WellesleyWeston Magazine

FALL 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 3Noble and Greenough School in Dedham will proceeds will benefit renovations at Mount St. be hosting two open houses this fall for prospec- Vincent, Wellesley Ð home to both Elizabeth www.angelbare.com. Call 781.235.0111 for a tive students and their families. The public is invit- Seton and Marillac Residences. Attend this great demonstration and consultation. ed to tour the campus and/or join panel discus- event and support the Sisters of CharityÕs ongoing sions covering a myriad of subjects regarding service to the communityÕs elder members. admission, academics, community service, athlet- For more information, call 800.247.6509 or e-mail premier bank and ics, the arts, and financial assistance. Please visit rprevite@schalifax.org. wealth management www.nobles.edu/fallopenhouse for further informa- company, tion. Open House dates are: Saturday, October 19 announced that from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and Tuesday, December Henry M. Connors, 10 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. beautiful lasting eyebrows, eyeliner, lips, and more. See photos and get more information at 3Wellesley Bank, a Vice President of Retail Banking, has been promoted to 3UBS Wealth Management Americas (WMA) 3Morgan Stanley announced that Andrew Zimmerman of Weston and Edward G. Nabhan of Wellesley, Managing Directors in the firmÕs Boston Wealth Management office, have been named to announced that Jonathan Penta, Senior Vice Senior Vice PresidentÐWealth Advisor, has been named to their President ÐOffice exclusive ÒTop 35 Under 35Ó program. The financial Manager of their advisors recognized for this program have shown newest location at One Federal Street in Boston. an outstanding level of dedication to their clients, Henry M. Connors In this new role, Mr. Connors will lead the devel- our firm and the industry, Òsaid Bob McCann, CEO, opment and operations of the Boston office, UBS Wealth Management Americas. Penta, who located in the heart of the cityÕs financial district. joined the firm in 2007, is a senior partner of his Connors is a banking industry veteran and has wealth management practice based in Wellesley. been with Wellesley Bank for 15 years. 3The Visiting Nurse Association of BETH FURMAN BostonÕs signature benefit, Heroes in Andrew Zimmerman and Edward G. Nabhan Health Care Gala, is Friday, October 25, at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Barron's annual list of AmericaÕs Top 1000 Advisors. Boston. Led by Honorary Gala Co- The Barron's Top 1000 Advisors is a select group of Chairs Ron and Shawnda Walker individuals who are screened on a number of crite- and Gala Co-Chairs Weston resident ria. Among factors the survey considers are assets Loriann Meagher and Linda Hope- under management, revenue produced for the firm, Springer, the event will honor the and quality of service provided to clients. following individuals with Hero awards: Dr. Joshua Boger, Alkeus Pharmaceuticals & Founder of Vertex 3Mary Ellen Fillo of Fillo Financial LLC and her husband Joe recently attended the Member Pharmaceuticals; Kate Walsh, Social for the Boston Chapter of Financial Boston Medical Center; and Sonia Executives International at the Harvard Club of L. Alleyne, Sovereign/Santander. For more information, visit One 2 One Bodyscapes is celebrating thirteen years in Wellesley. Join co-owner and Wellesley resident Jeff Dosdall We l l e s l e y We s t o n M a g a z i n e | f a l l 2 0 1 3 or one of the other personal trainers who will create an individualized workout session to help you lose weight, get www.bostonvna.org/gala. 3On Saturday evening, October 26, the Sisters of Charity will host a strong, prevent injury, stay toned, or train for sports. Jump Harvest Festival at Wellesley start your workout by taking advantage of the Ò2 for $89.00Ó Country Club. The event will fea- offer for the fall season. Call the Wellesley location at ture specialty wines and beer, 781.235.2262 and see the ad on page 137 for other locations. cocktails, delicious food, raffles, and live and silent auctions. All 32 Joe and Mary Ellen Fillo

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