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is Wellesley's premier independent real estate office and is widely respected for innovation, integrity, and individualized service. To reach Kessler, call 617.306.6884 and visit www.betsykessler.com. 3 Arts2You is celebrating its fourth anniversary offering private fine and applied arts tutoring and mentoring for all ages in home and in office, and college counseling to the Greater Boston area. Alicia Hesse Cleary, a former Weston resident, cofounder and President of Arts2You, has been managing creative professionals to develop artistic skills, creative, and innovative thinking for 20 years. Call for a consultation at 781.801.8216 or register at www.arts2you.com. 3 Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage's Wellesley office is grateful to its many loyal clients who have helped it become Wellesley's #1 Real Estate Company for 25 consecutive years. The com- pany couldn't have done it without its knowledge- able and professional Sales Associates. Everyone at the office is proud to be part of this town and hope that it shows in the many charitable ways they give back to the community. Visit Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage at 71 Central Street in Wellesley, online at www.ColdwellBankerHomes.com, or call 781.237.9090. 3 Maureen Cary, MS, MA, LMHC, has opened a new psy- chotherapy practice in Wellesley. She sees children, ado- lescents, adults, and families. "My goal as a therapist is to help clients develop resilience so they can manage every day issues as well as major life upheavals," Cary says. Office hours are flexible and evening and weekend appointments are available. She can be reached at mcarycounseling@gmail.com. 3 Elizabeth Renee Esthetics is now offering the Firm and Lift Eye Facial, a soothing treatment that uses advanced micro-firming technology to promote beautiful looking eyes. And for even more beautiful eyes, try lash extensions and lash tinting. Also new is the Redefining Skin Facial that pairs ultrasound exfoliation technology with targeted peptides for plumper lips, brighter eyes, and a smoother complexion. Visit Elizabeth Renee Esthetics at 26 Grove Street in Wellesley. Call 781.237.SKIN (7546) for an appointment and ask about their March specials. 3 Dana Hall School's new Student Center opened last September in Wellesley, marking the comple- tion of a $6.5 million project. The interior space on the first floor is approximately 4,000 square feet larger than before, with new conference rooms and seating areas. This spring, Dana Hall Girls Athletics Clinics provide an opportunity for girls in grades one through five to enjoy a variety of sports. Register for an Equestrian Clinic on April 1 and a Lacrosse Clinic on May 22. Visit www.danahall.org for more information. 3 After a fantastic photoshoot in Paris, Pam Kubbins of Pam's Pashminas travelled to India to design her 2016-17 collection. Pam will be featuring the stunning scarf col- lection at the three- day Newport Flower Show at the Rosecliff Mansion in June. You can always find her beautiful scarves online at www.pamspashminas.com or you can shop the collection in Wellesley by appointment by emailing pam@pamspashminas.com. 3 Boost Beauty & Wellness has moved to 16 Prescott Street in Wellesley. Its business has expanded so rapidly that they required more space. Boost will continue to offer their menu of services includ- ing injectables, laser treatments, laser hair removal, medical aesthetics, waxing, spray tans, and more. Boost Beauty & Wellness fuses science with beauty to help clients achieve their finest and most natural looks. For more information, call 508.397.8448 or visit www.boostbeautyandwellness.com. 3 Stop in and visit Haberdashery of New England, located at 22 Church Street in Wellesley, and check out their ongoing winter sale. All cashmere sweaters, Bogner ski jackets, and boots are 40 to 75 percent off original prices. 36 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 For more Inbox news, please visit wwmblog.com PLEASE SEND YOUR INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS to jill@wellesleywestonmagazine.com. E-mail submissions only please; jpeg photos are welcome at 300dpi. The Massachusetts Broadcasters Association named longtime Wellesley resi- dent Candy O'Terry as the recipient of the Broadcaster of the Year Award. O'Terry spent 25 years on the air at Boston's Magic 106.7 and created the Exceptional Women program, which has won 18 Gracie Allen Awards. She is now Founder and President of Boston Women in Media & Entertainment. Dayle Solomont Maureen Cary Pam Kubbins

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