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  • Accountants

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  • Environmental Services

  • Dentists

  • Racing Programs

  • Churches

  • Religious Denominations

  • Packaging Manufacturers

  • Car Dealerships

  • Landscapers

  • Medical Journals

  • Restaurants

  • Colleges and Universities

  • Interior Designers

  • Financial Planners

  • Software Developers

Marketing and Branding Materials:

Shrek Yard Sign
Shrek Postcard
ANE Branding
ANE Logo
2017 Easter Bulletin - Draft 6
2017 FINAL PROPOSAL - Outside
2017 FINAL PROPOSAL - Inside
COE Logo
COE Promotional Postcard
COE Staff Business Card
Students Ministries
Children's Ministries
Youth Group Super Bowl Party Ticket
Easter Bulletin
Trunk or Treat Invite
Christmas Eve Invite Card
Prayer Card

Client Press

Nov 09, 2017

Local plastics company ‘going green’

While driving along Route 8, near downtown Shelton or Exit 14, passersby will begin to see some major changes taking place on top of the Inline Plastics building’s roof.

Mar 08, 2017

Northeast Horticultural Services earns prestigious TCIA Accreditation

Northeast Horticultural Services, based in Stratford, Connecticut, recently earned the Tree Care Industry Association 3-year Residential/Commercial Accreditation, making it one of the 10 companies in the state to do so. 

Mar 08, 2017

Stratford Woman Stands Tall By Growing Her Own Tree-Care Firm

This year marks her 10th anniversary of running the Stratford-based company, which provides residential, commercial and municipal property owners with holistic and organic landscaping and tree care services across Fairfield and New Haven counties.

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Mom's Notes: The Sun Chronicle

Sep 09, 2017

INTRONE: Bracing for Middle School

I just put three kids on the bus to middle school. There’s no easing into with my family, or learning the ropes one kid at a time. We’re all in.

Jul 02, 2017

INTRONE: Dealing with the summer homework dilemma

The summer break is short enough, and keeps getting shorter. Let it be a true break for kids and families when it comes to schoolwork.

May 30, 2017

Riding the latest wave of fads

The 2016-2017 school year has definitely been the year of fads. Some may have had some redeeming qualities in sparking problem solving skills or fostering creativity. But as a whole, I’m happily waving goodbye as they fade off into the forgotten distance; and then bracing myself for what will inevitably come next.

Apr 03, 2016

A MOM'S NOTES: Why I let my kids skip school

School is important. It's a kid's job. It's what they're required to do Monday through Friday during normal business hours. But it is not the only way they learn and grow. Far from it. And while my kids and I value their education, take school seriously, and work hard at it, there are times it is not the priority and other events and experiences trump attending school.

Jan 24, 2016

INTRONE: Let them wear shorts

Call me the poster mom in my circle for a boy wearing shorts in single-digit temperatures.

Apparently there was a neighborhood pool started in November for how long my 9-year old son would hold out with the shorts.

May 10, 2015

INTRONE: Forty is fabulous

When I was in eighth grade my father turned 40. I vividly remember it. We newspapered his office and filled it with black balloons. Black banners with "Over the Hill" were draped across the walls. We threw him a condolence party.

I thought he was so old. At the tender age of 13, I could not imagine what it would be like to be 40 years old.

I found out recently - and it's fabulous.

Apr 12, 2015

INTRONE: The math homework wars

I was busy making dinner and my fourth grader needed help with her math homework. Turning to my husband, who holds a master’s degree in mechanical engineering from Georgia Tech, I asked, “Can you help her?”

His response: “Only if it’s normal math."

Feb 22, 2015

INTRONE: An 'unbroken' child

Parenting books have many labels for a child like mine - spirited, difficult or high-maintenance. Perhaps, even, unbreakable. The children are strong-willed, stubborn and exhausting for parents.

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Take Five:  The Sun Chronicle

Nov 05, 2017

Take Five: Dog adoption

Thinking about adopting a dog? Here's what we learned along the way.

Oct 29, 2017

Take Five: Packing the car for the holidays

Keep this guide handy when its time to pack up for the holiday road trips!

Sep 17, 2017

Take Five: Preparing the outside of your home for winter

Prevention is always better than the cure. 5 tasks to prep your home for the coming winter.

Sep 10, 2017

Take Five: Emergency Car Kit for Parents

These days, instead of a diaper bag, my car is stocked for all the “just in case” moments that seem to happen fairly regularly as a parent of three active children. Here are five items for the car that make managing life with kids less complicated.

Apr 03, 2016

Last Minute Tax Filing

However, if you are still staring at a W-2, a pile of unopened envelopes with “Important Tax Information” stamped across the front, and a box of receipts — this article is for you. 

Feb 07, 2016

Take Five: Super Bowl 50

Today, the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos face-off at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA for Super Bowl 50. As we load up the snack food, turn on the pre-game coverage, and prepare for the big game, let’s take a look at a little Super Bowl history.

Jan 11, 2015

Donate Blood, Save Lives

January is National Blood Donor month, and, according to the American Red Cross, every 2 seconds someone in the United States needs blood. If you are a healthy adult, feeling well, over the age of 17 and weigh more than 110 pounds, find the time to save a life this month. 

Feb 01, 2015

Seattle v. Boston

A tale of 2 Great Cities: Weighing the values of the hometowns for both the Seahawks and the Patriots

Jul 26, 2015

Cell Phone Etiquette

They're everywhere. It's estimated that 90% of adults in the world own a cell phone. These ubiquitous, multi-functional tools are almost semi-permanent extensions of our hands. The prevalence of cell phones means most people are either ambivalent or unaware of when their use might cross the line from appropriate to rude. Since July is Cell Phone Etiquette month, here are five tips on how to be more polite when it comes to using your phone.










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Feature Articles

May 26, 2013

One Washington, D.C. vacation, many memories

Visit to nation's capital a rewarding experience for children, adults alike

Jun 02, 2013

Visiting Washington, D.C.

Jump in the car, board a train or catch a flight to Washington, D.C., for a visit. And if you do, here are five attractions to make sure you see.

Apr 01, 2012

The Disney Plan

Learn how to create a magical experience during a family trip to the Happiest Place on Earth

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