May 13, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • Page 15 F O CUS on Midland Park Businesses &A Food has witnessed first-hand the trends meal planAningNaturalowner Centernutrition since more than 50 years oftoward betterin theCenter and supplemental opening at the Midland Park Shopping in 1971. Because Adrian Lamboy has experience busi- Knowledgeable health advice at A&A Natural Food Jacobsen Landscape Design & Construction, Inc. he professionals at Jacobsen Landscape, now celebrating 31 years in business, have been hard at work designing, renovating, and maintaining Bergen County’s best-kept local landscapes. This full-service landscape design/build company based at 413 Godwin Ave. in Midland Park is owned by Glenn Jacobsen and staffed by talented landscape designers, craftsmen, and production crews. Jacobsen Landscape handles all facets of design, planning, and construction. The property maintenance department is located around the corner from the Design Center. From this facility, Jacobsen services residential and commercial clients with year-round programs, including lawn care, tree and shrub care, and the newlyexpanded Garden Care Department. Landscape masonry has become a large part of the business as the popularity of natural Pictured from left, front row: Mark Milidantri, Design/Sales; stone pavers and custom stone- Dan Gubitosa, Maintenance/Sales; Michael Hartman, Design/ Sales; Jessica Agnello, Design. Back row: Glenn Jacobsen, CLP, work has increased. Jacobsen projects continue to President; Donna DeLuccia, Office Manager; Rich Rossnagel, Design/Sales; Jim VanHeemst, CLT, General Manager. win state and national awards as they have done consistently for the past two decades. In 2007 and 2008, Landscape Management Magazine recognized Jacobsen as one of the Top 100 Landscape Companies in America. The irrigation and lighting department at Jacobsen provides everything from custom design to installation and service, and the maintenance department ensures that everything remains in top condition. Jacobsen Landscape is proud to be part of the Midland Park community and a committed supporter of local programs. Jacobsen’s Midland Park office is open 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. For details, call (201) 891-1199 or visit The Jacobsen Landscape Gallery at 11 Barnstable Court in Saddle River features specimen plants, flowers, and materials, and hosts exhibits by local artists, among other community events. Hours at the Landscape Gallery are Monday-Saturday, 9-5. Call (201) 825-4440 for more information. T ness, he can answer questions about the best way to use any of the more than 9,000 products he stocks. The family-run business has been in Midland Park for 38 years, with Lamboy’s wife Ilse and daughter Jeannie all catering to the needs of their health-conscious clientele and offering knowledgeable suggestions. A&A is a health and diet center providing a complete line of homeopathic remedies, natural and organic vitamins and minerals, and cosmetics. A variety of diets to help customers lose or gain weight or build muscle have become increasingly popular, as has a line of reducing diet teas. Natural products like herbal teas, cookies and crackers line an aisle with grocery products. The store has a large selection of vitamins and daily supplements rangIlse and Adrian Lamboy, daughter Jeannie and granddaughters ing from A to Zinc, with Melina and Maritza. house brands always on sale. Customers come in seeking supplements such as bran and red yeast rice to improve upon their diet and lessen their cholesterol intake. Others have specific allergy problems or other needs which can be addressed here. Detox formulas and a large selection of glutenfree foods and natural sugar alternatives are in stock. Health books line a bookshelf at the entrance to the store, and Lamboy encourages people to learn more about health and nutrition. A&A Natural Food Center, a place to find good food and specialty products, is located at 99 Godwin Ave. It is open 9-6 daily, and till 7 on Mondays and Thursdays. Call (201) 447-3130. ������������������������������������������������������������������ ring to life those digital photos you shot during your vacation, your child’s birthday or graduation, your pool party or a friend’s wedding. It’s as easy and convenient as the clic of a mouse to select from your camera the photos you want, crop them and arrange them into a photo book, a poster or other display option at the Wholesale Photo Café. The possibilities are endless. “You don’t have to be a techy. Our café is a convenient, comfortable environment. You can drink a cup of premium coffee, and let your creative juices flow, and when you have a question, you have us. You don’t have to deal with a learning curve. Our computers are set up for whatever task you want to accomplish,” explains Les Berkman, Wholesale Photo’s owner. The café has several stations to work at with comfortable chairs and good lighting. A knowledgeable staff member is just a few feet away. For a very reasonable price, you can make a poster of several shots to display at home or at a special event. You can make a coffee-table quality book for your living room or to give away as a present. You can create theme pages to slide into your scrapbook (no gluing needed). You can personalize greeting cards, thank you notes and calendars, beginning at any month you choose. And if you are preparing a portfolio of your work for college admission or job interview, you can get a truly professional product at the Wholesale Photo Café. At the café, you can also arrange your photos into a slide show complete with accompanying music, cut a DVD, and walk out with it to play at your special event or share with family and friends. B Photo keepsakes are also a hit at Wholesale Photo, allowing your photos to be applied to mugs, mouse pads, t-shirts and sweatshirts, jewelry, tote bags and even crystal. These novelties make ideal corporate gifts or party favors. And last but not least, the café is the ideal place to make a permanent backup of your digital photo library. Should your computer crash, those precious reminders of the past will be forever lost to future generations. Remember, there are no negatives to store away. Wholesale Photo’s Photo Central Club allows users to order quality prints and create greeting cards online, and offers photo sharing, slide show and archiving features, and free 30-day online photo storage. Wholesale Photo also has a blog ( which offers daily tips based on most- often asked questions, and where people can make comments or ask questions about products or services. Their e-mail newsletter features new products and daily specials, such as the current offer, 50% off on any size poster collage. In business for over 40 years, Wholesale Photo and Digital Imaging Center features all the top brand name cameras in the market and is a certified dealer for repairs for many manufacturers. It also sells camera accessories, film and photo frames, and has a photography studio on the premises. Other services it provides include print and file scanning, photo restoration, and video transfers. The store, located in the Midland Park Shopping Center at 85 Godwin Ave., Midland Park, is open Mon-Fri, 9-6:30; till 9 on Thurs; and till 5:30 on Saturday. Call 201-444-0777 or visit their new website,