WellesleyWeston Magazine

FALL 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 Newton-Wellesley Hospital's Annual Golf & Tennis Tournament will be held at Pine Brook Country Club in Weston on Monday, September 8. The event benefits The NWH Fund, which directly supports the hospital's most urgent operating budget needs. Anyone interested in participating or sponsor- ing should contact Maryann Zschau at 617. 243.6712 or mzschau@partners.org or visit www.nwh.org/golf. 3 Mortgage Equity Partners is continu- ing to expand their reach in residential mortgage lending. In addition to their local territory of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine, they have now opened their first office in Florida. Mortgage Equity Partners is a local lender that specializes in residential loans – especially the larger jumbo loan amounts. Craig Tanny is one of the local partners of the organization and can be reached in his Newton office at ctanny@MEPLoans.com or 781.309.1805. 3 Save the Date for the Visiting Nurse Association of Boston's signature benefit, Heroes in Health Care Gala, honoring Jill Shah, SVP of MINDBODY Exchange, Dr. Kevin Tabb, President & CEO of BIDMC, and Henri A. Termeer, Former Chairman, President & CEO of Genzyme Corporation on Saturday, November 8 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Boston. For tickets and sponsorship oppor- tunities, contact Laura Wise, Manager of Fund Development, at 617.886.6460. 3 Drs. Ali and Ali and the smile ambassadors at Wellesley Dental Group are going solar. They are excited to announce this next step as a part of their mission to go green. The first business in Wellesley to go solar, they look forward to promoting this sus- tainability-oriented initiative and reducing their impact on the environment. Now the sun can bright- en up their office, while they brighten your smiles. 3 Join Saltbox Farm on Sunday September 14 for the 7th annual Stone Soup Dinner at Verrill Farm in Concord, an event that celebrates the area's agricultural heritage with all proceeds benefiting young farmers. Information can be found at saltboxfarmconcord.com or stonesoupconcord.com. 3 Haberdashery of New England is a purveyor of fine Italian weekend wear for men and women made of lush cashmere, linen, and cotton. With locations in Osterville, Nantucket, and Palm Beach, the owners are very happy to finally be open in Wellesley at 22 Church Street. Please join the staff and owners for a casual get-together on September 23 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm. See their ad on page 5. 3 AJ Rose Carpets and Flooring has won the Armstrong 2013 Elite Retailer of the Year Silver Award. Armstrong Elite retailers represent more than 150 of the best Armstrong retailers throughout the country and AJ Rose was recognized out of this group for excellence. The award was given as a result of superior performance and excellence in customer service, showroom design, website design, and quality of installation. Visit 599 Worcester Road (Route 9W) in Natick or 136 Cambridge Street (Route 3A) in Burlington or www.ajrosecarpets.com. 3 Fan Xuehua's fine hand-embroidered artwork can be seen at May's Gallery, located at 1377 Main Street in Waltham (near Bear Hill Road.). Traditional Chinese silk embroidery is an ancient and renowned art, and Ms. Fan is often at the gallery working on a piece and is delighted to demonstrate the technique of Su silk embroidery to visitors. She is a fourth-generation embroiderer and is proud to bring this centuries-old art form to American audi- ences. For more information, call 781.330.3519. 3 Wellesley's Fells Market recently made history by becoming the first store in town to be awarded a license to sell beer and wine. Store owners Paul and Peter Katsikaris gathered input from their loyal cus- 32 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | f a l l 2 0 1 4 inbox Jeff Thomas, Gary Lockberg, Michael Feldmann, and John Maloney Wellesley architect and resident Jan Gleysteen AIA is featured in Houses for All Regions: CRAN Residential Collection, a collection of single family designs recognized for respond- ing to the individual circumstances of place and program. The book is the first in a series developed by the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Custom Residential Architects Network (CRAN). For more information please visit www.jangleysteeninc.com or contact Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc. at 781.431.0080. Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook Craig Tanny John Boyajian, Andy Boyajian, A.J. Boyajian Jan Gleysteen J A N E T W O L B A R S T

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