1. Georgetown business Urban Grazing opened Oct. 1. The business offers charcuterie-style grazing boxes that include meats, cheeses, crackers, nuts, fruit and more, as well as disposable boards with similar items. Patrons can rent a board or use their own, owner Tessa Cardwell said. The business also plans to expand to dessert boxes soon. Urban Grazing does not have a storefront, but orders can be made on social media at www.Instagram.com/urbangrazingtx or www.facebook.com/urbangrazingtx or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. Georgetown’s Smile Haus Modern Family Dentistry and Orthodontics expanded with an Austin office Sept. 1. This is the third office for the practice, which has two locations in Georgetown. Smile Haus offers general dentistry, such as routine cleanings; replacement of teeth, including implants, dentures, crowns and bridges; root canal treatment; gum treatment; and cosmetic rehabilitation. Each dentist at the practice is also trained in Invisalign. The two Georgetown locations are: 113 E. University Ave., Georgetown, 512-863-3379; and 3737 Williams Drive, Georgetown, 512-863-8559. www.smilehausdental.com
3. Georgetown resident Wayne Rhoden received the Sharie Lanza Ambassador lifetime achievement award from the Texas Master Gardener Association on Nov. 3 for his continued leadership and service to the organization. Rhoden has served in the Williamson County Master Gardener Association for 23 years. The Williamson County Master Gardeners is a Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and an educational program where volunteers specialize in gardening and horticulture. The Williamson County Extension Office is located at 100 Wilco Way, Ste. AG201, Georgetown. 512-943-3300. https://txmg.org/williamson/