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J & K Flowering And Gardening
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13095 M 40
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Marcellus
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Michigan
Zip Code:
49067
Phone number:
(269) 646-0605
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Flowers and Gifts News

Oct 19, 2017

Madison Garden Club Flower Show Draws Crowds

This category pays homage to Marcellus Dodge and Geraldine Rockefeller, “who were instrumental in preserving the land now known as the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge,” said the Garden Club of Madison.“The sharp focus lends itself to a well-composed, dramatic image of a great blue heron,” according to the judges.Codey received the Ellen Judd Photography Award for this work, “a photograph of exceptional artistic composition and technical expertise” that honors “an outstanding photographer who shared her love and passion with her fellow club members.She was also awarded the Garden Club of America Novice Award in photography. Garden Club of Madison members Barbara Landy and Elaine Arciszewski took home second place in the Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey category for floral design, a decorative display that incorporates flowers mentioned by Shakespeare.“Through its productions and education programs, the company strives to illuminate the universal and lasting relevance of the classics,” said the Garden Club of Madison.Andi Stephenson and Betty Leitner, also of Madison, won third place in the Shakespeare class."A playful use of contrasting colors and textures," said the judges. In horticulture, Madison dominated the awards.Virginia Campion won first place for her single pink rose, inspired by Rose Garden Park, and Diane Anton took home second.Anton attained several other awards, including first place in container-grown plants, for which she received the Mary McDaniel Award “for an outstanding entry in a horticulture class by a member of the Garden Club of Madison to honor a distinguished horticulturist who inspired many with her knowledge and love of plants.” Anton also was awarded third place for her Bottle Hill hydrangeas.

May 3, 2016

National Blueberry Pie Day-KALW Almanac-4/28/2016

Ali, a Muslim, cited religious reasons for his decision to forgo military service. Born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr., in Louisville, Kentucky, on January 14, 1942, the future three-time world champ changed his name to Muhammad Ali in 1964 after converting to Islam. He scored a gold medal at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome and made his professional boxing debut against Tunney Husaker on October 29, 1960, winning the bout in six rounds. On February 25, 1964, he defeated the heavily favored bruiser Sonny Liston in six rounds to become heavyweight champ. On April 28, 1967, with the United States at war in Vietnam, Ali refused to be inducted into the armed forces, saying “I ain’t got no quarrel with those Vietcong.” On June 20, 1967, Ali was convicted of draft evasion, sentenced to five years in prison, fined $10,000 and banned from boxing for three years. 1969 --- In Santa Rosa, Charles M. Schulz's Redwood Empire Ice Arena opened. 1970 --- President Richard Nixon gives his formal... (KALW)

Apr 28, 2016

Blueberry Pie Day-KALW Almanac-4/28/2016

Ali, a Muslim, cited religious reasons for his decision to forgo military service. Born Cassius Marcellus Clay, Jr., in Louisville, Kentucky, on January 14, 1942, the future three-time world champ changed his name to Muhammad Ali in 1964 after converting to Islam. He scored a gold medal at the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome and made his professional boxing debut against Tunney Husaker on October 29, 1960, winning the bout in six rounds. On February 25, 1964, he defeated the heavily favored bruiser Sonny Liston in six rounds to become heavyweight champ. On April 28, 1967, with the United States at war in Vietnam, Ali refused to be inducted into the armed forces, saying “I ain’t got no quarrel with those Vietcong.” On June 20, 1967, Ali was convicted of draft evasion, sentenced to five years in prison, fined $10,000 and banned from boxing for three years. 1969 --- In Santa Rosa, Charles M. Schulz's Redwood Empire Ice Arena opened. 1970 --- President Richard Nixon gives his formal a... (KALW)

Feb 2, 2016

Robert D. Gray Jr.

Bob; he played in the Joe Curtis Softball League well into his 60s, he enjoyed meeting the guys at the Wednesday Night bowling league in Marcellus, playing cards in the Amber Pitch League, walking down to breakfast at Johnny’s with the guys from Table 6; traveling with his family to many parts of the country and to Ireland and Scotland, and played golf with friends and family. The game of golf gave Bob time to spend with his son, son-in-law, grandson, daughters, and friends. Family was central to all that Bob did in his life; and the focal point for the past 45 years was his wife, Val. Together they raised a family, operated a business, and traveled extensively. Their family includes two daughters, Pamela (Gary) Anastasio, and Kristin Gray; his son, Rob (Leanne); his mother, Mary Gray; his brother, Thomas (Kathy); his sisters, Mary Ann (Rick) Barletta, Pat (Ted) Corwin, and Joanne (Eric) Tills; grandchildren, Tyler and Laura Anastasio, Robby IV, Matthew, and Connor, and several cousins, nieces, and nephews. He was predeceased by his father, Robert D. Gray Sr. in 1992. The Gray family greatly appreciates all of the thoughts, prayers, cards, and acts of kindness they have received over the past 19 months. The funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday in St. Mary’s of the Lake Church. Private burial will be in St. Mary’s Cemetery, Skaneateles. Calling hours are from 2 to 8 p.m. Friday at Bob’s funeral home, 49 Jordan St., Skaneateles. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Fr. Peter Major Mill Hill Missionaries - African Missions, c/o Mill Hill House, 222 W. Hartsdale Ave., Hartsdale, NY 10530-1667, or Cancer Connects, 5008 Brittonfield Parkway, Suite 800, East Syracuse, NY 13057. Online condolences can be sent to www.robertdgrayfuneralhome.com. (Auburn Citizen)

Jun 12, 2015

How to get more flowers from daffodils and African violets

Pre-sale tickets go on sale May 15 in Skaneateles at National Gifts, Skaneateles Chamber of Commerce and in Marcellus at Chocolate Pizza. Tickets will be $13.00 until June 22, $15.00 thereafter. Parking will be at Austin Park, corner of Austin and Jordan streets (the old Allyn skating rink). Featured vendors include a florist, a garden nursery, and a garden boutique where club members will sell their artistic wares and garden related items. All proceeds will go to plant pink flowering crabapple trees to replace the ones planted in the 1960s in Austin Park. For details, call (315) 243-8317. Carol Bradford gardens in Syracuse. Send your questions and location to her at bradfordgarden@gmail.com. (Syracuse.com)

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