Business briefs, July 20 edition

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Mugford's Flower Shoppe participates in farmers” market

Westborough – Mugford's Flower Shoppe, located at 5 Warburton Ln. (Route 30), Westborough, is pleased to announce that, once again, they are participating in the Westborough Farmers” Market. The market is in operation Thursdays, from 1 to 7 p.m., at the corner of Church Street and W. Main Street. For more information on Mugford's Flower Shoppe, visit www.mugfords.com.

 

Westwood Swing Band entertains full crowd

Business briefs, July 20 edition
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Westborough – On July 11, Westwood Swing Band gave a jazzy performance at The Willows at Westborough as part of The Willows” annual free summer concert series, held Wednesdays at 7:15 p.m. through Aug. 8. Residents, families and locals flocked to The Willows” Rose Garden to enjoy the live 45-minute show. Concert donations and food sale proceeds went to the Westborough Cultural Council. The Willows at Westborough is part of SALMON Health and Retirement. Go to www.SALMONHealthAndRetirement.com to learn more. The public is invited to attend the July 25 performance, which will feature the John Penny Band.

 

 

 

Pet food product demo July 28 at Pets Gone Healthy

Marlborough – Sandie and Ken Wheeler of Pets Gone Healthy, along with their store mascot, Tori, invite you to join them Saturday, July 28, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., when a representative from Fromm Family Foods will be visiting for a pet food demo. Fromm Family Foods is a family-owned and -operated company passionately dedicated to the art of creating the highest quality natural pet foods and treats for dogs and cats. Stop in for product samples, information and refreshments … and don's forget to enter the Pets Gone Healthy drawing for great prizes. Pets Gone Healthy is located at 505 Boston Post Road West (Route 20) on the Northborough/Marlborough line. Visit www.petsgonehealthy.com for more information.

 

Clinton Savings Bank supports Hands On Nature

Business briefs, July 20 edition
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Berlin – Clinton Savings Bank recently donated $500 to support the summer program at Hands On Nature, an educational outdoor nature program located in Berlin for preschool and elementary school children. Hands on Nature provides a place for children to explore, enjoy and directly experience the beauty of nature. In this photo, Robert J. Paulhus Jr. (back row, center), president and CEO of Clinton Savings Bank, joins Heather Simpson (second from left), founder and director of Hands on Nature, and a group of children from the program with the creatures they'se found at the pond.