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Order flowers and gifts from Nancy Party Things & Grace Floral located in Elkton VA for a birthday, anniversary, graduation or a funeral service. The address of the flower shop is 109 S Stuart Ave, Elkton Virginia 22827 Zip. The phone number is (540) 298-2079. We are committed to offer the most accurate information about Nancy Party Things & Grace Floral in Elkton VA. Please contact us if this listing needs to be updated. Nancy Party Things & Grace Floral delivers fresh flowers – order today.

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Nancy Party Things & Grace Floral
Address:
109 S Stuart Ave
City:
Elkton
State:
Virginia
Zip Code:
22827
Phone number:
(540) 298-2079
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Oct 15, 2020

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

Medical Center. Memorial services will be held on Saturday, October 10, 2020, at 2 p.m., at King's Harbor Christian Fellowship, 611 Gibbons Ave., Elkton, VA 22827.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to RMH Foundation Palliative Care, 2010 Health Campus Drive Harrisonburg, VA 22801.Condolences may be shared at kygers.com, you can also share condolences on her Facebook account: Cindi Jones.Published by The News Virginian on Sep. 22, 2020.

Mar 2, 2017

News of Record for Friday, Feb. 3, 2017

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)

Nov 3, 2016

In Wilmington, Dover or Rehoboth on Saturday? Don't drive drunk

Delaware, Flowers said. STORY: Gunfire at Elkton, Md., motel shuts Pulaski Highway STORY: 36 Halloween bashes in Delaware More than a third of all fatal crashes involve an impaired driver. Officers will conduct the checkpoints in Wilmington, Bear, Dover, Rehoboth Beach and Seaford.  The five DUI checkpoints will occur on Saturday: two each in New Castle and Sussex counties and one in Kent County.  Past locations of checkpoints, according to the user-contributed website www.duiblock.com, included Kirkwood Street and Del. 10 in Dover, US 40 and US 301 in Newark, Long Neck Road in Millsboro, Coastal Highway in Rehoboth Beach, and Elkton Road and Telegraph Road in Wilmington. DUI multiple-time losers: Child in car when Delaware man stopped for 12th DUI Driver in fatal pedestrian crash charged with 3rd DUI Sixth DUI, marijuana lands Millsboro man behind bars Elsmere man charged with seventh DUI after crash The Office of Highway Safety revised its 15-year-old Checkpoint Strikeforce effort in July to become more effective, officials added. "To better allocate our resources, we changed the [Checkpoint Strikeforce] model by conducting multiple statewide checkpoints on select nights," said Jana Simpler, Office of Highway Safety director. "This is helping ensure that impaired drivers are removed from our roadways and everyone arrives to their destination safely." What are your rights when arriving at a police checkpoint Here is some information regarding police checkpoints, from findlaw.com Two previous checkpoints that used the revised model this year yielded 28 drunk driving arrests. July's checkpoints garnered three arrests in New Castle County, one arrest in Kent and seven in Sussex County. September's event yielded seven arrests in New Castle County, four in Kent County and six in Sussex. Contact Esteban Parra at (302) 324-2299, eparra@delawareonline.com or Twitter @eparra3. Read or Share this story: http://delonline.us/2fcu4Z8 ... (The News Journal)

Sep 28, 2016

Beverly Jean Beal

Todd; her brothers David and Ken Adams; and many nieces and nephews who adored "Aunt Bev." She was born in Monroe, WA, and grew up in Reedsport and Elkton, where she enjoyed swimming, cheerleading, horseback riding and volleyball. She graduated in 1958, and attended Pacific Business College in Portland. She married her high school sweetheart, Ralph, on August 22, 1959. Together they owned and operated the Roseburg and Winston Dairy Queens, and had such success that they were able to retire early, travel the west coast and winter in Arizona together. She grew up in a family of motor enthusiasts, and enjoyed her sports cars and motorcycles, but was also known for her beautiful artistic crafts and her efforts in the community as a chaplain in the Women of the Moose, Lodge 1057. A memorial service and celebration of Beverly's life will be held at Wilson's Chapel of Roses in Roseburg, on Saturday, October 1, 2016, at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, Beverly's family invites you to donate to the American Diabetes Association. Please visit Bev’s website at www.wilsonschapeloftherosesfh.com to leave fond memories and condolences. (NRToday.com)

Apr 22, 2016

Junior Ranger Day Saturday in the Shenandoah

Shenandoah National Park.” In the southern section of the park, south of Elkton, multiple local, state and national crews 301-people strong worked to extinguish the Rocky Mount wildfire that by Friday had grown to nearly 8,000 acres. According to the latest incident report Friday morning, 40 percent of its perimeter had been contained. "With the changing and variable winds Thursday, crews picked up multiple fire spots, catching and containing all of them including a spot that jumped Skyline Drive," according to the Friday incident report. "The flame lengths, which have been 3 to 4 feet are now anticipated to be in the 6-inch to one-foot range unless influenced by wind over the next couple of operation periods, but dependent on rainfall. This is creating a window of opportunity for fire resources to more effectively contain and expand mop up operations today." The fire team urged the public to keep drones out of the area because whenever one is spotted, fire aircraft have to be grounded. A temporary flight restriction had been created for the Rocky Mount Fire on Friday. Rain was expected in the area Friday. "Smoke production by the fire is anticipated to be lighter than earlier days and will be blowing to the northeast of the fire switching to the southeast, towards Charlottesville by late afternoon," according to Friday's incident report. A rental cabin and 14 trail and fire roads had been closed by the fire which came within 100 yards of another structure, park spokeswoman Sally Hurlbert told the Associated Press. She said the largest fire in the park’s history scorched more than 23,000 acres in 2000. New trail closures, as of Friday, included those at Furnace Mountain, Trayfoot Mountain, Jones Run, Doyle’s River and the Appalachian Trail Blackrock Hut while Skyline Drive closures have been extended southward to Blackrock Gap Road at mile marker 87.5. Hulbert told the Star-Exponent Wednesday that all of their efforts were concentrated on fighting the fire safely, protecting structures and keeping the fire within the park. “After the fire is out, we’ll go in and evaluate the fire impacts to the vegetation,” she said. The blaze is burning in mountain laurel, pine and oak forests with heavier than average leaf litter and duff. Gracie Hart Brooks writes for the Madison County Eagle. (The Daily Progress)

Apr 22, 2016

What's Happening This Week

For details call 443-252-1141. CELEBRATE EARTH DAY, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Fair Hill NRMA: Covered Bridge Parking Lot, Fair Hill NRMA, 300 Tawes Drive, Elkton. Join the naturalist at our new Nature Play Space. Be among the first to get a tour of the space and then get your hands dirty as you help us plant native plants to enhance pollinator habitat. Registration required, no charge for program, but daily service fees are in effect. 410-398-1246 BE THE CHANGE: CELEBRATION OF EARTH DAY, multiple locations on campus, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Harford Community College, 401 Thomas Run Rd., Bel Air. FARMERS MARKET, 2 to 6 p.m. at Town of Elkton Farmers Market, corner of Bow and Howard streets in Elkton. Families can now purchase fresh vegetables, eggs, jams, jellies, award-winning salsa, soaps and baked goods directly from the growers and producers. Open 2 to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 8 am. to 12 p.m. Saturday. The market will run from April through October. THE LIST TRI-STATE STREET CAR CHALLENGE RACES, gates open at 5 p.m., Cecil County Dragway, 1916 Theodore Rd., Rising Sun. Come out and enjoy this race that operates much the same way as the 405’s List works only on a real race track with legit street cars. For details visit www.cecilcountydragway.com SPAGHETTI DINNER, time to be announced, Havre de Grace United Methodist Church, 101 S. Union Ave., in the social hall. 5th ANNUAL TASTE OF CHEER, 5-8 p.m., Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce, at American Legion Bernard L. Tobin Post 128, 44 N. Parke St., Aberdeen, tickets at www.aberdeencc.com. POETRY AND CREATIVE WRITING READING, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at The Palette & The Page, 120 E. Main St., Elkton. For the first year ever we welcome the winners of the Cecil College’s Creative Writing Prize. Scheduled readers and open mic night. Free. Readers and listeners welcome. EARTH DAY NIGHT HIKE, 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Fair Hill NRMA: Gallah... (Cecil Whig)

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