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Funeral Service Flowers for a well-lived life is the most cherished. Be that open heart for that special someone in grief.

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Flowers

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Roses

Classically beautiful and elegant, assortment of roses is a timeless and thoughtful gift!

Florists in Anderson, MO

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Jan 4, 2020

Maple Ridge Flower Brigade brightens days of seniors - Maple Ridge News

Tanya Sawchuk makes bouquets from donated flowers with Mitch Aeichele, David Wason, Michelle Gillespie and Paul Anderson. (Mathilda de Villiers/COMMUNITY)Flowers are donated by Kam’s Market every week. (Mathilda de Villiers/COMMUNITY)Tanya Sawchuk (left) hands flowers to Mitch Aei...

Nov 9, 2019

'Place between heaven and earth:' Hospice Ministries in Ridgeland delivers flower ministry - Clarion Ledger

This place is a place between heaven and earth. The people here are angels,” said Liz Anderson of Ridgeland, a volunteer who in the blink of an eye can take the flowers donated by Fresh Market in Ridgeland and four Kroger stores in Ridgeland, Madison and Flowood and arrange them so they brighten anyone’s day. More than 100 volunteers, 130 employees, and community leaders play key roles at Hospice Ministries, which has existed for three decades, said Suzannah Britt, executive director of Hospice Ministries. To commemorate its 30th anniversary, a celebration and open house is scheduled on Oct. 17 from 5-7 p.m. at the Ridgeland campus, 450 Towne Center. A brief program at 6 p.m. will include remarks by Dr. Gerry Ann Houston, chief medical director and president of the Hospice Ministries Board. A patient suite recently remodeled thanks to funding by the Selby and Richard McRae Foundation will be open for anyone to visit. Houston, an oncologist, and Dan H. Broughton, a local home health business owner, combined their medical and business knowledge and established Hospice of Central Mississippi, the first not-for-profit home hospice in central Mississippi, in 1989. In 1992, with the help of the Willing Hearts Circle of the Kings Daughter Medical Center, Hospice of Central Mississippi opened another center in Brookhaven. In 1997, Hospice of Central Mississippi and Whispering Pines Hospice of South Jackson merged and Hospice Ministries resulted. The Rev. Don Fortenberry recalled that Whispering Pines Hospice initially served patients with HIV/AIDS but, as medical treatment improved for ...

Aug 22, 2019

Funeral for Lyon County deputy killed in crash Monday in Sioux Falls - KSFY

A Mass of Christian Burial for Stephanie Schreurs will be held Monday, August 19 at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, according to Anderson Funeral Home. The service begins at 10 a.m. It is open to the public. The family will host a visitation service Larchwood, Iowa Sunday from 4-7 p.m. In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been established in honor of Schreurs at any Security Savings Bank location. Schreurs died from injuries she received in a crash on Friday. ...

Aug 22, 2019

Blooming flowers at the Farmers Market - Record Herald

Italian and jalapeño links, beef- ground and patties, turkey- ground, drums and wings. Kelsie’s K-9 Creations (Jennifer Anderson): Limited ingredient, purposeful cookies and treats for dogs. King Farms (Jeff & Sandi King): sweet corn , melons , honey dew, watermelon, zucchini, yellow squash, Yukon Gold potatoes, vine ripe tomatoes, orange and red cherry tomatoes, and green beans. Margaret’s Memories (Sharon Fulkerson): aprons, towels and wash cloths, dryer balls, sock monkey hat, baby hats, blankets, market bag, felted bags, cell phone carrier. Persinger Produce & Cottage Foods (David Persinger and Julie Mosny): The Pie Lady will have local honey, assorted pies and other baked goods. Wood Designed by DW (Debbie Welch): Handmade, unusual wood crafts. Hand made crocheted dishtowels, clothes, potholders, pocket books and baby booties. Special orders welcome. Cookies, fudge. Your Other Mother’s Kitchen (Don & Sara Creamer): Artisan breads and bran muffin tops. Bridge View Garden (Hunter & Lorelle Rohrer): Mums and seasonal produce including red raspberries, cherry tomatoes, green beans and red potatoes. B.Y.E Gardens (Brian and Elaine Yoder): Tomatoes, zucchini, cucumbers, candy onions, bell peppers, green beans, melons, sweet corn. Baked goods, including cinnamon rolls, raspb...

Jul 26, 2019

Julia Barretto's aunt Gretchen sends flowers to Bea Alonzo - ABS-CBN News

Thank you,” she replied. @beaalonzo on Instagram Stories Celebrities showing support for Alonzo amid the rumored affair of her boyfriend, Gerald Anderson, and his “Between Maybes” co-star Julia Barretto is nothing new. But Gretchen’s gesture stood out for netizens as she is Julia’s aunt. Gretchen is known to be estranged from Julia’s mother, Marjorie, who has been defending the young actress from critics, demanding them to “stick to the facts.” Julia has yet to directly address the rumors, although her latest Instagram post implies that she is unfazed by the controversy. “The difference between coffee and their opinion is – I asked for coffee,” she said on Thursday, showing a photo of her holding a cup of coffee. Anderson, meanwhile, has yet to speak up about the issue.

Jul 26, 2019

Finding purpose in repurposing flowers - Crain's New York Business

Caroline Gates Anderson was setting up a pop-up art show at a floral shop in Brooklyn when she fell in love with flowers. Anderson, who had run an art gallery and been director of photo research at Scholastic, started taking flower-arranging classes at New York Botanical Garden. She was dismayed to realize that beautiful arrangements at stores and events were being tossed into the garbage long before the flowers wilted. "Waste is a natural phenomenon of the flower industry," she said. And so, almost as soon as she got hooked on flowers, Anderson set out to save them. Five years later her nonprofit, BloomAgainBklyn, repurposes flowers into about 450 arrangements per week. It delivers them to New Yorkers who could use some joy, such as residents of nursing homes and families in shelters. "It says to a population that is vulnerable that 'You are important, and you matter,' " she said. Her mission has attracted donor partnerships with high-end shops, such as Opalia Flowers, Stems Brooklyn and Tin Can Stu...