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Flowers and Gifts News

Sep 14, 2016

New growers have big plans for Fred's Flowers

Debs Greenhouse out of Yellowhead County since 2009. The destination greenhouse would bring in customers from as far as Whitecourt, Hinton, Red Deer and Sherwood Park – its popularity stemming partly from its diverse stock, but also its friendly owners. Not only does the grower partner with leading horticulture company Ball to trial new annual varieties, it provides a family-friendly shopping experience. “We have four kids, so we totally get that kids can only handle so much shopping. We make sure there’s fun things for them to do,” said Foisy. The new location, only three minutes from Morinville off Highway 2, provides a great opportunity for expansion. Foisy is already in talks with Alberta Transportation about a 3,000 square-foot expansion to the west side of the greenhouse. “This facility is set up as a retail facility,” said Foisy. “What we feel is missing is a work area. We would like to set up more greenhouse space that would not be for customers. It would be a place for us to transplant and store equipment.” The expansion would also help fulfill custom orders. Debs Greenhouse is one of the only greenhouses in the province that has an online store. Planters and hanging baskets are pre-sold throughout the fall and winter and available for pickup in the spring. “It’s the way of the future,” said Foisy. The new greenhouse, which will continue to carry the Debs Greenhouse name, will partially open this fall. Foisy plans to offer classes starting in October. A schedule will be released online in the upcoming weeks, but should include classes for all age groups in areas such as painting, succulent planters and fairy gardens. Debs Greenhouse will officially open in spring 2017. (St. Albert Gazette)

Aug 15, 2016

Farmers market app offers online ordering, delivery of local fresh produce

Strausbaugh said. But the app has been slow to take off. Most of the vendors with products on the app, including Woolf Farms, Two Roasting Joes and Hinton Apiaries, said that while they're excited about the opportunity, they haven't noticed any sales stemming from Allofeed. Strausbaugh said he remains hopeful that it will be put to more use. Customers can download it free from Google Play or iTunes. Then they can select a particular market and browse products by vendor. Once an order is placed, Stausbaugh and market managers get a notification and one of them rounds up the items and then calls Postmates, an on-demand delivery service, to drop off the items to the customer. A 6 percent service fee is applied to all orders. Allofeed's delivery area includes the area north of I-70 within the I-270 outerbelt. Strausbaugh said orders should be placed before a market starts in order to ensure that day's delivery, but added a "best effort" will made for last-minute orders, depending on what vendors have left in stock. The rest will be delivered the following market day. This isn't the first app designed for farmers markets. Farmstand, a free app developed in 2012, allows users to find farmers markets across the U.S. by using the phone's GPS system and a database containing market locations and times. Another, Harvest, is a paid app developed in 2012 that acts as a guide for produce buyers to help them select the freshest food. While apps such as these help consumers find farmers markets, they don't help directly connect food to remote buyers. Those in the farm market community locally and nationally have noted the need to bridge that gap. "There is real demand for markets that connect farmers and eaters. At the same time, farmers, notoriously hesitant to take to new technologies, are coming around. Younger farmers, not surprisingly, are much more comfortable with new tech," Modern Farmer, an industry publication, reported in May 2014. "We've been trying to figure out for years how to get out products to people who can't make it down here," said Adam Schroeder, manager of Pearl Market, but that hasn't happened yet. Pearl Market's customer base comes from a quarter mile around Pearl and L... (Columbus Dispatch)

May 3, 2016

Friday's Drake Relays Results

Smyers-Jones, Kortni, Illinois, 14.01, w:1.1. 22, Dziekonska, Patrycja, Indiana State, 14.08, w:1.8. 23, Welch, Destani, Drake, 14.18, w:0.8. 24, Hinton, Kaylee, Texas Tech, 14.23, w:0.8. 25, Nelson, Courtney, Pittsburg St., 14.24, w:0.8. 26, Powell, Jocselyn, Kennesaw State, 14.26, w:1.8. 27, Flannigan, Makaila, TCU, 14.30, w:0.8. 28, Williams, Altoniece, Minnesota State, 14.31, w:0.8. 29, Williams, Arbria, Kent State, 14.45, w:1.8. 30, Taylor, Jaquel, Indiana Tech, 14.49, w:0.8. Women Long Jump Univ/Col Finals 1, Carson, Savannah, Purdue, 6.31m, w:1.5 (20-08.50). 2, Luque, Jhoanmy, Iowa State, 6.18m, w:+0.0 (20-03.50). 3, Nesmith, Amani, Texas Tech, 6.05m, w:1.7 (19-10.25). 4, Black, Jazzelena, South Dakota St., 6.04m, w:2.2 (19-09.75). 5, McCoy, Jazmin, Nebraska, 5.90m, w:1.9 (19-04.25). 5, Heck, Kari, Nebraska, 5.90m, w:0.1 (19-04.25). 7, Thomas, Jahisha, Iowa, 5.87m, w:1.1 (19-03.25). 8, Jackson, Gionna, Texas Tech, 5.85m, w:0.7 (19-02.50). 8, Latham, Viershanie, Texas Tech, 5.85m, w:1.9 (19-02.50). 10, Bell, Kayla, Drake, 5.83m, w:+0.0 (19-01.50). 11, Gray, Jordan, Kennesaw State, 5.80m, w:0.3 (19-00.50). 12, Dreimane, Dace, Eastern Michigan, 5.77m, w:2.5 (18-11.25). 13, Erickson, Roseanne, Kent State, 5.75m, w:2.6 (18-10.50). 14, Nelson, Ariane, Indiana, 5.74m, w:+0.0 (18-10). 14, Martin-Sacristan, Ana, Akron, 5.74m, w:+0.0 (18-10). 16, Forrester, Annastacia, Iowa Central CC, 5.73m, w:0.3 (18-09.75). 17, Johnson, De'Von, Kennesaw State, 5.72m, w:+0.0 (18-09.25). 18, McClain, Amanda, Illinois State, 5.62m, w:1.1 (18-05.25). 19, Johnson, Daniella, Akron, 5.60m, w:1.2 (18-04.50). 20, Flannigan, Makaila, TCU, 5.58m, w:1.6 (18-03.75). 21, Campbell, Morgan, Kennesaw State, 5.55m, w:0.9 (18-02.50). 22, Williams, Amber, Wis.-Platteville, 5.52m, w:0.5 (18-01.50). 23, Hinton, Kaylee, Texas Tech, 5.51m, w:+0.0 (18-01). 24, Howell, Aaron, Michigan, 5.42m, w:+0.0 (17-09.50). 25, Smallwood, Phoenix, Lewis, J5.42m, w:+0.0 (17-09.50). 26, Rogers, Janile, Illinois, 5.35m, w:1.5 (17-06.75). Women 4x100 Meter Relay University Preliminaries 1, Baylor (Horton, Kiana FR, Bennett, Taylor FR, ... (WGEM)

Apr 22, 2016

Alabama is no stranger to sex scandals. It just never expected one from this guy.

By Neely Tucker, Matthew Hinton AFP/Getty Images MONTGOMERY, Ala. — In the mortuary of disaster that is Alabama politics, it is important to note that Gov. Dr. Robert J. Bentley is still in charge, for now. The 74-year-old balding grandfather and star of sexy phone chats to the senior political adviser three decades his junior is accused of being at the center of a complex web of deceit, betrayal and mendacity that falls somewhere between the better parts of the Old Testament and the steamy Southern plays of Tennessee Williams. Nor is it, by any means, over. Reporters hound Bentley at his every appearance, asking about his $1,800 burner cellphones and the use of a state helicopter to pick up his forgotten wallet. “I’m the governor. And I had to have money. I had to buy something to eat,” Bentley said last Thursday by way of explanation. [The 4 most eyebrow-raising parts of the Bentley affair allegations] The state House is expected to vote next week to set up an impeachment committee, and the lieutenant govern...

Apr 22, 2016

PHOTOS: Cloudy skies turn to colorful tunes, somber memories at opening day of New Orleans Jazz Fest 2016

Apr 22, 2016 23:50 Advocate staff photo by MATTHEW HINTON--Members of the Golden Sioux, Black Seminoles, and Wild Apaches Mardi Gras Indians parade on the first day of the Jazz Fest in New Orleans, La. Friday, April 22, 2016.Advocate staff photo by MATTHEW HINTON--Donald Harrison, Jr. performs on the Congo Square stage on the first day of the Jazz Fest in New Orleans, La. Friday, April 22, 2016.Advocate photo by SOPHIA GERMER -- Early festival-goers wait outside for the gates of the Fair Grounds Race Course to open before the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, Friday April 22, 2016.Advocate photo by SOPHIA GERMER -- Sherry Hill sells Shade Organic umbrellas outside of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, Friday April 22, 2016.Advocate photo by SOPHIA GERMER -- Early festival-goers wait outside for the gates of the Fair Grounds Race Course to open before the first day of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, Friday April 22, 2016.Advocate photo by SOPHIA GERMER -- Early festival-goers lineup outside for the gates of th... (The New Orleans Advocate)

Feb 3, 2016

St. Mary's students perform for community

Avelyn Yeh, Ryan Anaclerio, Field Thurmond, John Donaldson, Trey Ryan, Jordan Flowers, Alex Velarde, Lily Timmerman, Bryan Malyszek and Reid Hinton; kneeling, from left, are, Nidhi Bathina, Abbey Miller, Kinsee Smith, Khaylon Coleman , Gabe Williams, Owen Garrett and Lindsey Barber; sitting, from left, are Cait Runnels, Emerson Lee, Abbie Theobald, Anna Dingfelder, Rose Thomas and Adrianna Ashley. During St. Mary’s annual performance of “We Need Trees,” the school took the show on the road to perform for community members at several local facilities. The fast-paced skit features a cast of 27 second-graders who represent trees of all seasons, Johnny Appleseed and Mother Nature. Throughout the performance, the characters capture the value of conservation and recycling, and communicate these values to the audience. “The costumes are all handmade by Mrs. DalSanto, one of the second-grade teachers,” said Peggy Wertz, principal of St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic School. “The skit contains a wonderful message about the importance of tree conservation, recycling, and reminds us of the gifts trees offer each season.” The students took their performance to two preschools and two assisted living and nursing home facil... (Aiken Standard)


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