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Paul Properties, have now opened an office at 140 Newbury Street, Suite 301, in Boston. "We have long been asked by our clientele to bring our unique brand and award-winning marketing to their off-Cape properties," notes Paul Grover. "Now we can offer our elevated service to those wanting a fresh approach in Boston." Visit www.RobertPaul.com or call 508.648.6861. 3 Hammond Residential Real Estate received an Americas Property Award for Best Real Estate Agency Marketing from the International Property Awards sponsored by Virgin Atlantic and Yamaha. Hammond competed against a number of real estate profes- sionals throughout the United States to receive this recognition. Hammond, which is headquartered in Chestnut Hill, has three Boston locations and four- teen suburban branch offices. Hammond's Wellesley and Weston offices are the exclusive Regents representatives of the Luxury Real Estate network. Visit www.HammondRE.com. 3 May Lynch of Weston has opened May's Gallery at 1377 Main Street (Route 117 west of Bear Hill Road) in Waltham. May's roots are in Jingezhen, China's "porcelain capital." May's features handmade porce- lain from Jingdezhen and silk embroidery "paint- ings" from Suzhou. May says, "So many people are discovering beautiful Chinese art. I am proud make these wonderful pieces available here for everyone to enjoy in their own homes." For more information, visit www.maysgallery.net. 3 Sir Grout of Greater Boston, New England's premier grout, tile, and stone restoration specialist, recently celebrated its second anniversary. Sir Grout, which specializes in returning tile and grout to like-new condition, also provides caulking, natural stone honing and polishing, sandless hardwood floor rejuvena- tion, and slip-resistant surface treat- ment services. Sir Grout has been the recipient of Angie's List Super Service Award and Above & Beyond - Outstanding Customer Service Award for each year the company has been in business. 3 Wellesley Investment Partners, a wholly owned subsidiary of Wellesley Bank, announced that Wellesley resident Richard E. Dahlberg, CFA has been appointed to the firm's Advisory Board. Dahlberg has had a long and distinguished career in the invest- ment business stretching over the last six decades. He has managed funds at several asset management firms and spent nearly 30 years at Massachusetts Financial Services (MFS). He recently retired from the Columbia Management Division of Ameriprise Financial, where he managed the $9 billion Dividend Income Fund. 3 Save the Dates. The 5th Annual Hope Walks to benefit the Vernon Cancer Center at Newton- Wellesley Hospital will be held on Sunday, September 28. Online registration at www.nwh.org/hopewalks will be available in June. Walk as an individual, start a team, or join an exist- ing team. Also in September, Newton-Wellesley Hospital's Annual Golf and Tennis Tournament to benefit the NWH Fund will be held at Pine Brook 30 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | s u m m e r 2 0 1 4 inbox Richard E. Dahlberg May Lynch Gail Bogle Master Gardener and Wellesley resident Carol Hudson is cel- ebrating her first year as owner of Hudson Designs. Hudson creates floral arrangements that are individual works of art, combining her floral knowledge with each customer's wishes. She looks for a balance between spectacular colors and unique variety to create beautiful arrangements that are also a great value. Hudson also uses natural and interesting textures to create exterior containers and door accents for the home. For more information, visit www.carolhudsondesigns.com. Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook Country Club in Weston on Monday, September 8. For more information, visit www.nwh.org/golf. 3 Benoit Mizner Simon & Co. (BMS), recently announced the addition of two experienced real estate brokers, bringing their agent count to 65. The two newest hires are longtime real estate developer Stas Burdan, and veteran sales agent Susie Shortsleeve. The three-and-a-half year old real estate firm, with offices in Wellesley and Weston, has expanded by nearly 40 percent, and was honored for the second time in 2013 with a "Growth Award" from The Commonwealth Institute and the Boston Business Journal. For more infor- mation, visit www.benoitmiznersimon.com. Stas Burdan Susie Shortsleeve E R I C B A R R Y P H O T O G R A P H Y ( L E F T ) 028-042_WWMb14_inbox_sum14_v4_WellesleyWeston Magazine 4/24/14 12:52 PM Page 30