Florists in New London, NH
Find local New London, New Hampshire florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in New London 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.
New London Flower Shops
255 Newport Rd
New London, NH 03257
New London NH News
Oct 10, 2019
Flowers, finches and farmington - Newton Daily News
You may recall last fall the beautiful display of golden mums pouring out of the ‘48 Chevy dump truck, along Highway 34, outside of New London. It was a gorgeous sight, rapidly becoming a landmark and many people stopped to inquire about the story behind the mum display and to take pictures. Brad Heald, owner of Heald Trucking, had built the display of mums for his daughter, Coral, who was getting married at the trucking site. Nice wedding gift. The old dump truck was the original truck for the trucking company owned by Brad’s father.
Well, mums don’t winter over so well, especially planted in the shallow dirt of the Mump Truck. It was disappointing to motorists passing by, used to seeing the golden mums that reminded them of a bridal train. Brad was prepared for this. He, the ever creative truck driver/artist (“I’ve got big dreams, man!”), had the mums replaced with blanket flowers. They look like a blanket. They’re not as eye catching as the golden mums, but the blanket flowers spread out more, are more perennial, so they won’t die off over the winter and flower throughout the season. Kudos to Brad Heald for adding beauty along Highway 34.
Speaking of beauty, our finches ar... Jun 22, 2019
For the Love of Flowers, and Photos - http://www.we-ha.com
EO Smith High School in Storrs, the West Woods Upper Elementary School in Farmington, and Bennie Dover Jackson Middle School in New London are among the projects he worked on.
“I retired five times and was called back to work five times,” Oddo said, laughing. After helping build the Hilton Doubletree in Bristol in 2012 and working on some renovations at Bristol Hospital for ACG North America, in 2016 he retired for good.
Oddo could certainly sell his seeds, his flowers, his photos, or his expertise for money, but he said he sees no reason to do that.
“I’m here for the joy of sharing my plants, my love of flowers.” He gives away prints, seeds, and seedlings, and it doesn’t bother him at all when people download his images from Facebook. He posts a gallery of photos on the Neighbors & Friends in West Hartford Facebook page nearly every day, just to brighten the day, to make people happy.
“I just want to be kind to everyone, and share my flowers.”
At age 81, Oddo shows no signs of slowing down. Several times a week he goes to Elizabeth Park for one of his twice-daily three-mile walks, where he checks out the flower displays. He also walks in Blue Back Square, and goes to W... Dec 28, 2016
A girl rediscovers color in Adrien Broom's images at Lyman Allyn
A Colorful Dream,' Lyman Allyn Art Museum, 625 Williams St., New London; through Jan. 8; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tues.-Sat. and 1-5 p.m. Sun.; closed New Year's Day; $10, $7 for seniors, active military, and students over 18, $5 for students under 18, free for kids under 12, for members and for New London residents; (860) 443-2545.
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William Richard Busing
Upon graduation, and having attended Radar School and Submarine School, Bill served as an Officer in the US Naval Reserve (Lt. JG), stationed in New London, Conn., and then, after the war, in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. His next stop was Princeton University, where he earned an MA and Ph.D. in Physical Chemistry, followed by two years of post-doctorate work at Brown University.
On Aug. 25, 1951, Bill married June “Judy” Thorndike, in South Sudbury, Mass. The young couple moved to Oak Ridge, where Bill joined the Oak Ridge National Laboratory research staff in 1954. Until and beyond his retirement as a Senior Research Staff member in 1990, Bill’s work attained worldwide recognition for his pioneering development of computer programs to analyze the structure of crystalline materials and to automate X-Ray diffraction measurements on which studies of crystals are based. His report on a least-squares computer program for interpreting X-Ray diffraction data has been cited more than 3,000 times.
Having served as president of the American Crystallographic Association, Bill received its first Martin J. Buerger Award for contributions to crystallographic computing and the study of inter-atomic forces in crystals. He was Secretary-treasurer of the National Research Council’s U.S. National Committee for Crystallography and a U.S. delegate to two International Congresses on Crystallography. He was named 1987 Samuel C. Lind lecturer by the East Tennessee section of the American Chemistry Society.
He was a beloved member of the Oak Ridge Unitarian Universalist Church from 1955 to presen... (Oak Ridger)Feb 3, 2016
Lois Marilyn Blaha, 88, whose Christian faith was the bedrock of her life
Association website. Donations by mail can be addressed to U.S. Coast Guard Academy Alumni Association, 47 Mohegan Ave, New London, CT 06320. Donations made in Lois Blaha’s name will be directed to the Association’s Leadership and Management Fund.
Please leave online condolences for the family at Bucktrout of Williamsburg.
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Armstrong Business College, Pearl Harbor, Stanford University, Williamsburg Landing
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The words worth waiting for — 'play ball'
Smith officially opened the new building with the most famous of words at a sporting event — “play ball.”
That afternoon, Monroeville hosted New London in a girls’ basketball game, which the visitors won 57-37. Then, in the evening, the Eagle boys entertained Lucas to cap off the event. The visitors also won that, 54-45.