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the firm over the past year. The team has over 150 years of collective investment management experience. 3 Pinnacle Residential Properties congratulates Teri Adler for her outstanding performance in 2014. For the seventh consecutive year, Teri is Broker of the Year, and her achievements place her among the top realtors in New England. For more information, visit www.teriadler.com or call Teri at 617.306.3642. 3 Keystone Partners, a Boston-based career man- agement firm co-owned by Wellesley resident Elaine Varelas, announced that they have been named a "2014 Top Places to Work" by The Boston Globe. Each year, The Boston Globe spotlights the region's best employers based on surveys com- pleted by the people who know these companies the best — the employees themselves. For more than 25 years, Keystone has worked with organiza- tions in New England and around the world to address their career management and develop- ment needs. Visit www.keystonepartners.com. 3 Professional Photographer, the official journal of Professional Photographers of America, has recent- ly published photographs and an article written by Andrea Joliat of The Family Album. Andrea, who is a Master Photographer and holds certification through the Professional Photographers of America, wrote "Wellspring; Creativity Makes Old Ideas New." The article, along with her photographs, was featured in the magazine's monthly column "Master Class." Visit www.familyalbumphoto.com. 3 One2One Bodyscapes, located at 386 Washington Street, is celebrating its fifteenth anniversary serving Wellesley and the surrounding communities. Bodyscapes offers one on one per- sonal training in a comfortable, low-key, studio envi- ronment. The knowledgeable staff will tailor the workout to fit each client's personal needs. Wellesley native and owner Jeff Dosdall has over 30 years experience in physical therapy and personal training, and Wellesley resident Tara Downie offers a core-based, back to basics approach. New clients receive two sessions for $89. Call 781.235.2262. 26 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 5 left to right: Alex Chen, Mary Beth Mahoney, Louis Crosier, Jeremy Glenn, Matt Johnson, John Biebel, Rich Sipley, Trevor Gailun, Tim Lenicheck, Dawn Baillie, Jeff Oberg B E T H F U R M A N Jeff Dosdall and Tara Downie inbox