Florists in Colfax, WA
Find local Colfax, Washington florists below that deliver beautiful flowers to residences, business, funeral homes and hospitals in Colfax 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.
Colfax Flower Shops
108 E Wawawai St
Colfax, WA 99111
632 North Main Street
Colfax, WA 99111
Colfax WA News
Nov 9, 2019
'Floral Reverie' is expressionistic rendition of beauty from garden - Highlands Ranch Herald
Her new exhibit, “Floral Reverie,” is open at CORE New Art Space at the longtime gallery’s new location, 6851 W. Colfax Ave., Lakewood. Also exhibited: “Night Circus,” works by assemblage artist Michelle Lamb (of Littleton) and painter Claudia Roullier. Hours: Fridays, 5 to 10 p.m.; Saturdays and Sundays, noon to 5 p.m. 303-297-8428, coreartspace.com.
Reminder: History Camp Colorado
History Camp Colorado is scheduled at Arapahoe Community College, 5900 S. Santa Fe Drive in Littleton, starting at 9 a.m. on Nov. 2, presenting a great variety of speakers and topics. They include local historian Jack Ballard speaking about “The Amazing Ivy Baldwin” (look him up!); Historic Littleton Inc.’s president Gail Keeley’s account of “The Real Yellow Brick Road — Denver’s Brick Sewers;” Flo Tonelli and Char Nauman on “The Treasures of Roxborough”; Elsa Wolff on “Annie Oakley, Setting the Record Straight”; and much more. Lectures run all day; lunch is included and Historic Littleton Inc. members will conduct a walking tour of downtown Littleton’s historic Main Street. To register: HistoryCamp.org/Colorado. ($45 plus $2.35).
Grapes & Hops to Grads
Arapahoe Community College Foundation holds its 10th Anniversary Bash from 6:30 to 9 ... Sep 7, 2016
Florists' credit union finds niche
Railway Employees Credit Union was founded to serve a core group of employees, in this case, employees of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe. Ditto for Colfax School Employees Credit Union in Raton — the smallest of them all — with just 170 members and $300,000 in assets. The “office” is located in a filing cabinet behind CEO Carolyn Hestand’s desk at Raton High School, where she is also works as the district’s special education secretary.
Without credit unions like Colfax, a lot of working people in the state’s smaller communities would not have access to credit or financial services, said Hestand. Many members are retirees.
“They like the way we do business,” said Hestand of loans for cars, horse trailers and vacations.
Florist FCU has $8 million in assets, said Kenn Bell, president of the credit union, the only one chartered in the U.S. to serve the floral industry. “What makes us unique as a small credit union is we know more members by name, their stories, their challenges,” said Bell, whose three-person staff wears a lot of hats. “I know over half our members and can recognize their voices (on the phone),” he said.
Members tend to be low- to middle-income earners, Bell said. They are designers and drivers, often single parents or the sole bread winner in their families. “As such, many often don’t have great credit scores, so we have had to change up our model for lending,” said Bell.
Services important to members are remote deposit capture, mobile banking and access to an ATM service through the Illinois Credit Union League because it’s very focused on serving the needs of small credit unions.
“We have a very robust ACA (Automated Clearing House) program with another vendor,” said Bell. “We are an $8 million credit union, but we send and receive about $16 million in transfers each year,” said Bell.
Started in 1955, Belen Railway Credit Union has outgrown the living room of one of its founders and several other locations to serve its 2,000 members, which include railroaders and their families as well as vendors serving the industry.
Automated banking is very important to railroaders, since many are out of town a lot, said Gerry Troyer, CEO and president of the seven-employee credit union with $28 million in assets.
“If a smaller credit union can find a niche and a purpose, you are going to be OK. But you’ve got to find that niche,” Troyer said.
(Albuquerque Journal)Apr 28, 2016
Jessica L'Whor Brings the Thirteen Freshest Faces of Denver Drag to One Stage Saturday
Get down with the Thirteen Freshest Faces of Denver Drag at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, April 30, at Charlie’s, 900 East Colfax Avenue. The show is 21+ with a $5 cover; find more info at a href="http://www.charli... (Westword)Jan 8, 2016
Beverly 'Bev' M. Bridges
PTA in Altoona.
Bev is survived by her four children, Randy Bridges of Altoona, Vicki (Barry) Rice of Colfax, Mark (Nancy) Bridges of Eau Claire, and Jami (Greg) Kotecki of Eau Claire; eight grandchildren, Angela (Mike) Kalina, Christopher (Josefa Mellor) Bridges, Kaycee (Michael) Aplington, Kaitlin (Justin Faldet) Bridges, Amanda (Mike Hencley) Bridges, Andrew (Kim) Kotecki, Nicholas (Teresa Kasper) Kotecki, and Megan (Ty) Fadness; five great-grandchildren, Liam Kotecki, Emma Kalina, Marley Bridges, Jax Fadness and Henry Kalina; her special sister-in-law, Jean Bridges; and many other relatives.
Bev is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Peter; her infant brother, James; and her infant great-grandson, Wyatt.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2016, at St. Olaf Catholic Church, 3220 Monroe St,, Eau Claire, with Father Paul Hoffman officiating. Visitation will be one hour prior to services at the church. Entombment will be at Calvary Cemetery, Resurrection Mausoleum, in Eau Claire.
The family would like to thank Teri and the staff and residents at Heatherwood Assisted Living in Eau Claire, Shayla of St. Croix Hospice, and Linda (RN) on the 8th floor at Sacred Heart Hospital.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to St. Olaf’s Catholic Church.
To express condolences online please visit www.leKmartnmarkfh.com.
(Chippewa Herald)Jan 8, 2016
Fairfax County home sales
Knight Financial Services. For information about other residential real estate transactions, visit washingtonpost.com/homesales.
Colfax Ave., 5925-Scott L. Berg to Adelaido Godinez III, $733,000.
ALEXANDRIA-BELLE VIEW AREA
Boulevard Vw., 6512, No. A1-Pamela R. Walter to Stephen Lucas, $252,000.
Fort Hunt Rd., 7303-Mark J. Schuermann and Jessica E. Battaglia to David and Diana J. Tersak, $730,000.
Marlan Dr., 7117-Jack V. Cohen to David T. Sanders, $705,000.
Wakefield Dr., 6631, No. 409-Denise W. Davis to Linda K. Odell, $250,000.
Woodmont Rd., 6035-David P. Bohnen to Eric M. Parekh, $775,000.
Apple Tree Dr., 4507-Songdade and Naparat Nimjarensuk to Jose J. Perez, $370,000.
Austin Ave., 3527-Kathryn Romelotti to Rebecca Stevenson and Rafael A. Ramirez, $375,000.
Berkshire Dr., 6603-Angela Elizabeth Blake Moore to Zully J. Lozano, $353,000.
Blanford Ct., 7529-Jennifer L. James to Jaroslav Vanek, $419,000.
Bush Hill Dr., 5778-James L. Campbell to William L. Guthrie III, $945,000.
Castlefin Way, 6436-Monim Syed to Aliya Mahmood, $495,000.
Coachleigh Way, 6543-Steven L. Ross to Nunu G. Daba, $359,000.
Curtier Dr., 6023F, No. F-Russell A. and Anne M. Belicek to Kathleen A. Reedy, $300,000.
Dogue Forest Ct.Nov 16, 2015
City Floral's Fall Festival
There’s a lot to do and learn with fun and prizes all weekend. Join us at City Floral, 1440 Kearney Street, at Krameria and Colfax. Phone 303 399-1177.
Festival participant s include Silken Suri Alpaca Ranch with Cody, The Teeny Tiny Alpaca; Colorado House Rabbit Society; Rent-a-Chicken with Jim Perry and Jann Symons; Nature’s Educators, Educational Wildlife Programs; The Real Dill Pickle Company; ColoradoPumpkins.com, Rocky Mountain Giant Vegetable Growers; and many others.
Make Your Own Scarecrow! All Day Saturday and Sunday
Materials Fee $15, Get creative and leave the mess to us to clean up!
We will supply everything you need to make an amazing scarecrow.
Straw Maze: We set up a fantastic straw maze for little feet to run through! Open all day
Saturday and Sunday. Don’t miss it!
Silken Suri Alpaca Ranch: Saturday. Pet the Alpacas and hear Cody’s remarkable story.
Colorado House Rabbit Society: Saturday. Pet a bunny and learn how to care for them.
Rent-A-Chicken: Saturday, Learn about this fun way to ease into chicken keeping.
Rentals include chickens, coop, food, spring delivery and fall pick up.
Nature’s Educators: Sunday. Meet eagles, hawks, owls and other wildlife.
Rocky Mountain Giant Vegetable Growers: Saturday and Sunday
Come see some of these enormous vegetables. Learn how to grow them and get some seeds.
Pie Cook-Off: Saturday. Enter your pie and win a cash prize. Limited to 30 entries. Rules
and Registration at www.cityfloral.com
Chili Cook-Off: Sunday. Cook up your best chili! Cash prizes for the winners. Rules and
Registration at www.cityfloral.com
The Real Dill: Saturday
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