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July 13, 2014

Business briefs: July 13, 1014

New floral designer

PLATTSBURGH — Plattsburgh Flower Market, located at 12 Cornelia St. and owned by Colleen and Melanie Gomes, has welcomed Karen Braun of Chazy to their floral design team.

Braun brings six years of extensive training and experience in all aspects of the floral profession. She is passionate and skilled in initial floral preparation, wedding, sympathy and custom designs. Her team approach to customer service blends well with the Plattsburgh Flower Market’s core principle of “customer first”.

Plattsburgh Flower Market is a full-service florist, open and delivering seven days a week. Braun invites all to stop by to view her floral creations and discuss their floral needs.

Plattsburgh Flower Market can be reached at 561-4488 or www.PlattsburghFlowerMarket.com.

Rotary announcements

PLATTSBURGH — The Plattsburgh Sunrise Rotary Club has unveiled the appointment of its 2014-15 Board of Directors.

They are: president, Cheryl A. Lesser; president elect, Kerry P. Taylor; treasurer, Jessica Sears; past president, Tom LaBombard; 2nd vice president, Joanne V. Knowlton; secretary, Yvonne Alterie, sergeant at arms/e-secretary, Jack Brown; and members at large, James Snook and Doug Kashorek.

The group also recently acknowledged individuals for their service to the club and the community. Last month, LaBombard recognized Bruce Grindle as the Rotarian of the Year for his years of service to Sunrise Rotary and Rotary International.

“For years, Bruce Grindle has been responsible for the club’s weekly bulletin, keeping members informed about the on goings of the club and coordinating with the different committees to ensure that their information was made available to the entire club,” LaBombard said. “During the annual Mayor’s Cup event, his boat was always in service on the lake, providing timekeeping, judging and other activities to keep the race events running smoothly. He has been present at virtually all of the club’s fundraising events, contributing heavily to making things run smoothly.”

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