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Flowers

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Florists in Bear Creek, NC

Find local Bear Creek, North Carolina florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Bear Creek and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Bear Creek Flower Shops

Bear Creek NC News

Mar 19, 2020

Redmond florist is deeply rooted in the... - Redmond Reporter

For 41 years, Bear Creek Florist — formerly known as JaRae’s — has and continues to operate as a family-owned flower shop. Since opening in 1978, Lisa Aliment, the current shop owner, said there are very few stores in Bear Creek Shopping Center that can claim to be original tenants, pointing to Safeway, Rapunzel’s Hair Salon, a barbershop and a drugstore as buildings from a time when her aunt, Janice Tanner, and her father, Ray Aliment, made a pact to open the store together. During the holidays, flower shops everywhere are preparing for the surge of orders from people wanting to decorate their homes for the festivities or to give as gifts for loved ones. A trend Lisa has noticed through the years is the fact that people are buying fewer arrangements specific to a home but rather are giving flower designs to friends as gifts during the holidays. Lisa attributes this change to more people spending Thanksgiving with friends, not just family. “So many people don’t live close to families anymore,” She s...

Jan 4, 2020

Redmond florist is deeply rooted in the community - Redmond Reporter

For 41 years, Bear Creek Florist — formerly known as JaRae’s — has and continues to operate as a family-owned flower shop. Since opening in 1978, Lisa Aliment, the current shop owner, said there are very few stores in Bear Creek Shopping Center that can claim to be original tenants, pointing to Safeway, Rapunzel’s Hair Salon, a barbershop and a drugstore as buildings from a time when her aunt, Janice Tanner, and her father, Ray Aliment, made a pact to open the store together. During the holidays, flower shops everywhere are preparing for the surge of orders from people wanting to decorate their homes for the festivities or to give as gifts for loved ones. A trend Lisa has noticed through the years is the fact that people are buying fewer arrangements specific to a home but rather are giving flower designs to friends as gifts during the holidays. Lisa attributes this change to more people spending Thanksgiving with friends, not just family. “So many people don’t live close to families anymore,” She s...

May 24, 2018

Downtown blooms early this year

Spurred by the downtown beautification and advocacy organization known as SPARC, flowers are now hanging above Main Street from Bear Creek to the One West Main building and along Central Avenue from Sixth to 10th streets.“It really gives a feeling of vibrancy and aliveness downtown,” said Richard Barney, a longtime downtown advocate. “It adds some color to the downtown and makes it feel like a safer environment.”Former Medford Mayor Lindsay Berryman, a member of the SPARC steering committee, said downtown parks have been regularly decorated since her tenure that began nearly 20 years ago.“We were try to bring amenities to downtown that make it a more attractive center,” Berryman said. “We’ve given downtown a bunch of energy.”A total of 77 institutional and private donors chipped in to buy 74 baskets, Berryman said. Rogue Community College and Southern Oregon University jumped on the bandwagon, as did the Chamber of Medford/Jackson County.“As the project rolled out, it got bigger and bigger and more and more people wanted to purchase baskets,” she said.“It has been inspirational that so many property owners, business owners and indivi...

Aug 10, 2017

'It's not a good day,' cyclists plant flowers in honour of woman killed

Tuesday. (Submitted by OPP)Police said that both the cyclist and the driver of the passenger vehicle were heading southbound on Bear Creek Road in Middlesex Centre on Tuesday night. The 20-year-old driver of the vehicle remained at the scene of the collision. Searching for closure"It's very tough," said Const. Max Gomez with the Ontario Provincial Police. "It's tough emotionally. Our members have been working diligently to identify the cyclist who has lost her life."Gomez said the police continue to investigate the collision and have not laid any charges. "At the end of the day the OPP and our technical investigators will exhaust every avenue, every investigative lead."Gomez is asking the people to contact the police if they have any information about the collision. ... (CBC.ca)

Jul 14, 2017

Gardening events in the Houston area

Gardeners Open Garden Day and Low-Volume Drip Irrigation and Rain Barrels Seminar: 9-11:30 a.m. at Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, 3033 Bear Creek Drive; hands-on activities for children and adults. RSVP to ogd.harrishort@gmail.com. Free. (Chron.com)

Jul 5, 2016

Funeral services announced for Tivy teen killed in accident

Laura Katherine “Peanut” Burton is the daughter of Buck and Jackie Burton. Her older brother, Jack Burton, died April 6, 2013 in an accident off of Bear Creek Road.  Visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m Thursday, June 30, at Kerrville Funeral Home.  The funeral service is set for 10 a.m. Friday, July 1, at First United Methodist Church. In lieu of flowers, the family asks you to “get your TOMS on.” --- Editor’s Note: This story was written with the assistance of Jackie Burton. (Community journal)