Florists in Anson, TX
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Anson Flower Shops
1243 Commercial Ave
Anson, TX 79501
Anson TX News
Feb 1, 2020
Marilyn Christianson Obituary - Kronenwetter, WI | Wausau Daily Herald - Legacy.com
Marilyn Anne Christianson Kronenwetter - Marilyn Anne Christianson of Rothschild, WI, passed away at the age of 68 during the early hours of Tuesday, December 31st, 2019, at Cedar Creek Manor in Kronenwetter, WI. Marilyn was born April 27th, 1951, in Wausau, Wisconsin to Edmund and Anne (Maguire) Michalik. She grew up in Schofield, Wisconsin and graduated from D.C. Everest Senior High in 1970. Marilyn attended the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point and then the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, where she earned her degree in Elementary Education in 1974. Marilyn married Wayne Christianson on October 26th, 1974 at St. Therese Catholic Church in Schofield, Wisconsin. Wayne and Marilyn raised two children; a son, Eric, born in 1977 and a daughter, Sarah, born in 1981. Marilyn worked for the D.C. Everest School District as a beloved teacher from 1974 to 2008; Everest Elementary (1974 -1976), Evergreen Elementary (1976 - 2003), and D.C. Everest Middle School (2003 - 2008). Marilyn loved her career as ... Jan 4, 2020
Obituary for David Strode - Greeley Tribune
Katelyn) Strode and Ava; brother, Mark (Jill) Strode; nephews, Jackson and Cooper; stepchildren, Zachary Grissom, Jeremy (Katie) Grissom; Porter and Anson, Jessica (Casey) Roberts, Taegan, Caden, and Brogan, Jacob (Tia) Grissom; Bradly and Waylon. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Dave’s honor to the Strode Memorial Fund: http://www.gofundme.com/f/strode-memorial-fund-for-angelman-syndrome or The Piqua Education Foundation Scholarship Fund. Services will be held at 11 a.m., Sunday, Jan. 5, 2020, at the Allnutt Macy Chapel, 6521 W. 20th St., Greeley, Colo. 80634. Please visit http://www.allnuttgreeley.com to send condolences to the family. Sep 19, 2019
It wasn't all love and flowers and Woodstock in 1969 - Sydney Morning Herald
And here comes Quentin Tarantino’s new fairy tale movie, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, concerning the grotesque Charles Manson “family”, who went on a murder rampage at the home of actress Sharon Tate on August 9, 1969, shocking the world.AdvertisementWe are much given these days to reaching back and commemorating the dramatic events of the past.It’s a safer and more satisfying pursuit than confronting the present; or worse, burdening ourselves with anxiety about what might happen in the future.We can dress the past in bunting and sentimentalise it; even those events that are so ghastly they still infect nightmares.The new celebration of Woodstock, of course, is a blessed relief after last year, when much of the world devoted itself to remembering that it was 100 years since the end of World War I, a conflagration that consumed many millions of lives.In the current remembrance of cool 1969, it is probably best to push aside the arithmetic that shows 50 years ago - to many of us, part of our remembered lives - we were just 51 years beyond the end of World War I, and only 24 years from the end of World War II. The most dreadful events of the 20th century were, for many in 1969, within living and even recent memory.It was a year, too, when a new war was raging - the Vietnam War would take as many as 2 million lives of Vietnamese civilians and another 1.1 million Viet Cong and North Vietnamese fighters, and killed 58,000 American soldiers ... and 521 Australians, 202 of whom were conscripted.Those of us who spent our youth in Australia might also... Nov 28, 2018
Community calendar: Ballard Holiday Fest, Museum First Thursday and more - The Seattle Times
December-February and where to view them, 11 a.m. Saturday; program on migrating snow geese, 11 a.m. Dec. 8, Christianson's Nursery, 15806 Best Road, Mount Vernon; $8, preregister (360-466-3821 or christiansonsnursery.com).
Winter Holidays at Seattle Aquarium
SAT-MON Diving Santa, story times, holiday concerts, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday-Monday and Dec. 7-10, 14-17, 21-24, The Seattle Aquarium, 1483 Alaskan Way, Seattle; $19.95-$29.95, ages 3 and younger free (206-386-4300 or seattleaquarium.org).
SAFE Holiday Open House
SUN Farm tours, holiday photos with mini horses, kids activities, craft bazaar; proceeds benefit Save a Forgotten Equine (SAFE) horse rescue; noon-4 p.m. Sunday, Safe Harbor Stables, 10407 192nd Ave. N.E., Redmond (safehorses.org/news-updates/upcoming-events/).
PLAN AHEAD Holiday cookie sale to benefit Seattle Milk Fund, while supplies last, 11 a.m. Dec. 8, Seattle Center Armory, Seattle (seattlemilkfund.org).
Jingle Bell Run
PLAN AHEAD 12K, 5K, one mile runs, includes jingle bells, entertainment, Holiday Cheer Garden, costume contest, benefits The Arthritis Foundation, 8 a.m. Dec. 9, Westlake Park, 401 Pine St., Seattle; $45-$70, additional fundraising suggested (206-413-6858 or /events.arthritis.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=cms.page&id=1615&eventID=649).
Danish Christmas Beer Fest
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Corpse flower to bloom at Nicholas Conservatory & Gardens in Rockford
I've been watching it on YouTube and I hope I can come back in person once it blooms," said Deb Sanson of Rockford.The plant flowers every seven to 20 years, and the bloom only lasts 24 to 48 hours. The 6 foot, 5 inch tall plant weighs around 66 pounds and was donated by the Huntington Botanical Gardens in Pasadena, California, in 2011.Regular admission rates apply to see the plant, and those interested can keep updated on the plant’s progress by visiting the Conservatory’s Facebook page or the live webcam on the Rockford Park District’s YouTube page.Arturo Fernandez: 815-987-1345; firstname.lastname@example.org; @ArturoFernandez
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Mourners leave flowers for duck boat victims as officials probe for answers
BRANSON, Mo. - It began with a single flower placed on each car left overnight on the parking lot at Ride the Ducks Branson, the company that owned the amphibious tourist boat that took its final fateful ride on storm-tossed Table Rock Lake.
The high winds and 5-foot waves, seemingly emerging from a quiet summer evening, capsized the boat Thursday evening, killing 17 people, ranging in age from 1 to 70 and including nine relatives visiting from Indiana.
By late Friday night, the hoods of two remaining cars were overfilled with flowers, with space left only on the tops of the vehicles and on the ground around them for folks to add to the collection.
Surrounding a vehicle shared by two of the victims, hundreds gathered to pay their respects and mourn those lost Thursday night. Fourteen people survived.
The majority of the those paying their respects during the quiet vigil didn't know the victims, but said Branson, a popular tourist destination, is a family, and coming together is what the town is all about.
Leading the candlelit vigil was Zach Klein - a field technician for the Taney County Sewer District - who didn't personally know the people he came there to honor. But when he was given the opportunity to speak, he didn't turn it down.
He talked for five minutes to the crowd of people wiping away tears or holding their loved ones close.
"Right now, we're in a time to mourn," Klein said. "We don't know when we're going to go meet our heavenly father. Be there for the people who need you when they need you."
The end of his speech brought prayers and song: "Amazing Grace" and "God Bless America."