Business briefs, May 17 edition

Summer programs at Worcester Academy offer wide range


Worcester – Worcester Academy, 81 Providence St., Worcester, will be offering a wide range of summer programs to meet all types and levels of interests. Many of the programs are drawn from the school's challenging, comprehensive program of academics, athletics, and the arts, and feature seasoned and talented teachers and coaches from the Worcester Academy faculty. Camps include science, visual arts, Worcester Academy summer arts (WASA), robotics, and multimedia media. There are also soccer, basketball, football, and volleyball, as well as multi-sport camps available. To find out more, visit www.worcesteracademy.org or call 508-754-5302.


Homa's Hair Salon offers Boston Marathon donation special



Westborough – Homa's Hair Salon, located at 57 East Main St., is offering a free haircut for all first-time customers with a donation to the Boston Marathon victims. This special expires June 21, 2013. All donations will be accepted; 100 percent will be donated to the victims to help with their expenses. To find out more, call 508-366-3666.










Miss Tanya's Nursery School thanks local businesses

The children at Miss Tanya's Nursery School wore pillowcases to become

The children at Miss Tanya's Nursery School wore pillowcases to become “teeth” while the hygienists showed them how to brush. photo/submitted

Westborough – The children at Miss Tanya's Nursery School in Westborough would like to thank Children's Dentistry of Northborough for sending their dental hygienists in to teach the children how to take good care of their teeth. The children would also like to thank the many businesses around the rotary, including the eyeglass shop, flower shop, Avidia Bank, and the Police Station, for letting the children visit.








Marlborough Hospital opens welcomes new physiatrist



Marlborough – Marlborough Hospital, in partnership with the UMass Memorial Medical Center, has again expanded its musculoskeletal services with the opening of a new Spine Center at the hospital. In addition to joint replacement, knee and shoulder surgery, fracture care, and sports medicine, the Spine Center offers minimally invasive care and injection therapy for patients with pain and non-operative issues. To facilitate this growth, Robert Deters, MD, a physiatrist, has joined the medical staff. Physiatrists diagnose and treat both acute pain and chronic pain and specialize in a wide variety of nonsurgical treatments for the musculoskeletal system. Dr. Deters will be seeing patients at Marlborough Hospital on Fridays. To schedule an appointment, call 508-334-0776.


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