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Business briefs, July 5 edition

Diane Cournoyer Dance Center announces summer camps

Northborough – Diane Cournoyer Dance Center will be offering summer dance camps starting Monday July 15 through Friday, Aug. 2 at its 329 West Main St. Northborough studio. The summer dance programs is designed to help students get a true understanding about what dance is all about and to help you and your child make decisions regarding enrolling this fall. See their ad in this week’s Community Advocate for details regarding the July 15 – 19 and July 29-Aug.  2 camp programs. Visit www.NorthboroDance.com or call 508-393-9697 for more details.

 

Teen Bands – Need a Place to Play?

Westborough – The Boroughs Family Branch YMCA allows teen bands to rehearse at its Studio 22 free of charge. Studio 22 opened in February 2012 and is the perfect place for teens to practice or put on a show.  Contact Chris D’Amico for more information at 508- 870-1320, ext. 220 or cdamico@ymcaofcm.org.

 

Westborough’s She’s a Gem celebrates third anniversary

Westborough – When Westborough native Carole Judge first spotted the “For Rent” sign on the window of 21 South St. in May 2010, she knew the location could be a real “Gem.” With a mind for fashion, fun and friendship, as well as 20 years business experience building a national costume jewelry chain, she decided it was time to open her first She’s A Gem boutique, and offer the latest trends in jewelry, accessories, clothing and upscale consignment.

“I was immediately greeted by the community with great support and genuine kindness. Three years later, I am blessed to have made so many new friends. In my store I don’t have customers to wait on, I have girlfriends to help!” she said.

In 2012 Judge opened her second location on 80 Worcester St. in Grafton. As a thank you to all of her “girlfriends,” both stores will be offering discounts during the entire month of July…savings from 20 to 50 percent.

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