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 For more Inbox news, please visit wwmblog.com 3Montrose School in Medfield will host an Open 3Wellesley resident and portrait photographer Prospective families will hear from Head of School, HOPE event will be held on December 15 at author, and senior scholar at BU's Center for Wellesley Country Club. The event is an afternoon Character and Social Responsibility (CCSR) Dr. of Christmas cheer for children and families to ben- Karen E. Bohlin and learn more about the Montrose efit Flashes of Hope, a nonprofit organization com- Roger Pelissier's second annual LITTLE CUP of FRANK CURRAN House at 7:00 pm on Thursday, January 16. difference. Montrose strives to cultivate powers of mind through academic rigor and teaching excellence; to develop faith, reason, and timeless virtue; and to shape tomorrow's leaders by unleashing stu- mitted to the advancement of pediatric cancer research. Since 2009, Roger has volunteered his time and donated his talents to Boston Children's Hospital to create uplifting portraits of children dents' potential. Visit www.montroseschool.org. Rick Davis and Jennifer Pline 3Jennifer Pline of Wellesley is the new chair, chair. Pline is Managing Director and Chief Trust & Board of Trustees, Beth Israel Deaconess Gifts Officer at Harvard Management Company. She Hospital-Needham. She has been a member of the is a graduate of Boston College, where she also Board since 2005 and most recently served as vice- received her MBA, and is a member of the Board ing her first year in of Trustees of Concord Academy and North Hill. her new Wellesley fighting cancer as a gift to their families. Visit www.littlecupofhope.com. 3Dr. Jeannie Chung is celebrat- offices at 40 Walnut 3Bob and Phyllis Totaro, owners of J. Todd Street, #202. Dr. Galleries of Wellesley and Chatham, are seeking Chung is a double prospects interested in acquiring their nationally board-certified known Wellesley art gallery business. After three facial plastic sur- decades, the couple has put forth their plan to transition gradually toward retirement over the next geon with over ten Dr. Jeannie Chung couple of years. The gallery is one of the largest years of experience in the Boston area. Her aesthetic philosophy is a simple one: to pro- al reach, a highly respected brand, and unique vide patients with a natural, rejuvenated look. For positioning in the regional art market. Email gallery- more information, visit www.drjeanniechung.com or inquiry@aol.com or call 617.435.3434. ERIC ROTH and longest operating in New England, with nation- call 781.235.3223 to schedule a consultation. Jill Blondek 3Jill Blondek of Future Shapes would like to thank Please see their ad on page 199 in About Town. 3Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is pleased to announce that Louise Tarsy is now affiliated with the Coldwell Banker office in Wellesley ipated in the Future as a sales associate. Louise has been a residential Shapes shoe drive real estate broker in the western suburbs of Boston High-end architectural firm Pauli & Uribe and donated their since 1984, and will continue to provide residential Architects invites you to celebrate their seventh slightly worn athlet- real estate services in Wellesley, Weston, and the ic shoes to Big surrounding communities. Louise can be reached Brothers Big Sisters at the Coldwell Banker Wellesley at 781.237.9090, of Boston. The on her cell at: 781.710.2289, or by email at effort was very suc- louise.tarsy@nemoves.com. anniversary and to view their classic and conWe 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 temporary residential designs on their new website, www.pauli-uribe.com. Monika Pauli and Juan Uribe indulge to preserve elegance, BETH FURMAN all those who partic- scale, tradition, and patina of the city and sur- cessful, and Jill was happy to present the donation rounding neighborhoods by being members of in October. Visit Future Shapes in Wellesley at The PLEASE SEND YOUR INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS the Cambridge Historical Commission and The Fitness Club for Women, 200 Linden Street, to get to jill@wellesleywestonmagazine.com. E-mail Nichols House Museum, and by continuing to proper training goals and nutritional tips to get you submissions only please; jpeg photos are host the annual Margaret Howell Winter Ball. through the holiday season. For more information, welcome at 300dpi. call 781.237.9785. 42

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