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Florists in Belen, NM

Find local Belen, New Mexico florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Belen 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.

Belen Flower Shops

Amor Flowers & Gifts

315 W Reinken Ave
Belen, NM 87002
(505) 864-3677

Davis Floral

400 Dalies Ave
Belen, NM 87002
(505) 864-8722

Belen NM News

Jan 5, 2017

Cal Poly universities' Rose Parade float wins Founders' Trophy

It’s just unreal how much time and steel, how much shaping, how many flowers went into making the float,” said decorations chair Belen Castillo, a Cal Poly forestry and natural resources junior. “The very last thing we do is put on all the flowers. It looks so beautiful.” ... (The San Luis Obispo Tribune)

Sep 7, 2016

Florists' credit union finds niche

Like Florist FCU, which is based in a small home in Roswell, Belen Railway Employees Credit Union was founded to serve a core group of employees, in this case, employees of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe. Ditto for Colfax School Employees Credit Union in Raton — the smallest of them all — with just 170 members and $300,000 in assets. The “office” is located in a filing cabinet behind CEO Carolyn Hestand’s desk at Raton High School, where she is also works as the district’s special education secretary. Without credit unions like Colfax, a lot of working people in the state’s smaller communities would not have access to credit or financial services, said Hestand. Many members are retirees. “They like the way we do business,” said Hestand of loans for cars, horse trailers and vacations. Florist FCU has $8 million in assets, said Kenn Bell, president of the credit union, the only one chartered in the U.S. to serve the floral industry. “What makes us unique as a small credit union is we know more members by name, their stories, their challenges,” said Bell, whose three-person staff wears a lot of hats. “I know over half our members and can recognize their voices (on the phone),” he said. Members tend to be low- to middle-income earners, Bell said. They are designers and drivers, often single parents or the sole bread winner in their families. “As such, many often don’t have great credit scores, so we have had to change up our model for lending,” said Bell. Services important to members are remote deposit capture, mobile banking and access to an ATM service through the Illinois Credit Union League because it’s very focused on serving the needs of small credit unions. “We have a very robust ACA (Automated Clearing House) program with another vendor,” said Bell. “We are an $8 million credit union, but we send and receive about $16 million in transfers each year,” said Bell. Started in 1955, Belen Railway Credit Union has outgrown the living room of one of its founders and several other locations to serve its 2,000 members, which include railroaders and their families as well as vendors serving the industry. Automated banking is very important to railroaders, since many are out of town a lot, said Gerry Troyer, CEO and president of the seven... (Albuquerque Journal)

Feb 2, 2016

South Florida high school sports scores: Friday, Jan. 29, 2016

Bain 9, L. Tyler 7, Fuentas 4. Rebounds: V. Uyaelunmo 12. Assists: Perez 5, Jackson 5. Blocks: V. Uyaelunmo 4. HT: SL 43-39. ? Late Thursday — Belen 60, Ronald Reagan 48: BEL: Torres De Navarra 3, Salazar 4, Cabrera 5, Mejer 4, Rodriguez 7, Bravo 2, Consuegra 7, Puenete 1, Romeu 24, Carrillo 3. RR: Matas 2, Luaces 7, Sweet 9, Cervino 4, Lopez 9, Canto 2, Fernandez 15. Rebounds: Romeu 8. Assists: Consuegra 5, Rodriguez 5. Steals: Romeu 3, Rodriguez 3. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL ? District 15-8A — Lourdes 55, Ferguson 52 (OT): LOU (23-6): Maristany 6, Minervino 10, Vidal 6, Couto 15, Midolo 5, Moralejo 13. FER (23-7): Laureano 18, Perez 19, Rodríguez 6, Pineda 9. HT: FER 25-13. Three-pointers: Minervino 2, Vidal 2, Couto, Moralejo 3, Laureano, Perez 2, Rodriguez, Pineda. ? District 14-4A Final — Gulliver Prep 48, Keys Gate 41: GP (24-3): Ra. Kaiser 3, Pyatt 5, Pinder 7, Kunkel 14, Thomas 14. KG: Tyre 2, Velez 12, Calderon 6, Dennis 14, Moore 6. Three-pointers: Bahadue, Kunkel 2, Velez. Rebounds: Thomas 17. Assists: Kunkel 6. Steals: Bahadue 10. HT: GP 32-26. ? District 15-3A Final — Florida Christian 56, Archbishop Carroll 33: FC: Irvine 11, Nunez 9, Castellano 13, Skojldal 6, Estape 6. Rebounds: Irvine 7. Steals: Skojldal 2. Assists: Nunez 8. Three-pointers: Castellano 3. ? District 16-6A Final — Doral 63, Miami Springs 25: DA (22-5): Martinez 11, Guerrero 9, Barrios 9, Vega 8, Rondon 6, Suarez 5, Torres 3, Abdala 3, Osceola 2, Suarez 2, Huggins 2, Machado 2, Molina 2. MS: Parson 9, Moise 5, Flowers 3, Carter 2. HT: 42-11 DA. Three-pointers: Guerrero. Rebounds: Molina 5. Assists: Martinez 6. ? Late Thursday, District 14-4A Semifinals — Calvary Christian 49, University School 32: CCA (12-12): Bender 25, Isaac 17, Hickey 5, Collins 2, Derr 0. US (10-9): Frye 12, Shashona 12, Tolchinsky 3, Perez 3, Fienstein 2. HT: 19-14. ? Late Thursday, District 14-4A Semifinals — Cardinal Gibbons 55, Pine Crest 43: CG (18-4): Gregos 19, Antoine 15, Armstead 11, Cohen 8, Tumminello 2. PC... (Miami Herald)

Feb 2, 2016

Ely and Dillard advance to final of BCAA Big 8 boys' basketball tournament

Bain 9, L. Tyler 7, Fuentas 4. Rebounds: V. Uyaelunmo 12. Assists: Perez 5, Jackson 5. Blocks: V. Uyaelunmo 4. HT: SL 43-39. ? Late Thursday — Belen 60, Ronald Reagan 48: BEL: Torres De Navarra 3, Salazar 4, Cabrera 5, Mejer 4, Rodriguez 7, Bravo 2, Consuegra 7, Puenete 1, Romeu 24, Carrillo 3. RR: Matas 2, Luaces 7, Sweet 9, Cervino 4, Lopez 9, Canto 2, Fernandez 15. Rebounds: Romeu 8. Assists: Consuegra 5, Rodriguez 5. Steals: Romeu 3, Rodriguez 3. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL ? District 15-8A — Lourdes 55, Ferguson 52 (OT): LOU (23-6): Maristany 6, Minervino 10, Vidal 6, Couto 15, Midolo 5, Moralejo 13. FER (23-7): Laureano 18, Perez 19, Rodríguez 6, Pineda 9. HT: FER 25-13. Three-pointers: Minervino 2, Vidal 2, Couto, Moralejo 3, Laureano, Perez 2, Rodriguez, Pineda. ? District 14-4A Final — Gulliver Prep 48, Keys Gate 41: GP (24-3): Ra. Kaiser 3, Pyatt 5, Pinder 7, Kunkel 14, Thomas 14. KG: Tyre 2, Velez 12, Calderon 6, Dennis 14, Moore 6. Three-pointers: Bahadue, Kunkel 2, Velez. Rebounds: Thomas 17. Assists: Kunkel 6. Steals: Bahadue 10. HT: GP 32-26. ? District 15-3A Final — Florida Christian 56, Archbishop Carroll 33: FC: Irvine 11, Nunez 9, Castellano 13, Skojldal 6, Estape 6. Rebounds: Irvine 7. Steals: Skojldal 2. Assists: Nunez 8. Three-pointers: Castellano 3. ? District 16-6A Final — Doral 63, Miami Springs 25: DA (22-5): Martinez 11, Guerrero 9, Barrios 9, Vega 8, Rondon 6, Suarez 5, Torres 3, Abdala 3, Osceola 2, Suarez 2, Huggins 2, Machado 2, Molina 2. MS: Parson 9, Moise 5, Flowers 3, Carter 2. HT: 42-11 DA. Three-pointers: Guerrero. Rebounds: Molina 5. Assists: Martinez 6. ? Late Thursday, District 14-4A Semifinals — Calvary Christian 49, University School 32: CCA (12-12): Bender 25, Isaac 17, Hickey 5, Collins 2, Derr 0. US (10-9): Frye 12, Shashona 12, Tolchinsky 3, Perez 3, Fienstein 2. HT: 19-14. ? Late Thursday, District 14-4A Semifinals — Cardinal Gibbons 55, Pine Crest 43: CG (18-4): Gregos 19, Antoine 15, Armstead 11, Cohen 8, Tumminello 2. PC (17-4): Ballesteros 15, Taylor 9, Mordis 6, De las Casas 4, Weinberg 3, Engler 2, Hancock 2, Shea 2. HT: 25-25. WRESTLING ? Cooper City 66, Western 12: 106: Jacob Swartz (CC). 113: Nicholas Luna (CC). 120: Christian Morales (CC) over Ethan Chiappelli (WR) (Fall) 126: Kyle Thompson (CC) over Jeffrey Rubold (WR) (Fall). 132: Jacob Jordan (CC) over Eros Arias (WR) (Fall). 138: Vincent Garcia (WR).145: Liam Jones (CC). 152: Connor Jones (CC) over Nicholas Casmass (WR) (Fall). 160: Nasser Hasson (WR) over Isaiah Gauthier (CC) (Fall). 182: Nicholas Gonzalez (CC) over (WR) (For.) 195: Jozef Macugoski (CC) over Henry Morer (WR) (Fall) 220: Nick Guzman (CC) over (WR). 285: Andrew Tilghman (CC) over Amir Mozanrour (WR) (Fall) ? Cooper City 61, Mater Lakes 18: 106: Jacob Swartz (CC) over Ivan Hadfey (ML) (Fall). 113: Nicholas Luna (CC) over Diane Perez (ML) (Fall ) 120: Christian Morales (CC).126: Kyle Thompson (CC) over Rafael Alvarez (ML) (Fall) 132: Jacob Jordan (CC) over Bryan Valbuena (ML) (Fall ) 138: Austin Henriquez (ML). 145: Liam Jones (CC) over Joseph Tucker (ML) (Dec 10-3) 152: Connor Jones (CC) over Nestor Nunez (ML) (MD 12-1) 160: Daniel Capo (ML) over Isaiah Gauthier (CC) (Fall) 170: Sebastian Marrero (ML).182: Nicholas Gonzalez (CC) over Sebastian Marrero (ML) (Fall) 195: Jozef Macugoski (CC). 220: Nick Guzman (CC) over Andy Delpozo (ML) (Fall) 285: Andrew Tilghman (CC). ? Goleman 42, Alonzo Mourning 12: 138: Anthony Romero fall 1:26. 132: Alex Godinez fall 4:17. 160: Jesus Perez fall 5:22. BG 16-3 ? Goleman 30, Hialeah Gardens 28:/st... (Miami Herald)

Dec 30, 2015

Quinn, Martha J. "Jody" (Cleveland)

Dan Quinn; her daughters, Amanda (Bruce) Elliott, and Tessa Quinn (Jeff); her grandchildren, Bailey, Layne, Lauryn, Bianca, Belen and Hayden; her sister, Cris (Larry) Sparks; brothers, Steve (Debbie) Farmer and David (Kathy) Farmer; niece, Kerri Helm; several other nieces and nephews; and  special caregivers that supported her and us thru this past year, Darlene Ables, Amanda Martin and Jessica Raspa. Special thanks to Dr. Alpers and the entire Chattanooga Als clinic along with our Als support team. Throughout her life she found her joy in raising her family. She was a Girl Scout leader, a two time band mom and a avid supporter of her grandchildren in basketball, wrestling, football, choir and everything they did. She was also a lady Shriner. She loved being on the river camping and fishing. She tirelessly cared for her mother many years. She was the champion of our family and will be missed forever. In lieu of flowers we ask that you donate to our page -http://gofundme/wefightforjody where proceeds will go to the Chattanooga Als clinic and the Shriners children's hospital or mail to Quinn family: 3711 Woodcrest Circle NW Cleveland, TN 37312.A celebration of Life service is planned for Thursday, Dec. 31 at 1 p.m. in the funeral home chapel.  Interment will follow in the Laurel Hills Cemetery. Chris Cortney, Dennis Armstrong, Layne Lawson, ... (The Chattanoogan)

Dec 30, 2015

Carlos Alonzo Montoya, 62

St. Vincent De Paul of San Clemente. Arrangements are being handled by the caring professionals at Romero Funeral Home, Belen, N.M. (Valley Courier)