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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Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook inbox 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 34 or celebrate friends and family. For more details, visit www.westpersonalchefservices.com or call 774.287.1862. 3 Dr. Touradj Ameli, director of the Wellesley Masonic Lodge, presented the 2016 Wellesley High School Senior Class Award to Megan Shinnick, who is well known for her Ted talk on depression in schools. There was also a matching award (Gerard & Kathleen Martin scholarship) from ARID Newton- Wellesley Dental Group. Shinnick will be attending Salem State University in the fall for Theater Education. The scholarship award is based on sus- tained community service to Wellesley, strong aca- demic endeavors, and financial need. For more infor- mation please contact Dr. Ameli at 781.237.1190. 3 Drs. Ali and Ali of Wellesley Dental Group have recently acquired Digital Smile Design, a new tech- nology that will transform the world of smile makeovers. It allows for a completely digital plat- form for analyzing facial aesthetics and structure, as well as serving as a communication and visuali- zation tool that enables patients to work with their dentist to design, tweak, and modify their restora- tive treatment plan to match their ultimate function- al and aesthetic goals. 3 In July 2016, Caroline Erisman stepped down as Dana Hall's head of school. For eight years, she served Dana Hall with extraordinary commitment, and her accomplishments were numerous and diverse. Over the summer, Katherine Bradley suc- ceeded Erisman as Dana Hall's 11th head of school. Bradley joins Dana Hall from Groton School, where she spent the last 14 years. This is a historic year for land surrounding the property, this is the place to live where you play. Visit www.squamlanding.com or call 603.968.7711 for more information. 3 Lisa Rogers of Wellesley is a recipi- ent of the 2016 PEN New England Susan P. Bloom Children's Book Discovery Award. The award, given annually by the organization's Children's Book Committee, honors emerging writers. Her nonfiction picture book manuscript, Mr. Marshall's Red Wheelbarrow, is about the man who inspired William Carlos Williams' famous poem. Winners pre- sented their work to the public at Discovery Evening at Simmons College, and editors at major publishing houses read the winning manuscripts. 3 West Personal Chef Services is happy to announce prix fixe gift certificates. This all-inclusive option makes a great gift for any special occasion. Now you can share quality, fresh food to help out 3 Wellesley archi- tect and resident Jan Gleysteen AIA recently attended a drawing tour in Paris with the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art. The week-long course took advan- tage of the extraor- dinary Parisian col- lection of Neo-Classical architecture through a series of lectures, tours, and demonstrations by renowned artists and watercolorists. For more information on Jan Gleysteen Architects and their work please visit www.jangleysteeninc.com or con- tact Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc. at 781.431.0080. 3 Squam River Landing is excited to announce the completion and residency of its first three cus- tom homes at Squam River Landing in Ashland, New Hampshire. All homes are built with the high- est sustainable features and standards, with mini- mal impact to the surrounding land. With three homes currently under construction at Squam River Landing and over 1,000 acres of conservation This year's Runway to Miracle's Event at Neiman Marcus was a huge success. Co-chairs Dalia Nuwayhid and Kristie Zaccagnino organized a fabulous event to benefit St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. Local kids and moms strutted their stuff on the catwalk dressed in the latest styles with Wellesley and Weston residents cheering them on. The event raised money for the hospital, which offers free care to children with cancer and taught local children about the importance of giving back. Lisa Rogers B E T H F U R M A N Megan Shinnick and Dr. Touradji Ameli Jan Gleysteen J A N E T W O L B A R S T

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