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Business briefs, Jan.31 edition

Rhythm Dance Company raises $2,000 for Best Buddies

Members of the Rhythm Dance Company in Westborough performed to raise money for Best Buddies. (Photo/submitted)

Members of the Rhythm Dance Company in Westborough performed to raise money for Best Buddies. (Photo/submitted)

Northborough/Westborough ? Rhythm Dance Company (RDC) in Westborough recently raised $2,000 for Best Buddies Algonquin, a student-run organization that creates friendships for students with intellectual disabilities. The funds will be used to send student leaders to the national Best Buddies conference.

The studio holds a performance every January and donates the profits to a local charity.?This year's event had over 250 people in attendance with 50 acts performing on stage at Algonquin Regional High School. In the final act, dancers in the audience and Best Buddies chapter members joined in a group dance on stage.

For more information about RDC, visit www.rhythmdanceco.com or call 508-366-1003.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Clinton Savings Bank promotes four employees

Clinton – Clinton Savings Bank (CSB) announced that it has promoted four employees who, according to a press release from the bank, “regularly demonstrate their value and commitment to the bank, its customers, and the community.”

Those employees are: Mary T. Dean, promoted to commercial loan officer; Robert P. Fontaine, promoted to assistant vice president/senior mortgage officer; Naika N. Novoa, promoted to senior loan servicing representative; and Paula E. Paldino, promoted to assistant vice president/compliance manager.

The bank also announced that Mark M. Geres has been hired as AVP/Mortgage Originator. In this position, he will be responsible for connecting existing homeowners and potential homebuyers with the mortgage and home loan solutions that fit their individual needs. He will also serve as an officer of the bank.

For more information, visit clintonsavings.com.

 

Southgate at Shrewsbury celebrates 25th anniversary

Shrewsbury – What started as a field and a vision in 1987, turned into a reality in 1989, when Southgate at Shrewsbury opened its doors. Architecturally pleasing and set on 30 acres of beautifully manicured lawns and gardens, Southgate is more than its elegant appointments. Constantly evolving to suit the modern senior, “Living Well” is a motto that Southgate prides itself on fulfilling for all members of its close-knit community as it celebrates its 25th anniversary.

This-well planned community's amenities inspire a style of retirement living that is active, enriching, and worry free to all who live there. Southgate is located at 30 Julio Drive.

 

Evening of fashion and beauty in Westborough

Dr. Jean Keamy (left) and Heather Vicidomino at Lyn Evans Potpourri Designs in Westborough. (Photo/submitted)

Dr. Jean Keamy (left) and Heather Vicidomino at Lyn Evans Potpourri Designs in Westborough. (Photo/submitted)

Westborough – Dr. Jean Keamy of Keamy Eye & Laser Centre and Heather Vicidomino of Lyn Evans Potpourri Designs recently celebrated an evening of fashion and beauty at the Lyn Evans store in Westborough. Attendees saw the latest fashion trends. They also heard about the latest in Botox, dermal fillers, and facial aesthetic trends.

 

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