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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areas including landscape design, horticulture, and floral design. Members maintain the Forbes con- servation land and seasonal and perennial plant- ings in the Town watering trough and other traffic islands. For the winter holidays, the club makes more than 75 wreaths for Weston's public build- ings. Celebratory activities will include a high tea for members, a display of historical club material, and a video documentary. For more information, visit www.westongardenclub.org. 3 C.H. Newton Builders is proud to announce the official opening of its new office at 245 Washington Street in Wellesley Hills. C.H. Newton's repertoire of services and projects extends beyond building homes, and the company is well versed in a diverse range of specialties including pre-construction, fine homebuilding, estate care, historical restoration, architectural millwork, and special projects. Expertise, customization, and first-class quality are all at the core of every project they complete. Visit the company's new website at www.chnewton.com or call 781.943.3199. 3 Dr. Changhong Zhou, a licensed acupuncturist and herbalist, has joined Boston Chinese Acupuncture, located at 105 Chestnut Street in Needham. A graduate of the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Dr. Zhou is also a researcher at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Zhou has over 30 years of medical experience and specializes in pain management and infectious diseases. He is currently accepting new patients and also practices in Boca Raton, Florida. For more information or to schedule a complimentary ten-minute consultation, please call 781.449.1813. 3 Sippican Partners Construction, LLC participat- ed in the 2015 Lakes Region Parade of Homes and was honored with two awards. The award for Best Exterior Finish and Best Unique Features & Product were chosen out of 12 homes that were part of the parade. This annual event every fall draws hun- dreds to the Lakes Region, where visitors can tour homes build by the best builders in the area. Visit www.sippicanpartners.com or call 603.968.7711. 3 Dana Hall's Board of Trustees has named Katherine Bradley as Dana Hall's next Head of School. In July 2016, she will succeed Caroline Erisman, becoming Dana's 11th Head of School in 135 years. As Dana Hall celebrates the 135th anniversary of the 1881 founding of Dana Hall School, Bradley joins Dana Hall from Groton School, where she has spent the last 14 years. Bradley is well poised to lead Dana Hall into the future and to uphold the School's mission. 3 Gail Bogle, manager of Hammond Residential Real Estate's Wellesley and Weston offices, is pleased to announce that Jennifer Lozada and Margie Monroe have affiliated with Hammond and will be collaborating with clients from Hammond's 40 Grove Street and 506 Boston Post Road office locations. 3 The Lagassé Group Custom Builders is pleased to announce that Kevin Boya has joined the company's field staff as an assistant superin- tendent. Kevin comes to The Lagassé Group from Turner Construction Company where he worked most recently as a Project Engineer. Kevin is a 2013 graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology with a degree in Construction Management. Visit www.thelagassegroup.com. 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 u m m e r 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. Sean King, General Manager of Mercedes- Benz of Burlington, is pleased to announce that the dealership has received the Mercedes-Benz USA Best of the Best Dealer Recognition Award based on its outstanding performance in 2015. Ranking among the top 15 percent of all Mercedes-Benz dealers across the country, Mercedes-Benz of Burlington was presented the award as a tribute to its success as an independent entrepreneur with a "best or nothing" culture that consistently achieves excellence. E R I C P . M U L L Visit wwmblog.com for more Inbox news featur- ing Wellesley Players, Wellesley Historical Society, Papers & Presents, Stonegate Gardens, Richard Feigenbaum, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Needham, and more. Weston Garden Club members gather for a civic project. Board member Holly Kulow, president Jessica Pohl and vice president Cynthia Chapra hold the banner. Jennifer Lozada Margie Monroe

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