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May 1, 2020

North Shore Floral Designers Bring Spring to You - nshoremag.com

Easter holiday. Newburyport, 781-424-8190, sweetanniefloraldesign.com Bella’s Floral Design/ Petries Flower Shoppe Elyse Gaynor has been creating beautiful floral arrangements for several of Northshore magazine’s events, including BONS, the Winter Gala, Grand Tasting, and North Shore Night Out. She has also designed arrangements for our fall and spring home events. She brings the same beautiful sensibilities and attention to detail to every bouquet and centerpiece. During the pandemic, Bella’s Floral Design and Petrie’s (Gaynor runs both shops) are limiting their operations to contactless doorstep deliveries Monday through Friday—while offering “no delivery charge” Fridays. Some of their most popular spring palettes are lavenders and creams. Gaynor is finding Gerber Daisies from California as well as roses from South America. For flowers that are not sold during the day, she creates bouquets for those working in the medical field on the North Shore to thank them for their service. Lynnfield, 781-333-4300, bellasfloraldesign.com; Saugus, 781-223-5642, flowershoppes.com Meredith McCarthy Floral Design & Event Styling Meredith McCarthy changed careers from environmental planning to floral design. Graduating from Rittners School of Floral Design, she has been creating beautiful bouquets and centerpieces for weddings and special events ever since. She is not open during the COVID-19 crisis, but suggests to her customers that they still create springtime beauty in their home. She say, “why not go forage in your yard for it—daffodils are just coming up as are tulips and trees are beginning to blossom–its a quick and easy way to turn your indoors into a breath of fresh air and springtime beauty. Ipswich. 978-884-5974, meredithmccarthyfloraldesign.com ...

Jul 5, 2019

LEAF Festival of Flowers Blooms in New York City - Times Square Chronicles

NYFlowerWeek, adorning Rockefeller Center’s iconic ‘Atlas’ statue with an elaborate floral garland. New York-based floral designer Kelsea Olivia Gaynor of East Oliva, a female-led floral and creative styling agency, curated two of the official installations featured across Manhattan. Participating partners and locations included: Plaza de Las Americas, La Ligne, Atlas at Rockefeller Center, The Flatiron Plaza, Flower School New York, Alamo at Astor, Aesop Nolita, ‘Crosby the Cat’ Botero Sculpture at Crosby Street Hotel, Crosby Street Hotel x Lewis Miller Design Afternoon Tea, and Joe’s Jeans. Additionally supporters of the cause gathered at an intimate party where toasts with Sipsmith Gin and Perrier–Jouët were made. LEAF will be held in Manhattan in June 2020 and feature a series of ticketed programs to include floral arranging workshops, pop up gardens and installations, epicurean experiences and more. For more information, please visit www.leafflowershow.com or follow along on Instagram at @leafflowershow #leafflowerfestival. Related ItemsElizaBeth TaylorFlower FestivalLEAFNew ...

Mar 23, 2018

Daffodil Day: Cancer survivor Gillian's fears for future after months of gruelling treatment

She said: “It was crazy because my mam was recovering and I suppose I took over then.“It’s only now we’re survivors we can talk about what happened.”Gaynor French - Daffodil DayA grandmother diagnosed with breast cancer six years ago told how she booked her own funeral just days later.Gaynor French, now 47, admitted she thought the diagnosis was a death sentence.The former biology lecturer from Co Roscommon said: “I thought that was it. I lost my mother-in-law from my first marriage to it. I also looked after a little girl whose mother died of it.“I thought I was a goner but now the treatments are so much more advanced.“The hospital care is so good your head doesn’t get a chance to catch up until a year after the chemo, the radiography, everything.“I can’t praise them enough.”However, four-and-a-half years after her diagnosis, Gaynor went back to her doctor feeling tired and learned she had stage four metastatic breast cancer.The mother of three and granny of one was given six months to live if she didn’t respond to chemo.She said: “Two years later, I’m still going strong. Even though I have stage four cancer, I’m healthy and fit.“I may have hair one minute and none the next but I am healthy and there’s no sign I have anything wrong with me.”And Gaynor praised the charity for helping her get through.She added: “I was self-employed and lost my business. The Irish Cancer Society provided me with a grant so I could at least pay for the kids’ Christmas.”Pictured is Laura Brennan from Co Clare (Image: Ma...

Dec 2, 2016

Carson, Clark, Flowers and Mack Selected to CIAA All-Rookie Team

Harden, Virginia StateK Gene Carson, Bowie StateRB Tevin Perry, ShawWR Geordan Clark, Bowie StateRB Tony Credle, Fayetteville StateWR Jaden Maynor, Fayetteville StateOL Aaron Ray, ChowanWR Gustavious Dames, Virginia Union  Print Friendly Version... (BSU Bulldogs)

Nov 24, 2016

Bowie State University Bulldogs Athletics

Harden, Virginia StateK Gene Carson, Bowie StateRB Tevin Perry, ShawWR Geordan Clark, Bowie StateRB Tony Credle, Fayetteville StateWR Jaden Maynor, Fayetteville StateOL Aaron Ray, ChowanWR Gustavious Dames, Virginia Union  Print Friendly Version... (Carson, Clark, Flowers ... - BSU Bulldogs)

Oct 21, 2016

Around Pasadena: Florist spreads cheer with flower giveaway

Wharton at the giveaway was fellow employee JoAnn Baker, of Pasadena, and Wharton's mother, Winnie Maher, owner of Maher's Florist, 8095 C Edwin Raynor Blvd. Maher's Florist visited three locations in the area, handing out 250 bunches of flowers to unsuspecting locals. Their first stop of the day was Chick-fil-A in Glen Burnie. After nearly two hours, the women had handed out 174 bouquets of fresh-cut flowers. Their next stop was Park Plaza in Severna Park and they finished the day at Chesterfield Plaza, in Pasadena, next to their store. The event was a success, says Maher, who enjoyed participating in the event. "People have been so receptive," she said. The biggest challenge when preparing for the event was finding businesses willing to participate, Wharton said. "People were afraid that we would disrupt the business day," she said. Wharton considered giving flowers to people outside of hospitals and military sites, but they were told it was not allowed due to no-soliciting laws and security reasons. When Wharton approached Chick-fil-A owner Bill Johnson about the campaign, he was very welcoming and accommodating. Maher opened her flower shop in Pasadena nearly 40 years ago. She "semi-retired" 10 years ago after handing the business over to her daughter. Wharton started working at her mother's shop while attending college to become a nurse. "I actually started loving flowers more than I did nursing," she said. What started out as a part-time job, turned into a passion. "I think about flowers constantly," she said, "I love it." For more information about the campaign, visit https://safnow.org/. To contact Maher's Florist, call 410-255-8181. New officers Chesapeake High School's chapter of Future Business Leaders of America elected officers for its 2016-17 school year. The officers represent the school in a positive way while fulfilling their given duties. Each student had to prepare a speech to give to members before they voted. The president is Esther Kim, vice-president is Haley Klein, treasurer is Hannah Klein, secretary is Emily Fagley and the parliamentarian is Molly Moore. Church event St. Jane Frances de Chantal Church, 8499 Virginia Ave., will host "Inviting Catholics Home," for Catholics who have been away from the church. The church will host three sessions 7-8:30 p.m. on Oct. 27, Nov. 3 and 10 in the Muth room of the lower church. Guests are encouraged to attend each session. There will be prayer as well as an opportunity to share and discuss in a comfortable atmosphere. Pre-registration is not required. For more information, call John Ena at 410-437-6522 or Dave Horvath at 301-213-1197. Ha... (CapitalGazette.com)