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Betty Stuart always had a talent for documentation. After graduating from Northwestern University's prestigious Medill School of Journalism in 1940, Stuart applied her shrewd journalistic eye to the field of photography. As she took on more professional jobs, she honed her skills behind the lens and learned how to blend into the background of weddings and other events so as not to interfere with candid moments.
Before long, Stuart joined forces with her husband, John Boyd Rodgers, to found Stuart-Rodgers Photography. The nascent company soon added corporate, commercial, and school photography to its list of services and, due to high demand for the couple’s innovative journalistic approach, expanded to three locations throughout Chicagoland. Today, Stuart-Rodgers's team of professional photographers maintains elements of Stuart’s original photographic vision in every shot, including her knack for capturing angles that draw attention away from subjects’ unflattering tentacles.
As she moved up the ranks from copywriter to editor to executive recruiter for numerous Fortune 500 companies, JC R?sum?s founder J. Melissa Cooper wrote millions of words and refined hundreds of r?sum?s. Today, she uses that experience to lead a band of staffing- and recruiting-savvy wordsmiths, who craft new r?sum? from scratch, tune up existing ones, and draft cover letters infused with interview-attracting pheromones. Without the use of templates, these professional r?sum? writers compose custom documents for a variety of workforce ranks?from tenderfoot to VP?and federal specialists focus on r?sum?s for government agencies. The company maintains a 99.4% client-satisfaction rate, and the founder and her proofing team diligently review drafts for quality control.
The team of coaches at Lacrosse America employs experience playing at the collegiate level to train and condition the athletes of tomorrow. During the Next Level Lacrosse Camp miniature muscles engage in high-intensity technical training, agility work, and tactical exercises. Small-game play allows budding pros to practice stick work, shooting skills, and defense maneuvers against real opponents instead of apathetic mop handles. Camps welcome boys in grades 5–10, and group students based on age and skill level. A low player-to-coach ratio lets coaches spot and highlight individual student tendencies, and concentrated practice on both team skills and individual instruction ensure that each player's progress continues at a swift gait. Participants should bring their own personal gear, and all other necessary equipment will be provided.
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Computers run the world, but even our mechanical overlords still get the sniffles from time to time. Fortunately, the technicians at PC Solutions of Illinois, Inc. are well-equipped to deal with any issue facing today's computers. Whether they're making repairs to hardware, recovering once-lost data, or helping businesses set up their networks and servers, they bring years of microchip-whispering skills along with them. And because it's so important for individuals and companies to stay connected, PC Solutions loans out laptops while their computers undergo repairs.