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3 Christopher Dallmus of Design Associates, Cambridge and Nantucket is pleased to announce that the company has been awarded the Gold Prism award for the "Best Detached Home of 2,500 to 5,000 Square Feet" at the C Lazy U Ranch in Granby, Colorado and the Silver for the "Best Kitchen Remodel over $200,000 of the Kitchen, Family Room, and Mudroom" at the historic Roger Babson residence in Wellesley. To see photos, please visit the 2016 Gold and Silver Prism Award Winning Projects at www.design-associates.com/home. 3 Elaine Bannigan, owner of Pinnacle Residential Properties, announced that Teri Adler is the compa- ny's top agent for the ninth consecu- tive year. "Teri is one of the most talented and skilled real estate professionals in New England as evidenced by her stunning sales results and the overwhelmingly positive testimonials she receives from her clients," Bannigan said. Adler is an area native and received her MBA from Babson College. She and her family currently live in Wellesley. To reach Teri, call 617.306.3642. 3 Beginning in early 2017, J. Todd Galleries will be showing the work of famed Boston expressionist painter Giovanni DeCunto. DeCunto's bold, expressive works are both visually and intellectually engaging, and sure to catch the eyes of passersby when they see them in the gallery's windows at 572 Washington Street in Wellesley. The gallery plans to further bolster its offerings of more con- temporary artists and will continue to showcase the traditional and transitional artists for whom they are best known. For more information, please visit www.jtodd.com. 3 Dean Poritzky, principal and license partner at Engel & Völkers Wellesley, is delighted to announce the addition of six new advisors to the shop including: Sari Coduri, Jen Cubell, Jennifer Lozada, Rob MacLeod, Keith Magnus, and Paige McVay. Engel & Völkers is the lead- ing international real estate firm based in Hamburg, Germany and nationally in New York City. Further expanding its rapidly growing footprint in New England, the new shop is located at One Abbott Street in Wellesley Square. 3 In June, Dana Hall School in Wellesley will host its Girls' Summer Leadership Program for girls who have completed eighth grade. The seven-day, six- night residential program offers specially-designed workshops and activities to help girls find the tools they need to navigate the transition to high school with confidence and self-awareness. Now accepting applications for the 2017 session (June 24-30). Find out more at www.danahall.org/gslp. 3 Barbara Elza Hirsch of Elza B. Design, Inc. was thrilled to participate in the Concord Holiday Home Tour on Saturday, December 3 to benefit the Concord Museum. She dec- orated a grand Craftsman home with rustic and organic Christmas décor including abundant fresh greens, birch logs, flowers, colorful fruit, burlap, and pinecones to bring a festive feel to the home. Barbara especially loved creating the dining room table setting with a fresh floral arrange- ment, antique china, and a limed-oak candelabra. 3 Dave Schofield has joined Wellesley's Deland, Gibson Insurance, bringing with him many years of insurance sales and entrepreneurial experience. In other news, Deland, Gibson's Alexis Kimball 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 p r i n g 2 0 1 7 inbox Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook Needham Bank announced that Wellesley resi- dent Bill Darcey has been appointed to the bank's board of directors. In addition to his work with Needham Bank, Darcey is the president and chief executive officer of Provider Group Insurance. He is also the treasurer of Wellesley Youth Hockey, was a coach for Wellesley lacrosse and baseball teams, and is a governor for Wellesley Country Club. Needham Bank, with a location on 458 Washington Street in Wellesley, is a member FDIC and SIF. Barbara Hirsch Dean Poritzky Giovanni DeCunto Teri Adler M A U R A W A Y M A N Chris Dallmus

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