Business briefs, Jan. 13 edition

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Baby Buck day at Children's Orchard

For one day only, Saturday, Jan. 14, get newborn through 12-month clothing for just one dollar at Children's Orchard. The offer is good on resale clothing $4.99 or less. Store credit will not be valid for Baby Buck items, and the sale can's be combined with any other offers or coupons. Also, there will be a limit of 20 Baby Buck items per household. Children's Orchard is located at 18 Lyman St., the Westborough Shopping Center, Westborough. To find out more, visit www.childrensorchard.com or call 1-508-366-5437.

 

ArtmakerZ – Art For Kids begins this February

Gastonart & Frame of Shrewsbury is pleased to announce that registration for children's art classes is now open. ArtmakerZ, a division of Gastonart, will offer independent art lessons for children in grades 1 through 8 beginning in February. Classes will run for eight weeks and focus on basic to intermediate art skills. Children will explore and experience a variety of mediums while producing fun, creative and challenging art projects. Class size will be limited, and the cost is $180 for eight one-hour sessions, including all materials and supplies. Sibling discounts are available. To register or for more information, call 1-508-754-3700 or visit www.artmakerz.com.

 

Get in Shape for Women holds open house Jan. 14

You'se invited to an open house Saturday, Jan. 14, from 1 to 3 p.m., at Get in Shape for Women in Westborough and Northborough. As part of the event, women can receive $100 off any session package when they sign up at the open house. Get in Shape for Women is located at 45 East Main St., Unit 10, Westborough and 318 Main St., Northborough. For more information, visit www.getinshapeforwomen.com or call 1-508 329-1406 (Westborough location) and 1-508-466-8529 (Northborough location).

 

Culinary Underground to offer Help! Kitchen Fix-It Workshop Jan. 19

Culinary Underground School for Home Cooks in Southborough is now offering a Help! Kitchen Fix-It Workshop, scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 19, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Amateur or professional, we'se all had kitchen disasters, some of them funny and others that provoked tears or even resulted in a frantic call to the fire department. Let Chef Heather boost your confidence by showing you how to avoid recipe mistakes and how to correct mistakes when they do happen. Cost is $75 and registration is required. For more information or to register, call 1-508-904-6589 or visit www.culinaryunderground.com.

 

Rocky's Ace Hardware pet food drive a success

Rocky's Ace Hardware, a family-owned business with 33 neighborhood-based stores, is proud to announce the results of their first annual pet food drive. Well over two tons (4,000 pounds) of pet food, along with beds, leashes, treats, toys and cleaning supplies, were collected and delivered to local animal shelters. Each of the stores partnered with an area humane society or shelter to collect food this holiday season for the much forgotten and unfortunate animals in our own community. “The outpouring from our customers was really heartwarming. The collection total well-surpassed our expectations. All of us at Rocky's extend sincere thanks to our neighbors who gave so generously,” said Rocco Falcone, president and CEO. For more information on Rocky's Ace Hardware, visit www.rockys.com.

 

Webster Five Cents Savings Bank donates $7,500

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The Webster Five Foundation, as part of the Web of Caring to Make a Difference program, recently announced that it will donate $7,500 to Nichols College to support its collaborative program with the Boys & Girls Club of Webster-Dudley. The partnership between Nichols College and the Boys & Girls Club helps to meet the needs of the club members by providing a safe and caring environment for children after school. The collaborative program also provides participating college students with a valuable work-study opportunity. Webster Five Cents Savings Bank is a full-service, $540 million savings bank with branch offices in Webster, Dudley, Oxford, Auburn, Worcester and Shrewsbury.