Business briefs, Oct. 25 edition
Shrewsbury Nursing and Rehabilitation Center to host open house
Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury Nursing and Rehabilitation Center will be hosting an open house to celebrate veterans Sunday, Nov. 3, from 8:30-11:30 a.m. at its 40 Julio Drive location. Please RSVP to Latasha Hughes at 508-845-6786.
The special guest will be Michael Bellows of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. All are invited to enjoy a breakfast buffet. Tours of the facility will also be available.
Dancers march in Spirit of Shrewsbury Parade
Shrewsbury – Twenty dancers from Laurene Aldorisio’s Academy of Dance Expressions, ages 12 – 16, marched down Main Street in full dance attire in the Spirit of Shrewsbury Parade Sept. 29. Community pride and civic participation play a major role in the studio’s philosophy of volunteerism and giving back to the community.
Dance Expressions is located at 45 East Main Street, Westborough, MA. For further information regarding its community outreach programs and schedule of classes, visit the website www.laurenedanceexpressions.com, like them on Facebook or call the studio at 508-836-3608.
Cornerstone Academy to host open house
Northborough – Cornerstone Academy, an elementary preparatory school for grades K-6, will be hosting its fall open house Sunday, Nov. 3, from 2 – 4 p.m., at its 5 Oak Avenue location.
Cornerstone’s education is like “organic food, not processed or watered down… encouraging the student to nourish their mind and body at the academy.”
For more information visit their website at www.cornerstoneacademy.org or call 508-351-9976.
Mark’s Moving & Storage, Inc. gives back to communities
Westborough – Mark’s Moving & Storage, Inc. recently participated in two events geared towards giving back to its community.
Last month, the company provided a tractor and moving trailer for the second annual Employment Options family festival held in Hudson. The “Touch a Truck” event included equipment from the Massachusetts National Guard, State Police, the American Red Cross, Patriot Ambulance, and Mark’s Moving. The company also supplied a truck and crew to bring food, tables, and other supplies back and forth from the event.
Earlier in the summer the company participated in “Move for Hunger,” a national initiative to provide trucks and labor to deliver customer-donated food items to local pantries. And in June Mark’s Moving was honored with a “Certificate of Generational Achievement” from Northeastern University’s Center for Family Business during its annual Family Business Awards.
Mark’s Moving is located at 111 Milk St. For more information visit www.marksmoving.com.
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