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Bucyrus Flower Shops

Etter's Flowers

311 S. Sandusky Ave
Bucyrus, OH 44820
(419) 562-8923

Bucyrus OH News

Jan 25, 2019

Over the Garden Fence: Garden Club assists in decorating Kingwood for holidays - Bucyrus Telegraph Forum

We took netted glistening white bows off the wreaths from the Bucyrus Historical Society display from last year and retied them into smaller bows for the tree. When it came time to start the decorating, June Gebhardt and I made the trip over to the assembly room with our white heap of ornaments. The fraser fir stood 7-feet-tall. Other groups had already started the decorating, but only one was done. Beside us a team of Kingwood volunteers was busy making that end of the room resemble a living room complete with a Santa relaxing in a chair. They had made several trips to the Kingwood attic for signs, stockings, packages, ornaments - anything. The tree beside ours had hot pink feathered boas and others just had boxes beside the tree as if they would be back soon to finish. We agreed that our 10 strands of light bulbs needed to be tucked in as we rounded the tree. This would add reflective qualities later. Our stars, and snowflakes, the small bows, deer, butterflies, big gobs of icicles on long twigs, sparkling white icicles, snowballs and the refurbished ornaments really came together. Simple and bright enough to light up the night. Did I mention that other trees had a heap of gifts below them? At that point, June and I made a trip to the attic and found three bags of pre-wrapped gifts. Oh, joy. There were plenty of white and silvery boxes for beneath the tree. Garden clubs and teams have transformed the rooms in the former King home. Even the kitchen is open for the holiday decorating. Then entry way is spectacular from a tree that reaches second floor and a banister loaded with ornamentation. The drawing room upstairs flows in pink and carries a wedding reception theme. Open to visitors from now through the end of the year, the home is worth seeing inside. Throughout the grounds are multitudes of lights and decorations. Visitation times are from 3 to 9 p.m. Thursdays through Sundays through Dec. 30. For details, visit Kingwoodcenter.org/events/christmas-at-kingwood. Mary Lee Minor is a member of the Earth, Wind and Flowers Garden Club, is an accredited flower show judge for the Ohio Association of Garden Clubs and a former sixth-grade teacher.

Oct 27, 2016

Earth, Wind and Flowers install new officers

Article submitted by Mary Lee Minor The Earth, Wind and Flowers Garden Club greeted two new members Doug and Kim Beckley when the club met at the Bucyrus Public Library. The group dined from a buffet table of harvest dishes prepared with garden products. 2016-2017 officers were installed by Mary Lee Minor who suggested they each consider being wedded to the club. Nosegays of fresh plant materials focused on red for Susan Maynard, president, pink for Cheryl Corney, vice-president, blue for Deb Pigman, and gold for treasurer, Joy Lauthers. Club members heard a summary by June Gebhardt, of the recent flower show “All Aboard”, held at the train station. A decision was made to purchase a brick as a donation to the Bucyrus Preservation Society. Funding was approved to the Ohio Association of Garden Clubs, and to the Crawford Park District. Shirley Chapman praised teamwork on the club’s plantings and maintenance on the city square. Two new projects for the city were discussed. Cheryl Corney circulated the program schedule for the year. To close the evening, everyone shared the plants, bulbs and seeds they had brought for an exchange se... (WBCO)

Jan 8, 2016

DEATH NOTICE: Courtney Sprous

Services for Courtney Breedlove Sprous, 23, of Bucyrus, are 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 11, at Hickory Ridge Baptist Church. Visitation is 10 a.m. until service time at the church. Services are under the direction of Evans Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Go Fund Me account established for the family. (Houston Herald)

Dec 30, 2015

O'Connor, Simpson top stories of 2015

Richard Parrish The Lima News Alyssa Manley of Bath lays down a bunt against Milan Edison during Wednesday's Division II regional semifinal at Bucyrus High School. Richard Parrish The Lima News The Lima Locos celebrate Tuesday night winning the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League championship against the Hamilton Joes at Simmons Field. See more photos at LimaOhio.com. Lima Senior #5 Xavier Simpson shoots over OG #5 Jason Schnipke in the first half at Lima Senior High School January 24, 2015 Richard Parrish The Lima News Dantez Walton of Lima Central Catholic blocks the shot attempt of Jacob Meyer of Spencerville during Tuesday's game at Msgr. E.C. Herr gymnasium. Michigan State #7 Tyler O'Connor change the play at the line of scimage during the game at Ohio Stadium on the campus of The Ohio State University Stadium November 21,2015 Michigan State #7 Tyler O'Connor lets go of a pass in the fourth quarter as OSU #77 Michael Hill comes on a blitz at Ohio Stadium on the campus of The Ohio State University Stadium November 21,2015 Richard Parrish The Lima News Ruben Flowers III of Lima Senior breaks the tackle of T...