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Business briefs, Sept. 13 edition

Driscoll promoted at Marlborough Savings Bank

Donna M. Driscoll  (Photo/submitted)

Donna M. Driscoll (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – Donna M. Driscoll has been promoted to branch manager of the Marlborough Savings Bank’s (MSB) Sudbury branch, located in Sudbury Farms, according to a press release from the bank. Her responsibilities include overseeing the daily functions of the branch, developing branch business, ensuring exceptional customer service, and coaching employees to reach their maximum potential. A graduate of Framingham State University, she started at MSB 2004 as a part time teller, working up to teller supervisor, assistant branch manager, and branch manager. Driscoll resides in Marlborough with her husband Tom and two children, Emily and Jeff.

 

 

 

 

 

ActiveRx presents free ‘Lunch & Learn’

Westborough – ActiveRx Active Aging Center will host a one-hour “Lunch & Learn” to educate mature adults on how they can recover 10 or more years of lost strength and function to enable them to live independent and pain-free lives.

The free event will be held Saturday, Sept. 21, from 12 to 1 p.m., at the center, 24 Lyman St., Suite 140. Complimentary lunch and beverages will be served.

Mature adults, adult children of mature adults, caregivers, and healthcare professionals are invited to visit and meet the ActiveRx staff as well as members who have made remarkable gains in their strength and ability.

Reservations are suggested by calling 508-329-1163.

 

New yoga classes for fall

Westborough – SOHUM Yoga and Meditation Studio is off to a great start and had a well-attended open house recently. New events for September include: “Yoga for Cancer Support,” Wednesdays 6:45-7:45 p.m., addressing the physical and emotional needs of those touched by cancer; “Eating for Energy” workshop, Saturday, Sept. 21, to learn how to stay energized throughout the day; and “Finding and Strengthening your Core Container” workshop, Saturday, Sept. 28, focusing on building a brand new body that sustains itself effortlessly through the years.

SOHUM Yoga is located at 30 Lyman St., Suite 108B. For more information, call 508-329-3338 or visit www.Sohum.org.

 

Local lawyers selected as best in nation

Rich Van Nostrand (photo/submitted)

Rich Van Nostrand (photo/submitted)

Elizabeth Greene (photo/submitted)

Elizabeth Greene (photo/submitted)

Jonathan Sigel (photo/submitted)

Jonathan Sigel (photo/submitted)

Region – Southborough resident Elizabeth Greene, Westborough resident Jonathan Sigel, and Northborough resident Rich Van Nostrand have been recognized as “Best Lawyers in America” for 2014 by “Best Lawyers,” one of the oldest publications in the legal profession highlighting the most outstanding attorneys.

They are all attorneys at Mirick O’Connell, which has offices in Westborough, Worcester and Boston. A total of 14 lawyers from the firm were recognized as “Best Lawyers.”

A partner and a member of the Mirick O’Connell’s Management Committee, Van Nostrand was selected in the category of “Commercial Litigation and Litigation-Labor and Employment.”

Greene is a partner in Mirick O’Connell’s Litigation Group and was selected for inclusion in the category of “Medical Malpractice Law – Defendants.”

Sigel is a partner in the firm’s Labor, Employment, and Employee Benefits Group and was selected by his peers in the field of “Employment Law – Management.”

 

Fay School to present children’s sing-along Sept. 28

Southborough – The Fay School will be presenting an interactive sing-along with children’s musician and songwriter Jeannie Mack Saturday, Sept.  28, from 10 – 11 a.m. This is a lively and fun performance for children that will have them singing, dancing, and clapping the entire time. There will be a complimentary snack after the performance.

Fay School will be hosting this event as part of its monthly “Saturdays at Fay” program. Events are held at Fay’s Primary School, 25 Middle Road and designed for children ages 2-8 along with their parents. The events are free to attend but guests need to register online to reserve a spot at www.fayschool.org/saturdays.

For more information contact Nicole Casey at 508-490-8204 or ncasey@fayschool.org.

 

Patina now open in Northborough

Northborough – Patina, a unique vintage furniture shop that also carries home accessories, jewelry, and scarves, is now open at 276 West Main St., Northborough. They also offer custom painting for your pieces. The shop is open Monday and Tuesday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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