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inbox 100% renewable energy saves as much carbon as if one took their car off the road for 9 months. At 10%, residents power their homes for less than the cost of a gallon of gas. 360nobscot Home, a 3Wellesley resident Liz Suneby's latest book, It's a…It's a…It's a Mitzvah was recently published. This lively picture book for children ages three to six is filled with amiable animals who, through their actions, demonstrate age-appropriate good deeds, including welcoming new friends, forgiving mistakes, respecting elders, and sharing food with the hungry. The book is available at Wellesley Books, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and Jewish Lights. Accomplished children's illustrator, Lincoln resident Laurel Molk, illustrated the book. 3EPOCH Senior Living announced a unique partnership with Timothy Murphy, M.D., of Weston Primary Care, to provide concierge medicine services at Waterstone at Wellesley, 27 Washington Street. Dr. Murphy will maintain an office at the Waterstone at Wellesley Wellness Center, where he will see patients or perform house calls for residents of the senior living community. He will also deliver free health talks on a variety of topics relevant to seniors. For more information, call Kristine Tilton at 781.235.1614. 3Wellesley's Renewable Energy Program, www.wellesleyrenewableenergy.com, allows resi- dents to sign up for clean energy. It's part of a larger green movement gaining traction and distinguishing Wellesley as one of Boston's most desirable suburbs with an environmental conscience. Signing up for 18 showroom/gallery in the restored barns at the historic Mahoney Farm in Sudbury, debuted pieces from Ray Bachand's "Natural Edge" col- lection as part of its 5th anniversary celebration. This contemporary, one-of-a-kind group of custom furni- ture pieces celebrates the organic tem- perament and distinctive natural shapes in each piece of chosen wood. A revolving display of unique art, pottery, and handcrafted home goods from regional artisans is also on display and avail- able. For further information, call 978.440.8066 or email ray@60nobscot.com. On Sunday, September 30, Newton-Wellesley Hospital's third annual HopeWalks will be held to benefit the Integrative Support Services offered at the Vernon Cancer Center. Your participation will directly help patients and their families through treatment and recovery. The 3.5 mile neigh- borhood walk starts and ends at the hospital, and all ages are welcome. Online registration will begin in June at www.nwh.org/hopewalks or contact Haillie MacNeill at 617. 243.5915 or hopewalks@partners.org. 3The McGlynn, Clinton & Hall 3The Mass. Eye and Ear-Newton physi- cians provide general ear, nose, and throat services for adults and children, head and neck surgery, and audiograms. In addi- tion, Dr. Mark Rounds, Medical Director performs facial plastic and reconstructive surgery. He was once again selected as a "Top Doc" by Boston magazine. To learn more about Mass. Eye and Ear-Newton, visit www.MassEyeAndEar.org/Newton. 3Charles River Wine Cellars is proud to announce its new line of Charles River Contemporary Racking. This line was the result of a locally commissioned project which blends the mediums of wood and metal to create a truly unique wine storage system which gives the illusion of a floating wine collection. Charles River Wine Cellars will be showcasing this new product in May 2012 at the Hospitality Design Expo in Las Vegas. Call 781.235.2501 or visit www.charlesriverwinecellars.com. Insurance Agencies has recently updated and completely revamped its Web site. The new Web site includes informative and educational blogs relating to both personal and commercial business. Take a look at www.mchinsure.com and let us know what you think. Call Patti McGlynn at 978.443.6530 or e-mail her at pmcglynn@mchinsure.com. 3J. Todd Galleries commemorates 30 years in Wellesley this summer. Owners Bob and Phyllis Totaro, who began the business in their home in 1980, moved it to Wellesley Square in 1982. It now houses some 4,000 works of art and offers a full range of art-related services including art and frame restoration, consulting, art appraisal, and complex custom framing. The gallery has had patrons from all 50 states and six of the seven continents. WellesleyWeston Magazine | summer 2012 REBECCA BROWN

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