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I was looking for a company that provided my college's name and seal on the matting or the frame. Your company was the first that I came across on the web. I liked the variety I could choose from: with tassel, pennant, campus picture, or just the diploma. I received excellent product, excellent service and excellent quality.
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Category: Connecticut

Tree planted to honor UConn School of Law Professor Emeritus

Professor Emeritus Colin Tait - Tree and PlaqueUniversity of Connecticut School of Law Facebook and Twitter pages were bursting with photos of a tree dedication held recently to honor Professor Emeritus Colin Tait for four decades of his teaching, expert writings, and service to the law profession.

The professor’s story and commitment are wonderful. The tree planting and the type of tree happened to catch my interest. 

The newly planted tree, a white oak, alludes to UConn’s seal, and of course Connecticut’s state tree, so it’s a gift with perfect symbolism. The school seal has oak leaves and acorns in its center, with the name of the University and School of Law as a border around it.

Made-in-the U.S.A Diploma Frames-A Proud Plus

by Anita R. Holtz
Marketing Department

Frames Handcrafted in the USATo hear Grandma and Grandpa speak of the United States circa 1950s, the world begged for anything Made in the U.S.A. There were no Japanese-made cars, gadgets from China, Cambodian-made hoodies, or jeans made in Sri Lanka. America was a mecca for all goods, and if it was “Made in America,” it was made with excellence, integrity, and pride. Dinah Shore, an American singer, sang her 1950s jingle with gusto, “See the U.S.A. in your Chevrolet; America’s the greatest land of all.”

Let’s Throw a Graduation Party!

Once the graduation ceremony is over, and the (decorated) grad cap and gown are no longer needed, and the diploma is either in hand or soon to be mailed (remember to frame it)…it’s time to celebrate!

It’s best to make party plans ahead since there’s lots to consider. 

Ryan, a marketing intern at Church Hill Classics, is graduating from Ridgefield High School in Connecticut, and plans to attend Virginia Tech in fall 2012.  He and his parents are already getting prepared for his upcoming graduation party in June.  His preparations follow…

Australian Rotary Group Visits Connecticut

Church Hill Classics a Destination Site There are times Church Hill Classics is literally on display for certain groups and individuals to tour.  We may not be one of the Newport, RI, mansions, but we do have our fair share of visitors who are interested in seeing the 47,000-square-foot, two-story building.  The custom framing facilities houses the entire operations – Customer Service, Accounting, Order Entry, Sales, Marketing, and Production. So, it wouldn’t be surprising for me ...

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