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Nov 9, 2019
'No regrets': Longtime Sioux Falls florist leaves legacy of success - Argus Leader
I think we've made our mark on the world."
Gustaf grew up on the north end of Sioux Falls and attended O'Gorman High School, according to his obituary. Early on, his love for flowers and plants was already flourishing: He began working at Earl May Garden Center in Sioux Falls while still in high school. After starting his own business at the Western Mall in the early 1970s, Gustaf and his sister Jean opened Gustaf's Greenery in 1986.
"He was probably the most social person I ever met," Jean Gustaf said of her brother.
More: Gustaf's Greenery flower shop closing after 42 years
The Gustaf siblings used their respective skills in running their store. Pat, ever the social butterfly, handled the marketing and public-facing duties, while Jean, who worked as a nurse at the Veterans Administration, kept things going behind the scenes.
"He'd say yes to everything. I'd say, 'No, we can't do that,'" Jean said, laughing.
Gustaf's daughter, Karlee Bathke, echoed her aunt's sentiments.
"He would make friends wherever we went because he wanted to know everyone’s story," she said. "He wouldn’t just make small talk; he truly connected with each and every person he met."
Pat always valued spending time in his community, Jean said. In addition to running his own business, he was involved in the Lions Club and helped found the South Dakota Floral Association. According to his obituary, Gustaf was also a devoted Catholic who served at Christ the King Catholic Church in Sioux Falls and later St. Mary.
"One thing he always said was, 'Get out into the community. The town supports you if you support the town,'" Jean said.
Although he never went to college, Gustaf valued education. He made time to teach floral design at Southeast Technical Institute for several years and would often mentor other florists, along with attending every floral convention he could find.
"He was never afraid to die, but he just wasn’t quite re... Sep 10, 2018
Obituary for Douglas Allen Blaney
On their web-site (www.rfk.org) you may choose to donate to the national organization or find a local affiliate near you.The Gorman Funeral Homes – Platte Chapel of Wheatland are in charge of the arrangements.Condolences may be sent to the family at http://www.gormanfh.com. Apr 20, 2017
These flowers have been dormant for years, now they blanket California's hillsides
David McNew/Getty Images)A massive spring wildflower bloom caused by a wet winter is seen in Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. (Steve Gorman/Reuters)Blooms in Lake Elsinore, Calif. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)Blooms in Lake Elsinore. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)...Feb 3, 2017
BC Player of the Week: Knox City's Flowers wins honor
Our players trust her and believe in her."
Knox City enters this week at 11-9 overall.
BIG COUNTRY TOP 10
1. Trent Padron, Forward, Jr., Gorman — Poured in a combined 43 points in wins over Strawn (51-30) and Moran (60-34) last week, including a 16-of-18 tally from the free-throw line.
Padron finished with 18 rebounds, four assists and five steals to help the Panthers improve to 7-10 overall and 2-2 in league play.
2. Landry Hanson and Taylor Manske, guard/forward, Fr./So., Haskell — This duo was at the forefront of last week’s wins over Roscoe (71-21) and Albany (67-14), with Hanson providing a combined 32 points, 14 rebounds, eight assists and five steals.
Manske totaled 27 points, 18 boards, six steals and five assists as the Maidens pushed their current winning streak to 13 straight games.
Haskell (21-5) enters this week ranked at No. 22 by the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches after sweeping through the first half of its District 8-2A schedule unbeaten.
The scary part is this is a very young team with most of its talent returning next year.
3. Jaxon Hearne and Duane Walkingstick, guards, Jr./Sr., Cisco— Cisco swept district games with Millsap (56-40) and Eastland (47-30) last week, with Hearne and Walkingstick providing much of the punch.
Hearne finished with a combined 31 points, 10 rebounds and four steals while hitting 10 3-pointers. Walkingstick had 26 points, 15 boards, seven assists and five blocks to help the Loboes improve to 16-7 overall and 4-1 in district play.
"Duane had an emotional week, with the passing of his grandfather, and put in a tremendous effort on both sides of the floor,” coach Kevin Hearne said. “I could not be prouder of him."
4. Jilian Hufstutler, guard, Jr., Comanche — Had a combined 36 points in two games against Bangs (36-29) and Brady (53-48).
She ended the Bangs game with five rebounds, four assists, five steals, five blocks and 12 pass deflections. She charted six rebounds, six assists, three steals and three blocks against Brady.
"Jilian has been a steady force in these first few games of district play,” Comanche coach Diana Salinas said. “She has been a great leader."
5. Creed Goode and Holden Senclair, guard/forward, Jr./Sr., Cros... (ReporterNews.com)Dec 22, 2016
Conditions are right for a frost flower bloom
Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) Anita B. Gorman Discovery Center in Kansas City. In recent years, glassy or milk-white ribbons of ice have appeared reliably on crownbeard with the first deep freeze.
Not all plants will produce frost flowers. But white crownbeard, yellow crownbeard, yellow ironweed and dittany will produce them if soil, moisture and temperature conditions are right. The cold freezes moisture in the stems of these plants, icy ribbons expand out in patterns that depend on how the stem splits and other factors. Perhaps the roots of those plants stay active longer and have more moisture to produce the ribbon-like patterns.
White crownbeard is a tall plant. Most gardeners will want to plant it in the back of native wildflower plots. Dittany is a smaller plant that may fit better in shaded yard plantings. They are bonus plants for gardeners, providing colorful flowers in summer and frost flowers in winter.
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Native plants also benefit pollinator species such as butterflies and bees. For information on frost flowers, visithttp://on.mo.gov/2hKVdzS. Information about using native plants in landscape gardens is available athttp://grownative.org/.
(Daily Journal Online)Nov 24, 2016
MauiTime's Maui Calendar of Events | Thursday Nov. 24-Wednesday Nov. 30th
Kirtan returns for the 6th consecutive year. This year KD brings to Maui band members, Arjun Bruggeman, Genevieve Walker, David Nichtern, Mark Gorman and Nina Rao to share their unique style of Indian music, Kirtan and Bhakti yoga. Vegetarian dinner, desserts and chai are available by Shamapriya (not included in ticket price) in the Church Hall beginning at 5:30pm. $30 – $40. 7:00pm. Makawao Union Church, (1445 Baldwin Ave., Makawao); 808-579-9261; Makawaounionchurch.org
MOVEMBER SILENT AUCTION – Tue. Nov 29. People all over the world are growing moustaches to show support. Come and sport your best ‘Stache, and help aid in a worthy cause. There will be live music, silent auction and Best Moustache Contest. All donations go directly to the Movember foundation, a global charity that is dedicated to men’s health. 2pm. Captain Jacks Island Grill, (672 Front St., Lahaina); 808-667-0988; CaptainJacksMaui.com
MAUI STAGE SHOWS
KUPANAHA MAGIC SHOW – Tue-Sat. Watch “Maui’s Magical Family” team up with the Kupanaha dancers. See scintillating hula interpretations bring spectacular illusions, charm and culture to the stage. $65 – $99. 4:30pm. Kupanaha Magic Theatre, (2525 Kaanapali Pkwy., Lahaina); 808-667-0128; Kupanaha.com
WARREN AND ANNABELLE’S MAGIC SHOW – Mon-Sat. Warren Gibson, one of the country’s premier sleight-of-hand magicians, treats you to the best “close-up” magic and comedy in a beautiful 78-seat venue! Annabelle, our resident ghost, will entertain you while you dine, enjoy cocktails, appetizers, and yummy desserts. $64 – $104.50. 5:00pm. Warren and Annabelle’s, (900 Front St., Lahaina); 808-667-6244; Warrenandannabelles.com
‘ULALENA – Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri. Delight in the richness of Hawaiian history and culture through authentic Hawaiian music, dance and over 100 instruments played live in a dynamic, colorful, emotional, and entertaining theatrical performance. E Hele mai (come)! Embark on this powerful journey, and leave with a deeper understanding of island culture, and the true essence of aloha. $29.99 Keiki / $59.99 Adults. Children 5 and under are free. Kama‘aina and military rates, and dinner partner offers are available. 5:00pm. Maui Theatre, (878 Front St., Lahaina); 808-856-7900; Mauitheatre.com
NA LIO DINNER – Thu. Nov 24. Sit back and enjoy the story of the horse in Hawaii and discover how the Hawaiian Cowboys, and the horse became a part of Hawaiian culture. Check-in at the shop and the shuttle will transport you to Kahalawai Farms and Stables for the dinner and show. The Menu will be seasonal and prepared on location by Kalei’s Food Truck and Catering. Visit with miniature horses Julio and Freedom, take pictures and meet the horses and cast of Na Lio. BYOB. $99. 5:30pm. Na Lio Gift Shop, (335 Keawe St., Lahaina); 808-270-2255; Naliomaui.com
BURN’N LOVE – Thu. Nov 24. Mon, Tue, Thur, Fri. Maui Theatre’s Burn’n Love brings back the golden era of Elvis in Hawaii. Starring Darren Lee, relive the days of Blue Hawaii with the best Elvis impersonator in the world. $60 – $110. 7:30pm. Maui Theatre, (878 Front St., Lahaina); 808-856-... (MauiTime Weekly)
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