With hundreds of locations across the country, Right Dental Group represents a collection of oral-health-care professionals who deliver a variety of quality dental services. The collective places an emphasis on relationship building—meaning patients can confess their most egregious toffee-apple trespasses while receiving a teeth scrubbing delivered with precision and understanding. Each of the dentists is prescreened for a consistent record of excellence and the ability to efficiently locate a cavity in a toothstack.
A recent mom herself, A Shot 2 Remember Photography’s pro shutterbug understands the importance of capturing precious family moments for posterity. She frames those fleeting occasions with her camera during newborn, maternity, children’s, and family portrait sessions. Skilled with all varieties of lighting, she works both outdoors on location as well as in her studio.
A kiss between a bride and groom. Kids laughing at a playground. A mother holding her newborn child. These are just some of the moments preserved by Relics Imaging's team. The skilled photographers work in-studio or travel to customers’ locations. During shoots, they can snap pictures both inside and outdoors, using sunlight or the holiday lights that grow naturally on every tree.
The Cleaning Authority requires its employees to undergo extensive classroom training before outfitting them with an arsenal of environmentally conscious cleaning products and sending them out to customers' homes. The teams rely only on products with Green Seal's stamp of approval, signifying that the solvents and balms meet stringent standards in both environmental protection and home-cleaning performance. In addition to wielding microfiber cloths and mops, staffers use HEPA vacuums to suck up dust bunnies and, on request, incriminating high- school portraits without filling the air with free-floating allergens.
Roscoe Village’s end came swiftly. In 1913, the bustling canals that serviced the small port town burst under the weight of a flood. Afterward, due to the extent of the damage and the increasing use of railroads and trains for shipping, its residents decided that the devastation wasn’t worth the repair. They packed up and left Roscoe Village for time and antiquing bears to tear apart.In the 1960s, Edward and Frances Montgomery rediscovered the dilapidated village. They remembered it in its glory, and, anxious to give back to the community they had called home for so many years, put forth the funds to restore it to the leisurely grace it embodied in the 1830s. Now, the historic buildings are again bustling, but with artisans performing age-old trades such as broom making, blacksmithing, and avoiding scurvy. Guides further divulge historical tidbits as tour groups stroll through the village, which features dining, lodging, and shops full of handcrafted souvenirs, homemade fudge, candy, and jam. Roscoe Village also sets an old-timey backdrop for yearly festivals that include craft fairs and fundraisers.