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Nov 9, 2019

Letters to the Editor: Colonial Lake's plants are in flower - Charleston Post Courier

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Oct 10, 2019

Dorothy M. Veselsky, 88, Former Longtime Englewood Resident Dies - Englewood, NJ Patch

She spent her post-retirement years as a school nurse at Bergen Catholic High School in Oradell. Beloved wife to the late Rudolph "Rudy" Veselsky. Devoted mother to Linda Breen and her husband John; Randy Veselsky and Anne Veselsky; Ronald Veselsky and his wife Marlene; Susan Kneller and her husband Sheldon. Loving grandmother and great-grandmother to Julie McGreevy and her husband Stephen, and their children Emily and Lucy; Sarah Hill and her husband Russell; Rashida Isigi; Tara Muhonja Veselsky and her husband Lisandro, and Tara's children Lilianna, Jacob, and Alexander; Brielle Zahn and her husband Robert, and their children Nikolaj, Lunete, and Beatrix; Dale Veselsky; Ryan Veselsky; and Michael. Adored sister to the late John Peters and his wife Phyllis. In lieu of flowers, donations in her name may be made to the Holy Name Healthcare Foundation, 718 Teaneck Road, Teaneck nj 07666. Email: ...

May 3, 2016

10 experiences you can treat mom to for Mother's Day

Many of the dishes they teach their students to make are incredibly unique, such as papparadelle pasta with zuchinni ribbons and pesto sauce made from scratch. The Gourmet Warehouse is another cooking school in Vancouver known to have passionate instructors and menus inspired from all over the globe. 6. Go zip-lining together in Whistler Do you have an adventurous Mom? Take her on an adventure she won’t forget. Drive her up to Whistler and book a zip-lining excursion with Super Fly Ziplines. They also have a gorgeous tree top adventure which you could do with Mom as well. This is the type of spectacular activity you don’t experience very often, so it’s perfect for a special occasion such as Mother’s Day. 7. High tea Neverland Tea Salon, Secret Garden Tea Company, and the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver are all adorable spots to take Mom for high tea. Mini delicacies, fancy fruits, and gourmet tea are perfect ingredients for achieving a memorable and extravagant outing. Not only will the two of you share delicious and beautifully arranged tea, but you’ll also have an opportunity to catch up and spend some quality time together. 8. Gardening together Help Mom beautify her garden by organizing a gardening day with her. Order some wildflower seeds from West Coast Seeds and offer to help her plant and arrange the seeds. Wildflowers are a great choice because they’re colorful and fun to arrange in a garden, but you can choose anything you like based on your Mom’s personal preferences and style. 9. Go on a scenic hike and pack a picnic for the top Buy some gourmet ingredients for a picnic such as smoked salmon, wine and cheese, and take her on a scenic hike where you can enjoy that picnic at the top with a beautiful view to look at while you eat. A gorgeous hike perfect for a picnic at the top is the Lighthouse Park trail in West Vancouver. You’d be enjoying your picnic with a view of the ocean and a lighthouse. You can choose a hike of your liking on Vancouver Trails. The website will let you know whether or not the hike you’ve chosen is currently open, and how lengthy or difficult of a hike it is. 10. Vancouver Art Gallery followed by dinner at the Gallery Cafe The Vancouver Art Gallery’ s current exhibit is MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture and it’s a fantastic exhibit to see. After seeing the art exhibit and soaking up some culture with Mom, take her for dinner at the Gallery Cafe. The cafe’s adorable outdoor seating amongst colourful flowers and lush greenery makes for the perfect Mother’s Day dinner. (Vancity Buzz)

Feb 3, 2016

Lois June Abrams-Patterson…June 14, 1936 – January 28, 2016

Husband Frank Donald Patterson, sister Rita Lorraine Abrams-Schwarzenbach, brother Harry Loren Abrams, sister Sharon Dee Abrams, and sibling Phyllis Adella Woodcock-Dunsmoor. Lois is survived by her sons Louis (Patty) of Burns Flat, Oklahoma and Don (Cindy) of Burlington, Iowa., brother Ted (Barbra) Abrams of Fuquay Varina, North Carolina, and sibling Helen Joyce Woodcock-Abrams of Lamar, Colorado. Nieces and nephews include: Mike Abrams of Denver, Colorado, Lynette Abrams of Lamar, Colorado, Lori Abrams-Morlan of Eads, Colorado, Dallas Abrams of Lamar, Colorado, Lynn Schwarzenbach of Tampa, Florida, Vicki Schwarzenbach of Tampa, Florida, Carla Sue (Doug) Goodrich of Thornton, Colorado, Dennis Wade (Sharlene) Schneiderwent of Denver, Colorado, Jefry Jon Mumford (Roice) of Lamar, Colorado, Bethany Abrams-Temple of Raleigh, North Carolina, Luke Abrams of London, England, Alanna Abrams of Seattle, Washington, and Sarah Abrams-Schnierer of Seattle, Washington. Grandchildren are: Jacob (Jen) Patterson, Amanda (Don) Patterson-Anderson and Preston (Tiffany) Patterson. Great-Grandchildren are:  Joseph Patterson, Joshua Patterson and Donald Anderson. Lois worked as a business manager and later for the school district before dedicating herself to provide care for her father through the cancer treatments of his final years. Lois went on to make full proof of her ministry on the domestic mission field, delivering kindness and the Gospel message around southeastern Colorado and southwestern Kansas.  A prayer warrior, Lois worshipped with communities of faith in Lamar, Colorado, Minter, Kansas, and surrounding areas, including Hugoton, where Lois was active in the Friday Night Praise and Worship Fellowship. Grieving the loss of our beloved, the family appreciates your prayers for comfort and peace. Lois is interred at the Kansas Veterans’ Cemetery at Fort Dodge, near Dodge City, KS.  In lieu of flowers, to honor Lois please donate to your local church or to Friday Night Praise and Worship Fellowship, P.O. Box 445, Hugoton, KS 67951. (The Prowers Journal)

Feb 3, 2016

Wintertime white wine beckons

Bordeaux wines you'll find on shelves are made of some combination of sémillon, which enriches the wine with honeyed aromas and flavors, muscadelle and sauvignon blanc. Don't be mistaken: These are a warm departure from the green and zippy sauvignon blancs you drink at the beach. Good white Bordeaux is rich and concentrated yet elegant, herbaceous and citrusy, and incredibly food-friendly. Then there's the full-bodied, fruit-forward grape from Spain called godello, which offers incredible value. And don't forget about the aromatic, floral varieties from Greece — grapes like malagouzia, moschofilero and vidiano — which make compelling wines that taste like vacation in a bottle. You may not be able to hop on a plane in the middle of a blizzard and escape to somewhere warm, but with a sip of that Greek white, you're practically there. Most important, make sure not to serve these winter whites straight out of the fridge. You don't need a white wine to be icy cold, especially when it already is outside. Let the bottle sit for 30 minutes or so on the counter so that it's cool, but not cold. Too much chill masks the beautiful aromas and richness these wines have to offer. At the right temperature, any of these wines are a great choice as we navigate this winter of ours. WINE RECOMMENDATIONS Chateau Villa Bel-Air Blanc 2013Origin/Price: Graves, France/$20The details: Fennel and dried herbs on the nose, with caramelized grapefruit and pineapple flavors and a long, rich finish. A serious winter wine for summertime sauvignon blanclovers, make this wine your introduction to white Bordeaux. Made from 65 percent sauvignon blanc and 35 percent semillon grapes. Kellerei-Cantina Andrian Gewürztraminer 2014Origin/Price: Alto Adige, Italy/$23The details: A beautiful and classic example of gewürztraminer. Lively and perfume-like, with rose petal, exotic fruits, a hint of nutmeg and a tickle of minerality on the finish. Inama Vin Soave Classico 2014Origin/Price: Soave, Italy/$12The details: Full-bodied, with aromas of wildflowers and hints of almond on the palate and deep, satisfying minerality on the finish. Excellent food wine, especially with winter risottos and creamy pastas, and a great way to introduce pinot grigio drinkers to something more complex. Ladera Sagrada Castelo do Papa Godello 2014Origin/Price: Valdeorras, Spain/$13The details: Full-bodied and fruit-forward, this textbook expression of godello is drinkable and juicy, with aromas of pear and fresh ginger, creamy texture and a smooth finish. A beautiful match to spicier foods or nutty-flavored cheeses.Jean-Luc Colombo Les Abeilles de Colombo Côtes du Rhône Blanc 2014Origin/Price: Rhône Valley, France/$13The details: Smells of pressed flowers and dried herbs, with flavorsof Golden Delicious apples, lime zest and a touch of vanilla. A great value white for winter. Made from 80 percent clairette and 20 percent roussanne grapes. Alpha Estate Malagouzia Turtles Vineyard 2013Origin/Price: Florina, Greece/$16The details: Made from malagouzia, a white grape indigenous to Greece, this wine is super floral and vibrant, with pear flavors and savory hints of herbs and spices. Full-bodied yet still fresh, and finishes elegantly. (

Feb 3, 2016

Esther Simmons Parsons

Pallbearers Rand Parsons, Tony Parsons, David Cumbie, Mark Ross, Ken Thompson, Terry Tucker, Kyle Parsons, and Jim Taylor. Honorary pallbearers Ladelle and Hellen Smith, Milden Chapman, Church Street Church of Christ Auditorium Class and Class 13, and nieces and nephews. Special thanks to Dr. Ben Gardner and staff and the entire staff at The Bridge Assisted Living. In lieu of flowers, the family request is to make donations to the Diana Singing C/O Jack Parks, 2506 Nancy Green Ridge Road, Prospect, TN, 38477 or Cancer Center Fund of Maury Regional Health Care Foundation in memory of Esther Parsons 1224 Trotwood Ave., Columbia, TN, 38401. London Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. (Columbia Daily Herald)