Business briefs, March 16 edition


Business briefs, March 16 editionVCA Animal Hospitals announces Best Care Starter packages

VCA Animal Hospitals are pleased to announce their Best Care Starter packages for puppies and kittens, all at affordable prices. The new offering includes three visits – three physical exams, all vaccines, two intestinal parasite exams, deworming treatments each visit, microchip and/or annual enrollment, and much more. See VCA Animal Hospital’s ad in this issue for more information and contact numbers for the Westborough, Northborough and Worcester locations. Mention you saw VCA”S Best Care Little Bundles program in the Community Advocate for this outstanding offer.


Dad-Daughter Cupcake Wars March 23 at Culinary Underground

Do dad and daughter need some quality one-on-one time? On Friday, March 23, Parent/Child: Dad-Daughter Cupcake Wars! will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Culinary Underground School for Home Cooks in Southborough. Dads and girls will find there’s nothing like cooking competitions to ensure a little bonding. Team up and get creative! For girls ages 10 to 14, tuition for the workshop is $95 and includes both father and daughter. Stop by the recently modernized Southborough location at 21 Turnpike Road/Route 9 West in Brickyard Square, where there’s plenty of room to experiment and learn. For more information, visit or call 508-904-6589.


Registrations begins for summer and fall at Charlotte Klein Dance Centers

Charlotte Klein Dance Centers are now accepting registration for summer and fall classes. Visit their website,, for a complete schedule of “Excellence In Dance Education” preschool to pre-professional classes or preview their ad in the Community Advocate Camp Guide.


Find out about Financial, Retirement & Estate Planning for Women April 3

Business briefs, March 16 edition
Carolyn Spring. Photo/Submitted

April 3, from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., “Financial, Retirement & Estate Planning for Women” (men are welcome, too!) will be held at Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, 215 Fitchburg St., Marlborough. Do you feel intimidated by money, estate or retirement planning? Do you want to know more about them, but don’s know what to do? Have you asked and been given a pat on the head and told not to worry about it? If you said yes to any of these questions, then this Assabet After Dark course is for you. To register, visit or call 800-537-6663. For more information, contact Carolyn Spring at 508-898-1835 or [email protected].







New clinical manager of endoscopy joins Marlborough Hospital team

Business briefs, March 16 edition
Karen Toland, BS, RN, CGRN. Photo/Submitted

Karen O. Moore, president and CEO of Marlborough Hospital, has announced that Karen Toland, BS, RN, CGRN has been selected as the new clinical manager of endoscopy at Marlborough Hospital. Toland will manage the endoscopy services at both Marlborough Hospital and the Marlborough Hospital Endoscopy Center located at 28 Newton St., Southborough. She has extensive nursing and management experience in the clinical field of endoscopy. She is a member of the Organization of Nurse Leaders, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and a member of the Society of Gastroenterology Nurses and Associates-Northeast Region. She is certified in the specialty of endoscopy.





Summer dance programs at Rhythm Dance Company

Business briefs, March 16 edition

Rhythm Dance Company, 57 East Main St., Westborough, is pleased to announce their 2012 summer programs. Princess Dance Camps for ages 3 to 5 and Rhythm Dance Camps for ages 5 to 7 will both start July 9, and the full-day Summer Dance for ages 8 and older starts July 16. Also, August weekly open classes, including weekly drop-in classes, are July 31 to Aug. 22. See their ad in this week’s Community Advocate Camp Guide for more dates and times or check out their website,, for more details and added programs and classes.

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