Business briefs, Oct. 5 edition


Meet the dental team at Dental Solutions of Northboro

Dr. Jasna Kun. Photo/Submitted

Northborough – Dental Solutions of Northboro, located at 367 West Main Street, Northborough, would like to invite their patients and friends to their open house Friday, Oct. 12, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Dr. Jasna Kun is pleased to announce that she took over Dr. Pfeifer's practice. The Dental Solutions of Northboro has two part-time general dentists, with Dr. Kun providing endodontic treatment. Dr. Kun is a graduate of Boston University, where she also received her certificate in Endodontics. She has been practicing Endodontics in the area for the last 13 years. She is dedicated in providing dental care to underprivileged children, and has traveled to many undeveloped countries in Asia and Central America for this purpose.



Ski Barn in Westborough offering specials through Oct. 14

Westborough – The Ski Barn has announced its grand re-opening inside the Green Thumb's beautiful post-and-beam barn at 187 Turnpike Rd. (Route 9 West), Westborough. They are currently offering many grand re-opening specials through Sunday, Oct. 14. Look for their ad with valuable savings coupons in this week's Community Advocate. Also, they are offering trade in used kids” skis and boards for new; see store for details. Store hours are Monday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and Sunday, from 12 to 5 p.m.


U.S. Tae Kwon Do demo team participates at St. Mary's Festival


Shrewsbury – Sept. 15 and 16, a U.S Tae Kwon Do performance was held at the Saint Mary's Festival. Participating members included Eddie Jeong, Gustavo Galvez, Amanda Borelli, Jeffery Bergeron, Alec Fannin, Sabrina Borelli, Henry Lonstein, Ian Choi, Gaurav, Chris Virdinlia, Tyler Virdinlia, Stephen Carlson, Patrick Tai, Nam Le, Lea Iodice, Nathaniel Stern, Sal Iaconi, and Alex Jeong. The U.S. Tae Kwon Do demo team has traveled to many different competitions in New England, and has been undefeated. All the members have achieved their Black Belts through rigorous training and a never-give-up attitude. As they performed, they “emitted an awe-inspiring confidence, standing tall, yelling loudly and ultimately enjoying the art of tae kwon do.”