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Florists in Broadway, VA

Find local Broadway, Virginia florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Broadway and surrounding areas. Choose from roses, lilies, tulips, orchids, carnations and more from the variety of flower arrangements in a vase, container or basket. Place your flower delivery order online of call.

Broadway Flower Shops

Flowers Galore

221 West Lee Street
Broadway, VA 22815
(540) 896-1331

Broadway VA News

Oct 15, 2020

Cynthia Jones Obituary - Harrisonburg, VA | The News Virginian - Legacy.com

Cynthia Virginia JonesJuly 27, 1949 - September 6, 2020Cynthia Virginia Jones, age 71, of Broadway, Va., went to be with our Lord and Savior on Sunday, September 6, 2020, at Sentara RMH in Harrisonburg.Mrs. Jones was born in Richmond, Virginia, on July 27, 1949. She was preceded in death by her parents, Robert Lee and Bernice Evelyn Curley. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a sister, Roberta Lawrence and two husbands, Jerry Pannell and Larry Jones.She is survived by three sisters, Rose Mary Collins, Patricia Jones (Donnie), and Judy Turner (Larry). She also leaves behind three children, Mary Dovel (Brad) of Broadway, Rob Hudgins (Dawn) of Barboursville, and Samantha Hudgins (Jimmy Chisholm) of Scottsville; 11 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren; an aunt, Ruth Jenkins, and a multitude of nieces, nephews, cousins and many close friends.Through the years Mrs. Jones worked in the hospitality industry and before moving from Charlottesville Virginia. Mrs. Jones was employed as a Unit Secretary at the University of Virginia Medical Center. Memorial serv...

Feb 27, 2020

Kirsten Gillibrand campaign spent $57,000 on flowers - New York Post

Virgin Islands, and a $300 charge to New York’s Playwrights Horizon Theater for “research.” Gillibrand reps said the Broadway charge was to send a staffer to watch “The True” — a play about Gillibrand’s grandmother. “These are routine campaign expenses compiled over a decade: campaign staff parking tickets, office supplies, thank you gifts for fundraising hosts, and travel costs associated with fundraising overseas,” Gillibrand spokesman Evan Lukaske told The Post. But a source close to the legislator said, “It doesn’t exactly look good.” The spending is in stark contrast to Gillibrand’s senior, and apparently more austere, colleague, Sen. Chuck Schumer. A review of FEC filings from the same time period shows the minority leader never reached into his Senate fund for unpaid parking tickets, spent a mere $1,350 on flowers and generally eschewed the finer things. Supporter gifts were more modest, such as cheesecakes from Junior’s. Schumer also has a taste for private air travel, but his bills to Air Charter Express were less than a third of Gillbrand’s — $125,000. Even if the expenditures pass legal muster, pros said they still didn’t pass the smell test. “Why visit her husband’s family? What does that have to do with campaigning? If I was a donor to Sen. Gillibrand, I would want more information,” said Larry Sabato, a political analyst and professor at the University of Virginia. “If I am going to give her money, I would like to know if it’s going to legitimate campaign purposes, and some of those don’t sound particularly legitimate to me. It may be legal but that doesn’t mean it’s within the spirit of the law.” Share this: ...

Feb 1, 2020

Obituary: Richard E. Michaud Sr. - Press Herald

Dick’s life will be held on Monday, Jan. 20, 2020 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Conroy-Tully Walker South Portland Chapel, 1024 Broadway, South Portland. Prayers will be recited at 10:15 a.m. at the Chapel on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020 followed by an 11 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Maximilian Kolbe Church, 150 Black Point Rd., Scarborough. Burial will be in the spring at Highland Memorial Cemetery, South Portland. The family wishes to extend the celebration Dick’s life following the ceremony at the Italian Heritage Center, 40 Westland Ave, Portland. To view Dick’s memorial page, or to share an online condolence, please visit www.ConroyTullyWalker.comIn lieu of flowers, please make contributions in Dick’s memory to:Maine Kidney Foundation470 Forest Ave. Suite 302Portland, ME 04101 ...

Jan 4, 2020

Winter Flower Bomb Looks to Highlight Everett Square Bus Stop - Everett Independent

Today, Dec. 18, BRT officials and Mayor DeMaria will be at the bus stop on Broadway/Chelsea to showcase the Winter Flower Bomb – another creation by Krissy Price at the bus stop based upon a palette of winter plants. Mayor DeMaria and BRT officials will hand out hot chocolate, hot cider, candy canes and other treats as they tout the benefits of BRT in Everett and beyond. “Broadway is one of Greater Boston’s highest-potential transit corridors, so it’s important that we not only prioritize but really celebrate our buses and the people who ride them,” said Mayor DeMaria. “I urge everyone who rides the bus to speak up for more improvements and BRT, and if you haven’t ridden the bus lately, you should! The experience may be a pleasant surprise.” tag. * * If you do not want to deal with the intricities of the noscript * section, delete the tag (from ... to ). On * average, the noscript tag is called from less than 1% of internet * users. */-- Adrian Gill, of Ad Hoc Industries, is serving as the creative director for the BRT initiative and said the Winter Flower Bomb will be a way to generate excitement for something that typically isn’t exciting – waiting for the bus. “We really thought the last Flower Bomb was super successful and we wanted to ty to do a winter version that could stay up longer,” he said. “The last one was only up three days because of the nature of fresh-cut flowers.

Jan 4, 2020

A new pollinator garden is building buzz in Metro Vancouver | Urbanized - Daily Hive

BC staff looking at newly planted pollinator garden/FortisBC Located at the foot of Burnaby Mountain trail on the greenspace near the intersection of Broadway and Underhill Avenue, the new garden was designed to attract and support local pollinators. According to Elle, the best time to visit the new garden will be next spring/summer when many of its plants flower. Metro Vancouver’s new pollinator garden is made up of nine different species of plants chosen specifically because pollinators are wild about them. This includes 15 vine maples and hundreds of flowering shrubs and bushes. We’re talking about red elderberry, mock orange, snowberry, thimbleberry, vine maples, Saskatoon serviceberries, yarrow, Nootka rose, and Oregon grape — all of the things a buzzing bee population might need. “This is about so much more than the honeybee. It’s about amazing biodiversity. By planting a diversity of plants, you’re going to support more of that diversity of pollinators, more of those 450 species of bees,” explains Elle. “I would like to see more organizations consider creating pollinator gardens like this when they are completing restoration work – it can really make a big difference.” Elle notes that the plants FortisBC has chosen will provide amazing habitats for pollinators, as well as the food that they need to survive and raise their offspring. “It’s really important for the functioning ecosystem and to protect the pollinators that produce the food that we eat, that the bears eat, and that the birds eat.” Hoping to do your bit to support local wild bee populations at home? You could start by planting pollinator plants like fleabane, spider flowers, foxgloves, artichokes, hollyhocks, and sunflowers. Professor Elizabeth Elle at the newly planned pollinator garden on Burnaby Mountain/FortisBC FortisBC funded the garden as a way to say thanks to the community for its patience during construction on its gas line upgrades in the area. The legacy project is part of the company’s ongoing commitment to supporting the communities it serves, and it was planted as part of s...

Nov 9, 2019

Flower shop blossoms on Broadway Street - Pamplin Media Group

Shop owner Sara Lake encouraged Long to create the arrangement herself. Long enjoyed it so much that she opted to purchase the store at 355 S. Broadway St., which will open soon as Blush & Roses Flower Shop. Long, who graduated from Estacada High School earlier this year, will host a soft opening on Friday, Nov. 1, and a grand opening on Saturday, Nov. 9. "It's been exciting to watch everything come together," she said. "It's come so far in a short time." Long's favorite flowers to work with are sunflowers, and she's eager to share her creations with customers. "It will be great looking back and seeing that I made that, and knowing someone will enjoy it as much as I enjoyed putting it together," she said. Along with flowers, the space will also be home to Naughty and Nice leather earrings and hats, Moonstruck Chocolates, decorative signs and Lake's card classes. Long, who previously worked at Planet Cup of Joe for several years, is looking forward to getting to know Blush & Roses' clients. "I love talking to customers and getting to know them," she said. Blush & Roses Flower Shop The store at 355 S. Broadway St. will host a soft opening on Friday, Nov. 1 and a grand opening on Saturday, Nov. 9. For more information about the shop, visit www.facebook.com/blushandrosesflowers Quality local journalism takes time and money, which comes, in...