WellesleyWeston Magazine

WINTER 2013/2014

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 3Long's Jewelers has a new collection of rare, 3France native 3Metrowest tors and purveyors of precious gemstones. Hand- opened Your announced that Dr. picked selections include unheated Burmese French Gift, a spe- Rachel Andaloro rubies, rare sapphires from the Kashmir mine, and cialty gift store in has joined their a one-of-a-kind Malaya unheated peach garnet. All Wellesley Hills offer- Wellesley office. Dr. rare and fine gems are accompanied by a laborato- ing a selection of Andaloro received ry document which states any treatments and ori- products to bring her doctoral degree gins. Call Long's at 508.650.2900 or email the best of France in clinical psycholo- Natick@longsjewelers.com for more information or to the area. After gy at Indiana to make an appointment to see the jewelry. practicing law for University of 30 years in Lyon, Pennsylvania. As a Isabelle fulfilled her dream of living in the United graduate student, she received specialized training States. With her passion for art and decoration, she in neuropsychological assessment of adults and imports fine accessories, unique home and lifestyle adolescents, and she completed her internship in goods, plush children's toys, and high-end beauty clinical neuropsychology at Harvard Medical products. School. Dr. Andaloro also participates in one-of-a-kind, and heirloom jewelry ideal for collec- Isabelle Beck has Neuropsychology 3Dan K. Gordon Associates, Inc. (www.dangordonassociates.com) and The Picot Company (www.picotcompany.com) are pleased to announce their support of an effort spearheaded Dr. Rachel Andaloro Alzheimer's disease and Autism research at the NeuroCare Center for Research. Visit www.MetrowestNeuropsych.com to learn more. 3Lux Bond & Green Wellesley store manager Nancy Haas presents a check for the Pan-Mass by the Wellesley Challenge (PMC)/Jimmy Fund to Tiffany Ortiz and Hills Junior Debbie First, PMC riders on Red Sox Team 9. Women's Club to Funds were donated by Lux Bond & Green cus- restore damaged plantings at Elm Park in Wellesley Hills. Gordon Associates and Dan K. Gordon Picot recently donated and plant- ed a 'Rutgers Stellar Pink' Dogwood to further restoration of the historic gardens, damaged while Gail Bogle, manager of the Hammond Residential offices in Wellesley and Weston, announced that Beth Petrone and Joanne the clock tower was undergoing repairs. 3The Teddy Bear Club (www.teddybearclub.org) Debbie First, Tiffany Ortiz, and Nancy Haas announced the inaugural opening of their brand tomers who participated in "Free Battery Fridays," and staff to participate in the annual Newton- new second campus at 239 Concord Road in with 100 percent of the proceeds from batteries Wellesley Hospital HopeWalks event on Lincoln. The acclaimed French/English bilingual purchased on Fridays in July donated to the PMC September 29. This is the third year a school, a Newton mainstay since 1993, offers a Jimmy Fund. Hammond Team was organized to participate unique blend of European and American preschool in this 3.5 mile walk, which benefits cancer programs for children ages two to five years. The patients and their families by supporting the Teddy Bear Club is a highly respected feeder to Integrative Support Services offered at the local private schools, preparing children for elemen- Branch located at 5 Washington Street. Liang has Vernon Cancer Center. tary school and beyond. For more information, call been with Brookline for seven years. Michael 781.259.0009 or email info@teddybearclub.org. McGinnity has joined Brookline Bank as Mortgage We l l e s l e y We s t o n M a g a z i n e | w i n t e r 2 0 1 3 / 2 0 1 4 Berry assembled a team of Hammond agents 34 3Brookline Bank has named Sasha Liang as new Branch Manager of its Wellesley Lower Falls

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