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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Broker in Weston; and the Lynn Donahue & Donna Maley Team, #1 Team in Wellesley. Also recognized as Top Ten Premiere Associates were the Jared Wilk & Dave Greenbaum Team, Jared Parker, Alice O'Connor, Mary Shea Wilson, Peter Hill, the Team of Stephanie Burns and Alyson Karpowicz, and Wyndham Flaherty. Visit www.benoitmiznersimon.com. 3 Cushing Academy, a private co-educational day and boarding school for students in grades 9-12 and PG, welcomes prospective students and fami- lies to its Open House events on October 13 and November 11. Tour campus, meet with students and faculty, enjoy info sessions over lunch, and take in the Cushing experience. Located one hour northwest of Boston in Ashburnham, Cushing offers exceptional programs in academics, ESL, Academic Support, visual and performing arts, and athletics. Visit www.cushing.org. 3 The Sage School is a community of advanced learners marked by high morale and deep engage- ment in an inspiring curriculum. In a nurturing envi- ronment, students are challenged to strive, allowed to stumble, and guided to realize their full potential. A leader in the field of gifted education, The Sage School offers an academic program rooted in rich content, depth of study, intellectual rigor, and skills acquisition. Sage students confidently apply their gifts, creativity, and curiosity to the world beyond Sage. Visit www.sageschool.org. 3 Roche Bros. opened its first Brothers Marketplace at 41 Center Street in Weston on May 18. Brothers Marketplace features fresh foods, local products, delicious prepared meals, scratch baked goods, and grocery essentials in a convenient neighborhood market. Amongst hundreds of local offerings are produce from Lands Sake Farm in Weston and Dorset gluten-free desserts, Root Cellar pickles, Good Food Made Simple breakfasts, and Captain Marden entrees, all from Wellesley. See more at www.brothers-marketplace.com. 3 Hammond Residential Real Estate, with offices in Wellesley and Weston, has expanded to Westwood with the opening of a new office location at 100 High Street. Hammond's experienced team looks forward to servicing Westwood and the surrounding commu- nities of Dedham, Norwood, Medfield, and Walpole from the new location. Hammond President Saul Cohen said, "We are extremely pleased to expand our presence in Westwood and the surrounding com- munities. The area has experienced a significant uptick in development in recent years." 3 Roy's Recycling is celebrating twenty years of making it easier for local resi- dents to recycle. Owner and former Wellesley resident Alan Roy's mission is to divert recy- clables that would end up in the waste stream and put them back into circulation. Roy's Recycling picks up trash and recyclables from customers' homes and delivers the materials to facilities dedicated to reusing materi- als. See their ad on page 179 and call 781.237.1147 for more information or to schedule service. 3 Abeles and Associates Architects, Inc. has a Wellesley project published in the spring issue of New England Home. They designed the first floor, including a fabulous kitchen, for the previous owner and were happy to come back for the current owner to design the master suite, including beautiful built in cabinetry in the bedroom and dressing room. Please see their ad on page 164. 3 The Noble and Greenough School admission office will be hosting two open houses, Saturday, October 18 and Tuesday, December 9. All interest- ed students and parents are invited to attend and learn more about the school's program. Please visit www.nobles.edu for more information. 3 Lyn Evans, President of Lyn Evans Potpourri Designs, presented the scholarship award to recip- ients on behalf of the Wellesley Square Merchants 36 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 Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook Master Photographer Andrea Joliat of The Family Album was recently awarded multiple blue ribbons for her photographs entered into the Professional Photographers of America's Northeast Regional Print Competition. Andrea runs a boutique portrait photography studio in Lexington. She creates business and publicity portraits for all professional purposes and por- traits of families and children. Her work may be viewed at www.familyalbumphoto.com. Saul Cohen The Sage School Lisa Abeles Alan Roy B E T H F U R M A N

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