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Jun 19, 2020

Irvine vigil for George Floyd: candles, flowers and silence for 8 minutes, 46 seconds - OCRegister

San Juan Capistrano, was among the attendees Thursday. “I’m not working today and I just can’t sit still.” Near the vigil, some Woodbridge High School graduates – wearing their red caps and gowns – were taking photos under colorful bougainvillea and reflecting on the moment. “I went to my first protest ever two days ago,” said Leah Hoffpauer. “It’s strange to be graduating during this time.” Fellow Woodbridge graduate Tiffany Nguyen said: “This is a big milestone in our lives, but what is happening right now is a much bigger milestone in history. It’s surreal to be graduating with social injustice and protest as our backdrop.” Woodbridge High students Tiffany Nguyen, Leah Hoffpauer, Andrea de la Cruz and Hannah Cooper were taking graduation photos in Irvine, near a temporary shrine that went up in honor of George Floyd on Thursday, June 4, 2020. It’s a strange time to celebrate their graduation, they said. “I feel like we want to celebrate, but it’s hard,” de la Cruz said. In Minneapolis, Floyd was eulogized Thursday during a service that was televised live to a global audience and featured celebrities, members of Congress and civil rights leaders. Across Orange County, at least five demonstrations and vigils were scheduled for Thursday, as protests continue across the nation in the wake of Floyd’s death while in police custody May 25. Four Minneapolis police officers, all fired from their jobs, now face charges after one of them knelt on Floyd’s neck for almost nine minutes while the other three looked on. Two autopsies concluded that Floyd’s heart stopped beating during the police restraint and compression of his neck. The officer’s knee on Floyd’s neck is a metaphor for the black community’s experience, the Rev. Al Sharpton said during Thursday’s memorial service in Minneapolis. “The reason we could never be who we wanted to be and dreamed of being is you kept your knee on our neck,” Sharpton said. “It’s time for us to stand up in George’s name and say, ‘Get your knee off our necks.’” ...

Mar 19, 2020

Garden Club to Host “Secret Gardens of Woodbridge” - Woodbridge Town News

On Friday, June 5, The Garden Club of Woodbridge will host Secret Gardens of Woodbridge, a one-day garden tour of eight beautiful and unique properties. The featured gardens include a few of historical significance, two of which are anchored by outstanding Notable Trees of Connecticut. Of these properties, one is extensively documented in the Smithsonian’s archives. A lovely sprawling pollinator garden filled with native plantings is also open for an inspiring visit. Other gardens include lovely water elements with sweeping lawns and flower beds, a peaceful Shakespeare Garden, various themed garden rooms, vegetable and kitchen gardens as well as rose gardens. The tour is rounded out by a spectacular and playful garden designed and tended to by a gifted and talented Master Gardener and State Flower Show Judge. The day promises to be enjoyable and inspiring for all. The tour will be the major fundraiser for The Garden Club of Woodbridge. The club’s many civic activities include the upkeep of three gardens around town, a horticulture therapy program for memory impaired residents at Coachman...

Nov 9, 2019

Garden Club of Woodbridge Hosts Garden Club of Orange -

Neighbor News Garden Club of Woodbridge October 15 Meeting By Angela Bradley, Neighbor Nov 7, 2019 11:08 am ET {{ replyButtonLabel }} Reply The Garden Club of Woodbridge hosted the Garden Club of Orange on October 15. There was a full house as guest speaker Stephanie Fusco of Terri's Flower Shop in Naugatuck created designs for the four seasons. Orange and pink "Free Spirit" roses, yellow mums, kangaroo paw, seeded eucalyptus (to give texture) and alstroemeria were used in the designs. Stephanie used dried, curly willow branches to make a trellis for the summer design, and showed the group how to make a tied floral bouquet by adding flowers at a 45 degree angle to keep the design balanced. Club members entered a raffle to take home Terri's designs. Shown in the photo behind Stephanie's designs are Joanne D'Angelo, p...

Sep 19, 2019

Barany In the Garden: Showy shrub hibiscus is a summertime treat - Yakima Herald-Republic

Blue Bird (blue-violet, maroon center)• Red Heart (white, red center)• White Chiffon (white, double) • William R. Smith (white, single)• Woodbridge (deep pink) ...

Jun 14, 2018

Suffolk pig farm hopes flowers will feed bumblebees

Paul and Mark Hayward raise 500 pigs for the restaurant trade on Dingley Dell farm near Woodbridge.Habitat loss is one reason why UK bumblebee numbers have declined. The Haywards hope they will achieve their goal after trebling their pollinator-attracting planting to 33 hectares (81 acres).Paul Hayward said: "If you have diversity, the insects, bees, mammals and birds will follow." The farm uses a seed mix of phacelia, sainfoin, birds-foot trefoil, alsike clover, musk mallow, campium and vetch.The brothers decided to increase their planting as a result of the interest shown by chefs during farm tours. Mark Hayward said: "Two or three years ago, we realised they didn't just want to talk to us about the welfare of our pigs, but were excited about our pollen mixes and wild bird covers."Essex butcher Direct Meats, which sells their meat, offered financial support for the plan. The farm developed a rotational system for its pork production which allows it to grow both grass and wildflower mixes.Two species of bumblebee became extinct in the UK in the 20th Century, and a further eight are on conser...


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