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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30 138 178 22 The Green Scene Ruth Furman shares her spring blooming favorites that will revive your garden. 30 The 10 Tips for Spring Cleaning Follow our spring cleaning and home maintenance suggestions and save yourself from big headaches in the years to come. 34 Inbox Get the latest on the people who make things go in community businesses and read about important events in Wellesley and Weston. 54 Forum Readers speak out on issues of importance to them. In this issue, Erica Dumont dis- cusses the collaboration between the public schools and the Wellesley Historical Society that gives students access to the Denton Butterfly Collection. 138 Business Area artisans showcase their talents while crafting creative businesses. contents departments spring 2017 M A U R A W A Y M A N M E D I A B A K E R Y B L O N D E T U L I P P H O T O G R A P H Y 146 Fitness & Health Regardless of their ages, Wellesley and Weston women are committing themselves to regular workouts to meet their goals. 154 Good Works As executive director of Hope for the Children of Haiti, former Wellesley resident Lee Stone helps orphanage children face a brighter future. 162 Family Matters You don't have to travel far to find a rich selection of nonathletic activities for kids. 170 Education Meet the Robot Raiders, the Wellesley Middle School LEGO team that's full of girl power. 178 Artist Profile Artist Chelsea Sebastian finds inspiration for her paintings in Wellesley. 186 Books Matthew McKay's first book, Evolved, is a science fiction novel that explores life's big questions. 190 Food & Wine Learn how to better nourish yourself this spring with our ideas and recipes for healthful eating. 198 Excursions Cape Ann on Boston's North Shore offers plenty to enjoy on a day trip or longer. 208 About Town Wellesley and Weston residents attending noteworthy events throughout Greater Boston. 224 Last But Not Least This page gives our readers the opportunity to express themselves creatively with writing, art, and photography. In this issue, Maggie Mulqueen writes about being the last one down the mountain during family ski trips.