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 3Kyle and Leslie Mann of Gibson Sotheby's Table program gives the community an opportunity International Realty (www.positiverelocation.com) to come together in a beautiful and welcoming set- 3First Commons are hosting a Downton Abbey-inspired Garden Party ting to learn about growing, cooking, and preserving Jana Abramson as Fundraiser at Elm Bank in Wellesley to support the healthy food. The event will be held on Sunday after- Vice President, Massachusetts Horticultural Society's Garden to noon, September 15. For more information, contact Branch Manager, of Table program (www.masshort.org). The Garden to leslie.mann@gibsonsir.com or 508.904.4967. its Wellesley office. Bank has appointed "Jana joins us with more than a decade of business development and client Jana Abramson relationship experience. We are pleased to have her as part of our team," said Tony Nuzzo, Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer. Previously, Ms. Abramson was with Automatic Data Processing in Waltham for 13 years. 3The Attias Group Real Estate is sponsoring a new continuing education series geared towards the seasoned buyer and seller, as well as first time homebuyers. The goal of the series is to teach consumers how to use information to make sound investment-level home buying and selling decisions. Visit http://theattiasgroup.com/communitycalendar.php for class times or call 978.371.1234 for more information. All classes are free and will be held at 48 Thoreau Street in Concord. 3Gail Bogle, Manager of Hammond Residential's offices in Wellesley ROBERT BACHRACH and Weston, congratulated Senior Sales Associate Deborah Bernat on Deborah Bernat her recent appearance as a panelist on the Wellesley Community Channel program The Learning Tree to 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 discuss diversity in real estate. This twelve-part series invited professionals across a wide range of industries to share their thoughts on diversity and inclusion within the workplace and community. 3After more than three decades in business, Bob and Phyllis Totaro are inviting inquiries from (CONTINUED ON PAGE 40) 36

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