WellesleyWeston Magazine

FALL 2015

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 Forever Young Laser & Skin Center, located on Route 9 in Wellesley, welcomes Julie Nicoletta, MD as Medical Director. A graduate of Syracuse College of Medicine, Dr. Nicoletta complet- ed her residency at the University of Buffalo with advanced training at Boston University and the University of Rochester and is currently an Assistant Professor at Tufts Medical Center. Dr. Nicoletta over- sees all clinical activities at Forever Young and is trained in the latest cosmetic injectable treatments, laser application, and skin rejuvenation treatments. Visit www.frvryoung.com or call 781.431.2110. 3 Wellesley Dental Group is excited to welcome onboard a new member of the team: Dr. Zarah Ali. Dr. Ali, daughter of Drs. Ejaz and Femina Ali, attended Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and graduated Magna Cum Laude. She brings an enthusiastic, high- energy attitude and will be a great addition to the WDG family. 3 Quadrum, located at The Mall at Chestnut Hill, is thrilled to announce a Todd Pownell Trunk Show and personal appearance on Saturday, September 12. Meet Todd Pownell in person and discover the rich, aesthetic experience of his handmade designs. Entice your senses with invert set diamonds and the interaction of dark and light precious metals. Mark your calendar for this very special event. Visit www.QuadrumGallery.com or call 617.965.5555 for more information. 3 A version of Wellesley Bank's website is now available in Simplified Chinese, giving the Internet and mobile users who use Chinese as their primary language direct access to trusted resources and Chinese banking professionals. The website offers translation of banking and lending content not available at any other local community banking institution. Users will select the Chinese flag at the top of their homepage at www.wellesleybank.com or go directly to the site through www.wellesleybank.com/chinese. 3 Noble and Greenough School offers an excep- tional academic, athletic, and creative experience with an emphasis on service-learning and community. The school supports intellectual, social, and personal growth to encourage a lifetime mission of leadership for the public good. Located in Dedham, Nobles is a coed day and five-day boarding school for students in grades 7–12. Come visit one of their upcoming open houses on Saturday, October 17 or Tuesday, December 8. Visit www.nobles.edu/admission. 3 David Giangrasso and Giangrasso Law are pleased to announce that Michelle Nuzzo has joined the firm as an associate. Michelle is a recent graduate of Suffolk Law and her practice focuses on all aspects of residential and commercial real estate transactions. Her recent work includes assisting the firm to close an 11-lot subdivision in Hopkinton, convey several residential homes, and negotiate the commercial lease of a 30,000 square feet space. For more information, please visit www.GLAW-LLC.com. 3 Clients and friends of Twelve Points recently cele- brated the firm's one-year anniversary. In addition, Twelve Points is excited to welcome two new team members: Jared Bilodeau, Associate Wealth Advisor, is a recent graduate of Bentley College's MSFP pro- gram. The second Eagle Scout to join the firm, Jared enjoys helping people through financial planning and performing community service. Terri Defina, Director of Client Experience, is responsible for managing programs outside of wealth management that pro- vide the firm's clients with added value and excep- tional service. Visit www.twelvepointswealth.com. 30 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 5 inbox Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook Pam Kubbins, Wellesley resident and small busi- ness owner, is celebrating 14 fantastic years in Wellesley with her business, Pam's Pashminas & Exotic Scarves. Pam features a collection of unique, hand-selected and designed scarves and wraps, including gorgeous embroidered sheer wools, cashmeres, and silks. You can shop the 2015 Fall/Winter Collection at the Brookline Marketplace and Wellesley Marketplace. You can also shop online at www.pamspashminas.com or contact Pam for personalized attention at pam@pamspashminas.com or 781.239.1743. Julie Nicoletta, MD M A U R A W A Y M A N Michelle Nuzzo and David Giangrasso Dr. Zarah Ali Terri Defina, Manny Frangiadakis, Igor Tiguy, Dave Clayman, Jared Bilodeau, Francesca Federico, and Kim Van Winkle

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