Florists in Claremore, OK
Find local Claremore, Oklahoma florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Claremore and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.
Claremore Flower Shops
1011 W Will Rogers Blvd
Claremore, OK 74017
9815 E 520 Rd Unit A
Claremore, OK 74019
Claremore OK News
Feb 9, 2017
COLUMN: Biblical flowers
U.S. I think the closest one to Stillwater may be Shepherd’s Cross in Claremore, Oklahoma. Contact number is 918-342-5911 or check out their website www.shepherdscross.com.
LeeAnn Barton has worked with nurseries for more than 20 years. She digs in the dirt in Stillwater. Direct any questions to her, especially about tree selections, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
... (Enid News & Eagle)Jan 12, 2017
Souper Saturday promises soup, shopping
Get warm this winter with downtown’s inaugural Souper Saturday, a soup tasting and shopping event in the heart of Claremore.
Hosted on the first Saturday of the year, 14 downtown Claremore stores and businesses are cooking up 15 unique soups or chili for attendees, who pay $7 for a tasting kit and the ability to feast.
“The merchants are excited to start a new tradition downtown for the people of Claremore,” said Jeannie Smith, owner of The Grapevine, 404 W. Will Rogers Blvd. “We hope everyone has a chance to join us and help make this first year’s event a success.”
Souper Saturday will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Jan. 7. Tasting kits are limited and include a specialty Souper Saturday mug, a menu and ballot — to navigate the event and vote for your favorites — and a wristband.
The mug and wristband give attendees the option to sample the more than 15 soups from the stores and businesses in downtown Claremore.
Additionally, guests are encouraged to vote for their favorite soups. The business with the most votes will earn bragging rights on the street and a roving trophy to keep until next year... (Claremore Daily Progress)Aug 29, 2016
Suburban students return to school Thursday
Thursday, as several suburban districts opened their doors for the new year.
Broken Arrow, Owasso, Bixby, Sapulpa, Bartlesville and Claremore all started classes.
At Broken Arrow’s Highland Park Elementary, cars were parked along the side of the road and on the grass in some areas, as parents chose to walk their children to the door on their first day rather than drop them off.
Grandparents and younger siblings in strollers could also be seen in the halls, and children carrying still-empty backpacks were showing signs of both apprehension and excitement. A few could be seen holding flowers for their teachers. In one classroom, students were working on an assignment asking them to write about their summer.
Thursday was also the first day the district’s new start times and bus schedules went into effect. Broken Arrow had to make the change to address a growing student population that was putting stress on the transportation system.
The change moved the district from a two-bell system to a three-bell system, meaning elementary, middle and high school now all have different start times. The biggest change came at the middle school level, where students are starting more than a half-hour later than last year.
District ... (Tulsa World)Feb 3, 2016
Silas Bonde, 9 months, on Christmas Day 2015. June has five surviving siblings: Vern William Marlow, Stillwater, OK; Sue Streeter, Claremore, OK; Carol Pepper, Broken Arrow, OK; Victor Marlow, Golden Valley, AZ; and Roger Marlow, Dardanelle, AR. She was preceded in death by her mother, father and her brother, James Marlow.
A memorial service will be held at the Nevada State Veterans Home Chapel, 100 Veterans Memorial Dr., Boulder City, NV, on February 13, 2016, at 2 pm. Another memorial service will take place in Pawhuska, Oklahoma, on June’s birthday, April 24, at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church: Luncheon at 11:30 and Service at 1 p.m. followed by the planting of a deep-red crepe myrtle tree in her memory next to the June Culpepper Memorial Porch.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Boulder City High School Library, 1101 Fifth Street, Boulder City Nevada 89005; or St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 817 Leahy Avenue, mail to P.O. Box 1476, Pawhuska, OK 74056, for bench, picnic table, or perennial flowers. Family and friends can sign an online memorial guestbook at www.bouldercityfamilymortuary.com
... (Pawhuska Journal Capital)