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 $3,000 worth of new-member benefits, including 3% discounts on health insurance for small busi- nesses, advertising in The Townsman and chamber e-newsletters, and networking events. The public is invited to bid for local merchants' holiday gifts at the Shop Wellesley First Silent Auction to be held on November 17 at Babson Executive Conference Center. Call 781.235.2446 for more information. left to right: Heather Percy, Frank Pickett, Matt Watson, Gail Roberts, Pat Villani, and Katie Welch a nonprofit organization that provides support serv- ices and programs to at-risk children and families in Cambridge and Somerville. Sales associates and employees of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage donated crayons, colored pencils, paper, notebooks, glue, scissors, backpacks, and other school essentials. The items were delivered to The Guidance Center's main office in Cambridge. Visit www.NewEnglandMoves.com. 3Join Us! The Wellesley Chamber of Commerce will continue its $299 annual membership rate through the end of 2012. Take advantage of over 3Shafer O'Neil Interior Design welcomes you to join them for their ongoing "Design Discourse" guest series the first Thursday of every month. On Thursday, December 1 join Judy O'Neil Labins and Sarah Horton for "Decorating for the Holidays" and receive a 10 percent discount for purchases throughout the evening. On January 3, join Jill Butler, author of "Create the Space you Deserve," as she guides you to create your ideal living space through a personal journey. 3Owners of the award-winning Adamas Fine Jewelry in Newton are expanding their admired Patrick Ahearn Architect is proud to have been awarded the Bulfinch award from the Institute for Classical Architecture and Art for new construction over 5,000 sq ft. for a resi- dential project in Edgartown, as well as a Merit Award for the Boathouse as an urban, commercial project also in Edgartown. The projects were on display in the Doric Hall of the Massachusetts State House the first week of November. brand with the new IMPULSE by Adamas Fine Jewelry showroom scheduled to open November 30 in Wellesley at 180 Linden Street, #104. The IMPULSE showroom will offer exclusive designer jewelry collections from well-known artists as well as newly discovered names and will feature an exclusive signature jewelry collection designed by store owners Anto Aboyan and Veronica Sagherian. For more information, please call 781.416.1800 or visit www.trustyourimpulse.com. 3Nicole Carol Hair Studio, located at 141 Linden Street in Wellesley, is celebrating a grand re-open- ing after seventeen years in business with a new name. Owners Nicole Killilea and Carol Flynn welcome stylist Nino Martinez, a board-certified hair colorist formerly of Newbury Street, to their team. With over 20 years of experience specializing in corrective hair coloring and precision cuts, the 34 left to right: Carol Flynn, Nino Martinez, and Nicole Killilea team offers personal service and attention to detail in a relaxed and social environment. See their ad on page 187. 3Amy Mizner, principal of Benoit Mizner Simon & Co. Real Estate has been named one of Banker & Tradesman's Women of FIRE, an annual award honoring the key female players in the local FIRE (Finance, Insurance and Real Estate) sector. Debi Benoit, also a principal of Benoit Mizner Simon & Co. was, for a third year, ranked as one of the country's top real estate agents according to The Wall Street Journal/Real Trends 2012 Real Estate Top 250 Sales Professionals by Dollar Volume. Visit www.benoitmiznersimon.com. 3The Town of Wellesley received the "Green Power Community" award from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), becoming the first com- munity in Massachusetts and only the second in New England to receive this designation. According left to right: Rep. Alice Peisch, Senator Cynthia Creem, Ellen Korpi,Terri Tsagaris, Ira Leighton, Richard Joyce, and Richard Sullivan WellesleyWeston Magazine | winter 2012/2013

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