Tim Farrell of Farrell’s Florist in Drexel Hill is showing gratitude to front line health care workers by delivering fresh tulip arrangements to area hospitals to brighten their days. UPPER DARBY— Farrell’s Florist, 421 Burmont Road, Drexel Hill, has been showing gratitude to health care workers on the front line by sending spring tulips. Owned and operated by Tim Farrell, AAF, AIFD and PFCI, Farrell’s Florist has been bringing beautiful flowers to Delaware County for more than 30 years. So far, Tim Farrell, helped by his daughter Katie Farrell, has sent two to three dozen tulip arrangements to Delaware County Memorial Hospital, Bryn Mawr Hospital and Lankenau Hospital. The next stop on his kindness route of gratitude is Riddle Hospital. “We are so thankful for all of health care workers on the front line,” the owner said. “We will be dropping these flowers off to more local hospitals in Delaware County to hopefully bring a smile to someone’s day.” For more information on Farrell’s Florist, call 610-623-2400. Sterling Pig, Second Baptist Church and Unifying Media team up to bring Easter meals to struggling residents MEDIA— When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit the area, the Unifying Group of Media partnered with Second Baptist Church of Media, for a free grocery give away. Sterling Pig of Media reached out to the group, to donate fresh produce and extra supplies. More recently, Sterling Pig’s head chefs Mike Malloy and Katie Thompson reached out again to donate a food service to the community on Easter. The Unifying Group of Media will partner with Second Baptist and Sterling Pig to serve Easter meals to struggling individuals and families in need from 1-3 p.m. on Sunday, April 12, or until all the meals are gone. The menu is spiral ham with pineapple, string beans, asparagus, […]