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Monthly Archives: May 2013

  • Winner of our $100 Gift Voucher.

     

    A BIG CONGRATULATIONS  to Jan at Gibbens Industries on being the winner of our draw. Gibbens Industries has over 65 years of spring making experience, with a worldwide client base! They custom manufacture springs, wire forms and stampings using some of today's most sophisticated manufacturing techniques and machinery available. Gibbens Industries is one of Australias largest worldwide exporters, with clients in Mexico, Singapore, China, Europe, England and USA.

    If you would like to find out more about Gibbens Industries Click Here.

    The team at Boydita Flowers Delivered would like to say thank you to everyone that took the time to fill out our survey. We had a huge response and we appreciate all the feedback.

     

  • Wyoming Hockey Club

    Wyoming Hockey Club was first formed in 1975, they started off with men's hockey but now they have ladies and junior teams as well. This club is family based with strong family and sporting values.

    We have in the past helped them out with fundraising and again we have taken the opportunity to help with donating to the upcoming Trivia Night they club have organised for mid July to help them raise funds for the club which helps them with reducing fees each year, provide some assistance to their juniors and seniors who play representative hockey and also the end of year presentation costs is kept lower per family.

    If you would like to find out more about Wyoming Hockey Club Click Here

     

  • Trailfinders Australian Garden takes out best in show!!

     

    Trailfinders Australian Garden by Fleming's took out the award for Best Show Garden at the 2013 RHS Chelsea Flower Show which is one of the most prestigious flower show in the world. No other Australian entry has ever won best in show before and to top this great win off it is the 100th year of the show.

    If you would like to find out more about the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and the Best Show Garden-Click Here.

  • Welcome Back Cassie!

     

    Lyn and The Team at Boydita Flowers Delivered would like to welcome back to the Boydita Team Cassie Walker.Cassie moved away to Melbourne four years ago. During this time Cassie worked at Interflora Head Office for over two years and expanded her skills in social media, marketing and publicity, working with high calibre businesses and brands. Cassie has returned to her home town of the Central Coast and bringing these skillsand experience to Boydita Flowers Delivered.

  • Australia's Biggest Morning Tea.

     

    Jill McAllister is a lovely customer of ours and a lady that has for the past 18 years been hosting for the Cancer Council of Australia, the Biggest Morning Tea at her home. We have in the past supported this cause for her and again this year we have lent a hand with helping Jill raise much needed funds to assist in the research and hopefully a cure for this disease. Jill has been very loyal  and we commend her commitment towards this great cause.

    We wish Jill all the luck this coming Sunday 26th May for her Biggest Morning Tea 2013.

     

  • Pine Needles-Relay For Life.

    We would like to congratulate Pine Needles on raising $528.00 for Relay For Life with their Mother's Day Raffle. The Mother's Day Raffle was Pine Needles first event for the year so they are off to a great start.

    We are happy we could contribute in helping them for this great cause.

  • Chrysanthemum

    Did you know that the name Chrysanthemum comes from two Greek words " Chrysos meaning gold and "anthos" meaning flower?
    The genus chrysanthemum is a large one, having both ornamental and also economic value. These flowers vary greatly in form, size and colour and can be grown in many climates.
    The origin of the chrysanthemum is actually Asia and the native habitat of the plants is Northern China,Mongolia,Korea and later Japan.
    Chrysanthemum buds should open in the vase if a floral preservative is used. Its best to buy chrysanthemum's where at least half the flowers are open. NEVER NEVER smash,crush or split the stems of Chrysanthemums or other woody stem flowers such as Proteas or Roses.This damages the stems and hinders the water uptake, meaning the flowers will wilt more quickly, keep them out of draughts and sunlight.

  • Mercy Orphanage.

     

    Mercy Orphanage, in Senapati, Manipur, India was opened by retired East Gosford school teacher Glenda Ikundi in 2008, with 5 children. Today the Orphanage has grown to 20 children who are aged between 5 and 14 years. These children have lost the support of their parents due to poverty and drug addiction.

    The Orphanage is managed by a local husband and wife team, Khole and Danai Taoh who receive frequent visits from Glenda. Colleen McLean is also a lifelong contributor to the Orphanage and keeps everyone up to date with newsletters. 100% of donations go directly to the Orphanage's needs, there are no administrative costs.

    In April 2013 the new girls' dormitory was opened, and now they are currently raising money for a boys' dormitory. There are also ongoing cost of $AUD27 per child per month. Mercy Orphanage operates a farm which partially provides for the children's food requirements. The Orphanage also funds village children's education and local business opportunities.

    We were eager to make sure that we support this cause for the children of Manipur, India and help them achieve the goal of a boys' dormitory for the Mercy Orphanage.

     

     

  • Kariong Neighborhood Centre

    Kariong Out of School Hours Care, situated on the NSW Central Coast, supports our local and surrounding families by running an Out of Hours Care & Vacation Care Program. They schedule a variety of activities to enrich experiences for the children.
    Kariong Neighbourhood Centre is a community hub for kariong and surrounding areas in the Central Coast Hinterland. The Centre was built for the community in 1988.
    We are happy to support our local community in any way we can and we have had the opportunity to help contribute to a lovely cause to help local families.
    If  you are interested in finding out more on Kariong Neighbourhood Centre and the programs they run click here.
  • Brighten Someone's Day

    This winter/ spring we have a beautiful new range 'Brighten Someone's Day'.
    Leave a lasting impression with flowers for that special someone.

    Click here to view our full range.

    Click here to shop online.

     

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