WellesleyWeston Magazine

SUMMER 2013

Launched in 2005, WellesleyWeston Magazine is a quarterly publication tailored to Wellesley and Weston residents and edited to enrich the experience of living in two of Massachusetts' most desirable communities.

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inbox agents nationwide. from the Chatham Squire Restaurant, the gallery Mary Beth's expert- will exhibit works by top Cape Cod and other ise in the distinctive accomplished regional artists. The newly renovated home market for space has been home to a fine art gallery since suburban Boston 1969. J. Todd will show mostly contemporary and coupled with her transitional original paintings of high quality by well involvement in the established and emerging artists. community gives her a unique advantage Mary Beth Mosher Grimm in facilitating relation- 3Nigohsian Carpet & Rug Co. of Needham is proud to celebrate its 85th anniversary as a family ships between buy- owned and operated business. Charlene Nigohsian ers and sellers. Visit is the third generation owner. The Nigohsian secret Century Bank announced that Alice Edwards to 85 years of success is simple: Provide carpet has joined their team as Vice President of and area rugs of exceptional quality backed by Business Development. A long-time Wellesley outstanding customer service. Visit the designer resident, Ms. Edwards has a rich history pro- MaryBethGrimm.com for more information. 3Elizabeth Hall Olszewski of Hall Educational Resources, Wellesley, has been accepted as a member of the Independent Educational viding financial services to area clients for Charlene Nigohsian more than two decades. Her comprehensive Consultants Association. Elizabeth specializes in and personalized approach, coupled with her helping families findsolutions for their child's edu- expertise, make her an ideal addition to the cational needs and Century family. At Century Bank, Ms. serves all types of Edwards will positively impact the community learning profiles. and better serve her clients with tailored She works with fami- financial solutions. lies to assess options, identify Massachusetts celebrates the efforts of local FAYFOTO/BOSTON alternatives, and prepare a game plan to schools and awards deserving recipients for their ensure their stu- Elizabeth Hall Olszewski showroom conveniently located off Route 128 in Needham. Visit www.nigohsiancarpet.com or call leadership in environmental awareness and actions dent's strengths, 781.444.7847 (RUGS). in their schools and communities. interests, and potential are represented in the best light. For more information, contact 3Have you seen Saturn's rings? The Clay Center Observatory at Dexter-Southfield Schools in Adam Goldman 3North Hill has been recognized info@halleducationalresources.com or call Brookline is open once a week in the fall and 781.304.4716. spring semesters for public astronomy viewing. panel of judges for Bring the entire family to look at the stars, planets, excellence in sen- moon, and more. Tour the Stars Court, lit by fiber iors marketing, announced that they have opened a gallery at 492 optics, and walk among the classical constellations receiving five Main Street in Chatham. Located directly across from 1600s paintings. Visit the Moon Court and "Generations Sun Court, weather permitting. Visit the website Awards." The each week for details: www.claycenter.org. team earned a We l l e s l e y We s t o n M a g a z i n e | s u m m e r 2 0 1 3 3Phyllis and Bob Totaro of J. Todd Galleries by an international Platinum Award for 3The fifth annual Green Difference Award cere- Integrated Marketing, three Gold Awards for its mony event took place at the Massachusetts State website (www.NorthHill.org) and True North Courses House in Boston on April 24th. Upham School and & Events program (www.NorthHill.org/courses), the Wellesley Green Schools Council were repre- and a Special Recognition for the community's sented and recognized for various green initiatives brochure package. The Health Center at North including recycling, environmental education, and The new J. Todd Gallery in Chatham 28 Hill has hired Adam Goldman as its new special projects. Each year Green Schools of (CONTINUED ON PAGE 32)

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