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Order flowers and gifts from The Bouquet Shop located in Wooster OH for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 2651 Cleveland Rd, Wooster Ohio 44691 Zip. The phone number is (330) 345-6164. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about The Bouquet Shop in Wooster OH. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. The Bouquet Shop delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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2651 Cleveland Rd
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Feb 3, 2016

H.S. girls basketball report for Jan. 30

Jackson. Naudier Becton also chipped in 10 points for the Polar Bears. Brandie Snow led Lake with 20 points and nine rebounds. PERRY 61, WOOSTER 32 Karlee Pireu finished with a double-double of 20 points and 14 rebounds, as the Panthers rolled at home in this nonconference matchup against the Generals. Kimmie Borck added 14 points for Perry, which held Wooster to single-digit points in every quarter. Freshman Rylee Pirue added a career-high 11 points for the Panthers (13-6). NBC Leopards clinch share of league title LOUISVILLE 59, CANTON SOUTH 23 Sabryna Benzel popped in 10 points and grabbed six rebounds to help the Leopards to a blowout win of the Wildcats and guarantee Louisville at least a share of the NBC championship. The Leopards, now 17-1 overall, are 13-0 in the league. They visit 12-1 Carrollton on Wednesday to decide if it is a shared title. Louisville had 11 girls break into the scorebook in winning its 17th straight game. The Leopards limited Canton South to seven or fewer points in every quarter. WEST BRANCH 69, ALLIANCE 40 The Warriors outscored the host Aviators 26-10 in the second quarter en route to their easy NBC triumph. Brenna Rito scored 15 points to lead West Branch. Daijana Johnson had 10 points to pace Alliance. MARLINGTON 37, SALEM 33 Down a point at halftime in a defensive battle, the visiting Dukes outscored the Quakers 15-8 in the third quarter en route to the NBC win. Senior Morgan Penird scored 12 points to lead Marlington. CARROLLTON 62, MINERVA 48 Angela Starre and Mikayla Poole each scored 16 points for the Warriors (16-5, 11-1) en route to an NBC win over the Lions. Ali Poole had 11 points, Cailee Husted chipped in 10 and Roz Pridemore added nine p... (Canton Repository)

Jan 8, 2016

'Ted' Sommer

He was born March 11, 1920, in Pekin to Oscar “O.J.” and Norah Lambert Sommer. He married Josephine “Jo” Conrad Sept. 26, 1943, in Wooster, Ohio. She survives. Surviving also are one son, Jim (Susan) Sommer of Tremont; two daughters, Barbara (Jim) Wieferich of Marietta, Ohio, and Judy (Dan) Thiessen of Monument, Colo.; 13 grandchildren: Laura Sommer Saal, Christine Papenhause, Mark and Jeremy; Joel Sommer, April Nicol; Katie, Scott, Matthew and Mark Wieferich; Sarah Thiessen Holsopple, David and Greg Thiessen; one brother, Dr. John (Donna) Sommer of Palo Alta, Calif.; and one sister, Lois Sommer Kreider of North Newton, Kan. He was preceded in death by his parents; one son, Steven Sommer; and one granddaughter, Maria Wieferich. Ted attended Bluffton College (Ohio) and graduated from the University of Illinois in 1942 with a Bachelor of Science in agriculture. He served in the Civilian Public Service as Dairy Tester in Pennsylvania from 1942 to 1945. He spent his entire business career at Sommer Bros. Seed Company in Pekin, where he served as president from 1951 through 1993, retiring in 2006. Ted was a former member of Bethel Mennonite Church of Pekin, where he served as Sunday school t... (Pekin Daily Times)

Oct 22, 2015

Local Florists Turn 'Petal It Forward' Into Love Fest And Marketing Gold

Facebook page. Katrina Heimberger and two employees also used the lunchtime crowd to their advantage, passing out 400 carnations in downtown Wooster, Ohio. "The overall response was very positive with lots of smiles," said Heimberger, the owner of Wooster Floral. "Even the local parking enforcement officer was carrying her flower in her back pocket as she worked." Lorrie Anderson, of Country Florist in Waldorf, Maryland, took to civic groups to spread her message and share her flowers. She handed out 75 bouquets Tuesday morning to a weekly network meeting and then 50 additional bouquets later in the day at a Chamber of Commerce meeting. She extended the giveaway through Friday at her store — to the obvious delight of her customers. "People truly enjoyed getting the flowers," she said. In Lafayette, Colorado, Lori Wheat, AAF, and Brian Wheat of Lafayette Florist, Gift Shop and Garden Center turned a potential headache (construction in front of their main store) into a party, with a street giveaway. "It was a great opportunity to talk to people as they were stopped in their cars," Lori said. The shop also gave away flowers at its satellite location at Good Samaritan Medical Center. The Wheats made sure to get the full bang for their PR buck by delivering bouquets, a poster and press releases before the event to city hall, a popular rec center and the Chamber of Commerce. During the event, they used social media to spread the word (including pictures of cyclists and flowers, literally pedaling forward). The shop's wholesaler, DWF, donated product to help offset the cost. Palace Florists in Washington, D.C. handed out 1,000 roses and interacted with about 500 people in a two-hour window. "When my wife, Beth, was handing out roses there were these two women who were so shocked that they asked if they could hug her," said owner Lee Herman. "Of course, she hugged them and took pictures." Radebaugh Florist and Greenhouses in Towson, Maryland, handed out a total of 200 bouquets at a local coffee shop and, later in the day, the city center. "There were so many wonderful reactions," said Kaitlin Radebaugh. "The best was watching someone walk away with the bouquets and, before they get to the end of the street, handing off the bouquet to someone else and seeing that person's reaction to a pure act of kindness from a stranger." Leona Sue's Florist went all in for their Petal It Forward event, promoting the giveaway heavily on social media and alerting the press before taking over three sides of a popular intersection to hand out 300 wrapped roses. Team members carried signs with hash tags for Petal It Forward and the shop name. "People [have been] calling, stopping by and talking to me anywhere I go about the awesomeness of the event and how generous they felt we were," said Taylor. "It was overwhelmingly a positive event." Georgianne Vinicombe of Monday Morning Flower and Balloon Co. said her shop gave out 200 daisy bouquets along a busy street in downtown Princeton, New Jersey. They even surprised a bus filled with tourists from Japan who were eager to see Princeton University. Vinicombe and her staff made full use of social media to promote the event — tweeting, posting and even creating a Periscope video of the event. Proving that a successful event didn't require extensive lead time, Karen Fountain of Flowers 'n' Ferns in Burke, Virginia, had about 60 bouquets ready to hand out. "Folks... seemed delighted," she said, adding that the shop got a dose of celebrity when a retired and much loved local journalist, John Harter, stopped in with his wife to order flowers. "I gave each one a set and he gave us a big hug and kiss," she said. "That was our surprise moment and was completely spontaneous." Many industry members partnered with other businesses and groups to plan and promote their events. Some of those partnerships included: Kennicott Brothers worked with local retail customers Ashland Addison Florist Com... (PerishableNews )

May 26, 2015

Akron Garden Club 'Art Blooms' Flower Show set for April 17-19

A conservation exhibit by the garden club and the Entomology Department of The Ohio State University in Wooster will educate about pollinators. There will be 16 entries of botanical arts, including trinket boxes, ballet slippers and tiaras embellished entirely with dried plant material. Three dozen nature photographs of fine-art quality will be shown in the Mary S. and David C. Corbin Foundation Gallery and will examine the themes of dawn, sunset or moonlight in a garden; citrus fruit in close-up view; rocks, composed or as found in nature; the drama of weather; windows or doors as captured by a cell phone camera; and plant material creatively manipulated. One special feature of the show will be an exclusive professional floral design class staged in the Beatrice Knapp McDowell Grand Lobby under Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #1240, Planes with broken bands of color (Akron) 2005. Four noted professional florists and designers from Northeast Ohio will present large designs interpreting the Beauty Reigns exhibition. The purpose of the flower show is to set standards of artistic and horticultural excellence; broaden knowledge of horticulture, flower arrangement and conservation; and share the beauty of a show with the public. Nationally accredited judges will award ribbons and honors on April 17. Art Blooms Beauty Reigns 2015 will be open during usual museum operating hours April 17-19, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Photography entries will remain on exhibition until July 5. Standard museum admission fees will apply for viewing the flower show. General admission is $7. AGC is a private nonprofit service organization, founded in 1924. The purpose of AGC is to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening and to improve and protect the quality of the environment through programs and action in the fields of horticulture, conservation, civic improvement and education. AGC is affiliated with the GCA, a nonprofit national organization composed of 201 clubs with some 18,000 members who devote energy and expertise to projects in their communities and across the nation. AGC is one of three GCA clubs in Northeastern Ohio, along with Garden Club of Cleveland and Shaker Lakes Garden Club. (Hudson Hub-Times)


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