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The Eclectic Florist

159 First Nh Turnpike Rte 4
Northwood, NH 03261
(603) 942-7001

Northwood NH News

Jun 16, 2017

Stone: Summer blooms make for bliss

It is rewarding.”Special Note: Emily’s book, Natural Connections: Exploring Northwoods Nature through Science and Your Senses is here! Order your copy at  Listen to the podcast at!For 50 years, the Cable Natural History Museum has served to connect you to the Northwoods. Come visit us in Cable, WI! Our new exhibit: "Better Together--Celebrating a Natural Community" is now open! ... (Appleton Post Crescent (blog))

Feb 9, 2017

Montgomery/MAC basketball notebook: Churchill girls get back on track; Potomac School's Devon Flowers gets 'a ...

Kennedy on Tuesday, and had 26 points in Friday’s 94-39 win against Northwood. Montgomery County player of the week The Damascus girls’ basketball defense The Swarmin’ Hornets held Poolesville to 11 first-half points in a 46-32 victory on Tuesday, and cruised to a 71-23 win against Seneca Valley on Friday. Damascus is on an eight-game win streak and is undefeated against Montgomery County competition. Panthers’ Flowers takes center stage Potomac School’s Devon Flowers is still growing accustomed to life as a starting varsity big man after playing sporadic minutes last season at Gonzaga. It turns out, it’s not so easy. “It gets to your body,” said Flowers, a 6-foot-9 junior. “It’s the aches and pains you have to go through.” But Flowers has been fighting through the challenges in a big way, averaging a team-high 14 points and giving his new school a presence in the paint. The Panthers (10-5) notched wins over St. Andrew’s on Friday and St. James on Saturday, and have their sights set on a Mid-Atlantic Athletic Conference title run after last season’s 12-15 campaign. “It’s a brand new beginning,” Flowers said. “It was kinda a weird adjustment, but I just had to keep working at it.” Flowers fouled out against St. James after helping build a lead in the fourth quarter, but his teammates picked up the slack and helped Coach Levi Franklin earn his 400th victory. Zach Harris, a 6-foot-1 senior, battled inside and pulled down seven rebounds. Mike Grimes, a transfer from St. John’s, scored a game-high 22 points and sophomore Preston Bacon added 11. “I feel like right now we’re starting to prove that [we’re a good team],” Harris said. “I’m confident that we’re just gonna keep it going and keep it rolling.” More from AllMetSports Top 20 basketball rankings: Boys Girls District: Theodore Roosevelt boys running and rebounding Prince George’s: Central summons the energy of its ‘junkyard dog’ to remain unbeaten Northern Virginia: Wakefield girls take a sentimental road trip Loudoun: Loudoun Valley finds its voice to bounce back from forgettable December Southern Maryland: Merlon Devine II raises his game for La Plata Prince William: Ada Stanley guides unheralded Brentsville girls to new heights Anne Arundel: Chesapeake senior Kara Blanchard turns MS diagnosis into call for action Private schools: St. Stephen’s/St. Agnes boys are working overtime © The Washington Post Company Senior Coco Kuchins, 20, has helped guide Churchill to a 10-2 start this winter that includes a key win over Bethesda-Chevy Chase last Tuesday.

Oct 13, 2016

Kayte Chauncey Dixon, 94, enjoyed working with flowers

Chapel with Reverend Anthony Clemmons officiating. The family will receive friends from 9-10 a.m. at the funeral home. Burial will follow in the Northwood Cemetery. Online condolences may be made at   Kayte Chauncey Dixon, obits, obituaries, obituary Comments ... (Port City Daily)

Aug 15, 2016

Deaths Summary for Wednesday, August 10, 2016

North Charleston, retired owner and operator of WSM Properties Inc. and husband of Shirley Grant Malone, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Northwoods Chapel. NEWMAN, Caroline Eason, 95, of Charleston, a retired teacher and widow of Gilbert H. Newman, died Monday. Arrangements George Funeral Home and Cremation Center of Aiken. SLAINE, Katherine Hise, 60, of North Charleston, a kindergarten teacher and wife of Joseph P. Slaine, died Monday. Arrangements by Parks Funeral Home of Summerville. Berkeley County BOWENS, Gabe III, 39, of Bonneau died Sunday. Arrangements by Gethers Funeral Home of Moncks Corner. CRAVEN, John Edward Jr., of Goose Creek, an employee of the Charleston Naval Base and Naval Weapon Station and husband of Dorothy Grooms Craven, died Sunday. Arrangements by Carolina Memorial Funeral Home of North Charleston. Colleton County JOHNSON, Walter, 64, of Green Pond died Tuesday. Arrangements by Koger’s Mortuary Service of Walterboro. SALLEY, Harriet Pauls, of Round O died Aug. 3. Arrangements by Mungo Funeral Home of Walterboro. YOUNG, Theodore, 79, of Walterboro died Aug. 3. Arrangements by Koger’s Mortuary Service. Dorchester County BROWN, Stanley, 84, of Summerville, a retired Navy chief petty officer and husband of Barbara Lee Berer, died Monday. Arrangements by Stuhr’s Northwoods Chapel of North Charleston. FAHNESTOCK, Alma Jean, 82, of Summerville died Friday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston. HALL, James Wilson Jr., 67, of Summerville, an Army veteran, employee of Agent Owned Realty and husband of Sandy Menzer Hall, died Tuesday. Arrangements by James A. Dyal Funeral Home. HILL, Anne K., 97,... (Post and Courier - Charleston Post Courier)

May 18, 2016

Monday's high school scoreboard

Monday Chapin 2, A.C. Flora 0 Saturday State championship At Irmo Chapin vs. Hilton Head, 11:30 a.m. SCISA PLAYOFF SCHEDULE Class 3A Tuesday Northwood at Cardinal Newman, 5:30 p.m. Hammond at Porter-Gaud Ashley Hall at Ben Lippen BOYS GOLF Class 4A Lower State tournament Team scores (top 8 teams qualify): North Augusta 304; Wando 306; Bluffton 311; Carolina Forest 313; South Aiken 314; Lexington 315; Sumter 316; James Island 320; West Florence 332; Ashley Ridge 332; Fort Dorchester 334; Summerville 343 River Bluff 347; Stratford 355; Cane Bay 372; Conway 375. Medalist: Jake Carter, South Aiken 69 Midlands individuals Lexington: Dillon Hite 73, Connor Patterson 79; Nicholas Beirs 80; Josh Larick 83; Alec Vardas 83 River Bluff: Benjamin Nicholson 84; Logan Biggers 85; Alex Bowers 86; Sat Champaneri 92; Ryan McGillan 95 Class 4A Upper state tournament Team Scores (Top 8 qualify for state, x-won in playoff): Boiling Springs 292, Gaffney 298, Dutch Fork 307, Easley 308, Byrnes 308, J.L. Mann 309, Blythewood 314, x-Dorman 315; Spring Valley 315, Rock Hill 318, Hillcrest 319, Woodmont 322, Greenwood 324, Fort Mill 328, Nation Ford 328, Westwood 370. Class 3A Upper State Tournament Team scores (Top 8 qualify for state): Eastside 309, Emerald 315; A.C. Flora 318; Wren 320; Lancaster 328; South Pointe 337; Blue Ridge 338; West Oak 344; BHP 347; Chapin 347/... (The State)

Feb 3, 2016

Thursday's Scores

W.Va. 58, Boonsboro 34 Hubie Blake 78, John F. Kennedy 63 John Carroll 59, St. Frances 42 Liberty 60, Francis Scott Key 59 Middletown 68, Urbana 53 Northwood 74, Montgomery Blair 68 Patterson Mill 51, C. Milton Wright 47 Pikesville 54, Parkville 51 Seneca Valley 48, Poolesville 30 Sherwood 68, Magruder 57 South Hagerstown 76, Clear Spring 67 Southwestern 58, Coppin Academy 45 Springbrook 75, Paint Branch 50 Thomas Johnson 76, Brunswick 50 Tuscarora 93, Catoctin 50 Walt Whitman 53, Wheaton 44 Williamsport 60, Smithsburg 43 Winston Churchill 65, Albert Einstein 64, OT Wootton 69, Walter Johnson 51 POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS Aberdeen vs. Joppatowne, ppd. Oxon Hill vs. Central, ppd. Bowie vs. C. H. Flowers, ppd. Frederick Douglass vs. Crossland, ppd. Suitland vs. Eleanor Roosevelt, ppd. Henry Wise vs. Laurel, ppd. (SFGate)