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Business name:
Oakmont Floral & Design
Address:
516 Allegheny River Blvd
City:
Oakmont
State:
Pennsylvania
Zip Code:
15139
Phone number:
(412) 828-5777
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Flowers and Gifts News

Jun 10, 2016

US Open qualifying; flowers and chocolates for hit spectator

The Japan qualifier last week was awarded four spots for 40 players. The England qualifier was Monday, and 13 players out of 95 qualified for Oakmont on June 16-19. There's a science to the process — and a lot of math. "You're going to have some subjectivity," Hall said. "But with the OWGR, it's also objective." That would be the Official World Golf Ranking, and Hall said his computer experts help merge world ranking data with USGA data to figure out the strongest fields and how to distribute the spots available. What makes the U.S. Open stand out is that in most years, roughly half of the 156-man field has to qualify. Typical of golf at this level, there is bound to be some complaining about one site getting too many spots and another not getting enough, and most of the attention is on the so-called PGA Tour sites (Columbus for those at the Memorial and Memphis, Tennessee, for those planning to play the FedEx St. Jude Classic). Hall's advice is to "take the names out and look at the data." The work doesn't end with Monday's sectional qualifying. Perhaps the most mysterious part — at least to the public — is the U.S. Open alternate list. That list also is determined by how many spots were allocated to each qualifier. It would seem the strongest fields — Columbus, Memphis, London — would be first in line for alternates. But that's not always the case. For example, if the USGA is torn between giving 14 or 15 spots to Columbus and it opts for 15, then that site might not be high on the list of alternates. Or if the Dallas site gets o... (Washington Times)

Feb 3, 2016

Oakmont couple longtime ambassadors for Sonoma Land Trust

Oakmont residents Susan and John Millar have contributed to the Sonoma Land Trust for 30 years for a clear and simple reason: They believe in preserving the land for present and future generations.“My husband has always been interested in fishing and wildlife,” Susan Millar said. “There’s just a feeling we have that the world shouldn’t be covered over with pavement, and that could happen. Land is the one thing that doesn’t grow; you can’t grow more land space or wildlife corridors.” The Millars have witnessed first-hand the way agricultural land gives way to pavement. Susan grew up on the San Francisco Peninsula when fruit orchards still dominated the Santa Clara Valley. In the late 1950s, about the time she headed off to school at UC Berkeley (where she would meet John), those orchards began to disappear. Once married, the couple lived for 44 years in the Contra Costa County towns of Lafayette and Orinda. “The world kind of ended at the Danville Hotel in those early days,” Millar sai... (Santa Rosa Press Democrat)

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