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3 One2One Bodyscapes is pleased to announce that its Pilates studio has been renovated to enhance the overall workout experience provided by its skilled instructors. One2One has three expert instructors teaching Pilates who bring a broad range of experi- ence to their clients: Debbie Levy, who has been with One2One for several years; and Mary Guarante and Ellen Bloom-Fields, both of whom bring years of Pilates teaching experience to Bodyscapes. Visit www.one2onebodyscapes.com/wellesley and see their ad on page 125. 3 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Cares, the charitable foundation of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New England, recently donated $120,000 to Homes for Our Troops. Homes for Our Troops is a nonprofit organization based in Taunton that builds mortgage-free, specially-adapted homes for veterans who have suffered life-altering injuries during their service to our country. The organization has built more than 190 homes for severely injured veterans nationwide. For more infor- mation, visit www.ColdwellBankerHomes.com. 3 Governor Charlie Baker announced the appoint- ment of Diane Schmalensee to the Massachusetts Bay Community College Board of Trustees. Also current Vice Chair and Wellesley resident Thomas E. Peisch has been designated as Chair. "I am thrilled to appoint these distinguished leaders to our Commonwealth's higher-education boards," said Baker. "Their breadth and depth of experience both in their careers and philanthropic activities will be — and continue to be — invaluable to our schools." 3 Bella Santé, the premiere luxury day and med spa with three locations in the Boston area, named Tiffany Amorosino Chief Executive Officer of the com- pany. Formerly, Amorosino served as President and Co-Founder of the spa. Bella Santé, an award winning establishment, specializes in facial care, body care, hair care, and medical-grade treatments. Bella Santé's Wellesley location is open seven days a week at 190 Linden Street. For more information on treatments, services, and products, please visit www.bellasante.com. 3 Committed to academic excellence, Charles River School educates students in grades PreK– 8 through hands-on, experiential learn- ing. Join them for an upcoming infor- mation session on February 19 or April 29 to meet the Head of School, learn about the admis- sions process, and see classrooms in action. To register for an information session or to schedule an individual tour for your family, contact Kat Whitten at 508.785.8213 or kwhitten@charlesriverschool.org. You can also visit www.charlesriverschool.org. 3 Michael J. Coutu, owner of Sudbury Design Group, with locations in Sudbury and Calumet, has been chosen Best of Boston Home West "2016" for landscape design and construction. The company will continue to show- case its newly arrived European shipment of one-of- a-kind architectural garden elements this spring at its 740 Boston Post Road location in Sudbury. Feel free to stop by or schedule an appointment by calling 978.443.3638 to view this 150-piece spectacular display. Also visit www.landscapearchitectureboston.com/european- garden-elements.php. 3 Barbara Elza Hirsch of Elza B. Design was recently selected to be part of the prestigious "Designer On Call" program at the Boston Design Center (BDC). Hirsch will work at the BDC one to two days a month to assist walk-in customers with their selections from the various showrooms. Feel free to stop by the Boston Design Center and visit her on the third Tuesday of each month from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. For more information, go to www. bostondesign.com/news/working-with-a-designer. 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 6 inbox Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook Jesamondo proudly announces Nubia Lonsdale as the newest addition to its staff. Lonsdale brings 35+ years of expe- rience with her after leaving the Sherborn Day Spa. Best known for her superlative skills in Marconics Healing, Reiki, massage, skincare, and body treatments, her skills are unri- valed. Lonsdale has achieved the highest level of Marconics Energy Healing certifications and can treat symptoms beyond other therapeutic healers. Visit Jesamondo's new website at www.jesamondo.com for the roster of treatments including their new energy healing modality. Nubia Lonsdale Mary Guarante, Debbie Levy, and Ellen Bloom-Fields Michael J. Coutu Annie Kenney (right) C H R I S T O P H E R H U A N G

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