WellesleyWeston Magazine

SUMMER 2016

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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degrees in arboriculture and soil culture. Over the years, the company has added lawn care and irriga- tion specialists to the staff as well as landscape designers. Hartney Greymont's tree care services include both traditional and organic approaches. For seasonal tree and lawn care tips or to request a con- sultation, visit www.hartney.com or call 781.444.1227. 3 Spring is the per- fect time to refresh your look at Jesamondo Salon & Spa with its new full-time make- up artist Emily Sousa. Schedule your appointment for prom, wed- dings, special occasions, makeup application or lesson, and false eye lash exten- sions with Studio 28 Cosmetics. Emily trained and worked with celebrity makeup artist Stacey Frasca, and the staff at Jesamondo is thrilled to have her join them. Call 508.907.7171 or visit their website to schedule an appointment at www.jesamondo.com. 3 Tremont Auctions, located in Newton Upper Falls, is currently accepting estate merchandise for its upcoming slate of auctions. Douglas Stinson stated, "Tremont is purchasing fine art and estate merchandise, whether it be one item or entire col- lections. We travel throughout New England and we also accept items on a consignment basis." Digital photographs are gladly accepted. Categories suggested include: fine art, Chinese ceramics, oriental rugs, jewelry, sterling silver, and other fine items generally found in New England homes. Contact Tremontauctions@gmail.com. 3 Mike Jennings, Bill Darcey, Eric Morse, Michelle DeSimone, and Eugene Sheehan recently gathered to celebrate Needham Bank's donation of $100,000 to The Wellesley Field Fund. Previously, Needham Bank donated $100,000 to the Sprague Field Project. Needham Bank, with an office on 458 Washington Street in Wellesley, is Member FDIC and Member SIF. 3 ARID Newton-Wellesley Dental Specialty Group and the Wellesley Masonic Lodge are responding to senior oral health needs through community- based partnerships with the Wellesley Council on Aging (COA) providing the "Wellness and Quality of Life through Oral Health" seminar series. In March, Dr. Touradj Ameli and Iva Taslakov pre- sented "Successful Aging" to the COA that detailed the connections between oral health and overall health and well-being. Future presentations will expand upon the subject. For more information call 781.237.1190 or email info@aridnw.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 | s u m m e r 2 0 1 6 inbox Emily Sousa Dr. Touradj Ameli and Iva Taslakov l to r: Mike Jennings, Eugene Sheehan, Eric Morse, Michelle DeSimone, and Bill Darcey

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