Flowers for You celebrated its 20th anniversary on Sept. 19. There were roses given away and draws for customers to mark the milestone. Owner Carol Dunne says she plans on continuing to improve the store and bring in new ideas, and that, “The support from people in Ponoka has been huge.” Photos by Emily Jaycox

PHOTOS: Flowers for You turns 20

Flowers for You owner Carol Dunne poses for a photo next to a fall display on the 20th anniversary celebration Sept. 19. There were roses given away and draws for customers to mark the milestone. Dunne says she plans on continuing to improve the store and bring in new ideas, and that, “The support from people in Ponoka has been huge.” Photo by Emily Jaycox

Flowers for You celebrated its 20th anniversary on Sept. 19. There were roses given away and draws for customers to mark the milestone. Owner Carol Dunne says she plans on continuing to improve the store and bring in new ideas, and that, “The support from people in Ponoka has been huge.” Photos by Emily Jaycox

The first ad run in the Ponoka News in 1999.

By Emily Jaycox

 

The first ad run in the Ponoka News in 1999.

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