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Order flowers and gifts from Flowers Down Under located in Camillus NY for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 69 Main St, Camillus New York 13031 Zip. The phone number is (315) 672-7424. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Flowers Down Under in Camillus NY. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Flowers Down Under delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Flowers and Gifts News

Mar 11, 2016

Skaneateles Garden Club to bring in spring with 'Floral Magic' featuring designer Nancy Kitchen

Christmas decorations. Membership is not held to the geographical constraints of Skaneateles, as members also live in Syracuse, Auburn, Camillus, Elbridge and Spafford, where Wiegel makes her home and tends her own garden. “It was quite the honor to be asked,” she said of taking over the leadership of the club. She acknowledged she was cautious about joining the club, as it was a big commitment and it seemed serious in nature. But, she soon found the work enjoyable and the members welcoming and engaging. The seriousness comes because they are savvy about gardening, floral composition and entertaining. “Being serious about a passion makes the experience more meaningful,” Weigel said. (Auburn Citizen)

Dec 30, 2015

Alice (Clara) Seymour

Morristown NY; Robert and Judy Seymour, Ogdensburg; John and Renée Seymour, Ogdensburg; Rose and John Gardner, Ogdensburg; Jean and Ronald Bassett, Camillus NY; Ann Hanna, Baldwinsville NY; Susan and Paul Duffy, Rouses Point NY; and Rita and James Crowley, Ogdensburg; and Andrew and Meloni Seymour, Plainfield IL. . She considered all of her children’s spouses as her own. Thirty-two grandchildren and twenty-four great-grandchildren were blessed to be held and guided by their “Nanny”, she dearly loved each of them. Clara is survived by one sister, Rose Seymour, sisters-in-law Marie Morley, Ellen Bova, Janet Seymour, Mary Ellen Seymour, Barbara Seymour and brother-in-law William Seymour, and many very special nieces and nephews. She is pre-deceased by her brother, Louis Seguin and in-laws James, Thomas and David Seymour, William Morley, Thomas and Anna DuPré, Herman Bova, Sylvia Seguin and her son-in-law Gregory Hanna. Clara was born on May 25, 1925 in Ogdensburg, the daughter of Clarence and Mary (Burns) Seguin. She graduated from Saint Mary’s Academy in 1943 and attended the Wallace Secretarial School. She married Robert W. Seymour on January 10, 1946 at Saint Mary’s Cathedral in the presence of Reverend Clarence Devan. James and Rose Seymour, his brother and her sister, attended the couple. Clara was a devout Catholic and active in many ministries at Saint Mary’s Cathedral. It was fitting that she went to her heavenly home on the Feast of the Holy Family. Her children, family and friends were so blessed to call her as their mother, Nanny, Clara. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to St. Joseph’s Nursing Home; 950 Linden Street; Ogdensburg, NY 13669. Condolences can also be shared online at (

Dec 30, 2015

Beach Buzz: Miami-based Casa Valentina for at-risk youth celebrates 10th ...

To date, the nonprofit has served more than 150 youth — young women, young men (Emmaus Place in partnership with Camillus House) and moms and their children at housing in West Grove, the Roads and Life Skills Training in the city of Miami Gardens. Over the years, Casa Valentina has partnered with a wide variety of organizations including: Women’s Fund of Dade County, St. Phillips Episcopal Church, OUR Kids Inc. and National Council of Jewish Women. The organization is now planning its next decade — and is working with Miami-Dade Public Housing and the FIU Cejas School of Architecture to explore the creation of an expanded Casa Valentina Village in West Grove. To learn more or donate, call 305-444-0740 or visit SPARKLE AND SHINE DARLING Adrienne (Mrs. Chris) Bosh celebrated the opening of Sparkle and Shine Darling, her new retail boutique and event venue at 1665 Alton Road (suite 101) in Miami Beach with a series of private launch parties, beginning with one for friends and family on Nov. 9. More than 100 VIPs attended the Nov. 9 event, including Micky and Madeleine Arison, Alexis Stoudemire, David and Natasha Fizdale, Amaris Jones, Deborah Cox, Shannon Allen, Wayne Boich Jr. and Cynthia Marin. Produced by Miami-based Jackie Ohh Events, the bash featured catering by Grown Miami and bubbly by Moët & Chandon. Guests were treated to lip and handwriting analysis entertainment, glamour shots in a Sparkle and Shine Darling-branded photo booth and custom fashion sketches by Emily Brickel Edelson of Chic Sketch, while scoping out the store’s one-of-a-kind products for home and office, and its café, which offers bakery treats and beverages. Parting gift bags included goodies such as American Social gift cards, Briogeo’s Blossom & Bloom Volumizing Blow Dry Spray, designer tops by Julian Chang, Olyve Flowers gift certificates, Greater Miami Skin & Laser Center Deluxe Hydrafacial certificates and more. Bosh, mother, philanthropist and wife of Miami Heat center Chris Bosh, says she hopes her new venue will serve as a “haven” for women. As for how she came up with the name: Bosh says “Sparkle and Shine” represents all of h... (Miami Herald)


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