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November 27, 2019

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SILK DESIGNS FLOWERS AND GIFTS GALORE AT THIS PIKE COUNTY BUSINESS 816 E. Main St., Petersburg 812-789-3046 Mon. - Sat. 9:30am-5pm • Brighton Jewelry • Wreaths • Lanterns • Candles • Wind Chimes • Snowmen • Phone Carriers by Brighton Fresh Flowers East Outlet West Outlet Both Outlet Stores Will Be Closed anksgiving Day BLACK FRIDAY SPECIALS D't Miss These Drbust Deals! Sun-Mon, CLOSED Tue-Fri, 10am - 6pm ET Saturday, 10am - 5pm ET East Outlet 4th & Jackson Sun-u, CLOSED Friday, 10am - 6pm ET Saturday, 10am - 5pm ET West Outlet 4th & Geiger SHOWER CURTAINS START @ $9.99 LED CANVASES UNDER $20! CLOTHTIQUE $39.99 COLLECTIBLE 623 Main Street, Jasper On the Square, north of the Courthouse 812-634-6017 home Soul life Black Friday Wkend OPEN MONDAY - FRIDAY 10 am - 5:30 pm SATURDAY 10 am - 4 pm embrace your own unique style home. boutique. custom framing. ADDITIONAL SALES IN STORE 20% off one regular priced item Equipment Company 407 E. KENTUCKY, HOLLAND • 812-536-3486 Holiday Toy Sale NOV. 29 – DEC. 24 20% Off Toys & Clothing 2803 B West Broadway, Princeton 812-385-CAKE We are so thankful for your patronage. Teel's will be closed Nov. 28-30 to enjoy the holdiay with family. happy Thanksgiving to all our customers. 2157 W. 800 SOUTH, FORT BRANCH bladerunnersmowingllc Free Pick Up & Delivery in Gibson County Find Pricing on our Facebook Page Mower, Tiller & Trimmer Repair & Maintenance • Weed Trimmer, Tiller and Lawn Mower Parts & Repair (All Brands) • Lawn Equipment Maintenance Call Brad 812-664-1475 or Mike 812-664-2738 TOTAL ON LABOR Nov., Dec. & Jan. 10% OFF *Discount is on labor only. hopping Petersburg's Silk Designs fresh flower and gift shop had its business begin- nings when owner Angie Cart- er sold flowers "out of the back of a Blazer." It wasn't very long before the entire inte- rior of the vehicle was not big enough for the business. That's when Carter got her present day store front at 816 East Main Street, across from the Pike County Courthouse. In the nine years that followed, Carter's in- ventory of featured product lines and gift ideas has blos- somed into an offering that meets the needs and desires of all her many customers. Fresh flowers for funerals and other special occasions are the main stay for Silk De- signs, but the idea of "some- thing for everyone" is cer- tainly not lost in this store. Carter offers Brighton Jew- elry and purses, all occa- sion and seasonal wreaths, Lanterns of all kinds and can- dles that are sometimes lan- terns as well, according to Carter. The mix of of- ferings for ladies and gents involves a nice selec- tion of wind chimes, snowmen and angels to go along with a variety of Christmas wreaths, the fresh flowers and chocolates. A friendly atmosphere greets the customer through the fra- grances that abound and en- tices interest in various candies, including the chocolates. There is no doubt fudge is on the menu and, of course, turtles avail- able in caramel and peppermint. A sa- vory original is also available that can be custom made in a great many ways. Carter has had help with her cut fresh flower sales from employees San- dy Tichenor and Jane Reed. Together, they operate the kind of store that's nice to see and browse, and a joy in the flavors and aromas make for a pleasant shopping expe- rience, especially around the busy holidays. Silk Designs is open Mon- day through Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. Contact Carter at 812-789-3046 for all your special and seasonal fresh flower arrangement needs. Silk Designs in Petersburg has been around since 2005, but they recently expanded their offerings, adding Brighton to their jewelry collections, fresh flowers and green plants. They still offer silk flow- ers and a large assortment of bereavement items, such as wind chimes, candles, wreaths, flags and other items. Silk Designs hours are 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sat- urday. They can be reached anytime at 812-789-3046. Above are: Krista Robinette, executive director of Pike County Chamber of Commerce; Sandy Tichenor, designer-florist; Dustin Schnarr with the Chamber of Commerce; owner Angie Carter; and Jane Reed, designer-florist. The Press-Dispatch Shopping Wednesday, November 27, 2019 B-7 Press-Dispatch

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