Florists in Beaufort, SC
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Beaufort Flower Shops
1202 Boundary St
Beaufort, SC 29902
169 Sea Island Parkway
Beaufort, SC 29907
42 Sea Island Pkwy
Beaufort, SC 29907
774 Ribaut Road
Beaufort, SC 29902
Beaufort SC News
May 25, 2017
Ceremonies to mark Memorial Day
County Veterans Services has scheduled a Memorial Day Ceremony for 10 a.m. Saturday at the Carteret County Veterans Memorial at Courthouse Square in Beaufort.The event will include music, speakers and a wreath-laying.Craven Memorial Day ceremonyVeterans and the local community are invited to attend a Memorial Day Ceremony at 11 a.m. Monday at the New Bern National Cemetery, 1711 National Ave.The Memorial Day ceremony dates back to the time following the Civil War. It was known then as “Decorations Day” because graves were decorated by civic groups and families with May flowers and flags in commemoration of fallen veterans.Today, Memorial Day continues as a special date when the nation pays tribute to all veterans no longer in the ranks.On Memorial Day, the pavement boundaries will be decorated with 35 veteran and community wreaths and embellished with American, state and military flags.The keynote speaker will be the Rev. Avery C. Brown, who retired from the Navy. Featured in this year’s ceremony will be a Color Guard and Ceremonial Rifle Detail from Cherry Point, and the Havelock Community Band playing patriotic music. Sam Lewis will sing the national anthem.The Rev. Malcom Roberts III, chaplain, Untied States Army, retired, will deliver the invocation and benediction.Also, the Rev. Steve Simpson will perform Amazing Grace on bagpipe and Altesina Kutulewski and Barbra Chance will sound "Taps" with echo.Water, event programs and seating assistance will be available at the main entrance.While 400 chairs are available, it is advisable to bring personal folding chairs and sun/rain protection. Should the Memorial Day Celebration be canceled due to severe weather, a public service announcement will be broadcast on WNOS FM 107.5 at 10 a.m.The Memorial Day Ceremony is organized and sponsored by the Craven County Veterans’ Council, which is composed of representatives of 11 Craven County Veteran organizations, plus their associates, and the New Bern National Cemetery staff.For more information, call 296-1381 or 636-5543.On Facebook: Craven County Veterans CouncilHavelock CeremonyThe Fourth Degree members of the Angelo Battista Assembly Chapter No. 2894 of the Knight of Columbus have scheduled a Memorial Day Service at 9 a.m. Monday at the Havelock Tourist and Event Center, 201 Tourist Center Drive.Brig. Gen. Matthew G. Glavy, the commanding general of the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing at Cherry Point, is the scheduled guest speaker. Sgt. Maj. Howard Kreamer, the 2nd MAW sergeant major, is also scheduled to attend.The ceremony is also scheduled to include presentation of colors, a POW/MIA tribute, the playing of the national anthem and “Taps,” and a wreath-laying at the memorial in front of the tourist center.Pamlico Monday ceremonyPamlico County will be observing Memorial Day at the county courthouse in Bayboro on Monday at 10 a.m.The Pamlico County Veterans Council and the Di... (New Bern Sun Journal)Mar 23, 2017
Roland Lawrence, 94; service today
Otway Christian Church with the Rev. Jack Mumford and the Rev. Merritt Watson officiating. Burial will follow at Carteret Memorial Gardens in Beaufort.Roland was a lifetime member of Otway Christian Church, and he dedicated his life and time to the church serving as an elder and on the board for many years. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II where he received the Purple Heart, Silver Star and Bronze Star. Roland was a member of the Crissie Wright Lodge No. 741 and a York Rite Shriner. Roland worked in construction for over 70 years, ending his career at his business Roland Lawrence and Son Construction. Roland is survived by his wife, Ellen G. Lawrence of the home; daughter, Rebecca L. Smith and husband Gerry of Morehead City; stepdaughter, Eileen Small of Newport; son, Roland Lawrence Jr. and wife Lisa G. of Beaufort; grandchildren, Gerry “Ted” Smith Jr. and friend Alicia Nelson and Roland “Davis” Lawrence III; stepdaughter, Tanya S. Sewell and husband Thomas; great grand-children, Madison H. Smith and Peyton E. Smith; step great-grandchildren, Tracy Sewell and Tiffany Sewell; nieces, Jane South, Phyllis Gillikin, Connie Fulcher, Ella Gillikin, Theresa Beecham, Elaine Lawrence, Rita Lawrence, Julie Lawrence and Cheryl Lynn Grimes; and nephew... (Carolinacoastonline)Mar 2, 2017
Richard Flowers, 64; service Thursday
His service is at 6 p.m. Thursday at One Harbor Church in Morehead City. Cass, a Carteret County native, grew up in Beaufort and graduated from West Carteret High School in 1970. He earned a bachelor’s and master’s degrees from East Carolina University in vocational rehabilitation and for 12 years provided vocational rehabilitation services for Carteret, Craven, Jones and Pamlico counties. Cass returned to Carteret County in 1987 to share his passion for community fitness by founding the Sports Center of Morehead and to develop real estate like his father before him. Over the past 30 years, Cass has grown the Sports Center into the area’s premier health club and developed land throughout Morehead City. He most enjoyed fishing, playing racquetball and spending time with his family. Cass is survived by his loving wife of 40 years, Sylvia McKenzie Flowers; daughter, Summer Flowers Ricketts; son-in-law Taylor; granddaughter, Olivia; son, William Blake Flowers, all of Carteret County, and daughter Cassie Jean Flowers of Costa Rica; sister, Pat Piner of Pine Knoll Shores; and brother, Joe Flowers of Marathon, Fla.Cass was preceded in death by his parents, William Clifton “Cliff” Flower... (Carolinacoastonline)Jan 19, 2017
Tips for making your indoor and outdoor gardens grow (and thrive)
Update: Garden Gate Nursery <www.gardengate<www.gardengatebluffton.com/>> in Old Town Bluffton is now selling the Beaufort Council of Garden Clubs new book.Gardening Tip: Use empty prescription bottles to save seeds of favorite plants.Plant questions? Feel free to contact me via email about your gardening concerns.
(Island Packet (blog))Aug 15, 2016
Deaths Summary for Wednesday, August 10, 2016
GOODING, Desser Lee, of Hampton, a retired seamstress, died Monday. Arrangements by Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home.
LAVENDER, Michael Eugene, 66, of Beaufort, an Air Force veteran and former teacher, died Monday. Arrangements by Anderson Funeral Home.
PETERS, James L., 73, of Little River died Monday. Arrangements by Palmetto Cremation Society of Charleston.
RUBINO, Frank P., 57, of Park City, Utah, a former executive chef with Seabrook Island Club and husband of Judy Emmons Rubino, died July 29. Arrangements by Memorial Mortuaries and Cemeteries.
(Post and Courier - Charleston Post Courier)Jun 10, 2016
It's berry-picking time
Now, don’t ask me why it was changed.
Area farmers, such as Dempsey Farms and others on St. Helena Island in northern Beaufort County, offer “U-Pick” seasons running from March through April and even into May, as long as weather permits and the berries hold out.
A day with the grandchildren makes for fond memories, picking large strawberries and biting into them with juice dribbling down their chins, scampering along the rows of plants in search of the one that looks just right for picking.
When filling your baskets, you’ll have plenty to use for strawberry shortcakes, ice cream and freezing for future desserts.
The blackberry, a little later than strawberries in ripening, grows wild in most parts of the U.S. Cultivated forms date from the 1800s and do well in the Southern states.
The blackberry bush may be erect and bushy or grow in running vines, flourishing mostly where the loam is deep, mellow and damp. There are some types of blackberries that have no thorns on their stalks, but the wild kind I am used to are on running vines loaded with thorns, making the picking careful and tedious.
Blackberry picking in May and June can be another family outing when finding a patch on deserted roadways or fields. One such field, belonging to my granddaddy Cooler near my home, was loaded with blackberries when I was a child.
It still provided hours of picking pleasure during the childhoods of my boys and even into the early years of my grandchildren, before the field became overgrown with pine trees that sprouted up over years of wind-blown and deposited seed taking root.
Many were the days we would return home with more than half-gallon pails of shining blackberries and children with purple fingers from picking and purple mouths from eating. Then came the contest, after the blackberries were washed, to see who could get a bowl of berries, sprinkled with sugar and drizzled with cream, mashed into the “most” and darkest purple before devouring. What fun, and delicious too!
Blueberry bushes, on the other hand, are shrubs in the heath family bearing small fruit. These fruits can also be wild or cultivated, with the wild ones sm... (Bluffton Today)