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Business briefs, Feb. 22 edition

Dental Solutions of Northboro welcomes Dr. Schrott

Dr. Alexander Schrott, DMD, MMSc. Photo/Submitted

Northborough – Dental Solutions of Northboro, located at 367 West Main St., is pleased to announce the addition of Dr. Alexander Schrott, DMD, MMSc.  Dr. Schrott graduated from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, School of Dental Medicine, Germany, in 2003. In 2007, he completed his certificate in Periodontology and obtained his Master of Medical Sciences (MMSc) at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. As a recipient of the ITI (International Team for Implantology) Scholarship in 2008, Dr. Schrott spent one year at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, where he increased his expertise in implant dentistry. After continuing his focus on periodontics and dental implants for a few years in private practice in Germany, Dr. Schrott returned to Boston, where he completed the “Advanced Standing Program for Dental Educators” and received his Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. He currently is in private practice in the Greater Boston area and Cape Cod.

 

 

 

 

Tower Hill to hold Winter Carnival

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Boylston – The recent snowfall will provide a necessary ingredient for Tower Hill Botanic Garden’s 2nd annual Winter Carnival, to be held Saturday, Feb. 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission to the Carnival is included with regular admission to the Garden. Programs will include scavenger hunts, craft sessions, live Alpacas, outdoor winter games, guided walks focused on finding animal tracks, spotting winter birds, and identifying trees in winter, and much more. The Garden is located at 11 French Dr., Boylston. Admission is $12 for adults, $9 for seniors ages 65 and older, $7 for youth ages 6 to 18, and free for Tower Hill Members and children under age 6. Visit www.towerhillbg.org to find out more.

 

Students perform National Anthem for Worcester Sharks.

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Northborough – On Dec. 9, 20 of Jack’s Guitar Garage students performed the National Anthem at the Worcester Sharks Hockey game. Over 100 friends and family came to show their support. Students have several opportunities throughout the year to perform in the community. Over 100 students will perform at Jack’s Guitar Garage Annual Recital, to be held in June at Algonquin Regional High School. For more information, check out www.jacksguitargarage.com or call 508-393-7200. Jack’s Guitar garage is located at 243 West Main St. in Northborough.

 

 

Think spring at The Treasure Chest

Northborough – Spring has arrived at The Treasure Chest with designer outfits sizes 0 to 3X. They also have new arrivals of gifts for all occasions, including fragrances from the Kringle Candle Company. Get a special 10% discount on apparel when you mention promo code HOT, or mention promo code WRAP IT UP for 10% off gift items. The Treasure Chest provides free gift wrapping and will also manage shipping for you, too. Visit their new location at Kendall Square, 269 West Main St., Northborough, or their website at www.thetreasurechestcompany.com.

 

Patina opens in Westborough

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Westborough – Patina, formerly the Patina Barn in Sutton, has now opened in Westborough. Kelly O’Malley has brought her love of painting and collecting vintage items to Westborough. Patina has something for everyone from repurposed, hand-painted vintage furniture to modern day unique finds. Prior to opening up her own shop, O’Malley was a part of several group shops in the Blackstone Valley area, but found there was not as much interaction with her customers as she would have liked. Her new space will allow her to do just that. Patina is conveniently located at 10 South St. in Westborough, just off the Rotary. Look for their ad in this week’s paper.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meeting space available for nonprofit groups

Westborough – Local civic and charitable organizations are welcome to use Central One Federal Credit Union’s Community Meeting Room located at its 40 South St. branch in Westborough. Use of the room is free and suitable for meetings of up to 30 people. Though users would need to supply their own computer or projection equipment, there is WiFi access. According to branch manager Dave Kaiser, “Knowing there is a limited amount of free space for non-profits to use we felt this room would help the cause. Many groups in town have used the room and we welcome others who may have a similar need.” The Community Meeting Room is available by appointment, Monday through Saturday, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.  Anyone interested can call Dave at 508-366-5552, ext. 631.

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