Florists in Bowling Green, OH
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Bowling Green Flower Shops
906 Napoleon Rd
Bowling Green, OH 43402
Bowling Green OH News
Sep 8, 2017
Brownsville florist has deep roots
For 17 years, he worked at Holley Performance Products in Bowling Green but decided to change jobs when his daughter Autumn was born in 1981.“My wife wanted to be a stay-at-home mom,” he said. “At first I actually mowed yards for extra money but then one day, I guess I had a brainstorm and thought, ‘Well I used to do flowers. I can still do that.’ ”Despite initial fears that he wouldn’t be able to compete with the three existing flower shops in Brownsville, within two years Madison’s business grew too big for his porch to sustain, requiring him to move to a larger home in Brownsville where he ran the shop out of a two-car garage.Moody died in 1990 and, a few years later, Madison bought her business and renamed his store Madison’s and Marguerite’s Flowers in her honor.Trevor Madison, Anthony’s son, has traveled far and wide with the Peace Corps and has done farm work on homesteads in North Carolina and California but sometimes finds himself back in his hometown.Typically, when he’s back in Brownsville, he works at his father’s store.“I really am not rooted anywhere and I consistently find myself back in my hometown with my family,” he said.Trevor, now 32, said he’s been working at Madison’s and Marguerite’s off and on since he was 18.“I just grew up around it, and it became second nature to me when I started at it,” he said.Growing up, Trevor would often go on flower deliveries and help out at the store, he said.Tasked with building a mixed flower bouquet Wednesday, Trevor started with a rose in the center and expanded outward from there, scattering other flowers – such as carnations, goldrenrod and purple and yellow daisies – around the rose that stayed in the middle of the display.“For me, the arrangement sort of makes itself,” he said. “The less I think about it, the better it’ll turn out.”Anthony, after filling a separate vase with greenery, arranged a dozen roses and filled in with hypernicum berries and Alas... (Bowling Green Daily News)Apr 7, 2017
Flower Show Puts A Call-out To Gardeners, Designers
Association, Coronado Historic Preservation, Coronado Senior Association, Coronado Street Tree Committee and the John D. Spreckels Center and Bowling Green.Education features will be available from the San Diego County Water Authority, the Water Conservation Garden, NASNI Restoration Advisory Board, University of California Cooperative Extension, Master Gardener’s Plant Clinic, San Diego Wild Flowers, Farm Fresh to You, and Chula Vista Genealogy Society.Venders at the flower show will be San Dollar Too & Sand Dollar Collection, Coroando High School Aquatics Booster Club, My Rustic Garden, Plumeria Joe Rogers, ExLibris Books, MommaPots, Greywater & Raintanks and Solo Bees, Rebecca Hillix-Garcia Succulents.With all that is offered, there is still one more important component. The show’s organizers are asking, “What will you be entering?”For 92 years, the flower show’s success has relied on the willingness of local gardeners and designers to share their favorite blooms with the public.The competition is open to any amateur gardener or designer. Best of all, there is no fee to enter!A complete “schedule,” which contains all the entry categories, themes and directions, can be found on the flower show’s website at coronadoflowershow.com. (Design Division entries require pre-registration.) The schedule can also be found throughout the community, including the library, city hall, visitor center and florist’s shops.This year’s show, titled “Our Family Tree … Out on a Li... (Coronado ... - Coronado Eagle and Journal)Oct 21, 2016
Princeton floral designer to address garden clubs
The new district director will installed by Sandra Robinson of London, the National Garden Clubs president, at the GCKY annual meeting in Bowling Green in April.
Also during the district meeting Thursday, club presidents will report on their clubs' activities this year, which include public planting, working with youth and senior citizens, certifying Monarch Waystations, and other projects.
Reports and award applications will be judged and sent to GCKY for state competition.
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... (Paducah Sun)May 18, 2016
Former POW to celebrate 100th birthday
Bowling Green's Jimmie Stewart turns 100 on June 5; he lives with his wife of 68 years, Ruth, in their Warren County home. Seven decades ago, he was a prisoner of war in Germany. Seeking to document his time at the POW camp, Stewart compiled a unique journal/scrapbook that brings to life what conditions were like for the approximately 120,000 American soldiers captured by Axis forces in World War II.
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Stewart's family is from Evansville, Ind. When he was about 5, they moved to Bowling Green where they operated a butcher shop on College Street. When he was 21, he started managing the unique nightclub inside Lost River Cave. Orchestra leader and fellow Kentuckian Billy Vaughn is among the famous performers Stewart remembers meeting at the venue.
In 1941, the world war raging across continents led him to be drafted into the U.S. Army. After basic training in Macon, Ga., he was shipped off to Belfast, Ireland, in 1942 and then to the front lines in north Africa later that year.
"We had a mountain to hold,"... (Bowling Green Daily News)May 18, 2016
Wise celebrates 90th birthday with family
Flowers, of Madisonville; children, Hazel Asbey, of Vandalia; Robert (Connie) Wise, of Perry; June (Ed) Williamson, and Linda (Floyd) Dowell, of Bowling Green; Ken Wise, of Center; and Kelly Wise; grandchildren, Danny Hardcastle, of Hannibal; Lori Wigley, of Falcon; Wendy Bryant, of Curryville; David Wise, of Perry; Sean Wise, of Bowling Green; Marisa Wise, of Holts Summit; Lacy (Matt) Harris, of Lake St. Louis; Joey Williamson, Elaine Henderson, and David Barron, all of Bowling Green; Cody (Stephanie) Williamson, of Jefferson City; Aaron Dowell, of Moberly; Ashlee (Tyson) Geissert, of St. Louis; Austin (Chelse) Dowell, of Ashland; Doniel Regier and Daniel (Trisha) Patrick, both of Ozark; and Elisha Bates, of Auzavasse; great-grandchildren, Teale (Cheyenne) Branstetter, Gunner (Bleyne) Bryant, Jaxon Wise, Rhrett (Harper) Wise, Blair Wise, Kellan (Aryden) Harris; Andrew, Rick, Avery and Josie Williamson, David Harrison, Matt Henry, Sharon (Troy) Williamson, Sierra, Lexi, Trenton and Sophie Geissert, Landon Dowell, Gavin Patrick, Kainnon Biganoski, Taylor (Mason) Bates; and great-great-grandon, Dax Patrick.Afternoon guests were Rose Nett, Kody and Gretchen, of Monroe City.Margaret was surprised by the cards from family and friends. Some of the more memorable cards include cards from the NBC Today Show, Smuckers, and also from President Obama.
(Bowling Green Times)Apr 22, 2016
BG council mulls changes to cemetery fees, regulations
Oak Grove Cemetery.
On Monday, City Council introduced legislation updating a number of fees and regulations at the site, located near Bowling Green State University.
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