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top three percent of residential sales professionals who in 2014 exemplified great sales meas- ures in closed resi- dential GCI units. In other news, the firm's owner/broker Gail Lockberg was chosen to be a "jailbird" in The Lock-Up 2014 at Channel 5 WCVB to make a differ- ence in the fight against muscle disease. 3 Needham Bank recently invested in business banking technology enhancements. In addition to improved business online services, the bank has also launched a new business mobile app enabling customers to pay bills, transfer money, view account details, and approve ACH and wire trans- actions. This upgrade is part of an ongoing com- mitment to combine a fee-adverse banking strategy with high technology and concierge service. Member FDIC. Visit Needham Bank at 458 Washington Street in Wellesley or call 781.474.5541 for more information. 3 Abeles & Associates Architects, Inc., headed by Wellesley resident Lisa Abeles, has received Best of Boston Homeā„¢ 2015 "Best Architect Library," awarded by Boston Home. The firm designed a two story library wrapped in beautiful wood panel- ing and beamed ceilings, incorporating a "James Bond" style bar hidden behind bookshelves dis- playing rare books. See this home and other great projects at www.abelesandassociates.com. 3 Brookline Bank has named Mary McCarthy mortgage specialist for the bank's MetroWest region. Mary pro- vides expert assis- tance delivering Brookline's range of mortgage programs including conform- ing and jumbo loans, fixed and adjustable rates, first-time home buyer programs, condos, co-ops, construction/rehabs, or other "special" situations. Mary is available to meet with clients at Brookline's two Wellesley branches or at a location of their choice. Reach her by phone at 781.863.5807 or by email at mcmccarthy@brkl.com. 3 Chris Wyand, LEED AP and owner of Sir Grout of Greater Boston, is proud to announce contin- ued growth and the addition of a new van to the fleet to service the Wellesley and Weston area. Winner of back to back Angie's List Super Service Awards, Chris is thankful for the "repeat business from the loyal and new clients in the area." For more information, call 781.899.0388 and visit www.sirgroutboston.com. 3 Jerry Arcari, founder of Landry & Arcari Rugs and Carpeting, welcomed friends, family, and business partners to the Grand Opening Celebration at the new Framingham showroom on Route 9 East. Held on November 13th, over 200 guests enjoyed the evening commemorating the opening of Landry & Arcari's third showroom. For more information, visit www.landryandarcari.com or call the showroom at 508.739.0200. 3 Forever Young Laser welcomes Jen Catrambone, LME. Catrambone, formerly the lead skin care clinician for Dr. Min Ahn of Westborough, is an expert in lasers, peels, and facials. She is best known for her proficiency with Dermaplaning, which uses a surgical-like blade to remove dead skin and hair from the face. This physical "peel" leaves the skin glowing, soft, and super smooth. Visit Forever Young at 204 Worcester Street in Wellesley and call 781.431.2110 for an appointment. Visit online at www.frvryoungskin.com. 3 Charles River School in nearby Dover Center is currently accepting applications for September 2015. An independent school for grades PreK to Grade 8, CRS honors the pursuit of academic excellence and the joy of childhood. They nurture each child by igniting curiosity, encouraging cre- ativity, and cultivating intellectual engagement. Charles River School graduates know themselves, understand others, and shape the future of our 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 p r i n g 2 0 1 5 inbox Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook Lisa Abeles Mary McCarthy Jen Catrambone ZEN Associates' principals Shin Abe and Peter White recently visited Tokyo and Kyoto for their annual "immersion class," visiting over 15 distin- guished gardens. "This trip is important for us as we are constantly exploring how to bring these influences into the modern American landscape. We are often tasked with the challenge of designing a modern garden or building addition within the context of a more traditional building or neighborhood," says Peter White. To learn more about ZEN Associates, please visit www.zenassociates.com or call 781.932.3700. Gail Lockberg

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