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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Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, headquartered in Los Angeles. To reach Albert DePrisco in Wellesley, please call 781.237.4700. 3Sue McDonough has been named one of 3Dorset Café, celebrating its seventh year, is Gluten-Free Certified and their desserts are offered in local Whole Food Markets and in specialty stores, including Wilson Farms. This fall, Dorset is expanding its sales to Wellesley College and Banker & Tradesman's Women of FIRE, an annual Babson College. Dorset Café is an active member award honoring the key female players in the local of Healthy Vili Organization's Wellesley Chapter, FIRE (Finance, Insurance and Real Estate) sector. Beth Israel Hospital Celiac Center, and Boston The third annual Women of FIRE award celebrates Children's Hospital Celiac Center. Visit Dorset Café the best and the brightest women in the at 352 Washington Street in Wellesley, online at Massachusetts FIRE Industry and this year 15 bril- www.dorsetcafe.com, and call 781.239.8988. liant, innovative leaders were recognized. Sue McDonough is the Senior Sales Manager of the Wellesley and South Natick Offices of William 3Drs. Ali & Ali of Wellesley Dental Group want to thank the community for their participation in their whitening fundraiser for the One Fund Boston. Raveis Real Estate. 3Priyanka Behl Inspired by the phrase "Boston Strong," they wanted to give the community a way to show strength is pleased to through smiling. As "Smile Ambassadors" their announce the mission was quite clear: give supporters a beautiful opening of her smile when they do good for the community. They new custom fabric donated 100 percent of all proceeds from teeth studio at 945 whitening treatments. Concord Street in Framingham. Ruana Designs 3Design New England magazine recently hosted a Design Salon at Shafer O'Neil Interior Design in specializes in in their fields together with the community to dis- ed custom fabrics cuss what is relevant in design today. The from India that Priyanka Behl Wellesley. The Design Salon series brings experts meticulously craft- evening's speakers were architect Mike Collins, range from luxurious silks, linens, and blends to builder Oliver Bouchier, interior designer Judy hand embroidery, hand bead work, and hand O'Neil Labins, and landscape architect Matthew painted, block printed, and screen prints. These Cunningham. More than 50 people enjoyed an fabrics can be customized for pillows, drapes, evening that was both entertaining and informative. shades, quilts, and table linens. She offers design expertise and personalized consultations. For more information, visit www.ruanadesigns.com, call 508.620.4747 or see ad on page 107. 3Weston resident Tricia Tilford was appointed to the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Board of Directors and Girl Scout Ashley Rohall, also of Weston and a student at Dana Hall School in board where she will help determine the future of Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts. Tilford serves on the boards of the World Foundation for Girl Guides and Girl Scouts, Inc. and Family Service of Greater Boston. Matthew Cunningham, Judy O'Neil Labins, and Mike Collins 35 f a l l 2 0 1 3 | We l l e s l e y We s t o n M a g a z i n e Wellesley, was appointed as a girl member of the

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