Business Briefs, July 15 edition

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Tower Hill to host Annual Family Picnic

Tower Hill Botanic Garden will hold its first annual Family Picnic Sunday, July 17, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Planned activities for the day include an outdoor scavenger hunt with prizes, a fairy garden and gnome home workshop, face painting, live alpacas, and two family concerts with Carrie Rowan and Chuck & Mudd. Visitors may purchase from a barbecue menu or are welcome to bring their own picnics. The event will be held rain or shine. Admission is free for members and children/youth under 18, and $10 and $7, respectively, for non-member adults and seniors. Tower Hill Botanic Garden is located at 11 French Dr. in Boylston and can be visited online at www.towerhillbg.org.

New in Culinary Underground's Kitchen Corner: Stuff for Kids

Looking for a gift for the cooking-mad child? Then check out Culinary Underground School for Home Cooks in Southborough. Sassafras Enterprises makes some terrific baking kits for kids and they are now available in Culinary Underground's Kitchen Corner. Kits include princess cupcakes, disgusting eyeball cupcakes (Halloween's not that far away), and cupcakes for pirates. Come on in, take a look, and browse the store. Culinary Underground can be visited online at www.culinaryunderground.com for more information.

Fallon Clinic to change name to Reliant Medical Group

Fallon Clinic, a large multi-specialty medical group practice in Central Massachusetts, has announced that it will be changing its name this fall to Reliant Medical Group. The organization also will be changing its logo to reflect its affiliation with Atrius Health. As an Atrius Health affiliate, Fallon Clinic will continue to function as a locally operated, multi-specialty medical group serving Central Massachusetts. Name confusion with Fallon Community Health Plan has been pervasive since the two organizations split in 2004. Reliant Medical Group will have the same physicians, the same offices, accept the same insurances, and provide the same personalized care and service that has become a hallmark of the organization. For more information on Fallon Clinic, please visit www.fallonclinic.org.

“Learning from the Heart” workshop begins Aug. 1

“Learning from the Heart,” a free workshop series for children who struggle academically and/or emotionally, will run from Aug. 1 to Aug. 26 at Boroughs Family Branch YMCA, 4 Valente Dr., Westborough. The program is designed for those ages 7 to 19 who find school and relationship-building to be challenging. The goal of the program is to make reading, writing and math easier as students and their parents experience movements designed to grow the brain. Students and parents will meet on Monday and Friday evenings, at 7 p.m., for a total of eight sessions. For more information on the program, contact Betsy Moquin at [email protected] or Mary Kate Christie at [email protected]

Clinton Savings Bank announced that it has promoted Joan E. Moran, a 21-year veteran at the bank, to vice president, senior retail lending officer. In her new role, Moran will not only direct the bank's residential lending business and mortgage origination, which she handled in her previous role, but also be responsible for consumer lending operations as well. A graduate of Fitchburg State College with a degree in education, Moran is a lifelong resident of Clinton. Established in 1851, Clinton Savings Bank has six full-service branches in Berlin, Bolton, Boylston, Clinton, Sterling and West Boylston. For more information, visit clintonsavings.com.