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Chatham Flower Shops
251 Main St
Chatham, NJ 07928
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Oct 10, 2019
Arthur Hughes, former owner of Dearborn Farm Market, dies at 82 - Detroit Free Press
Hughes' youngest son, Patrick, was 13 when his father opened the Dearborn Farm Market in 1983. Before that, Hughes worked for the now-defunct Chatham Supermarket chain. He then decided to have his own business and opened the grocery store with business partner, Doug Hirvella.
Patrick's first job was at the store, where he collected carts, checked egg cartons for cracks and took out the garbage. He said he had to "start at the bottom."
"He was one of the toughest guys I've met," said Patrick. "Physically, mentally, he was a stickler for detail. But he was a softie, no doubt about it."
Hughes' "soft" side came out when he was giving back to the community. He would help out regularly with the Dearborn Fire Department's Burn Drive, donating 10,000 to 12,000 ears of corn and delivering all the pumpkins for the event in person.
In addition, he contributed to the Special Olympics, Dearborn Schools and local churches.
"Whether it was donating things, helping out logistics; it was an endless stream of compassion that always came from him," said Patrick. "He felt it was his responsibility to do that."
One of Patrick's favorite memories of his father was when he would host a fundraiser at the store every Labor Day weekend in conjunction with the annual Muscular Dystrophy Association telethon hosted by comedian Jerry Lewis. The event would feature hot dogs, a clown, music and balloon for the kids.
"It was like a big carnival-like atmosphere," he said. "My dad would have a bullhorn and he would be walking around, drumming up like he was the carnival runner. He would try to drum up support for people to get involved in the raffle and it was just a weekend event of fun."
Patrick said about 10 years ago, Whitmore-Bolles Elementary in Dearborn held an assembly, titled, "Art Appreciation Day."
"My dad was the focus of that," he said. "It was pretty special and amazing that they took time and had that for my dad."
Patrick would go on to follow in his dad's footsteps. He purchased the T... Mar 2, 2017
Funeral notices for Thursday, March 2, 2017
Burpee Funeral Home.PICARD — Dennis P., 61, died Sunday, Feb. 26. A celebration of Dennis’ life will be held at a future date later this spring in Chatham, Mass., and this summer in Eustis. The family asks that those who desire to, please consider memorial gifts in Dennis’ memory given to any animal rescue group of your choice. Cremation care has been provided by the Wiles Remembrance Center, 137 Farmington Falls Road, Farmington.THIBODEAU — Allan N., 73, of Lisbon died Sunday, Feb. 26. There will be a celebration of his life Saturday, March 18, at 3 p.m. at the Saracens Motorcycle Club, Route 4, Turner. Arrangements by Funeral Alternatives, Lewiston. (Lewiston Sun Journal)Nov 18, 2016
Boys cross country scoreboard: Saturday, Nov. 5 results
Mahomet Seymour 58, Grayslake Central 234, Normal University High 188, Sterling 194, Crystal Lake Central 210, Metamora 231, Marion 257, Chatham Glenwood 263, Sycamore 286, Springfield 289, Riverside-Brookfield 293, Danville 297, Dixon 351, St. Vator 376. Wheaton St. Francis 395, Hinsdale South 410, Charleston 412, Northside 436, Peoria Notre Dame 447, IMSA 451, Fenton 469, Dunlap 479, Brother Rice 524, Payton 550, Elmwood Park 574.
Top 10 individuals -- 1. Jack Aho (GLC) 14:23, 3. Matt Aho (GLC) 14:27, 3. Jack Franklin (NUH) 14:30, 4. Matther Richtman (Kaneland) 14:36, 5. Cole Barkocy (CLC) 14:40, 6. Andrew Walmer (MSym) 14:40, 7. Jacob Gebhardt (Ster) 14:41, 8. Ben Flowers (Jersey) 15:43, 9. Jacob Oury (Hampshire) 14:49, 10. Jake Gillum (Mtm) 14:50.
Other area individuals -- 12. Eli Minsky (GLC) 14:54, 15. Filip Pajak (Prairie Ridge) 14:55, 22. Jeremy Wallace (Lakes) 15:04, 23. Weston Sterchi (CLC) 15:04, 25. Nick Brouch (WhStF) 15:08, 31. Shane Williamson (Vernon Hills) 15:14, 40. Liam O'Connell (Grayslake North) 15:26, 43. Daniel Chen (IMSA) 15:27, 46. Will Matushek (Hampshire) 15:29.
... (Chicago Daily Herald)Nov 3, 2016
Jersey's Ben Flowers runs away from field, Panthers advance to sectional
Saturday's Decatur MacArthur Sectional with a fifth-place team finish; Civic Memorial also moved on to MacArthur with a sixth-place team finish. Chatham Glenwood took the team title with 41 points, followed by Taylorville (67), Springfield (76), the host Crimsons (126), the Panthers (140) and Eagles (145) to round out the advancing teams. Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin (147), Rochester (207) and Springfield Lanphier (229) were eliminated as teams, though three runners from SHG advanced as individuals, along with a runner from Lanphier and a runner from Rochester.
In addition to Flowers, Christian Cazier took 23rd (16:14), Drew Bertman 31st (16:14), Andrew Bryden 35th (16:55) and Asher Stidd 50th (17:32) to round out the scoring for the Panthers; Grant Morgan was 56th (18:21) and Austin Koenig was 62nd (19:43)
For the Eagles, Cohl Callies led the way with a 17th-place finish (16:04), followed by Sam Hurst in 20th (16:09), Parker Borth in 30th (16:40), Drake Stephenson in 32nd (16:42) and Mark Eldridge in 46th (17:23) to round out the scoring. Colton Hyman finished 54th (18:11) and Lucas Battles 55th (18:18).
Glenwood's Chris Durr was second (14:45), Springfield's Jackson Esela third (15:09) and Kyle Boughter fourth (15:17) and Glenwood's Drey Maton fifth (15:23) to round out the top five.
GIRLS: Civic Memorial did not enter a team in the girls regional and J...Nov 3, 2016
PREP CROSS COUNTRY: Jersey's Flowers repeats as sectional champ
Class 2A state meet next Saturday at Detweiller Park in Peoria by MacArthur Sectional qualifiers Danville (105), Chatham Glenwood (112), Springfield (132) and Charleston (187). Jersey placed 13th in the 18-team field with 311 points. Civic Memorial was 17th with 409 points.
Edwardsville Class 3A Sectional – The host Tigers earned their 28th state appearance with a third-place finish at SIUE. Minooka won the sectional with 89 points, with O’Fallon (96), Edwardsville (103), Lincoln-Way East (111) and Yorkville (129) also earning state trips.
Minooka senior Soren Knudsen won the race in 15:48. Edwardsville was led by junior Franky Romano’s fourth-place run in 16:13. Also scoring for the Tigers were sophomore Roland Prenzler (15th in 16:36), freshman Jack Pifer (19th in 16:47), sophomore Dan Powell (24rd in 16:53) and sophomore Max Hartmann (45th in 17:15).
Alton’s top finisher was senior Evan Rathgeb, who’s time of 17:10 placed him in 40th and fell short of qualifying for state.
Metro East Lutheran Class 1A Sectional – Before the Class 3A runners took over the course at SIUE, a Class 1A field led by Freeburg competed for state trips to Peoria.
Freeburg placed five in the top 16 to win with 42 points. Pinckneyville (108), Breese Mater Dei (122) and Steeleville (129) followed with the Roxana Shells (160) earning the fifth and final state berth.
Sophomore Cree Stumpf led the Shells, placing 17th in 18:04. Seniors James Henseler (25th in 18:14), Brandon Isom (28th in 18:26), Dakota Stumpf (32nd in 18:36) and Will Cotter (58th in 19:22) completed the top five for Roxana.
MEL junior Javon Watkins (14th in 17:45) and East Alton-Wood River senior Brenden Springman (16th in 17:49) qualified for state as individuals.
Effingham S... (Alton Telegraph)Oct 5, 2016
Chatham Author Ventresca's New Novel "Black Flowers, White Lies" Now Available
CHATHAM, NJ - There was one meeting of the Chatham Rolling Hill Association Book Club where Yvonne Ventresca must have sounded like the know-it-all on the book being discussed, Pandemic.
The other members of the club didn't mind that Ventresca did a lot of the talking because she didn't just read the book, she wrote it.
Although Pandemic is categorized as a "Young Adult" novel, it was of interest to the book club members because they knew the author and also because the fictional setting was based on Chatham and the surrounding area.
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Ventresca, a Chatham mother of two, was the winner of the 2015 Atlantic Region Crystal Kite Award from the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators for her novel Pandemic.
"We did do Pandemic in our book club," Ventresca said. "It's always interesting to hear what people say. Not everybody in a group of 15 is necessarily going to like it. What's fun is that they can ask about the process. 'How did you get the idea for this? Do...