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Take Photos of Your Pets

Click!  Just look at your pet parrot, with its hooked beak, black eyes, and brilliant colored feathers of chartreuse green and lemony yellow.  Click!  Click!  How about your cat in a relaxing pose on a cushy chair?  Or even your pet dog, as his inquisitive face looks straight into your eyes. The thing is, nowadays, people treat their pets more and more like family members.  People are having formal pet portraits taken of their animals.   Besides that, they are na ...

Preserving Children's Artwork

If you are a mom or dad of young children, I am sure your refrigerator is covered in those beautiful art pieces, collected over time from art classes and school projects.  Your little artists deserve to have their greatest masterpieces preserved for years to come.    As a parent, you can treasure them always as the years go on.  Your kids will soon grow old, but now you can protect the fine art of their young, creative minds.  And what fun for your future college graduate ...

Landscape Photos

From a snow covered mountain range, to a tropical island, to a busy highway; a nice landscape can be found just about anywhere. Photographing landscapes can be quite different than photographing people; therefore these tips will help you take breathtaking scenic pictures that are unlike other photographs you often take. 1. Be creative! As a photographer, it is your job to find beauty in any environment. Pick something interesting that catches the eye. Even if there is a specific object that stands out, it ...

Women in Business 2008: The Power of Progress

During the last week in June, members of our marketing team attended the Women's Business Enterprise National Council's (WBENC) annual conference in Atlanta, Women in Business 2008: The Power of Progress.  Their trip was a success!  The conference provided wonderful opportunities to network with corporations through MatchMaker Meetings and reception events, as well as the chance to connect with other women business enterprises (WBEs).  The conference also included workshops to learn about u ...

Going Green Efforts

Going "green" is the way to go ... and it's a blossoming trend here at Church Hill Classics.  With the environment's fast decline today, it's essential that everyone does their part to help towards global sustainability. Even the smallest attempts to recycle or conserve resources create a big impact, when you multiply those efforts times many people.  Here are some of the practices that we have developed into our everyday work environment, to ensure we are continually doing our part: ...

Proudest Moment Photo Contest

Graduation is around the corner, and proud moments are always in the making.  Now is the perfect opportunity to capture instances like these, and possibly win some cash and other prizes for sharing them with us!  We're interested in what your special memories are, and what they entail.  While graduation is likely to be a popular theme since that season has arrived, all memories are welcome: weddings, recognition events, a new addition to the family, honor ceremonies, other mileston ...

The College Student's Job Hunt

Finding a job is probably uppermost in your mind (and your parents') especially if you're about to become a college graduate.  Graduation time is nearing, and if you're not going on to grad school, a full time job is usually the next step. Ideally, the time to look for a job is before graduation, not afterwards.  Checking in at your college's career center is one of the first places college students can go for guidance.  This could be done even when just a freshman.  Yet, there are ma ...

Presidential Memorial Certificates for Veterans

Did you know that the Department of Veterans Affairs offers a thoughtful Presidential Memorial Certificate program to memorialize your beloved deceased veteran?  The certificate is an elegant presentation, personalized in calligraphy lettering with the name of the veteran.  It includes a gold foil embossed seal of the Great Seal of the United States, and is signed by the President.   This program was initiated by President John F. Kennedy in 1962, and has been continued by all subsequent ...

Surprising Facts About Woman-Owned Businesses

I recently spotted some fascinating statistics about woman-owned businesses, published by the Center for Women's Business Research.  This CWDC's mission is to identify the trends, characteristics, achievements, and challenges of U.S. woman-owned businesses.  According to their recent research, majority-owned female enterprises: Number 10.4 million in the U.S. Employ more than 12.8 million people. Generate $1.9 trillion in annual sales.  Have grown at around two times ...

Damaged Diploma - What To Do?

Just the other day, we got another call from a customer who said his diploma has turned yellowish and has brown spots on it.  This question arises occasionally, so here is a bit more about why it happens and what you can do about it.  Typically, problems like yellowing and brown spots are caused by age and acidity.  Sometimes, especially with older diplomas, the paper used to print the document may not have been acid-free.  So over time, the acidic content creates yellowing and brittlen ...

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