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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20 122 150 16 The Green Scene Learn how to spot poison ivy, oak, and sumac and avoid an itchy, uncomfortable summer. 20 10 Tips for Prepping Your Home for Summer Follow our tips to add some flair to your home décor and outdoor spaces this summer. 25 Inbox Get the latest on the people who make things go in community businesses and read about important events in Wellesley and Weston. 38 Forum Readers speak out on issues of importance to them. In this issue, Cheryl LaMee talks about the progress The Julie Fund for Women's Cancers has made as it enters its second decade. contents departments summer 2015 D A V I D L E N A 122 Business NIC+ZOE's Dorian Lightbown makes busy look good with her designer knitwear line. 130 Fitness & Health Thomas Miller and Bruce Campelia hope to educate children about nutrition and physical wellness with their One for Health Foundation. 136 Good Works The Wellesley Hills Woman's Club, with its rich history of community involvement, remains relevant after 125 years. 142 Family Matters Two programs implemented by Parmenter Community Health Care help young chil- dren who have lost a loved one. 150 Education As Weston's new Field School concludes its first year, students, parents, and teachers give it high marks. 158 Books Meteorologist and mom Mish Michaels wrote Ms. G's Shadowy Road to Fame to tell the story of the first official state groundhog for Massachusetts. 164 Excursions Think about visiting one of our featured inns this summer for charm and history close to home. 172 Food & Wine Savor the fresh tastes of the season with ingredients directly from the garden and refreshing wines to match the distinct flavors. 180 About Town Wellesley and Weston residents attending noteworthy events throughout Greater Boston. 192 Last But Not Least This page gives our readers the opportunity to express themselves creatively with writing, art, and photography. In this issue, former Wellesley resident T.J. Palmer recounts his experience on the high dive at Morses Pond.