Tasty Waves Frozen Yogurt Cafe on Main Street in New Milford has added healthy lunch and snack goods to its fare.

In addition to the self-serve frozen yogurt, toppings, baked goods and bagels, Tasty Waves now offers lunch wraps filled with turkey, cheese and bacon, pinwheels filled with breaded chicken breast, mozzarella, and bell peppers, and fresh chicken Caesar, chef and garden salads, as well as healthy snacks, like carrots with hummus.

Tasty Waves, at 7 Main St., opens daily at 7 a.m. It closes Sundays through Thursdays at 9:30 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays at 11 p.m.

Kyle Brady of Nicholas/Tobin Insurance in New Milford recently became a member of a very select group of State Auto independent agents -- PaceSetter agents, for State Auto Insurance Companies in Columbus, Ohio.

In the coming months, State Auto sales personnel will work closely with PaceSetter agents, like Brady, in forming a sales alliance and providing professional assistance and feedback, as necessary.

State Auto operates in 43 states and is rated A (Excellent) by A.M. Best Co., an independent rater of insurance companies.

Hands and Paws-Reiki for All is up and running for business in New Milford.

The business at 375 Danbury Road (Route 7 South), co-owned by Mary Oquendo and Pam Pollard, celebrated its grand opening March 16.

Hands and Paws-Reiki for All is a wellness center ofering healing treatments, meditation, and wellness workshops to people and their pets.

Services include Reiki, crystal therapy, meditation, health and wellness workshops, and Reiki practitioner shares.

The co-owners are Reiki maters.

Pollard is also experienced in homeopathic therapy and is the former owner of Bethel Reiki.

Oquendo is a certified pet tech instructor, certified crystal healer, a columnist for Groomer To Groomer, and owner of Pawsitively Pretty Mobile Grooming Salon.

For more information, call 203-994-5308, visit www.handsandpawsreiki.com or email mary@handsandpawsreiki.com.

Union Savings Bank has eight new corporators, including four people with connections to the Greater New Milford area.

Bank president and CEO Fran Dattalo and chairman of the board Jack Tyransky made the announcement.

"Corporators play an important role for the bank, most importantly, serving as ambassadors and community liaisons," Dattalo said. "They regularly refer new business and provide valuable feedback to management on the bank's performance and perception in the community to help management ensure the bank is meeting customer and community expectations."

New corporators include Michael Ackerman, owner and CEO of the Pantry in Washington Depot; David Begin, president and CEO of Chemical Marketing Concepts LLC in New Milford; Valerie Sedelnick, co-owner, president and CEO of Washington Supply Co. in Washington Depot; and Ralph E. Williams III, a CPA and co-owner of Connecticut Business Services LLC in New Milford.

The Business Buzz is a Spectrum feature for local businesses to announce openings, anniversaries, personnel changes and other news. Information should be mailed or dropped off at The Greater New Milford Spectrum, 45B Main St., New Milford, CT 06776; faxed to 860-350-6794; or emailed to drose@newstimes.com.