Business Briefs, Jan. 25 edition
Cambridge Editors Group offers high-quality, personalized services
Southborough - If you or someone you know is interested in a review or revamping of your résumé, business document or other written work, Cambridge Editors Group can help. Cambridge Editors Group is a local Southborough business helping individuals and companies with high-quality and personalized editing services. Established in 2013 by Southborough resident Nadia Alam, Cambridge Editors Group assists individuals to improve their written work by offering expert feedback and coaching. Alam and her team of accomplished professionals have worked with individuals of all ages, including those seeking an entry-level job after college, Ph.D. candidates, executives and students. Mention the code “GreatEdits” before May 1, 2013, and get a $5 discount! Look for their ad in this week’s Community Advocate.
Museum of Russian Icons’ exhibition extended
Clinton – The Museum of Russian Icons, 203 Union St. in Clinton, has announced that “Imaging the Invisible: Angels, Demons Prayer and Wisdom” will be extended through April 27. Described by Artscope magazine’s reporter James Foritano as “richly assembled out of a 500-deep collection,” the exhibition incorporates 60 icons and artifacts from the Museum of Russian Icons collection depicting uncanny, ethereal subjects and concepts. The exhibition includes a mix of new acquisitions and previously unrevealed icons. This unique and creative exhibition is curated by Museum of Russian Icons Registrar Laura Garrity-Arquitt. To find out more, visit www.museumofrussianicons.org or call 978-598-5000.
Shrewsbury Crossings announces new directors
Shrewsbury - Shrewsbury Crossings, a Benchmark Senior Living community in Shrewsbury, announced the recent appointment of three new directors: Suzanne L. Singer, MBA, Harbor Care Director; Erica Clarke, Programming Director; and Kelly P. Marcimo, Director of Community Relations. Shrewsbury Crossings offers assisted living and the Harbor Program of care for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory impairments. The community is operated by Benchmark Senior Living, based in Wellesley. The company develops, owns, and manages an array of senior living communities which offer independent living, assisted living, and specialized assisted living for seniors with memory impairment. Benchmark operates 45 communities in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island and Maine. Visit www.benchmarkseniorliving.com to find out more.
U.S. Tae Kwon Do Center holds biannual black belt testing
Shrewsbury/Worcester – The U.S. Tae Kwon Do Center in Shrewsbury and Worcester held their biannual black belt testing program last October. This year, the tae kwon do center has 16 new first degree black belts: Matthew Todd Hay, Daniel Roche, Vijay Parmar, Annemarie Duggan, Isabella Palma, Sam Mahler, Subin Jeong, Keithly A. Sutton, Thomas Clark-Phelps, Marie Clark-Phelps, Beverly Hay, Daniel Rivera Jr., Connor Spillane, Julien Price-Artavia, Daniel Tejeda Davila, and Mauricio Tejeda Davila. There are also eight newly promoted second degree black belts: Sophia Iocolano, Anshuman Madhukar, Anurudh Silam, Robert Clark-Phelps, Paul Medeiros, Sabrina L. Borelli, Ethan Bergeron, and Melissa Bergeron, and two new fourth degree black belts, with the new title of Taekwondo Master: Master Edward Jeong and Master Danielle Noack.
Marlborough Hospital expands musculoskeletal care, appoints director
Marlborough - With convenience and increased access to high-quality, bone, joint and muscle care in mind, Marlborough Hospital, in partnership with the UMass Memorial Medical Center, has expanded its musculoskeletal services with the addition of a new orthopedic surgeon, Allis Kim, MD. To facilitate this growth, Marlborough Hospital has named Donald Hangen, MD, as the service line’s new medical director. He will focus on ensuring the hospital’s high-quality bone, joint, and muscle care is maintained across the hospital’s wide and varied service line offerings. A board-certified orthopedic surgeon, he received his medical degree from Stanford University School of Medicine. He completed his residency at the Harvard Combined Orthopaedic Residency Program and was fellowship trained in sports medicine at Harvard/Massachusetts General Hospital. For more information, visit www.marlboroughhospital.org and click on orthopedics.
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