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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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 36 3 Noble and Greenough School, a co-ed day and five-day boarding school, located at 10 Campus Drive in Dedham, is hosting open houses on Saturday, October 15 from 9 a.m. to noon and Tuesday, December 6 from 6:30 to 9 p.m.. Nobles offers an exceptional academic, athletic, and cre- ative experience with an emphasis on service- learning and community. The school supports intellectual, social, and personal growth to encour- age a lifetime mission of inspiring leadership for the public good. Visit admission.nobles.edu. 3 Maven Interior Design, a boutique design firm based in Wellesley, has recently moved into new office space at 568 Washington Street, Suite 25, in downtown Wellesley (above Comina and Tutto Italiano). Deborah Berger is the founder, owner, and principal designer for Maven, and she's excited to have such a bright and happy place to work each day. In other news, the firm's project on the Cape for a Wellesley client was recently featured in The Boston Globe Magazine. 3 The Massachusetts Board of Higher Education voted unanimously to appoint Dr. David Podell as the sixth president of Massachusetts Bay Community College. Dr. Podell began his tenure on July 1, following Dr. Yves Salomon-Fernandez, who was serving as MassBay's interim president this past academic year. Dr. Podell was formerly the vice president for Academic Affairs and dean of faculty at Marymount Manhattan College in New York. Visit www.massbay.edu. 3 Charles River Medical Associates, an affiliate of Partners Health Care, has opened a new adult pri- his business throughout the years was earned through referrals from satisfied cus- tomers who spread the word. The com- pany's attention to detail is unparal- leled, ensuring everything is com- pleted exactly as the homeowner dreamed. From historic renova- tions to island estates, Precision Built brings its clients' visions to life. For more information, visit www.precisionblt.com or call 508.655.0778. 3 Countless Wellesley area women know and love Kathryn Russo, who has practiced aesthetic derma- tology here for years. Russo recently expanded her practice to offer an even wider range of medical spa services at a Metrowest location called Destination Beauty. Russo invites new and former clients to visit for a complimentary consult on cutting-edge treat- ments like IV vitamin therapy, platelet-rich plasma, Viora, PDO thread lifts, and sclerotherapy, in addi- tion to such much-requested services as lasers, Botox, and fillers. Visit www.dbmedspa.com. 3 Boston Fine Home Details is ready to show off its new design show- room at 244 Needham Street in Newton. Specializing in cus- tom fireplace pack- ages and high-end architectural door hardware, Fine Home Details caters to interior designers, archi- tects, trade professionals, and homeowners. No matter the size of the project, the Fine Home Details professionals will embrace their role as part of your design team and work within your budget to help you achieve the look and function you desire. Visit www.finehomedetails.com. Dana Hall as Bradley begins her tenure along with the school's inaugural 5th grade class. Dana Hall is now officially a grade 5-12 school for girls. 3 Cutting Edge Homes recently launched a video series called "Seven Keys to a Successful Design/Build Process." The series featured weekly videos with compa- ny president Sean Cutting, who shared insight into the design/build process. Topics covered best practices, such as staying on time and budget, and also offered helpful tips for first timers. The videos were released weekly on the Cutting Edge Home's Facebook page and are now archived on their YouTube channel. Visit http://tinyurl.com/jet6h53 to watch the entire series and subscribe for more great advice. 3 On Sunday, May 15, a crowd gathered at Jesamondo Salon & Spa for a SalonAThon—a fundraising day in support of Neighbors Helping Neighbors through the Natick Service Council. With food, fun, haircuts, nail polish changes, waxing, massages, and more, the day was a hit raising more than $2,000, all of which will be donated to the cause. A special thanks to all who attended and Westside Collision Center for providing grills and helping with food. 3 Hub Leather, Greater Boston's leading leather fur- niture and restoration company, is pleased to announce that it now provides its in-home service in Wellesley and Weston. Craftsman and owner Bryan Graves continuously amazes his clients and pro- vides the highest performance maintenance and repairs for all types of leather projects. To receive a free estimate and preserve or restore your treasured leather furniture, please call 508.405.0599. 3 Precision Built, Inc. is celebrating its 10-year anniversary. Kris Kolligian started his business with one referral and can proudly say that 100 percent of For more Inbox news, please visit wwmblog.com Visit wwmblog.com for more Inbox news Visit wwmblog.com for more Inbox news featuring Davis Museum at Wellesley College, Hartney Greymont, Pageo, SchoolFit, TATCHA, Wellesley Hills Center for Early Education, and more. J E F F R E Y S . A D A M S Sean Cutting Jeff Nelson

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