ArtZings Photo Letter Art was created by Michelle Robertson out of her love for creative photography. The company was created to allow people to design their own one of a kind art for their loved one, as a gift, or as a family memento. ArtZings offers an extensive collection of letters to create handmade floating frames, desktop or shelf letter tile displays (Zingies!), and special gifts for police, fire, and military heroes.
Celebrating Smiles Dr. Felicia Chu & Associates
Our office was designed, constructed & operates following the Leadership in Environmental & Energy Design (LEED) for Commercial Interiors. Our LEED certified office is not only important for the environment, but creates an atmosphere that is beneficial to the health of our patients & staff. We offer our patients the most current dental treatment technology in a friendly, comfortable & healthy environment. Our goal is to provide you with dental care that will enhance the quality of your life.
The Einstein Academy (Supporting Sponsor)
The mission of the Einstein Academy is to implement an individualized and nurturing program that provides students with skills and knowledge necessary to become productive members of society and lifelong learners. We believe that education is a collaborative experience. Parents, teachers, staff, and students work together as a team to maximize each student’s learning potential. We are devoted to creating and maintaining the ideal environment for the academically talented.
Business Matters (Supporting Sponsor)
Nancy Guthrie is a Certified Public Accountant with a local practice called Business Matters. For 30 years, Nancy has worked with small businesses and not for profits addressing a variety of needs such as establishing, maintaining and updating accounting systems, preparation for audit, planning and compliance issues as well as origination, registrations and payroll and tax filings for families, trusts, businesses and organizations.
Gail Borden Public Library (Honorary Sponsor)
Gail Borden Public Library is a community center, serving as a hub of educational and recreational activity for 144,597 residents of Elgin, South Elgin and portions of Hoffman Estates, Streamwood and Bartlett. Approximately 1 million people visit the library each year, borrowing more than 2 million items. Among its many awards, the library received the 2009 National Medal for Museum and Library Services and the 2010 Elgin Hispanic Network Organization of the Year.