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3 Cutting Edge Homes is pleased to announce that they will again serve as a Gold Sponsor for Boston Design Week, March 29 –April 9, 2017. This will be the fourth year for the 12-day citywide festival, which in 2016 had 80+ events throughout Greater Boston and attracted an estimated 11,000 participants. "This festival brings together the design community, and we are honored to be involved again this year," remarks Sean Cutting, president of Cutting Edge Homes. For more information visit www.ThinkCuttingEdge.com or call 508.435.1280. 3 Karen Newman of Pentimento Interiors was awarded the Silver 2016 Prism Award for "Best Kitchen Renovation" of the Roger Babson house in Wellesley along with Design Associates. Combining elegant features such as a vintage 40-inch alabaster light fixture, floor to ceiling custom cabinetry, luxurious two-inch Carrara marble slabs, and natural brass hardware, the kitchen is a statement in both design and function, while honoring the original details of its 1920's architectural plans. For more information about Pentimento Interiors, visit www.pentimentointeriors.com or call 617.840.4204. 3 William LoVerme, M.D., at Accurate Aesthetics Plastic Surgery, P.C., now offers patients the brand new BTL Exilis Ultra™ machine, which is a revolu- tion in skin tightening. It is the first non-invasive aesthetic device to simultaneously transmit radio frequency and ultrasound energy. By combining energies, the delivered therapy is safer and more comfortable, with consistent results for a wide variety of patients of various ages, body mass index, and skin type. For more information, visit www.AccurateAesthetics.com or call 781.263.0011. 3 Medi Tresse recently announced that Dr. Mark DiStefano and Diana Gallerani, N.P. have joined its medical team. Dr. DiStefano brings over 20 years of experience as the preeminent hair restoration specialist in New England, and is a member of the American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery, as well as the International Board of Hair Restoration Surgery. Gallerani has an extensive medical background as both a registered nurse and nurse practitioner for almost 10 years. Visit www.meditresse.com. 3 Alba Boutique is thrilled to announce the opening of their third location at 22 Church Street in Wellesley. Alba features an assortment of contemporary and chic women's apparel and accessories. The store made its mark in fashion in New Jersey in 2013, and now founder Jeanna Bruno has teamed up with Weston native Kate Phelan to bring more than two decades of industry experience and style to Church Square. Alba offers monthly events and trunk shows with global designers and serves chilled champagne every Saturday. Follow the Alba journey via Instagram @albaboutique. 3 On March 29 from 7:00 to 9:00 pm psychotherapist and author Lynn Lyons will lead a workshop called "Anxious Kids, Anxious Parents: How to Stop the Worry Cycle at Home and School." Lyons will teach seven concrete strategies that normalize worry and help families respond and react to worry in a differ- ent way. This event will be held at Charles River School in Dover, an independent PreK-8 school, located in Dover. It is open to the community and free of charge. Visit www.charlesriverschool.org. 34 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | s p r i n g 2 0 1 7 recent news briefs covering wellesley and weston people, places, and businesses inbox Longtime Wellesley resident Margaret Boles Fitzgerald was recently honored with the Salvation Army's Others Award for her gener- ous and selfless service to the community and to "others" in need. Fitzgerald has been a mem- ber of The Salvation Army's Massachusetts State Board of Advisors since 1998 and chairs its communications committee. She also serves as Chair of the Board of the Henry Luce Foundation, with oversight of $30 million in international grant making, and she is a member of the board of Brookline Bank. Lynn Lyons Karen Newman Kate Phelan and Jeanna Bruno S H A U N A E P S T E I N