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Business briefs, March 22 edition

Fay Discovery Day Camp holds open house

Southborough – Meet Fay Discovery’s camp director and learn more about the program for kids ages 3-15 during an open house at Fay School, to be held Thursday, March 28, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., at 25 Middle Rd., Southborough. Also, tour the school’s campus to see where camp takes place and enter the drawing at the open house to win one free week of camp. To find out more, visit www.fayschool.org/summer or contact Bob Rojee at 508-490-8247.

 

Central One sponsors March 23 PS6 foam collection

Girl Scout senior Kaleigh Wright accepts a check for the March 23 PS6 foam collection day from Central One Federal Credit Union manager Dave Kaiser. What began as a Girl Scout Silver Award project has turned into a community-wide effort to help the environment. Wright and Bhargavi Ram raised close to $2,000 to ensure their foam recycling partner, ReFoamIt, would be able to collect foam in Westborough twice a year for five years. Photo/Submitted

Girl Scout senior Kaleigh Wright accepts a check for the March 23 PS6 foam collection day from Central One Federal Credit Union manager Dave Kaiser. What began as a Girl Scout Silver Award project has turned into a community-wide effort to help the environment. Wright and Bhargavi Ram raised close to $2,000 to ensure their foam recycling partner, ReFoamIt, would be able to collect foam in Westborough twice a year for five years. Photo/Submitted

Westborough – Westborough will be holding its third PS6 foam (Styrofoam™) recycling event Saturday, March 23, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Tufts Machine Lot on East Main Street. For the second time, Central One Federal Credit Union will sponsor the event. Residents from Westborough and surrounding communities can bring PS6 (Styrofoam™) gift packaging, egg cartons, coffee cups without wraps, coolers, meat and veggie trays, take-out containers and any other foam product with PS 6 on it. You can follow the progress of Reduce, Reuse, ReFoamIt! on Facebook at R3: Reduce, Reuse, ReFoamIt. For questions, contact Nancy Wright at nancy@wrightbuzz.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Giorgi’s Boutique helps women ‘look and feel beautiful’

Marlborough – Giorgi’s Boutique, “Exquisitely Unique Consignment,” located 266 Main St., is Marlborough’s first upscale consignment shop offering cute no-names all the way to high-end designer brands – at a wide price range to accommodate all budgets. At Giorgi’s Boutique, every woman has the opportunity to look and feel beautiful. The boutique carries apparel, handbags, accessories, costume jewelry, and footwear. Many of items still have the original price tags. Merchandise is constantly changing, so each and every trip to Giorgi’s Boutique will be a unique and pleasurable one. Also, drop by to enter a drawing for a $50 gift certificate, with the winner to be drawn May 31.

 

Dance Expressions dancers earn scholarships

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Westborough – Twenty-two dancers ages 11 to 16 from Laurene Aldorisio’s Academy of Dance Expressions in Westborough participated in the 2013 Pulse Dance Convention in Boston, held Feb. 16 and 17. Hundreds of dancers from all over New England studied jazz, lyrical, contemporary and hip hop with choreographers such as Brian Friedman, Dave Scott, Chris Judd, Brooke Lipton, Miguel Zarate, Nancy O’Maera, and Lane Napper. Dance Expressions dancers Karly Terra, Brittany Terra, Mercedes Vacca, Laura Shi, Maddy Walters, and Lilly Earley won full and partial scholarships to the 2014 Pulse Dance Convention and Camp Pulse to further their dance training.  Studio Director Laurene Aldorisio won a special teacher’s scholarship to study dance with renowned choreographers this summer in New York City.

 

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