Nettys Flowers And Gifts
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Nettys Flowers And Gifts
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Flowers and Gifts News
Nov 9, 2019
Longtime Princeton area public servant Janet Pellichero dies at 54 - Planet Princeton
Joseph Lahovich, Stephen Lahovich and Andrew Lahovich (Elysa); two brothers-in-law James Pellichero (Patti) and Michael Pellichero (Pamela); Edna Walton and the Walton family; as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins and other family and too many close friends to name.
Memorial visitation services will be held Saturday, Nov. 2, from noon to 3 p.m. at the Hamilton Brenna-Cellini Funeral Home, 2365 Whitehorse-Mercerville Rd., Hamilton, NJ 08619. Cremation was private.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in her memory to the Association of New Jersey Recyclers, 120 Finderne Ave., Bridgewater, NJ 08807.
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Aug 25, 2017
The power of a plant can make kids want to garden
South Bronx teacher in America's poorest Congressional district.Ritz was new to the rough, street-smart, crime-ridden Walton High School in 2004 when he was called to the office to pick up a donated package."I got this box of onions," he says. "I stared at the box, and all I could see were projectiles... I had no idea what I was supposed to do with them, so I put them behind a radiator and forgot about them."Six weeks later, a fight broke out in class. A boy named Gonzalo reached behind the radiator to grab something (Ritz feared it might be a weapon), and what came out were golden flowers on long stems."The class gasped as if Gonzalo had pulled a rabbit from a magician's hat," Ritz says.Oddly enough, the surprise disarmed the fight, and the boys in the class ended up giving stems of these "onions" (actually daffodils donated by a Dutch bulb company) to the girls."This is what I like to call a teachable moment in the South Bronx," says Ritz.It also turned out to be an epiphany that led Ritz to realize the power of a plant.In the years since, he's developed a kids-gardening program called the Green Bronx Machine that's turned into a model for the nationwide boom in school garde... (PennLive.com)May 25, 2017
Funeral notices for Thursday, May 25, 2017
National Flight Academy Lt. Col. Mary Story Memorial Fund, in care of Maine Wing Civil Air Patrol, P.O. Box 5006, Augusta, ME 04332-5006.WALTON — Francis Marshall, 77, of Fayette died Saturday, May 20 A funeral service will be held 3:30 p.m. on June 4 at Raymond Village Church, Raymond. Private visitation for the family will be from 2:45 to 3:15 p.m. Interment Riverside Cemetery, Plains Road, Raymond immediately following the funeral service. Arrangements by Finley Funeral Home, 15 Church St., Livermore Falls. In lieu of flowers, if desired, contributions may be made to Snow Pond Residential Care Center, Activities Fund, 888 Pond Road, Sidney, ME 04330; or Treat Memorial Library, 56 Main St., Livermore Falls, ME 04254. (Lewiston Sun Journal)Feb 9, 2017
It all adds up that Flowers is a great guy
If yours truly ever wrote a list of favorite interviews, Flowers would be in the Top 10, maybe Top 5.
Flowers graduated in 3½ years from UA's Walton College of Business with a degree in economics. In a 2014 interview, he said: "What can I say? I like math. I always have. I like that it always makes sense. It is a puzzle that always has a correct answer. My dad likes math, my sister likes math, so I guess I came by it naturally. It is in our genes."
On Sunday when Flowers sacked Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan for a 12-yard loss, putting the Falcons at the New England 33, it started the stumble that took the NFC champions celebrating with a parade and visit to the White House to a loss they will never forget.
Flowers, who considered entering the NFL Draft after his junior year but changed his mind when Coach Bret Bielema visited with him and his family, showed signs of being a productive defensive end as a rookie but got hurt. Midway through this season, he became, arguably, the Patriots' best defensive player.
Flowers, very athletic for his size (he played high school basketball), had committed to Georgia Tech before visiting Arkansas and changing his mind.
During the 2014 interview, he volunteered this ... (WholeHogSports)Dec 8, 2016
What's new in decorating for the holidays
By Deborah Wheeler 315-4432 @WaltonSunDeb email@example.com
Folks up and down the coast are busily decorating their homes for the holidays.
Thinking of decorating frenzy, the Sun wondered what are the popular looks for this season.
We reached out to some decorator friends to ask.
Ann Melancon, owner of Level 2 Design Inc. said colors seen in nature are always in fashion for Christmas decorating.
"We should use what Mother Nature provides," she said.
Of Mother Nature's colors, the pairing of green and brown is the most popular, she said.
"You can try layering different shades of green on staircase garland, and brown ornaments such as pine cones, acorns, etc. on a green tree. Neutrals are also popular," she said.
Russ Barley of Emerald Coast Flowers & Gifts agreed that nature is in.
"Birds, nests, snowflakes … last year was owls," he said. "Snowmen are popular. Angels are always favorites. And the colors red, green, white, silver, gold. People have moved away from fuchsia and lime green. You'll see more wo... (Walton Sun)Oct 27, 2016
Kahului Florist is moving
Alberta Development Partners of Denver and an affiliate of Walton Street Capital LLC of Chicago, and continued in January with new owner Jones Lang LaSalle Income Property Trust.
The florist and the mall owners were far apart in lease talks, so the family decided to look for a new location outside of the mall, Nishimura said.
“Everyone prayed we find the perfect (spot) and we did,” she said. The new location “was like it was meant to be.”
The florist’s new home remains in a central location. The opening of the Airport Access Road has reduced traffic on Dairy Road, which will make entering and departing the new site easier and safer, she said.
All nine staff members, including three family members, will be relocating with the business.
Nishimura had no ill will toward the mall, which has been accommodating.
A mall spokeswoman could not immediately confirm if a new tenant had been found for the florist shop spot. The mall has undergone a change in the mix of its stores, most recently announcing the opening of Da Shrimp Hale next to Baskin Robbins.
Leaving the mall has brought some sadness to the staff. Initially, the business was in the same row of shops as Tasaka and The Pet Shop. When The Pet Shop wanted to expand 10 years ago, Kahului Florist moved to its current site, still in the vicinity of Tasaka, and next to Subway.
“We’re going to miss Tasaka. We are going to miss Subway. They’ve been our neighbors for a long time,” Nishimura said, adding that the businesses looked out for each another.
Still, “change is bound to happen,” she said.
Doris Nishimura, Natalie Nishimura’s mother, brought family into the floral business, and has seen lots of changes through the years.
The Nishimura family owned a meat market at the Kahului Shopping Center and the florist was in the back. It was owned by two sisters with the last names Fujimoto and Tamura, the Nishimuras said. Doris Nishimura was invited to join the business when Fujimoto retired in the early 1960s.
Doris Nishimura later took over the entire business when the other sister retired. The Nishimura family has held an ownership interest in Kahului Florist for 54 years.
Prior to joining Kahului Florist, Doris Nishimura had no experience in the flower business.
“She learned on the job. She did wonderful,” said Natalie Nishimura.
The business has changed over the decades. Funeral wreaths used to be made from scratch in the days before styrofoam circles. Lumber was cut by Doris’ husband, Harold, who also gathered banana leaves with son Mel to wrap the wreaths. The two men have since passed.
There weren’t a lot of vases, so cans were cut and wrapped in foil to hold flowers, Doris Nishimura remembers.
While the women say they love their jobs, they admit it is hard work.
“She never went to a Mother’s Day lunch,” Natalie Nishimura said of her mother.
Family members told Doris Nish... (Maui News)
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