WellesleyWeston Magazine


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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contents volume 9 issue 2 10 Publisher's Letter 12 Editor's Letter features summer 2013 < 46 Take the Plunge Thinking about a backyard pool or cabana? Discover what our local experts have to say before you dive in. 56 Wellesley's Leading Man Jay Harrington has brought leading man roles to life in multiple television shows and feature films. 64 300 Pieces of Weston Trivia: Part Two In celebration of Weston's 300th birthday, historian Pam Fox presents fun and interesting facts about Weston's illustrious past. 84 Coming Home For some veterans, reentering civilian life can be particularly challenging. Learn about programs in our area that are assisting returning soldiers and find out what you can do to help. 94 Type 1 Diabetes Update Four years later, we follow up with the families interviewed for our Type 1 Diabetes GREG PREMRU PHOTOGRAPHY in Our Towns article and hear from experts about the latest diabetes research. 114 Private Gardens in the Woods Preview nine gorgeous gardens that will be featured on the Weston Garden Tour in celebration of Weston's 300th anniversary. 126 Healthy Land, Water, and People Take an in-depth look at the water supply in our towns and find out how you can help conserve water and maintain an eco-friendly property. 138 The United Nation of Dogs Wellesley and Weston are filled with dog lovers and their furry friends. Learn about cover some of the dogs you're likely to meet on your next visit to the park. P E T E R B A K E R photographer Local boys find fun on a hot summer day with a fishing trip to Wellesley's Longfellow Pond. corrections (spring 2013) On page 106, the location of Stuart Swan Furniture Company was incorrectly stated. The store is located at 103 Central Street in Wellesley. We apologize for the error.

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