WellesleyWeston Magazine

FALL 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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3 John Harmon of Wellesley announces the launch of Sandy Sandwich Productions and John Harmon Photography. Sandy Sandwich Productions is a full-service produc- tion company specializing in promotional and event videography. Harmon has been creating video productions for years and loves the process of working with clients to tell their unique stories. John Harmon Photography creates professional images for indi- viduals and families, with particular expertise in head shots for actors and professionals. Visit www.sandysandwichproductions.com or contact jharmonphotovideo@gmail.com. 3 Kertzman & Weil, LLP kicked off the spring real estate season by welcoming more than 100 guests at a book signing event at Babson College. Nina MacLaughlin, local author and former reporter at The Boston Phoenix, read from her book Hammer Head: The Making of a Carpenter and autographed copies for attendees. MacLaughlin shared thoughts on her career transition from reporter to carpenter and guests had the opportunity to connect with others in the local market. 3 Forever Young now has an option for men and women between the ages of 40 and 70 who would like to look younger and reduce sagging faces but aren't ready for traditional cosmetic surgery. PDO threads offer a new approach to facial rejuvenation that is quickly gaining popularity. The procedure is noninvasive, recovery is quick, and results are lon- glasting. Forever Young is located at 204 Worcester Road (Route 9) in Wellesley. To learn more, call 781.431.2110 or visit www.frvryoung.com. 3 Boston Private, a leading provider of fully inte- grated wealth management, trust, and private banking services, announced that Charles N. Nilsen has joined the company as executive vice president and national director of residential lending. Nilsen brings more than 30 years of experience in the financial industry to his new role. As the national director of residential lending, his primary focus is managing mortgage growth and strategy for banking and wealth relationship development across Boston Private's New England and California markets. 3 Carol Hudson of Carol Hudson Designs is celebrat- ing her third year in business. Carol is a master gardener who provides her clients with indoor floral arrangements and plants for spe- cial events and everyday beauty in the home and office. She treats each arrangement as a work of art, combining her floral knowledge with a customer's wishes. Whether hosting a formal event, fundraiser, intimate party, or business func- tion, Carol Hudson Designs will transform your tables and space. Call 781.489.5206 or visit www.carolhudsondesigns.com. 26 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | f a l l 2 0 1 6 recent news briefs covering wellesley and weston people, places, and businesses inbox John Harmon Nina MacLaughlin, Catherine Long, Amy Reich Weil, and Maureen McCaffrey B E T H F U R M A N Charles N. Nilsen F A Y F O T O / B O S T O N This past spring, 280 guests attended the 3rd Wellesley Free Library (WFL) Gala. Doris Kearns Goodwin captivated attendees with her speech "A Love Letter to Libraries," sharing that her passion for books began as a girl while reading to her ill mother. The WFL Foundation provides enhancements to the library through private philanthropy. The gala is its largest fundraiser and this year raised more than $260,000 to support the library including the funding of two NAO Robots, a computer coding teaching tool. M A U R A W A Y M A N Carol Hudson J E F F L A Z Z A R I N O

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