n A junior Jazzercise Halloween camp will be offered Oct. 25 from 1 to 4 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church on Route 7 North in New Milford.

The camp will include Halloween-themed refreshments and a free canvas trick-or-treat bag the campers will take home with them to use on Halloween.

Participants should dress to exercise in comfortable clothing.

Admission is $35 per child.

For more information on the Halloween camp or Jazzercise, call Erika Hagan at 203-894-1316.

n Cooper Creek Bed and Breakfast, one of the oldest restored inns in Kent, is celebrating its sixth anniversary.

In recognition of the occasion, an autumn special is available.

The bed and breakfast is a circa 1820's Greek revival farmhouse.

In the mid 1800's Mrs. Skiff, of Skiff Mountain fame, owned the farmhouse and property, which included 95 acres.

The land was sold off over the years and today the inn sits on two and a half acres on Route 7.

For more information, contact innkeeper/owner Mary Botway at 860-927-4334 or e-mail mtbotway@yahoo.com.

n Dr. Anne Chiang, a medical oncologist with more than a decade of experience in cancer research and patient care, has been appointed as director of medical oncology at the Regional Cancer Center at New Milford Hospital.

As director, Dr. Chiang will lead the medical oncology program and oversee clinical initiatives to ensure the continued growth of the center, which recently marked its 10th anniversary.

Dr. Chiang joined the hospital's medical staff in August 2008 and has been serving as the acting medical director.

She is associated in private practice with Drs. Ivan Lowenthal, Michael Magnifico, Jedd Levine, Debra Brandt, and Gerard Kruger at Connecticut Oncology and Hematology based in northwestern Connecticut.

Prior to her fellowship at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Dr. Chiang completed an internship and residency at New York-Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia Medical Center and subsequently served in academic roles as an assistant attending physician at both institutions between 2002 and 2008.

Board certified in medical oncology and internal medicine, Dr. Chiang earned her medical degree at Weill Medical College of Cornell University, a Ph.D. from Harvard University and an undergraduate degree from Princeton University.

A Fulbright Fellow in 1987-88, Dr. Chiang was the recipient of several grant awards for cancer research, including the ASCO Young Investigator and Cancer Development Award, and has published articles in Clinical Cancer Research, Molecular and Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, and several other clinical and scientific journals.

Dr. Chiang is a member of the American Society of Oncology.

n YardApes in New Milford recently made a donation to the construction of a new greenhouse for Naugatuck Valley Community College.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the greenhouse was held Oct. 16.

The greenhouse is part of the recently completed Technology Hall.

The Business Buzz is a Spectrum feature for local businesses to announce openings, anniversaries, personnel changes and other news.

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