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Order flowers and gifts from New Designs located in Kingsville ON for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 23 Division Street North, Kingsville Ontario N9Y1C7 Zip. The phone number is (519) 733-2365. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about New Designs in Kingsville ON. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. New Designs delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Jul 27, 2016

Retired teacher, now a volunteer at HMC, looks back on her teaching days

She would graduate from what was then called Texas A&I University in Kingsville. That’s when she went from being a teaching assistant to a teacher. Bea began as a third grade teacher at Lyford Elementary School, but eventually became a teacher for pre-kindergarten children. “Those were my best years, with the little ones,” she said. “The kids were so innocent. They are always hugging you. They’re about this high, around your knees, and they’re there hugging your knees.” She looks back fondly on her years helping “the little ones” grow. “The thing is, they start without even knowing the numbers and the letters and the colors,” Bea said. “And you can see them blossoming, just like a flower. They’re like sponges, they soak it all in.” When she retired, Bea was asked to go back and tutor. But she decided she wanted to go in a new direction. “I said, you know what, I want to do something with a hospital. I’m going to go a different route, and it’s been rewarding.” ... (Valley morning Star)

Apr 22, 2016

What's Happening This Week

Jerusalem Mill. This program is for adults.EARTH DAY CLEANUP AT BIG GUN, 9 a.m. to noon, Big Gunpowder Parking Lot, 11159 Belair Rd., Kingsville. Join park staff and volunteers for an Earth Day cleanup picking up trash, lopping vegetation encroaching on trails, painting and sign replacement. Dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes and bring a water bottle. Work gloves will be provided but feel free to bring your own to this free event. For details call 443-252-1141. CELEBRATE EARTH DAY, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Fair Hill NRMA: Covered Bridge Parking Lot, Fair Hill NRMA, 300 Tawes Drive, Elkton. Join the naturalist at our new Nature Play Space. Be among the first to get a tour of the space and then get your hands dirty as you help us plant native plants to enhance pollinator habitat. Registration required, no charge for program, but daily service fees are in effect. 410-398-1246 BE THE CHANGE: CELEBRATION OF EARTH DAY, multiple locations on campus, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Harford Community College, 401 Thomas Run Rd., Bel Air. FARMERS MARKET, 2 to 6 p.m. at Town of Elkton Farmers Market, corner of Bow and Howard streets in Elkton. Families can now purchase fresh vegetables, eggs, jams, jellies, award-winning salsa, soaps and baked goods directly from the growers and producers. Open 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 8 am. to 12 p.m. Saturday. The market will run from April through October. THE LIST TRI-STATE STREE... (Cecil Whig)

Dec 30, 2015

Geraldine Whitley

North Carolina May 26, 1926 and later moved to Corpus Christi, Texas where she met and married Leroy Whitley. Together, they raised Jill and Lee in Kingsville, Texas. While Jerry never attended college herself, it was her and Leroy's number 1 priority to ensure their children received a college degree. Fulfilling her goal for them, Jill graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 1984 and Lee graduated from The Ohio State University in 1986. At retirement, she and Leroy searched all over Texas for a place to live and they found their paradise in Kerrville, Texas. She found her church home at Four Square Gospel Fellowship. The legacy she leaves behind includes that of being an awesome mother and a giver who loved people, especially children. She was always involved in her children's lives, being a room mother and a band mom, attending every football game in which her children participated. She exemplified being a giver, always giving money to children she would see in public, baking cookies for her doctor's offices, and anyone for that matter! And when her mother died, she used part of her inheritance to remodel her and Leroy's church in Kerrville. There were no limits to what she would do for her grandchildren, including being a chaperone for some of their field trips while they were in school. They were the light of her life. And so was Jesus. She attended Heritage Church in Wichita Falls until her medical condition kept her home. Salvation is based on grace. The crown is based on works. Jerry got a crown with many jewels. Jerry was preceded in death by her parents Henry ... (Times Record News)

Nov 1, 2015

Gift Basket Giveaway to Benefit Coastal Bend Day of Giving

KINGSVILLE (Kiii News) - A gift basket giveaway will be hosted Nov. 4 by the Social Work Student Association at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, and proceeds from the event will go toward the Coastal Bend Community Foundation's account for the Day of Giving. From 1-3 p.m. Nov. 4 at the TAMUK Pavilion, donations of $2 will be accepted for a relaxation themed gift basket and a movie themed gift basket. Baskets will include movie tickets and spa passes, and all donations will go directly to the Coastal Bend Day of Giving and will be doubled. The money will help the Children's Advocacy Center continue to provide for children and families that need services such as forensic interviews, victim services, teen support groups and more. (KIII TV3)

Aug 22, 2015

Venus Rising features Rosey Ferkovich's artwork

Rosey worked as a florist at Butte Floral, but her passion has always been drawing and painting. In 2005, Rosey and her husband moved to Kingsville, Missouri, where she took art classes. In July, Rosey moved back to Butte to be with ... (Montana Standard)


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