippe when he was a young boy. Kenneth served in the U.S. Army during World War II from 1944-1946. He was stationed in the Philippines during most of his service. He married Emily Schlader on Christmas Eve in 1946 in Weippe. They were married 52 years when she died in 1999. The couple raised four children on their farm near Weippe. Kenneth raised cattle and farmed for many years. He was a millworker, logger and retired from the Idaho Department of Transportation after 26 years. He is a Veterans of Foreign Wars member, Hill Top Senior Citizens, he received his 50 Jewel from the Idaho Order of Odd Fellows in 1999. He was a member of the Weippe Rodeo Association- and the Cattleman's Association. Kenneth and Emily were Grand Marshall's in the Weippe Rodeo Parade. Kenneth has one daughter, seven grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Kenneth has lost his son and two daughters. MILDRED “MILLIE” E. JONES Millie was born Aug. 28, 1921, in Bynum, Mont., to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Michelbach. She attended High School in Choteau, Mont. After high school, Millie worked for Montana Power... (Lewiston Morning Tribune (subscription))

Jun 22, 2016

Rose Marie Storm, 73

Cudnohufsky of Caseville; and siblings Walter (Susan) Cudnohufsky of Massachusetts, Judy (Raymond) Smith of Howell, Elaine (Dillard) Morris of Clarkston, Fred (Jane) Cudnohufsky of Mason, Sharon Findley of Burton, JoAnn Rouillard of Colorado, Bill (Elizabeth) Cudnohufsky of Massachusetts and Leon (Terri) Cudnohufsky of Lake Orion.A memorial service will be held at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, June 25th at Calvary Baptist Church, Caseville, with Pastor Mike Goforth officiating. Champagne Funeral Chapel of Caseville is handling the arrangements.In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Marion Institute, in memory of Rose Storm, 202 Spring Street, Marion, MA 02738.Condolences may be shared at ... (Lake Orion Review)

Apr 22, 2016

April 15, 2016

N.Y., Mary Jayne Drayton, of Rochester, N.Y.; one great-grandson, Lennox Drayton, of Karlsruhe, Germany; one brother, Karl Drayton (wife, Nancy), of Clarkston, Mich.; two sisters, Karen Drayton Trueman (husband, Robert), of Inman, S.C., Suzanne Drayton Wade Mercer (husband, Robert), of Columbus; a daughter-in-law, Lori Drayton, of Rochester, N.Y.; and numerous other relatives.He was preceded in death by his daughter, Wanda Jean Drayton, of Rochester, N.Y., his son, Gregory Drayton, of Rochester, N.Y., his parents, Robert P. and Julia Belle Griffin Drayton, of Waycross, his brother, Keith Drayton, of Antioch, Tenn., and by his wife, Mary Lou, in 2012.The funeral will be held 2 p.m. Saturday in the Miles-Odum Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will follow in Bethlehem Cemetery in Hickox.The family will receive friends Saturday at the funeral home beginning at 1 p.m.In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Waycross Primitive Baptist Church, 107 Linden Drive, Waycross, Ga. 31501.Sympathy may be expressed at Mary Carter GraingerA celebration of life service for Mary Carter Grainger, 52, will be held Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at the Upper Room, 702 Ossie Davis Parkway, where Minster Samuel Seller is pastor. Pastor Bertha Banks will bring words of comfort.Born April 13, 1963 in Homerville, she was oldest child born to the union of Justine Kates Kirksey and the late Joseph Kirksey. She lived most of her life in Ware County.Mary was joined in holy matrimony to Freddy (Joe) Granger whom she loved very much. She was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, grandmother, aunt and friend.She was a determined and strong willed individual who loved everyone showing no one is beyond the reach of forgiveness. She was a very caring person always willing to help and give a listening ear to those in need who came across her path in life. She had an unconditional love for her children and grandchildren that could not be erased by life’s burdens and issues.Some of the favorite things she enjoyed doing was cooking delicious food for her family and friends, listing to music and watching the Bold and the Beautiful ,the Young and the Restless television shows.Mary departed this life Monday morning (April 11, 2016) at Mayo Clinic... (WJHnews)

Feb 3, 2016

Tuesday, Jan. 19 high school basketball results

Joe Sigsby scored 25 points, Cortez Washignton scored 22 and Billy Moran scored 12 for Onaway (7-0). Mike O’Connor scored 18 points for Indian River. Clarkston 57, Adams 46: Big third quarter lifts Wolves Oxford 72, Birmingham Seaholm 64: Jordan Jadan scored 22 points and Ray Luvine scored 19 points for Oxford. Plymouth 46, Westland Glenn 40: Zeale McCullough scored 24 points and Brent Davis scored 18 for Plymouth (5-5). Glenn is 2-6. Plymouth Salem 45, South Lyon 38: Kyle Winfrey scored 11 points for Salem (7-3). Nick Flynn scored 17 points for South Lyon (1-9). Pontiac 47, Auburn Hills Avondale 35: Jalen Kelso led with 11 points, seven assists and five steals for Pontiac (9-1). David Wilson scored nine points. Avondale is 4-5. Rochester Hills Stoney Creek 76, Lake Orion 71: John Paul Sinacola scored 27 points (including six three-point shots), Ben Reiter scored 25 and Spencer Holloman scored 13 for Stoney Creek (8-1). David Gomez scored 20 points for Lake Orion (4-5). Southfield Christian 82, Southfield 79: Marlow Brown had 19 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists, Bryce Washington scored 23 points, Brock Washington scored 14 points and Richard Fegan had 10 points and 10 assists for Christian (8-1). Michael Flowers scored 26 points for Southfield (4-4). St. Clair 56, Warren Lincoln 48: Deangelo White had a huge game on the glass with nine points and 17 rebounds for Lincoln (4-3). Lavon Moore scored 11 points. Ben Davidson scored 20 points for St. Clair (4-3) while Buddy Brasky scored 13 points. St. Claire Shores Lakeview 54, Sterling Heights 52: Anthony Milieello led with 16 points for Lakeview (3-5). Joe Charrette scored 12 points. Shawn Kama scored 15 points for Sterling Heights (2-7). Taylor Kennedy 44, Southgate Anderson 37: Masceo Anderson scored 18 points for Kennedy (7-2) while Chuck Pritchett added 12 points. Alex Leija scored 12 points for Anderson (0-8). Jace Matkin scored 10 points. U-D Jesuit 77, Novi Detroit Catholic Central 56: Cassius Winston led with 19 points for Jesuit (11-0). Ike Eke added 17 points while Greg Eboiteodin scored 14 points. Teo Tenrich led Central (5-2) with 18 points. Walled Lake Central 60, White Lake Lakeland 30: Walter Kelser scored 17 points and Rumako Ziegler scored nine for Walled Lake (8-2). Kyle Soderbery scored five for White Lake (8-2). Girls basketball Belleville 62, Monroe 39: Katelyn Sherwood scored 24 points and Victoria Perez scored 15 for Belleville (8-2). Mikayla Taylor scored 20 points for Monroe. Brighton 53, Milford 31: Julianna Pietila scored 15 points and Beth Dziekan scored 14 for Brighton. Mallory Barrett scored 10 points and Han... (USA TODAY High School Sports)

Dec 30, 2015

Detroit News top teams: UD Jesuit is No. 1

Calihan Hall. 2. Macomb Dakota (21-3, Class A): The Cougars earned the MAC Red championship and advanced to the Class A regional final, losing to Clarkston. Dakota returns three starters in talented junior point guard Jermaine Jackson (16 points, 5 assists), 6-8 sophomore power forward Thomas Kithier (9 points, 8 rebounds) and 6-1 senior guard Steven Marshall (12 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists), along with returning sixth man Jacob Patton, a 6-2 senior guard, and 6-2 senior guard Tavin Allison, a talented transfer from L’Anse Creuse. “We have high expectations this season, hoping the experience we gained last year with help us compete at a higher level this season,” said Coach Paul Tocco. 3. Clarkston (24-1, Class A): The Wolves earned their first unbeaten regular season since the early 1990s last year and returns an outstanding point guard in 6-0 sophomore Foster Loyer (16 points, 5.5 assists), 6-4 guard-forward Tabin Throgmorton, 6-6, 230-pound Mitch Heaton and a transfer in 6-4, 210-pound Dylan Allderson, who played point guard at Davison last year. “We have a lot of guys who can handle the ball and create shots for others to put pressure on defenses,” said Coach Dan Fife. 4. Detroit Renaissance (14-8, Class A): Renaissance pushed Detroit Western to the limit in the PSL title game before a one-point loss. Now, the Phoenix expect to take the next step and be the favorite to win the city championship. They return their starting backcourt in 6-4 Justin Turner (17 points) and Richard Talley, and also return physical 6-7 center A.J. Jackson (12 points, 10 rebounds) and 6-5 sophomore Jalen Tobias. Coach Vito Jordan also expects big things from 6-4 freshman guard Chandler Turner. 5. North Farmington (20-4, Class A): North Farmington should battle Clarkston for the OAA Red championship and be one of the elite teams in Class A as well. The Raiders, who lost to Detroit Jesuit in the regional finals, return starters in 6-3 senior Jacob Joubert (9 points, 5 assists) and 6-6 senior Alex Darden (7 points, 7 rebounds), and have sixth man Josh Hogans, a 5-9 guard back as well, along with talented transfers in 6-3 junior guard Amauri Hardy from Southfield and 6-7 junior Nate Brooks from Georgia. Hardy and Brooks already have multiple offers from mid-major schools. 6. Ypsilanti Community (19-5, Class A): Ypsilanti advanced to the Class A state quarterfinals last year, losing to eventual champion Detroit Western. The Grizzlies return four starters, led by outstanding four-year starting guard in 6-3 senior Corey Allen (15.5 points, 5 rebounds), 5-10 junior guard Jamezell Davis (8.9 points), 5-10 junior guard Marlin Talley (8.6 points) and 6-4 senior Jalen Maxwell (6.2 points). “We’re looking to have an excellent season with a lot of experience back,” Coach Steve Brooks said. 7. Detroit Western (26-0, Class A): Western had a magical season last year in winning PSL and state championships. The Cowboys graduated guard Josh McFolley and center Gerald Blackshear -- both now playing at Detroit-Mercy -- but... (The Detroit News)