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Florists in Cape Girardeau, MO

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Cape Girardeau Flower Shops

Baisch & Skinner South Wholesale Florists

241 South Spring
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
(573) 334-0270

Sunny Hill Gardens & Florist

206 N. Kings Hwy
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
(573) 335-4769

Cape Girardeau MO News

Nov 18, 2016

Flowers takes over on and off court to help Lafayette back to final four

Lancers (30-6) in position to win a state-record sixth successive Class 4 state championship this weekend at Show-Me Center in Cape Girardeau. Francis Howell (35-1-1), Ozark (27-9) and St. Teresa’s Academy (25-6-1) stand in the way of the five-time defending champs. Pool play begins at Friday at 4 p.m. The title match is set for 7:30 p.m. Saturday. Flowers and her ability to successfully move into an unfamiliar position has played a key role in the Lancers’ success. “She’s really matured and turned the corner in all aspects of her game,” Young said. “Especially the last few weeks. You can just see it. She has fire in her eyes. She wants the ball.” Flowers said it took about half of the season to get used to the team captaincy, which she shares with fellow seniors Emelie Orlando and Mell Flowers (no relation). But Flowers quietly has grown into a leader the team can trust at crunch time. “At first when you meet her, she's pretty quiet,” Orlando said. “But this year, she’s been outspoken when we’ve needed it. If you need to step up, she’ll tell you.” Flowers, who has made a verbal commitment to attend the University of Memphis, played a key role in keeping the team poised Saturday during the Lancers’ 20-25, 25-16, 25-17 win over St. Joseph’s in an intensity-filled quarterfinal contest. Lafayette dropped the first set and trailed by two early in the second before Flowers helped trigger a turnaround. “We just didn’t want the season to end, so we started to get things together,” Flowers said. Flowers, who has played volleyball since middle school, is a four-year member of the program but just broke into the starting lineup at the outset of last seaso... (STLtoday.com)

Nov 18, 2016

Lafayette rallies past Howell to capture sixth successive state crown ...

CAPE GIRARDEAU • Lafayette sophomore Staciana Stock is not afraid to admit it. Yes, the powerful outside hitter was worried to death after her team fell way behind in the Class 4 state volleyball championship match against Francis Howell on Saturday at Show-Me Center in Cape Girardeau. The five-time defending champions had their backs as far against the proverbial wall as possible. "Yes, I was scared," Stock said. "But, I just kept the fire in my eyes. And I knew in my heart we could still do it." She was right. Stock and the Lancers bounced back up off the canvas to record a stunning 20-25, 27-25, 25-21 win over the Vikings to claim their state record sixth successive championship. Lafayette (33-6-1) continued an amazing run that began in 2011. The six successive titles eclipses the five in a row set by Incarnate Word Academy from 1983-87 and equaled by Lafayette last season. "It's really sort of unbelievable," said Lafayette senior hitter Hannah Flowers. "This was all about our hea... (STLtoday.com)

Apr 22, 2016

Past Presidents Remembered

Ross and Roy Saunders lived and breathed the venues industry The late David Ross, past president of IAAM and former manager of the Show Me Center, Cape Girardeau, Mo., shows off his theme for IAAM, circa 2005. (VT Photo) Last week, the venue industry lost two who gave back and paid it forward all their lives - David B. Ross and Roy Saunders. Ross, 63, was president of IAVM in 2005-06, when it was still known as the International Association of Auditorium Managers (IAAM) and while he was managing Show Me Center, Cape Girardeau, Mo. He joined IAVM in 1985. Among his legacies to the association was establishing the Mega Shelters Best Practices Guidelines after Hurricanes Katrina and Wilma that turned many venues into shelters. He also worked to put the "I" in IAVM, reaching out to Australia and Europe. Roy Saunders, 85, led that association in 1986-87 and built and managed the public assembly facilities in Tulsa, Okla., for three decades.  The late Jerry Barshop and Roy Saunders with Bob Mayer, also a past president of IAVM. (VT Photo) Both Ross and Saunders earned the Charles A. McElravy Award for distinguished service to the industry an... (Venues Today)

Dec 30, 2015

Year in Review part II A look back at 2015

The U.S. District Court of Appeals for the Eastern District of Missouri has upheld a $1 million award for the family of a man killed in 2008 in Cape Girardeau. In 2012, a seven-person jury awarded $1 million to the children of Zachary Snyder, 23, of Dexter, Mo., who was killed by a Department of Corrections officer. June 20 - 911 Board votes to seek a sales tax for revenue source. June 23 - Charles C. Goforth was sentenced to seven years in prison for first-degree involuntary manslaughter and armed criminal action in the death of his 20-year-old son, Patrick Goforth. July July 1 -- Dave Rowe retires from the Dexter Fire Department after 37 years of service. July 3 -- Stoddard County to start issuing same-sex marriage licenses Monday, July, 6. July 7 -- 10 die in traffic crashes over holiday, one from Advance. July 7 -- After heavy rains; PSWD #4 suffers break in line. July 8 -- Richland Schools become first in Midwest with cutting edge technology. July 10 -- Wet weather presents difficulties for city departments. July 11 -- Program for domestic violence victims gets underway in county. July 13 -- One dead in early Monday house fire. July 14 -- Police release name of fire victim. July 14 -- Dexter man faces arson/burglary charges. July 15 - Local woman claims UFO sightings. July 17 -- Hicks trial moved to February, 2016. July 17 -- Four wrecks leave several injured. July 18 -- Lightning strike knocks out two phones at 911 Building. July 21 -- BRPC hires new executive director. July 21 -- Murder suspect, McCoy gets a second mental review. July 22 -- Three women arrested for burglary. July 23 -- Dexter man arrested for arson. July 23 -- Mangum sentenced to 30 years. July 28 -- Advance woman battles brain cancer. July 28 -- New trial date set for Verl Cato. July 28 -- Commission votes to put 911 sales tax on 2016 ballot. July 29 -- Unrelenting heat causes officials to urge caution. July 31 -- Increased patrols yield good results in Dexter. August Aug. 4 -- Two youths injured in 4-wheeler accident. Aug. 4 -- Saint Francis project takes shape. Aug. 5 -- Starnes tapped as new Chamber executive director. Aug. 7 -- Advance man arrested for child pornography. Aug. 8 -- Puxico man arrested for assault with a knife. Aug. 8 -- Former Pinhook residents watch as bulldozer... (The Daily Statesman)

Jun 23, 2015

Planting in the summer? Why not?

A maple tree rests among other plants for sale at Sunny Hill Gardens & Florist in Cape Girardeau.(Glenn Landberg) [Order this photo] One of the most frequent questions asked at this time of the year is, "Is it OK to plant trees and shrubs in my landscape at this time of the year, or should I wait until fall or spring?" My facetious answer is, "You can plant most trees and shrubs at any time of the year except when the ground is frozen." So now is a good time to plant. When you plant trees and shrubs during the summer months, you simply do what you would do when planting in the spring or fall. First, dig a hole no deeper than the pot the plant comes in. If it is a balled and burlap plant, aka B&B, dig the hole no deeper than the depth of the root ball. The width of the hole should be two times the diameter of the root ball or container. While digging the planting hole, be sure to rough up the sides and bottom of the hole. This will help new plant roots grow out of the planting hole. A deciduous flowering cherry tree at Sunny Hill Gardens & Florist in Cape G... (Southeast Missourian)