Patricia's Floral Plant Shop
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Patricia's Floral Plant Shop
1405 Portage St Nw
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Flowers and Gifts News
Mar 16, 2017
Nutella maker to buy two 1-800-Flowers chocolate brands
Ferrero will acquire Fannie May’s e-commerce business, 79 retail stores located primarily around Chicago, Illinois, a manufacturing facility in North Canton, Ohio, and two temperature-controlled warehouse and distribution facilities in Maple Heights, Ohio, and Chicago. Ferrero was founded in 1946 in the town of Alba in Piedmont, Italy. Its brands include Ferrero Rocher, Raffaello and Kinder chocolates, as well as Nutella and Tic Tac. “We have long admired Fannie May’s premium brand, products and people, and believe Fannie May is an extraordinarily good fit with Ferrero,” Giovanni Ferrero, chief executive of Ferrero Group, said in a statement.1-800-Flowers and Ferrero will also enter into a partnership, expected to be signed on or before closing of the sale, that will provide 1-800-Flowers with U.S. distribution rights for Fannie May, Harry London and certain Ferrero products. 1-800-Flowers bought Fannie May in 2006 for $85 million. Fannie May was founded in downtown Chicago in 1920. 1-800-Flowers’ other brands include Harry & David gourmet gift baskets, The Popcorn Factory, and Cheryl’s cookies.In after-hours trading 1-800-Flowers’s stock was unchanged at $9.60. The stock is up more than 12 percent in the last 12 months. (Newsday)Jan 12, 2017
Memorial service Friday for former 21 News Anchor Laura Steele
Laura Steele May 13, 1970 - Dec. 30, 2016
NORTH CANTON, Ohio -
A memorial service will be held on Friday in Doylestown, Ohio for former 21 News Anchor Laura Steele.
According to her obituary published by Zak-Thacker & Monbarren Funeral Home, Ms. Steele passed away unexpectedly on Friday at the age of 46.
Born on May 13, 1970 in Barberton, OH to Robert and Judith (Scott) Steele, she was a resident of North Canton and worked during the week in Detroit, MI.
Laura had a career in television with NBC affiliates in Akron, Youngstown, and Buffalo for 15 years, including as a co-anchor for the 6 and 11 p.m. newscasts at WFMJ Television from 1998 until 2004.
She was currently the district manager for the Nielsen Company.
Laura was a member of Southwest Church of Christ, and loved to cook, bake and spend time with her pets. She was active with plays and drama clubs in high school and college, and loved singing karaoke with her friends.
Funeral service will be held on Friday, January 6, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at the Zak-Thacker & Mon... (WFMJ)Dec 15, 2016
North Canton recognized by America in Bloom
American in Bloom judges visited North Canton on July 18 and 19 and evaluated the city on six criteria: floral displays, landscaped areas, urban forestry, environmental efforts, heritage preservation and overall impression. North Canton earned "three blooms" out of a possible five by getting 715 points out of a possible 1,000. Jim Davis, superintendent of city services, presented council with the judge's findings.
Judges said the city did a "phenomenal job" for its first year in the program and is far ahead of other cities, Davis said.
"We've only reached the tip of the beautification process that we can still do. I'm excited about that," he said.
The judges mentioned several times that the city could improve its use of volunteers and its community involvement, Davis said.
America in Bloom praised North Canton for its urban forestry — especially the age, variety and number of trees in the city — and sent the city an award and street sign in recognition. Judges also suggested that North Canton should apply for a Tree City USA designation from the Arbor Day Foundation, Davis said.
• Approved the first reading of the 2017 city budget, which includes about $43 million in proposed appropriations.
• Passed on emergency an ordinance that will that would create two new city positions — director of administrative services and a full-time accountant position. The ordinance also would change the compensat... (Canton Repository)Aug 29, 2016
Stark couple lives dream of owning a flower farm
A family affair, Judd is in charge of the day-to-day operations and Shannon is in charge of marketing.
A little background
"We grew up in North Canton," said Shannon. "When I was growing up, we always had chickens. My mom always had tons of flowers. Judd's dad was a horticulture teacher at Jackson High School for 37 years ... so we were kind of prepared for this."
"Not everyone has the dream of having a mini farm someday, but we did," she said, noting they have been together seven years. Now, they have three future farm hands as well. Maxwell, 3, and Mae, 2, and Madeline, now 1.
They sold their house before finding a new place with enough land to start their farm. So they moved into his parents house until they found their dream location.
"I believe all these things happened because they were meant to be," she said, noting their Canton home sold quickly and that started a chain of events that brought them to where they are today.
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"We were looking for a the right place, but it was a race," said Judd, noting they have 5.2 acres now. The family was living with his parents, she was eight months pregnant and they had no prospects for a new home with land. She works at Massa Financial Solutions in North Canton and he for UPS in Navarre, so looking for the perfect place was a challenge. "We were looking hard for the right place and we found this within a day of its listing. There were five or six showings the next day, so we were pretty aggressive and made an offer that night."
He said they got the keys July 1 and Madeline was born July 28. The house was a "diamond in the rough," Shannon said, so they began fixing what needed to be done with the house and property. She said they started planning, making decisions on how and what to do and how to do it to make the farm successful and family friendly so they could all be involved immediately.
"We talked about several types of plants that could thrive on a small acreage farm that could be profitable. We read a lot of articles about mini farming, found the highest grossing plants that we could grow. We saw flowers and that intrigued us because flowers have a more human aspect. We get to meet people and be a big part of their big day," she said. "We visited a farm in Columbus owned by a young couple and learned more. We just knew this would be the perfect fit for us."
They started planting seeds in their basement over the winter. They made mistakes and learned from them.
"We put the kids to sleep at night and then went to work," said Judd, adding the flowers are watered through a well and Mother Nature, and weeds are pulled daily. A biodegradable plastic is also used to stave off weeds and organic products are used to control pests.
Once the weather warmed enough, the plants went outside. Not long after, they started s... (Canton Repository)Mar 11, 2016
Former Topeka woman in obit requests votes against Hillary Clinton instead of flowers
The obituary doesn’t mention her political party.
A memorial service is planned for Sunday at Reed Funeral Home North Canton Chapel in North Canton. Additional services will be held at a later date in Decatur, Ill., and Topeka.
View the full obituary here: http://cjon.co/1QbLvji.
(Topeka Capital Journal)Feb 3, 2016
5 local florists to assist with Valentine's Day
It's best to order early.
1. ANDERSON’S FLOWERS
Anderson's Flowers at 1405 Portage St., NW in North Canton has a showroom full of Valentine's Day arrangements in bright, sunshiny colors. Check out www.johnandersonsflowers.com or call 330-452-4077 for complete details.
2. SYMES & SON FLOWER, INC.
Symes & Son Flower, Inc. at 1642 East Maple St. in North Canton is another local florist with a showroom full of Valentine's Day splendor. Visit the websitewww.symesandsonflowers.com or call 330-499-1960 to get all of the ordering and delivery details.
3. SEIFERT’S FLOWER MILL
Located at 7360 Wales Ave., NW in North Canton, Seifert’s offers a variety Valentine's Day arrangements. Call 330-499-4959 for details or check out the website at www.seifertsflowermill.net. The site features a variety of selections and prices. Ordering and delivery options are also provided.
4. ALL OCCASIONS FLOWERS
All Occasions Flowers at 2092 Wales Road NE in Massillon has what it takes to make this Valentine's Day the best yet. Call 330-834-2400 or visit the website for a colorful catalog of floral gifts at www.alloccasionsflowersandgifts.net.
5. CUMMINGS FLORIST DESIGNS BY KIMBERLY
Cummings Florist Designs by Kimberly can be found at 2944 Lincoln Way W in Massillon. The store suggests ordering early to guarantee a Valentine's Day delivery. Call 330-832-9035 or visit www.cummingsflorist.com fo... (Suburbanite)
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