WellesleyWeston Magazine

SPRING 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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3 Debbie Levy joined Bodyscapes Personal Training in Wellesley last summer where she is a certified STOTT Pilates instructor who enjoys teaching all levels of expert- ise. Pilates focuses on strengthening the core and train- ing the deeper muscles that support the spine and joints. Bodyscapes Personal Training is located at 386 Washington Street in Wellesley and Bodyscapes Fitness is at 1285 Beacon Street in Brookline. To schedule an appointment, call 781.235.2262 in Wellesley and 617.232.1010 in Brookline. Check out their ad on page 43. 3 Jim Douthit, a Blade of Grass owner and land- scape designer, was awarded the 2013 International Gold Award-Residential Design from the Association of Professional Landscape Designers. Jim also won a Monrovia 2013 Distinctively Better Plant Award. To learn more about a Blade of Grass or to schedule an appointment, call 508.358.4500 and visit www.abladeofgrass.com. 3 Pine Straw owner Tracy Cranley is heading to Atlanta, New York, and other cities over the next couple of months to find the very latest in gift items and fashions for her store, located at 466 Washington Street in Wellesley. Maria Dilorenzo, Pine Straw's personal stylist, will be hosting style nights this spring and will continue to guide cus- tomers on how to look their best in the season's trends. Schedule a private appointment with Maria by calling the store at 781.235.1844. Visit www.pinestrawshopwellesley.com. 3 Wellesley resident and architect Jacob Lilley's Concord carriage house is featured in the new book Haus & Auto Internationale Projekte, (Callwey Press 2013). This German publication highlights select buildings worldwide from ultra-modern to traditional. For more information on this project or others please contact JL Architects, Inc. at 781.431.6100 or visit www.jlaarchitects.com. 3 The Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage office in Weston would like to thank the entire com- munity for participating in the annual "Pie in the Sky" fundraiser to benefit Community Servings. Community Servings is a nonprofit organization that provides free, home-delivered meals to acutely ill individuals, their families, and their caregivers in 18 cities and towns throughout Massachusetts. For every pie sold, Community Servings will be able to feed one client for five days. Visit www.servings.org and www.NewEnglandMoves.com. 3 Gail Lockberg, broker/owner of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Town and Country (for- merly Prudential Town and Country) in Wellesley, has been elected a director of the Greater Boston Association of Realtors® (GBAR) for 2014. As a GBAR director, Lockberg will serve as an elected representa- tive of the associa- tion's general mem- bership in governing the association's policies, programs, and business activi- ties. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices l Town and Country is a full-service real estate agency serving Wellesley and all of Greater Boston MetroWest with offices in Wellesley and Natick. 3 Dover Rug & Home, offering the largest selection of fine floor coverings and window treatments in New England, is pleased to announce that the com- pany's CEO, Mahmud Jafri, has been named one of the 50 Most Influential People in New England, an annual award presented by INDIA New England. 34 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | s p r i n g 2 0 1 4 More than 400 of Boston's business leaders, philanthropists, and distin- guished citizens gathered at the Fairmont Copley Plaza to celebrate All the Way Home, the annual leader- ship dinner of St. Francis House, New England's largest day shelter for the poor and homeless. Longtime Wellesley residents David and Pamela Donohue received the All the Way Home award for their long- standing support of St. Francis House and their unflagging commitment to helping struggling men and women reclaim their dignity and rebuild their lives. Jacob Lilly Gail Lockberg Debbie Levy Jim Markey with his son and Terry Perlmutter, Betsy Kaden, Rimma Yurik, and Liz Kincannon inbox 028-036_WWM14_Inbox_v3_WellesleyWeston Magazine 2/1/14 3:16 PM Page 34

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