Petite 2 Florist
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Petite 2 Florist
3268 Hempstead Tpke
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Feb 1, 2020
Science, creativity meet at St. Michael School's flower show - CatholicPhilly.com
By Maria Pisano • Posted January 31, 2020 Students at St. Michael the Archangel School in Levittown participated in their sixth annual Junior Flower Show Jan. 31, adding extra color to Catholic Schools Week, which ends Feb. 1.
The event celebrates a place where “science and creativity come together,” said Julia Thome of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS), which supports flower shows at area schools to explore the benefits of horticulture through hands-on learning.
PHS provides guidelines, suggested projects and lesson plans so schools can run their own exhibit. Judges then review the exhibits and present award ribbons to participating students and collaboratively select a handful of “Best of Show” winners who receive tickets to the 2020 Philadelphia Flower Show where their work will be displayed.
Teachers from St. Michael School incorporated Junior Flower Show projects into their classroom learning. Each class chose a project outlined by PHS, but students were encouraged to work on additional projects on their own. Principal Stephen DiCicco referred to the projec... Mar 23, 2017
My Turn: Hicksville has changed since wartime childhood
After the war, Hicksville became a hub for the surrounding communities growing by thousands of homes being built on the farm fields in Plainview, Levittown, Jericho. Broadway was a two-lane highway, and there were many gated railroad crossings. Sunday mornings, the churches had standing room only, and the lines at the two bakeries in town went around the corner. In the next few years, Broadway become a four-lane highway, and all the stores on the west side were taken down, leaving empty lots for years. The railroad crossings were elevated. Broadway Mall was built as Mid-Island Plaza. My parents bought a house on Burns Avenue, across from a farm that later became the site of the Burns Avenue School. I was married at St. Ignatius Church in 1958, and moved 25 miles east with my new husband.But every once in a while, I’ll ride down Richard Street, and try to picture our house with the dogwood tree and wash lines. I learned my love of gardening from my father’s vegetable garden there, and my mother’s rows of flowers. Along one side of the front lawn were pink-tinged white rose bushes, “New Dawn,” introduced in 1930, which put them into the perfect time frame for our years in the rented house. We cut the blooms for neighbors, our hair, corsages, the nuns. Our home, the roses, and the families I knew there are long gone. St. Ignatius School is closed. But I remember it all so well.Barbara Perino,AquebogueLET US HEAR FROM YOU Letters and essays for MY TURN are original works by readers that have never appeared in print or online. Share special memories, traditions, friendships, life-changing decisions, observations of life, or unforgettable moments for possible publication. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or write to Act 2 Editor, Newsday Newsroom, 235 Pinelawn Rd., Melville, NY 11747. Include name, address and phone numbers. Photos if available... (Newsday)Apr 22, 2016
Services Set For Bensalem Couple Killed In Car Crash
Saturday at the James J. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., 2200 Trenton Road, Levittown. Interment will be held privately.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions payable to Garrison Sochalski's educational account can be made to PNC Bank, 91 Oxford Valley Rd., Yardley, PA 19067.David J. SochalskiDavid J. Sochalski was tragically killed in an automobile accident along with his fiancee, Carmen Zoveida Mendez, on Sunday, April 10, 2016. He was 30.Born in Langhorne, the son of Michele (Mathewson) and Gary D. Sochalski, David was a lifetime resident of Lower Bucks County. He was a 2004 graduate of Bucks County Technical High School.For the past 5 years, David followed in father's footsteps as an established HVAC mechanic employed at Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ.He was an avid hunter, fisherman and Pittsburgh Steelers fan. Most important to him always was the love of his son, his fiancee, and spending time gathered with family.David will be remembered as a proud new father, having a one of kind booming personality and someone who was often instigator of many family jokes and pranks. He and his fiancee had huge hearts and would do anything to help whenever they were needed.He was the loving father of Garrison D. and brother of Tara (Kristofer) and Jacob Sochalski, and newest stepson, Carlito. David will also be sadly missed by many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.He was predeceased by his Pap, Gram, Granny, and best friends Brandon and Brian.Family and friends may call on Saturday, from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the James J. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., 2200 Trenton Road, Levittown, where his funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m.. Interment will be held privately. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions payable to Garrison Sochalski's educational account can be made to PNC Bank, 91 Oxford Valley Road, Yardley, PA 19067.
(Patch.com)Apr 22, 2016
Employee and wife killed in tragic PA accident
The funeral service for both will be held on April 16 at 1 p.m. at the James J. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., 2200 Trenton Road, Levittown, Pennsylvania.
Mike Reca, associate vice president of Facilities and Auxiliary Services, expressed the grief that he shares with everyone who knew Sochalski and his family.
“We are deeply saddened by the loss of our colleague,” Reca said. “He was a valuable worker, but most importantly, he was a friend. I’d also like to offer my condolences to his mother and the entire family in this very difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with them.”
David’s mother, Michele Sochalski, also works at Rider. She is the business coordinator in the Office of Information Technology.
Around 2 a.m., the couple, both residents of Bensalem, Pennsylvania, were traveling southbound on Route 1 between the Oxford Valley and Route 13 exits. A vehicle driving on the wrong side of the road hit them head-on, according to the accident’s lead investigator, Officer Stephanie Metterle of the Falls Township Police Department.
The impact caused one of the cars to flip over the concrete median into the northbound lane, where it struck a disabled vehicle that was parked on the shoulder. The passengers of the third car were a 26-year-old couple from Bristol, Pennsylvania. The female passenger is eight-months pregnant, and she and her child, as well as her companion, are expected to make full recoveries.
Shortly after the accident, Sochalski and his wife were pronounced dead at St. Mary.
According to Metterle, the investigation is still in its preliminary stages and a search warrant has not yet been issued. Because of the nature of the accident, LevittownNow.com reported th... (The Rider News)Mar 11, 2016
Langhorne shop celebrates 20 years at Philadelphia Flower Show
Langhorne storefront. “I think it’s a riot that a nurse from Levittown can exhibit at a show that’s seen by 200,000 people,” said Robin, who always says she “married well” when she partnered with her florist husband.
“We try to base everything on quality and freshness and a little different approach: It doesn’t have to be what you’ve seen before,” she continued. “We just love flowers and we hope that comes out in our work.”
The Philadelphia Flower Show takes place through March 13 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch St. in Philadelphia. For information, visit http://www.flowersbydavid.com.
Dec 30, 2015
Nassau Police Charge 14 With DWI
Northern State Parkway/ I-495 in Westbury.Dec. 18: Melissa L. Nevins, 33, of Lindenhurst, charged on Jerusalem Avenue and Poultry Lane in Levittown.Dec. 18: John A. McGrath, 44, of Farmingdale, charged at Suburbia Apartments, located on Fulton Street in Farmingdale.Dec. 19: Johnny Flowers, 31, of Jamaica, charged on Southern State Parkway Exit 17 in Valley Stream.Dec. 19: Pablo Cruz, 45, of Valley Stream, charged on Hempstead Turnpike and Elmont Road in Elmont.Dec. 19: Josue Valencia, 25, of Greenvale, charged on Glen Cove Road in Greenvale.Dec. 19: Frandy B. Maltos, 25, of Lawrence, charged on Old Country Road and Washington Avenue in Mineola.Dec. 19: Dylan T. Rouzier, 22, of Baldwin, charged on Hempstead Turnpike in East Meadow.Dec. 19: Nicole Lesperance, 28, of Hempstead, charged on Hempstead Turnpike in Uniondale.Dec. 20: Asarias M. Rodriguez, 25, of Levittown, charged on Old Country Road in Westbury.Dec. 21: Harmandeep S. Sandhu, 23, of Bellerose, charged on Marcus Avenue and Betty Road in Garden City Park.Dec. 21: Yaneth Rojas-Zuniga, 24, of Medford, charged on I-495 Exit 34 in North Hills.Across New York
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