WINCHESTER — The flowers are given with wide smiles and they are received with wider smiles. Or it easily could be the other way around. Either way, Ed Stritzke said there is therapy in both the giving and receiving of the fragrant, colorful bouquets. It was Stritzke’s idea to share the flowers he grows at his Winchester-area home. He and his wife, Judy, are in their third year of growing, picking and delivering flowers to care homes. They are helped in their random acts of kindness by their daughter, Kris Heighes, and her husband, George. On the receiving end this …
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