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Business briefs, March 30 edition

Northboro Chiropractic Center presents Introduction to EFT

Northboro Chiropractic Center with Tina Marian, the Wellness Nurse, will present an Introduction to EFT Saturday, March 31 from 12 to 3 p.m. The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a powerful self-help application based on traditional Chinese medicine that can be an invaluable tool for releasing negative emotions, eliminating limiting beliefs, and managing daily stress. The cost is $39. To RSVP or for more information, contact Tina Marian at 508-523-7132 or tmarian@aol.com. Northboro Chiropractic Center is located at 6 Maple St. in Northborough.

 

 

 

Upcoming workshops at Culinary Underground

Culinary Underground School for Home Cooks will offer A Basic Knife Skills Workshop April 4 and Sauce Master: Classic French Sauces II April 9. Both workshops will run from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Cost is $65 for the knife skills workshop and $75 for the classic French sauce workshop. To find out more about either workshop or to register, call 508-904-6589 or visit www.culinaryunderground.com. Culinary Underground School for Home Cooks is located at 21 Turnpike Rd. in Southborough.

 

Fitness Meets Wellness offers ‘8 Weeks to Wellness for Seniors’

An eight-week program, designed especially for seniors, will be offered by Fitness Meets Wellness, 30 Lyman St., Westborough. Two sessions to choose from will help participants improve their “functional” fitness and well-being. Session 1 begins April 3, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., and runs through May 22. Session 2 begins April 6, also from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., and runs through May 25. The focus will be on gentle exercise routines that help your flexibility, strength, balance, and endurance. The cost for the 8-week program is $159. To find out more, contact Fitness Meets Wellness at 508-366-8700 or visit http://fitnessmeetswellness.com/.

 

 

 

Clinton Savings Bank donates to Untied Way

Clinton Savings Bank recently donated $1,000 to the United Way of Tri-County in support of its mission to help local families remain strong and together during difficult times. Pictured (l – r) are Robert J. Paulhus Jr., president & CEO, Clinton Savings Bank; Paul L. Mina, president & CPO, United Way of Tri-County; and Michael D. Tenaglia, SVP & CIO, Clinton Savings Bank and treasurer/board member, United Way of Tri-County. Photo/Submited

 

 

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