WellesleyWeston Magazine

WINTER 2012/2013

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 Central Street in Wellesley. Marshall M. Sloane, who founded the Bank in 1969, will officiate the Grand Opening celebration in December. Discover why Century is the bank families rely on – a place where you can get personal attention. For free business and personal checking accounts, easy online banking, and convenient mobile access, now you can experience the Century difference. www.CenturyBank.com. 3Members of the Kyle Alexandra team went to New York City for Fashion Week and attended several fash- ion shows for Spring 2013; they even made it onto the red carpet! Kyle Alexandra Wardrobe and Style Consulting is very excited about all of the spring trends for 2013 and you can find out more about their experience during fashion week by tuning into the Wellesley Community Channel. Visit www.kylealexandra.com. 3Barbra Thomas is proud to announce she has joined Prudential Town and Country Real Estate. Formerly a real estate agent in Needham, she brings with her a strong background in sales and customer service as well as much insight into renovations and the construction process. A resident of Wellesley, Barbra is looking forward to working with homeowners and home- buyers in the Wellesley market and beyond. 3On Saturday, December 8, do not miss Fabulous Four at Lux Bond & Green in their Wellesley store at 60 Central Street from 10:00 am - 5:00 pm. What's happening? From noon to 4:00 pm, Master Engraver Heidi Cockwill will personalize Simon 32 Berna Ozargun Pearce glassware purchases. Plus, enjoy trunk shows including Raymond Weil watches, Italian designer Roberto Coin collection and Clara Williams jewelry, and taste treats from Simon and Pia Pearce's Vermont restau- rant cookbook. To pre-order Simon Pearce, call 781.235.9119. Visit www.luxbondandgreen.com. 3The West Newton Hearing Center is holding an Open House November 27 through 29. Have your hearing tested by licensed audiologists who will check and clean your current hearing aids and allow you to "test drive" new technology with no financial obligation. All Open House services are provided free of charge. Experience for yourself what excellent service and professional hearing health care is all about. Call 617.332.7244 now to reserve your appointment. 3The owners of Cafe Mangal have opened Muna, a gift shop that sells Turkish goods, next to the restaurant at 555 Washington Street in Wellesley. Berna Ozargun selects handmade items from her native Turkey including pottery, silk scarves, jewelry, pillows, and household accessories. She is avail- able to educate customers and explain the origin of each item sold in the store. Muna is open daily from 10:30 to 3:30 or by appointment. Call 781.235.5322 for more information. 3Wellesley architect and resident Jan Gleysteen AIA has been honored by the 2012 Dream Home Awards with a Gold Award for "Best Custom Home 6,500 to 7,000 SF" for a private residence in Wellesley and Silver Award for "Best Exterior Makeover." He also earned the Grand Award for "Exterior Makeover" and a Merit Award for "Addition" from the 2012 Remodeling Design Awards. Please visit www.jangleysteeninc.com or contact Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc. at 781.431.0080. 3The Wellesley Teen Center will hold its monthly dance and activity night on Saturday, January 12, 2013 from 7:00 to 9:30 pm. All middle school aged kids in Wellesley are welcome to attend and bring a friend, with a signed permission slip. The next event will be at Wellesley Middle School and will feature a DJ, supervised sports, and numerous other activities. For details, visit www.wellesleyma.gov/Pages/ WellesleyMA_Recreation/TeenCenterIndex 3The offices of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New England recently collected and donated school supplies to The Guidance Center, The Weston Community Children's Association (WCCA) recently announced its 2012-13 Board of Directors. The WCCA was founded in 1981 as a volunteer organization dedicated to fostering friend- ships and connections among families with young children in Weston and surrounding communities. Each year, a Board of Directors is selected to oversee a wide variety of events and activi- ties for the WCCA's 250+ member families, including children's programs, community service activities, educational forums, and adult social events. For more information, visit wccakids.org. WellesleyWeston Magazine | winter 2012/2013

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