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Yo Bubble employees Thep Phoubandith, Megan Truong, Tinh Nguyen and Tuan Trinh are ready to serve up some customer favorites.

Bubble Tea Comes to Urbana

Yo Bubble, offering non-fat frozen yogurt and bubble tea, opened last month at 3327 Worthington Boulevard.

The store, owned by Janet Wu of Germantown and Tina Trinh of Urbana, is open Monday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 8 p.m.

Customers can help themselves to self-serve frozen yogurt in a variety of flavors as well as tons of toppings, from fruits, candies and nuts to sprinkles and graham crackers. Yo Bubble’s signature drink is bubble tea with flavors including: strawberry, passion fruit, honeydew, mango, green apple, peach and kiwi.

“After searching the area, we found that there were no yogurt places. They were only in D.C. and Montgomery Mall. Not in Frederick,” Wu said of the decision to open in Urbana.

Yo Bubble has five other employees. For more information about Yo Bubble including nutritional content, visit yo-bubble.com.

Tae Kwon Do and More Opens in Urbana

Jeong’s Tae Kwon Do offering self defense, yoga, cardio kickboxing and after-school programs opens
Jan. 21 in the Urbana Shopping Center.

The academy offers classes for all ages. Tae Kwon Do instruction is taught by Master Do Yung, a Korean Olympian in the art of Tae Kwon Do.

A schedule is available by logging on to www.jeongstkd.com or by calling 301.874.4706. Classes are held on two floors of the 1,900-square-foot space.

New Restaurant Features Steak and Seafood

The owners of Callahan’s Restaurant in Frederick are opening a new restaurant in Urbana. The Atlantic Grille was tentatively scheduled to open on Jan. 28 in the Village of Urbana on John Simmons Street. The owners are the Klisas family — father Peter, son George and daughter Natalie.

“We like the Urbana community. It is a young community; my daughter and son will run it primarily, and they relate to that well,” Peter Klisas said.

The 5,000-square-foot restaurant seats up to 115 people, and the family expects to employ about 25.

Entrees are priced between $15 and $24 with specialties including hand cut Angus beef steak and fresh seafood. The Atlantic Grille will also offer an affordable kids’ menu.

The restaurant includes a main dining area and large bar section which seats up to 45 people. The design is modern and contemporary.

For more information about the restaurant, visit www.atlanticgrilleurbana.com

New Veterinary Practice Plans May Opening

Dr. Nancy Little, DVM, wants to be sure animals have a calm, courteous and complete place to go for their medical needs.

That place will be the Village Vet of Urbana located at 3313 Worthington Boulevard. Little is bringing her 20 years of veterinary experience to this new facility where she will provide clients with top-notch, high tech medical treatment in a welcoming spa atmosphere.

Little’s services include the latest in medical treatment including a 2011 laser therapy system used as a resource tool to speed wound healing, treat arthritis and other ailments. She will offer full orthopedic and laparoscopic surgical services as well as other veterinary services in this full-equipped clinic/hospital.

Little said she is designing the facility to have a calm, spa-like atmosphere to help ease the nerves of anxious patients. An air purifying water feature will be operating to provide a tranquil atmosphere.

The facility is 2,600 square feet and is expected to open in May.

Rotary Announces February Speakers

This month the following speakers are scheduled to attend the Southern Frederick County Rotary meeting from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. at the Turning Point Real Estate Offices. The speaker events are open to the public:

Feb. 3 — Jeff Thiebert, Concord Coalition
Feb. 10 — Andy Bauer, Federal Reserve
Feb. 17 — Kirsten Dailey, Director, Career Tech
Feb. 24 — Bob Morrison, Banking/Money Matters

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