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Business briefs, Nov. 8 edition

ActiveRx -Westborough offering free service for veterans and their spouses

Westborough – Throughout the month of November, in the spirit of Veterans Day, ActiveRx – Westborough would like to honor veterans, and their spouses (or widows or widowers), by offering a free ActiveEval and two week trial membership to its 24 Lyman St., Suite 140, Westborough location.

Whether you’re currently active, feel yourself slowing down and unable to physically function the way that you used to, ActiveRx can help get you going and keep you going. ActiveRx's purpose is the help aging adults to preserve and rebuild their functional strength. ActiveRx – Westborough is owned and managed by a veteran. Call to schedule your ActiveEval today, 508-329-8276. For more information visit www.activerx.com/active-aging-centers/ma/westborough.

 

Heart & Stone Jewelry to host event to benefit Shrewsbury schools

This new Special Places Charm has the Shrewsbury coordinates engraved on it. Photo/submitted

This new Special Places Charm has the Shrewsbury coordinates engraved on it. Photo/submitted

Northborough—Join Heart & Stone Jewelry, 269 West Main St., as they open up their studio doors Thursday, Nov.? 14 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. for a jumpstart on your holiday shopping and to benefit the Shrewsbury Public Schools.

Heart & Stone will be showcasing its latest Special Places Charm which includes engraved coordinates for the town of Shrewsbury. Ten percent of all sales of this charm, as well as the event, will be donated to the Shrewsbury Public Schools Foundation and Shrewsbury Education Foundation. There will be raffles and local vendors such as Mariwear, Bloomy's Buffs & Guitar Pick Jewelry, J Briggs & Co, and more will also be making generous donations.

For more information about the event or for vendor opportunities, visit www.heartandstonejewelry.com or email Julie Booras at julie@heartandstonejewelry.com.

 

 

 

Green Thumb Café will help you get ready for the holidays

Westborough – Green Thumb's Café will be open during the holiday season. Come enjoy hot beverages and yummy treats while shopping for new arrivals such as a wide variety of wreaths, trees, roping, door swags, kissing balls and much more. Mark your calendar for Santa's visit Saturday Dec. 14. Bring your wish list – he'sl be checking it twice! Visit www.thegreenthumbwestboro.com for details and fall winter hours or drop by and browse at its 187 Turnpike Road (Route 9 west) location.

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