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3 Lisa Abeles, Wellesley resident and president of Abeles & Associates Architects, Inc., is happy to announce that her full-service firm is now including land- scape design for their architectural clients. "The fact of life in New England is that a lot of our landscape appreciation is enjoyed from the inside looking out," Abeles notes. "The architecture and landscape need to be fully integrated from the beginning of the design process, incorporating composed views from each window." 3 Principals Debi Benoit, Amy Mizner, and Sheryl Simon of real estate powerhouse Benoit Mizner Simon & Co. (BMS) welcome seasoned brokers Annie Bauman and Sandy B. Tobin—in addition to The Pearlstein Team—to the company's roster of experienced associates who will soon be working out of BMS's new Needham office at 936 Great Plain Avenue. With the addition of Benoit Mizner Simon & Co.'s Needham location, the company's roster size will exceed 100 sales associates in 2017. 3 Meadowbrook Day Camp will be hosting an open house on Sunday, March 5 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. Drop in to take a tour of the wonderful camp facilities, gyms, and pools and ask questions of Director Dan Hanlon. Children are welcome to come with their parents. Meadowbrook Day Camp opens June 26, 2017, runs through August 18, and is for kids 4.6 to 12.6 years of age. Teen Adventure programs are also available. For more information, visit daycamp.meadowbrook-ma.org. 3 Neiman Marcus Natick hosted a holiday-inspired cosmetics runway event called Project Beauty on November 19. Neiman Marcus Special Events Manager Chuck Steelman flew in from Dallas to emcee the show, and nine cosmetic and fragrance lines participated. Even Santa made a guest appearance down the runway. Following the show that was funded by MasterCard, attendees enjoyed an after-party, which included a photo booth, makeovers, skincare consultations, refreshments, and more. Attendees also relaxed in the MasterCard Lounge, which housed the Lalique Trunk Show. 3 On April 12, The Chestnut Hill School will host its annual spring open house from 8:30 to 10:30 am. There will be an opportunity to tour the school and to speak with faculty, administrators, trustees, cur- rent families, and students. Please call 617.264.1342 for more information. There is no need to RSVP. 3 In celebration of their ninth anniversary in Wellesley, FLX Training is debuting a brand-new lineup to show how your workout can be the best part of the day. Clients can now experience their diverse culture, professionalism, and lighthearted- ness through an unlimited group personal training membership, "FLX'D," a couples program, and FIERCE, a women's only monthly health challenge. All options at FLX allow clients to sweat and smile with people who feel like family. FLX Training is located at 443 Worcester Street in Wellesley. Visit www.flxtraining.com. 3 Forever Young Laser & Skin Center, located at 204 Worcester Street in Wellesley, is now offering Profound, a revolu- tionary energy- based facial treat- ment. Profound is designed to create 40 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 Patrick Ahearn, FAIA has recently been awarded eight PRISM Awards hosted by Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston and five BRICC Awards hosted by Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod. Please visit www.patrickahearn.com for more information and links to social media. Tracy Korby Sandy Tobin Annie Bauman Lisa Abeles Chuck Steelman and Christine Labb Derith Cass and Fran Avila

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