Florists in Batavia, NY
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Batavia Flower Shops
68 Jackson St
Batavia, NY 14020
Batavia NY News
Jul 26, 2019
Growing Peace and Freedom, One Flower At A Time - Spectrum News
About 30,000 cars travel down West Main Street in Batavia daily. There's a good chance those drivers and their passengers miss the flags and flowers.Turns out, there's a patriotic story to this landscaping along Tonawanda Creek.
"To try and promote world peace," said Barb Toal, the vice president of the Batavia Peace Garden.
The garden first started growing in 2012, to mark the bicentennial of the War of 1812. It's here in Batavia where those who lost everything in the burning of Buffalo fled.
An arsenal was also built to keep the British out. It proved successful and Batavia became a place where people felt safe and welcome. Now the garden blooms as a way to remember those dark days by shedding light on our freedom, and something else, too.
"It brings the community together and builds peace," Toal said. "You have to get along with each other."
There's a butterfly bench and a globe that serves as a thank you to the military.
"It shows that it's international, it's not just here in Batavia," Toal said. "If we can make peace in ou... Sep 14, 2016
Sunday picks: Ozzy and the gang say goodbye to Chicago
Road, Wheaton. Guests are welcome to bring blankets and lawn chairs for seating. Free with paid $10 parking. cantigny.org. 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 4
Batavia's Block Party
A classic car show, a pie bake-off, live music, lawn games and bags, hula hoop activities, dancing, kids' activities and vmore are all part of the annual Taste of Batavia Block Party on North River Street and at the Riverwalk, 100 N. Island Ave., downtown Batavia. Drink specials and tastings are available for purchase. Free. downtownbatavia.com/currentevents/block-party/. 4 to 9 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 4
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Boys track: Friday, April 29 scoreboard
Pole vault: 1. Jazo (Lakes) 14-01, 2. Murphy (York) 13-07, 3. Loughran (Mnka) 13-03.
at Glenbard West Jim Arnold Invitational
Batavia 90; Oak Park-River Forest 81.5; Evanston 76; Glenbard West 73; Lake Park 65; Wheaton North 57; Lockport 45.5; Niles West 19; Morton 14; Glenbard South 13; Bloom Township 12; Bartlett 10; St. Rita 2
3200 relay: OPRF (Lonergan, Staples, Loud, Johnson) 7:46.21; Batavia 8:18.39; Glenbard West 8:22.92; 400 relay: Evanston (Bangbose, Amarteifio, Daniels, Garron) 42.92; Glenbard West 43.46; Batavia 43.68; 3200: Neumann (GW) 9:37.34; Martinez (Mort) 9:40.73; Harper (OPRF) 9:41.05; 110 high hurdles: Amarteifio (Ev) 14.43; Spejcher (LP) 15.23; Stuttle (Bat) 15.41; 100: Kravas (GW) 10.98; Jones (OPRF) 11.25; Gravely (OPRF) 11.33; 800: Singer (Ev) 2:00.02; Monaghan (OPRF) 2:00.10; Santa (NW) 2:00.16; 800 relay: Glenbard West (Gibson, Divenere, Terrell, Gborie) 1:30.90; Lockport 1:32.75; Batavia 1:32.95; 400: Garron (Ev) 48.79; Davis (Blm) 48.96; Rodgers (Lock) 49.07; 300 int. hurdles: Amarteifio (Ev) 38.90; Akers (Bat) 40.59; Young (Bat) 41.43; 1600: Loud (OPRF) 4:21.87; Monaghan (OPRF) 4:30.48; Bastian (Bat) 4:31.41; 200: Garron (Ev) 22.25; Gborie (GW) 22.92; Birkhaug (Bat) 22.95; 1600 relay: Glenbard West (Andreasik, Gibson, Divenere, Terrell) 3:24.21; Batavia 3:24.84; OPRF 3:24.90; Long jump: Stuttle (Bat) 21-1.25; Jackson (WN) 20-11.75; Bernat (Bart) 20-6.75; High jump: Rudelich (Bat) 6-2; Pearson (WN) 6-0; Spjcher (LP) 5-10; Triple jump: Wilburn (Ev) 43-6; Wabommer (NW) 42-11.75; Howard (GS) 40-10.5; Shotput: Meyer (Lock) 62-0; Basso (LP) 58-0; Scheirich (LP) 54-6; Discus: Basso (LP) 185-06; Webber (WN) 182-05; Meyer (Lock) 173-07; Pole vault: Koval (LP) 15-2; Nelson (OPRF) 14-0; Brown (LP) 13-6.
at Hinsdale South Yavorski Hornet Invitational
Hinsdale South 153; Bloomington 142; Benet 106; Glenbard East 76.5; Montini 56; Lemont 49.5
3200 relay: Benet (Luwanja, O'Keefe, Engels, Giradot) 8:29.37; Hinsdale South 8;41.15; Bloomington 8:44.65; 400 relay: Montini (Smith, West, Foster, Walker) 43.04; Bloomington 44.01; Hinsdale South 44.55; 3200: Nodus (HS) 9:39.55; Kowalczyk (Ben) 10:15.57; Ramirez (HS) 10;21.92; 110 high hurdles: Person (Blm) 16.07; Welsh (Ben) 16.27; Bommarito (Blm) 16.51; 100: West (Mon) 10.99; Lockhart (Blm) 11.15; Boye (HS) 11.46; 800: Jordan (HS) 1:59.01; Schaefer (GE) 2:01.82; Towne (Ben) 2:09.35; 800 relay: Bloomington (Jones, Finley, Lyons, Lockhart) 1:30.93; Montini 1:33.78; Hinsdale South 1:35.57; 400: Mikel (GE) 49.37; Thompson (Lem) 50.56; Noble (HS) 51.21; 300 int. hurdles: Bommarito (Blm) 41.51; Lang (Ben) 41.71; Person (Blm) 42.00; 1600: Giradot (Ben) 4:40.17; Doud (Blm) 4:40.24; Joseph (HS) 4:42.70; 200: Boye (HS) 22.58; Mikel (GE) 22.96; Finley (Blm) 23.14; 1600 relay: Bloomington (Ferguson, Lyons, Bommarito, Jones) 3:31.26; Benet 3:31.30; Hinsdale South 3:33.66; Long jump: Steele (Lem) 19-8.75; Sniezko (Lem) 18-11; Schulze (GE) 18-... (Chicago Daily Herald)Apr 22, 2016
Scott D. Harris
Betty (Ruffino) Harris of Oakfield.
Scott was the founder and President of Millwork Solutions Inc., and owner of Harris Mill Street Properties LLC.of Batavia, New York. He was a lifelong resident of Oakfield, NY, A graduate of Oakfield/Alabama class of 1981 and Alfred State College class of 1983. Scott was a member of the Eagle Creek Yacht Club in Kendall, NY. He was an avid Hunter, Golfer, Snowmobiler, Sabre, Yankees, and Bills Fan. Scott’s family and friends are everything to him.
Scott is survived by his loving wife of 31 years; Karen (Heitzhaus) Harris; sons Nicholas (Nina) Harris, Corey Harris, daughter McKenzie (Matthias Schuster) Harris; a grandson Tanner Scott Harris; in-laws James and Ellen Heitzhaus, sisters Suzanne (Tim) Schultz, Pamela (Ron) Bordinaro, Jacqueline Cole, brother–in-law and sister-in-law James E. Heitzhaus and Suzan (Dan Hencken) Mattson; along with many Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and Nieces and Nephews.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on April 2, 2016 at 11 a.m. at St. Padre Pio Parish 56 Maple Ave. Oakfield, NY 14125. He will be laid to rest in St. Cecilia’s Cemetery in Oakfield.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice and Palliative Care of Buffalo Hospice and Palliative Care of Buffalo 225 Como Park Blvd Cheektowaga, New York 14227. For more information please call 585-343-8260 or to leave a me... (The Daily News Online)Feb 3, 2016
Naperville marijuana dispensary getting ready to open
Thursday at 1700 Quincy Ave., Suite 103. The shop is the second operated by Traci and Hugo Fernandez of Batavia, whose first dispensary opened Dec. 7 in Joliet.
video Dispensing medical pot
"It's very nice in Joliet. The employees are very helpful and knowledgeable," said 3C patient Susie Higgins of Naperville, who said she's pleased a dispensary soon will open closer to her home. "It's great. It's just, as it says, compassionate care."
The Fernandezes started their shops as a way to help patients with painful, debilitating conditions and to fund research on paralysis. Traci has a rare neurological disorder called transverse myelitis, which causes what she describes as tingling and "raw nerve pain." She's paralyzed from the chest down.
"Helping patients alleviate their symptoms is the biggest concern," Fernandez said.
The Naperville business will be open only to patients with state-issued permits to buy medical marijuana. Patients with one of 40 approved conditions, including spinal cord disease, multiple sclerosis, ALS, cancer and HIV can receive the permit with a doctor's recommendation.
"The hardest part is having a doctor that's willing to accommodate you," prospective patient Alan Pappalardo of Naperville said.
Chronic pain and post-traumatic stress disorder are not yet on the list of acceptable c... (Chicago Daily Herald)Feb 3, 2016
Nicholas M. Marcello
NICHOLAS M. MARCELLO Age 59, of Batavia, died peacefully Wednesday January 27, 2016 at Crossroads House surrounded by his loving family. He was born March 28, 1956 in Batavia, NY son of Joseph and Frances (Colantonio) Marcello of Batavia. Nick was employed at National Grid and was also a cashier for OTB and a member of the former St. Nick’s Club. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, the casino’s, playing cards, horse racing and was an avid sports fan, always cheering on his hometown favorite, Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres. Nick enjoyed animals and was always up for a good joke, but near and dear to him, was his wife and family.
Surviving along with his parents is his loving wife of 19 years, Cindy (Vigneri) Marcello of Batavia; step-son, John Silvernail of Batavia; brothers, Joseph (Denise) Marcello of MS, Phil (Kim) Marcello of Batavia, Mark (Roni) Marcello of Batavia; sisters, Ava (Ron) King of Batavia and Lori (Bob) Waite of Batavia; mother-in-law, Alice (late Philip) Vigneri of Batavia; brothers-in-law, Pat (Amanda) V... (The Daily News Online)