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Our Frames Have Resolutions Too!

Don’t worry; this isn’t a cheesy “Our frames have feelings too!” post (even though we do treat our frames with the utmost care). Instead, we decided to poll some of our handcrafted frames right before they shipped out to our customers. We wanted to find out what our frames hope to accomplish this year. Needless to say, we were happy to find that our goals are pretty in sync.

Standing While You Work at Church Hill Classics

Standing at work? Yes, it’s being done by office employees around the country, and it’s happening at Church Hill Classics too! We all know that standing is not the norm in an office setting; usually employees sit at their desks. Standing is a purposeful choice. Three employees here have made the commitment. New Year’s Resolution? Could be for some, but for these employees, the decision didn’t start out that way.

Easy Holiday Shopping for your Graduate or Alumni

Shopping during the holidays for the graduate or alumni in your life is better and easier than ever! When you select and buy a diploma frame during this busy time of year, it will be a positive experience for you, and presenting your gift to a loved one will acknowledge a great educational accomplishment. There’s shopping online via your laptop, making your purchases in person at the college bookstore or on their web store pages, or viewing gift ideas on Pinterest. If you’re unsure of the exact frame(s) to buy, there’s also eGift certificates.

The Varsity Letter - The Way It is and the Way It Was

As the kickoff to the athletic year has advanced at high schools, prep schools, and colleges, student athletes have been giving their all for their teams, schools, and fans. A traditional reward for their efforts is the varsity letter. Varsity letters are a long-time symbol of student athletes’ dedication and achievement.

One College's Ghost Stories

Ghost stories... how appropriate for around Halloween!  It's especially unnerving when the stories of hauntings take place in buildings at a most unexpected place - college! Hauntings apparently are commonplace at Kenyon College in Ohio.

Harry Potter’s Science meets the U of Nebraska-Lincoln

There’s an unexpected undergraduate honors chemistry class being offered at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It is called a ‘Muggle’s Guide to Harry Potter’s Chemistry’, and it explores the magical chemistry - “potions” - taught at the imaginary Hogwarts School.  The twist to this course is that this serious subject incorporates a cultural aspect, which is meant to encourage more students to take chemistry.

Creativity and Being “Liked” Can Help You Win a $1,000 Scholarship

This is just the start of Church Hill Classics’ sixth annual Frame My Future Scholarship contest where five creative students from across the country will each win $1,000 to help with their education. The scholarship contest still is different than the usual scholarships out there that require a long essay or extensive forms to submit.  Plus, one exciting change is that Facebook Fan Favorites will used to determine two of the 24 Finalists.

Study. Serve. Celebrate! College Student Volunteers Recognized on National Student Day


National Student Day (NSD) is back for its third year on October 3rd, 2013. This day is set aside to celebrate and acknowledge college students who volunteer and students who are socially responsible in their communities. College bookstores around the USA and Canada come together on this one day to recognize their achievement and also to thank them!

9/11 Motorcycle Ride

The anniversary of 9/11 is here again.  It’s the 12th anniversary, and time has not diminished the remembrance due to the victims of the terrorist attack on the Twin Towers in NYC, the Pentagon, passengers on the planes, and the first responders. A tribute to 9/11 was held in Connecticut this past Sunday, a beautiful sunny September day with blue skies, which is reminiscent of how it was that day in 2001.

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.”

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