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Order flowers and gifts from Red Bridge Floral/Back Door Flowers located in Fort Mill SC for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 305 Fort Mill Hwy Ste B, Fort Mill South Carolina 29707 Zip. The phone number is (803) 396-2007. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Red Bridge Floral/Back Door Flowers in Fort Mill SC. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Red Bridge Floral/Back Door Flowers delivers fresh flowers – order today.

Business name:
Red Bridge Floral/Back Door Flowers
Address:
305 Fort Mill Hwy Ste B
City:
Fort Mill
State:
South Carolina
Zip Code:
29707
Phone number:
(803) 396-2007
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Find Red Bridge Floral/Back Door Flowers directions to 305 Fort Mill Hwy Ste B in Fort Mill, SC (Zip 29707) on the Map. It's latitude and longitude coordinates are 35.0003857344627, -80.8701613249767 respectively.

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Mar 2, 2017

News of Record for Friday, Feb. 3, 2017

Arcaya, Osteen; Emily M. Wynn and Jordon C. Coleman, DeLand; Larry L. Moore, Umatilla and Grace Gulledge Peterson, DeLeon Springs; Dennis L. Shafer, Fort Mill, South Carolina and Sharon E. Guthrie, Daytona Beach Shores; Michael T. Weis and Pek Kuan Liu, DeBary; Kelsey A. Robinson and Vernon E. Waters, Pierson; Janee R. Cohen and Webb E. Wright, New Smyrna Beach; Christopher M. West and LaShell C. McCloskey, Port Orange; Lindsey L. McCreary, South Daytona and Roma S. Davis, Elkton; Daniel A. Sprowl, Port Orange and Susan J. Bencsik, Ormond Beach; Lorraine K. Perkins and John Dutton Thoms, Port Orange; David R. McKeown and Cynthia E. Conley, Holly Hill; Elizabeth B. Dillman and Nathaniel J. Karr, Ormond Beach.MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS STARTED: Latwan Lonel v. Regina Davis Ferguson; Ruben v. Linda C Nazario; Douglas C. v. Sheila A. Cornell; Jessica R. v. Renardo v. Williams; Chante Nicole Nichols v. Robert Nichols Iii; Carlos R. v. Shawna R. Rivera; Jamie v. Moises Ocasio Ii.MARRIAGE DISSOLUTIONS GRANTED: Camacho Evidio And Moran Maria Del Carmendiaz;Evan And Teresa Lynn Levenson; Brady Veronica Lynn And Taylor Gregory Gene;Charles Edward And Joelle Elizabeth Harris; Linda T. And Robert Pelletier; Matthew And Shelly F. Cawood; Jermaine Andrew Bailey Dixon And Ashley Drane.BIRTHS:HOWLETT/COLLINS: Charles Coleman Howlett and Kyla Nicole COllins, Daytona Beach, are the parents of a son weighing 9 pounds, 2 ounces, born at 3:14 a.m. Jan. 25, 2017, at Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center.MINABERRY/MCFARRAN: Matthew Minaberry Jr. and Taylor McFarran, South Daytona, are the parents of a daughter weighing 9 pounds, 3 ounces, born at 12:54 a.m. Jan. 27, 2017.SCHWARZE: Ksenia and Thomas Schwarze, Edgewater, are the parents of a son weighing 5 pounds, 3 ounces, born at 9:32 a.m. on Jan. 25, 2017 at Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center, Daytona Beach. (Daytona Beach News-Journal)

Dec 2, 2016

Thursday's HS Basketball Roundup: No. 5 Butler beats reigning 4A state champ Charlotte Catholic

Jaylen Thompson, Grace Academy: 19 points, 18 rebounds, seven assists in an 86-60 win over Grace’s varsity team against the junior varsity from Fort Mill Comenius. Chandler Speight led Comenius with 26 points. Najir Underwood, Woodlawn School: team-high 23 points in a 78-51 win over North Hills Christian. Teammate Dylan White had 20. Thursday’s Roundup No. 5 Butler 57, Charlotte Catholic 47: Butler jumped out to a 14-6 lead at the reigning N.C. 4A state champions’ gym. But trailing at halftime, Catholic used a 2-3 zone defense to get back into the game. Butler, however, was able to hang on for a solid win behind 13 points from Tarique Stowe and 10 from Zane Rankin. Catholic’s Trey Kloiber had 19 points and Luke Harkins added 10. No. 6 Hickory Ridge girls 68, Central Cabarrus 32: Gabbie Smith had 21 points and Jiheara Spears 10 to lead Hickory Ridge (4-0, 1-0 South Piedmont 3A) to an easy conference win over previously unbeaten Central Cabarrus (3-1, 2-1). Central got 14 points from Kasey Rowden. No. 12 Butler 58 girls, Charlotte Catholic 36: Butler (4-2) got 14 points from Megan Flowers, 13 from Rinnah Green and 12 from Payton Sutton in an easy win over Catholic (1-3). Kristal Mainsah and Lorelei Roper had 10 each for the Cougars. Thursday’s Girls Basketball Scores Butler 58, Charlotte Catholic 36 Covenant Day 48, High Point Christian 20 Gaston Christian 57, Piedmont Charter 45 Hickory Ridge 68, Central Cabarrus 30 Rock Hill South Pointe 51, Rock Hill Northwestern 45 Salisbury 51, Lake Norman 33 Vance 48, Olympic 32 Thursday’s Boys Basketball Scores Butler 57, Charlotte Catholic 47 Crest 59, East Gaston 58 Hickory Ridge 77, Central Cabarrus 46 Rock Hill South Pointe 66, Rock Hill Northwestern 64 Shelby 88, Mitchell 53 Woodlawn School 78, North Hills Christian 51 ... (Charlotte Observer)

May 18, 2016

Monday's high school scoreboard

Easley 308, Byrnes 308, J.L. Mann 309, Blythewood 314, x-Dorman 315; Spring Valley 315, Rock Hill 318, Hillcrest 319, Woodmont 322, Greenwood 324, Fort Mill 328, Nation Ford 328, Westwood 370. Class 3A Upper State Tournament Team scores (Top 8 qualify for state): Eastside 309, Emerald 315; A.C. Flora 318; Wren 320; Lancaster 328; South Pointe 337; Blue Ridge 338; West Oak 344; BHP 347; Chapin 347/... (The State)

Jan 8, 2016

Outdoors giant Cabela's nixes land deal for Summerville store

Post CourierOutdoors giant Cabela's nixes land deal for Summerville storeCharleston Post CourierIt has other locations in Greenville and Fort Mill in South Carolina. Last month, the ... From 2-6 p.m. Friday, Tiger Lily at 131 Spring St. will give away 1,000 flowers and offer free champagne, cake, organic cotton candy and door prizes. Tiger Lily ... (Charleston Post Courier)

Jan 8, 2016

Cabela's cancels contract to buy Summerville site

Cabela’s explored building a North Charleston store several years ago. It has other locations in Greenville and Fort Mill in South Carolina. Last month, the chain said it may be seeking a buyer, but no sale has been announced. Had its Summerville store materialized, the retailer would have joined an increasingly crowded market in the Charleston area for sellers of hunting, fishing and other outdoor goods. In addition to numerous locally owned shops, Gander Mountain opened in the Promenade at Northwoods shopping center in North Charleston in 2014, and Field & Stream, an offshoot of Dick’s Sporting Goods, opened in August near Tanger Outlets. Also, Cabela’s rival Bass Pro Shops announced plans in late 2013 to open a 130,000- to 150,000-square-foot store at the Ingleside development near I-26 and U.S. Highway 78. Construction has not yet started. A Bass Pro Shops spokesman did not return a call or email for comment Wednesday on the status of the store, which has been delayed by wetlands permitting issues. “It is our understanding that Bass Pro is under contract with the developer to purchase the property within Ingleside Plantation and the project is in the early design phase,” North Charleston city spokesman Ryan Johnson said in written statement Wednesday. 1,000 ways to celebrate A downtown Charleston flower shop will offer a bouquet of events to mark its 20th anniversary. From 2-6 p.m. Friday, Tiger Lily at 131 Spring St. will give away 1,000 flowers and offer free champagne, cake, organic cotton candy and door prizes. Tiger Lily, started in a vacant 1920s-era gas station in 1995, will give visitors two bouquets — one to keep and enjoy and one to pass along to someone else as an act of kindness as part of its “Petal It Forward” celebration. The flower s... (Charleston Post Courier)

Dec 30, 2015

Girls' high school basketball preview: Rock Hill girls ready to make statement

Na) Jones, Northwestern (senior guard, averaged 5.5 ppg in 2014); Jabree McMullen, Northwestern (sophomore forward, 5-foot-10); Meredith Christopher, Fort Mill (senior guard, committed to Elon for soccer); Makala Love, York (junior point guard, 2014-15 All-Region); Renee Carter, Clover. 3A: Malia Rivers, Lancaster (senior point guard, 2014-15 All-State, 2015 Herald All-Area player of the year, 16 ppg); Keyotta Garris, Lancaster (senior shooting guard, point guard); Izzy Clark, South Pointe (senior guard/forward, 2014-15 All-State, All-Region, All-Area first team, 13 ppg, 6 rebs.); T’Keia Williams, South Pointe (senior point guard, 9.1 ppg); Deja Marshall, Chester (senior guard, 15 ppg, All-Area second team); Porcelain Goldsborough, Chester (All-Area honorable mention). 1A/2A: Nia Pressley, Indian Land (2014-15 All-Region, All-Area first team, junior guard, 17 ppg), Alexis Emerson, Great Falls (junior forward, team’s defensive player of the year). (The Herald)

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