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Florists in Clarence, NY

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

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Lipinoga Florist

9890 Main St
Clarence, NY 14031
(716) 759-6563

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Nov 9, 2019

Arlene's Flowers v. Washington - Cato Institute

Justice Clarence Thomas wrote a concurrence offering some guidance, but post-Masterpiece state and circuit courts have diverged. As it has in previous stages of this litigation, Cato has filed an amicus brief supporting Arlene’s Flowers—again joined by Reason Foundation and Individual Rights Foundation—urging the Supreme Court to take up the case and settle these issues and ambiguities after all. Cato is the only organization in the country to have filed briefs in support of both Jim Obergefell (lead plaintiff in the Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage case) and Jack Phillips (owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop). It shouldn’t be so hard to see the difference between government action and individual conscience, to have official equality while letting a thousand flowers bloom.

Aug 22, 2019

Eugene Brock 'Gene' Maxey, 77, nothing made him happier than golfing with buddies at the Golden Horseshoe - Williamsburg Yorktown Daily

U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Eugene Brock “Gene” Maxey, 77, folded his wings Monday, Aug. 19, 2019, in Williamsburg. Born Nov. 11, 1941, in Norfolk to Clarence “Red” Maxey and Harriette Foster Maxey, Gene earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Virginia Tech, was a member of Cotillion Club, and as a member of the Corps of Cadets, received his Air Force commission. As a logistics officer, he served around the world from Thailand and Germany to England and Taiwan. His military career concluded at Langley Air Force Base, where he retired after 21 years of proud service. Gene then utilized his military expertise for 18 years as director of Materials Management for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Nothing made Gene happier than golfing at the Golden Horseshoe with his golf buddies. He loved spending time at the Kingsmill Yacht Club and Sports Club. A huge film buff, Gene enjoyed Fridays at the movies, cheering his beloved Hokies and spending time with family and friends. All will remember Gene as a fun-loving and considerate friend, father and husband. While serving at Ramstein Air Force Base in Germany, Gene met his wife of 49 years, Jeanne Strassel Maxey.

Jul 26, 2019

Retired Circuit Judge Clarence Johnson Jr. dies at age 89, left legacy in court system - Florida Today

For more than three decades, Judge Clarence Johnson Jr. heard cases in the 18th Judicial Circuit — a court circuit that he was instrumental in helping create. But, when court was not in session, Johnson found enjoyment in spending time with his family, often joining them in pursuing two of his passions — on the sports fields, and fishing with them on the rivers and lakes of Florida. Johnson, a Circuit Court judge for 31 years, including nine as a senior judge, died on July 4 at age 89. "He was one of our most outstanding jurists in Brevard County," said retired Brevard County Court Judge A.B. Majeed, who served on the bench for 24 years and who considers Johnson as his mentor. "He was the cream of the crop. They don't come any finer than Clarence Johnson." Johnson was an attorney in West Palm Beach and Rockledge before becoming a circuit judge in 1971. Several years before he became a judge, Johnson was among a group of local lawyers who helped convince the Florida Legislature that it would be a good idea to create an 18th Judicial Circuit, consisting of Brevard and Seminole counties, rather than those counties being part of the 9th Judicial Circ...

Apr 6, 2018

Ten About Town: Live music, flowers, several school productions

You can go online to get on a waiting list."The Dream of the Burning Boy" will be performed in the Clarence Brown Theatre's Lab Theater March 28 through April 15. The production follows a middle-aged high school teacher struggling with the death of his favorite student. For more information, tickets or accessibility accommodation requests including Open Captioning, American Sign Language, and assistive technologies, please call the CBT Box Office at 865-974-5161 or go to's first-ever Dragon Lights Festival is going on nightly through April 22 at Chilhowee Park. Visitors will be able to marvel at 42 larger than life lantern displays with thousands of lights and nightly performances. Tickets range from $10.50 to $16.50, and parking is free. 'Lilies of the Field' is playing at the Knoxville Children's Theatre until April 15th. This lightly humorous play tells the story of how a group of German nuns convinces an aimless drifter to help them build a chapel in the middle of the New Mexico desert. Visit for a list of performances. It's 'TulipTime' at the Historic Crescent Bend House & Gardens. Come see the tulips blooming at this three-acre Italian-styled garden. Tickets range from $5 to $7, and guests can visit the site Wednesdays through Fridays from 10 am to 4 pm and Saturdays from 10 am to 2 pm until April 18.Do you own a Wildcat vehicle? Join other Wildcat owners from around the country for 'Wicked Wildcat Weekend' at Windrock Park in Oliver Springs for a fun weekend of trail riding. The gathering lasts from Friday to Sunday. Friday, April 6th It's the first Friday of the month, which means vendors, artists, musicians, and more will fill the streets of Old city and downtown for 'First Friday.' Music lovers rejoice! The Rhythm N' Blooms Festival is this weekend in the historic Old City. Headliners include Dr. Dog, the Mowglie's, and more. Tickets available at Talented theater students at Bearden Middle School have spent the past five months preparing for their upcoming production of "Into The Woods, Jr." Performances will be Friday and Saturday night at 7 pm at the Bearden Middle School Theater. Tickets range from $5 to $7. As part of the Dogwood Arts Festival, you can now experience 12 guided hikes this season through historic parks or through the woods to see beautif...

Mar 23, 2018

Jackson woman celebrates 108th birthday

Both grandsons hope to live as long and good of lives as she has.“I’m just amazed by the longevity of her life,” Walnut Grove Baptist Church Clarence Williams said.Buy PhotoKatie Cobb poses with Walnut Grove Baptist Church Pastor Clarence Williams at her 108th birthday party on March 18, 2018. (Photo: GAIL BAILEY/The Jackson Sun)Reach reporter Brittney Jackson at or 731-425-9643.Read or Share this story:

Jul 27, 2017

Fresh cut flower farms spring up around Detroit

Her flowers now decorate local shopsBuy PhotoSarah Pappas has quarter-acre flower farm on the corner of Rosa Parks and West Forest.(Photo: Clarence Tabb Jr. / The Detroit News)Buy PhotoDetroit — Sarah Pappas talks about the white snapdragons, purple-pink dianthuses or yellow rudbeckias that sprout on her flower farm and get bundled in bouquets like people in her life with strict needs and wants.“They want it to be cool, dim and still. And they want you you to change the water and cut the stems at least once in a week,” said Pappas, sitting under a shaded tree at her Fresh Cut Flower Farm. The “they” she was referring to were vibrant bouquets for sale last week.From 4-8 p.m. on Thursdays, Pappas, 33, invites the community to explore her quarter-acre farm on the corner of Rosa Parks and West Forest. The farm faces a decaying abandoned building and is partially gated by a black fence, yet passersby can’t miss the hoop house and pops of petals swaying in the wind.“I really just want people to experience the farm and get into it,” said Pappas, wearing a yellow and white floral skirt. Her short brown curls topple over her straw visor.Pappas started the farm in 2013 after working in food systems... (The Detroit News)