Buisness briefs, March 15 edition
Free Raw Food Diet Seminar at Pet Gone Healthy
Marlborough – Sandie and Ken Wheeler, owners of Pets Gone Healthy, are hosting a free Raw Food Diet Seminar Wednesday, March 20, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., with Catherine Jones from Stella & Chewys. Have you ever wondered about trying to feed your feline or canine companion raw, unprocessed food? Are raw bones safe to feed to Fido? What are the benefits to feeding your pets raw food diets? This is an after-hours event, and reservations are required. Refreshments will be served. Pets Gone Healthy, the area’s #1 pet shoppe offering all-natural, premium health foods, treats, gifts and accessories for pets and their people, is located at 505 Boston Post Road West, Marlborough. For reservations, call 508-485-3881. Look for their ad in this issue.
New String Clinic at Jack’s Guitar Garage
Northborough – Jack’s Guitar Garage has announced a free New String Clinic* Saturday, March 16, from 10 a.m. to noon. Tune up your guitar with free new strings, and even have them changed for you. Jack’s Guitar Garage is located at 243 West Main St., Northborough. Visit www.jacksguitargarage.com for more information. (*Limit one guitar per person.)
Greendale Physical Therapy hosts Grand Re-Opening March 23
Shrewsbury – Greendale Physical Therapy will host the Grand Re-Opening of its Shrewsbury Clinic at 280 Boston Turnpike (Route 9 East). The open house will take place Saturday, March 23, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. “We owe our success and growth to the people of Shrewsbury and Worcester,” clinic owner and director Jon Dooley said, “and we look forward to saying ‘thank you’ to them personally at our open house.” For more information, contact Julie@greendalept.com. Updates about the open house will be posted on Facebook at www.facebook.com/greendalept, or call 508-753-7780.
Saturdays at Fay presents ‘Jed the Jedster’ Magic Show
Southborough – Come and watch “Jed the Jedster” perform amazing magic tricks, and then learn how to do them yourself at home. This Saturday, March 23 event is part of the “Saturdays at Fay,” series hosted by Fay School, 25 Middle Road, Southborough. The program will run from 10 to 11 a.m., and is appropriate for children ages 3 to 8. A complimentary snack will follow the program at 11 a.m. Saturdays at Fay are free, but space is limited, so please register online at www.fayschool.org/saturdays. Contact Nicole Casey at email@example.com with any questions.
Rhythm Dance Company earns championship titles, high awards
Westborough – Rhythm Dance Company (RDC) participated in the Headliners’ Regional Competition, held Jan. 25 to 27 in Worcester. RDC took 50 solos, duos and trios to Regionals and returned home with 14 of their entries making the top 10 of their division – 17 Elite Gold Medals, 21 Gold Medals, and 12 High Silvers. RDC’s performers also received many special Judges’ Awards, including the duo “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy,” which received an Elite Gold medal, first place overall in the Child Duo/Trio Division, and a Judge’s Award for “Most Entertaining.” RDC offers competitive and performance level programs for ages 2.5 through teen. Learn more about RDC at www.rhythmdanceco.com or call 508-366-1003.
Avidia Bank announces promotions
Hudson – Mark R. O’Connell, president and CEO of Avidia Bank, has announced the promotions of two senior bank officers, Robert Conery and Margaret Sullivan, both of whom have been named executive vice presidents. The following individuals were promoted to vice president: Emily Braga, operations; Ray Murphy, facilities; and Jocelyn Arsenault, auditing. In addition, Tammy Gulcius was named senior auditor. Avidia Bank is a $1 billion mutual community bank headquartered in Hudson, with branches in Hudson, Westborough, Clinton, Leominster, Marlborough, Northborough and Shrewsbury.
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