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Business name:
Roseshop Net Spring Valley
Address:
175 Rte 59
City:
Spring Valley
State:
New York
Zip Code:
10977
Phone number:
(845) 352-4445
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Aug 3, 2020

Howard Dungan - Obituary - Legacy.com

Howard Dungan August 2, 1920 - July 12, 2020 Spring Valley Howard Harrell Dungan Jr. of Spring Valley, descendent of Frances Latham who settled in Rhode Island by 1638 and known as "The Mother of Governors," former teacher and counselor with the San Diego Unified School District, passed away July 12, 2020, in Alvarado Hospital of complications of a pancreatic mass and congestive heart failure.Howard was born in Newark, Nebraska August 2, 1920, raised on the family homestead farm there, rode a pony to a one-room schoolhouse, did homework by kerosene lamp, drew water from an outdoor hand pump, and graduated from high school in Kearney, Nebraska where he lettered in sports and set pins in a bowling alley at night. He completed a semester of college in Kearney, picked apples in Colorado, was a carpenter's helper, worked with poultry, tried out fora farm club of the St. Louis Cardinals, and went hungry sometimes as it was the Great Depression. He later learned banking at an uncle's bank in Ilwako, Washington, and helped his parents mo...

Jul 27, 2017

Isabella 'Sissy' Hoblitzell, homemaker, gardener and dowser

Mrs. Hoblitzell was a judge for the Garden Club of America and had been president of the Green Spring Valley Garden Club.A golfer, she chaired the women's golf committee at Green Spring Valley Hunt Club, where she had been the 1991 Nancy Byers Martin Match Play champion.In addition to golf, she played tennis, bridge and bingo. An accomplished needlepointer, she also enjoyed mackerel fishing and peregrine falconry.She enjoyed spending summers at Half Moon, a family home in Chester, Nova Scotia, where she planned beach picnics, searched for sea glass, sailed and photographed sunsets.She was also a member of the Mount Vernon Club, and the Chester Yacht Club and Chester Golf Club, both in Nova Scotia.She was a communicant of St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Owings Mills, where graveside services are private.A celebration of her life will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Green Spring Valley Hunt Club, 30 Greenspring Valley Road, Owings Mills.In addition to her husband of 62 years, a retired Poor, Bowen, Bartlett and Kennedy Inc. executive, and her son, Mrs. Hoblitzell is survived by another son, Peter A. B. Hoblitzell III of Owings Mills; two daughters, Julianna S. Tompkins of Myersville and Alexandra H. Heintz of Manchester, Vt.; three sisters, Virginia "Boopsie" Smart of Indianapolis, Mary Dixon "Dieky" Peers of Sanibel Island, Fla., and Elizabeth "Libby" Hill of Villanova, Pa.; and eight grandchildren.frasmussen@baltsun.com... (Baltimore Sun)

Mar 16, 2017

For more than 40 years, pair have tended a love for flowers in The Little Greenhouse

Stiles Colwill, an interior designer in Greenspring Valley, paid his first visit to the greenhouse over a decade ago and has purchased orchids for events he has held at the Baltimore Museum of Art as well as for personal enjoyment."Tom and Gary taught me how to take care of the plants properly," he said, adding that the owners are the main reason he has amassed 10 dozen orchids and owns a greenhouse. "Orchids are an addiction."Interest in growing orchids and rare plants "ebbs and flows," which creates a roller coaster ride of sorts for nursery owners, the partners pointed out.McBride said a surge in sales occurred after publication of "The Orchid Thief," a popular 1998 non-fiction book that spawned a film called "Adaptation," starring Meryl Streep and Nicholas Cage."The book is an easy, fun read and it made everyone think they wanted to grow orchids," he said.Not long afterward, the hobbyist market floundered in the aftermath of 9/11, causing the number of Florida growers to drop precipitously for a while, Krause said."When well-heeled buyers switched from buying cut flowers to buying planted arrangements [to trim their own expense], that got us through a lean period," he said. "The market's just been coming back in the last two years and seems to be building."What the future holdsThe partners have noticed a trend over the last six months that has given them renewed hope about the future of the industry they love: More and more 20-somethings are... (Baltimore Sun)

Jun 22, 2016

Little Muslim Girl (Not Mexican) Hands Flowers to Hillary Clinton

Share This Article: Hillary Clinton accepts flowers from Hatsanda Millatmal, 7, of Spring Valley. Photo via Twitter The flowers came from La Mesa, the girl from Afghanistan.Tajuddin Millatmal of Spring Valley with 7-year-old daughter Hatsanda after Hillary Clinton talk. Photo by Chris Stone When Hillary Clinton accepted a large bouquet after her 35-minute Trump-bashing national security speech Thursday in Balboa Park, some assumed it was ethnic pandering. “Nice touch Hillary Clinton have a little Mexican give you flowers after your speech in San Diego. Get the Mex Vote,” said a comment on Twitter. In fact, 7-year-old Hatsanda Millatmal of Spring Valley and her dad came up with the idea. “She said she wanted to meet her because [she] wants to be a president in the future,” said her father, Dr. Tajuddin Millatmal, who didn’t tell her she had to be U.S.-born. Millatmal, 62, told his daughter: “I will buy you some flowers, and you will give it to her.” He picked them up at a La Mesa store whose name he didn’t immediately recall. Turns out Clinton should have been presen... (Times of San Diego)

May 18, 2016

Monday's high school scoreboard

Boiling Springs 292, Gaffney 298, Dutch Fork 307, Easley 308, Byrnes 308, J.L. Mann 309, Blythewood 314, x-Dorman 315; Spring Valley 315, Rock Hill 318, Hillcrest 319, Woodmont 322, Greenwood 324, Fort Mill 328, Nation Ford 328, Westwood 370. Class 3A Upper State Tournament Team scores (Top 8 qualify for state): Eastside 309, Emerald 315; A.C. Flora 318; Wren 320; Lancaster 328; South Pointe 337; Blue Ridge 338; West Oak 344; BHP 347; Chapin 347/... (The State)

May 18, 2016

Mother's Day wine with flowers in the bottle

Heights; Ray’s Liquor, North Park; Spirits of St. Germain, La Jolla; Stumps Family Market, Point Loma; Texas Liquor, Carlsbad; Valley Farms Market, Spring Valley; Vintage Wines, Miramar; Windmill Farms, Del Cerro; Wine A Bit, Coronado. A salute to women winemakers: Mother’s Day seemed like an appropriate time to raise a glass to some of the fierce females making some of my favorite wines. All are priced above (way above, in some cases!) Wine of the Week’s $30 limit. ? Cathy Corison,Corison Winery, St. Helena, for her restrained elegance, not always easy with Napa cabs. ? Delia Viader,Viader Vineyards & Winery, Deer Park (Napa), for “Liquid Cashmere” and especially the stunning cab franc called “Dare.” ? Kathleen Inman, Inman Family Wines, Santa Rosa, for velvety Russian River pinot noir. ? Merry Edwards,Merry Edwards Winery, Sebastapol, for being one of the first of the women winemakers in California and showing everyone else how to make pinot. michele.parente@sduniontribune.com ... (The San Diego Union-Tribune)

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