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 to the latest data released by the EPA, Wellesley's 11.4 percent voluntary renewable energy participa- tion rate trails only Palo Alto, California (21.5 percent) and Portland, Oregon (12.7 percent) nationally. 3Please join us for a series of free 90-minute informational workshops that address the new Massachusetts Alimony Reform Law and its poten- tial effect on you. Family law attorney Howard Goldstein and associates will outline the major changes in the law and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst Gabrielle Clemens will offer financial solutions. Workshop dates are: November 14 and 28, December 5 and 12, January 9 and 23, and February 6 and 27. Please call 617.439.8528 for more information. 3Westernacher & Partner Consulting, Inc., a global consulting firm in Wellesley Square, has just completed its first SAP Extended Warehouse Management (EWM) project in the Boston area. The project enabled their client, a $1.5 billion precision equipment manufacturer, to increase inventory turns houses diamonds and precious jewels on the first level, Swiss and German watches on the second level, and fine gifts and bridal registry on the third level. Discover the incredible at Shreve, Crump & Low now located at 39 Newbury Street in Boston, or at 232 Boylston Street in Chestnut Hill. 3Wellesley Friendly Aid has created Wellesley Volunteers thanks to a grant from the Fund for Wellesley to promote volunteerism in the town by enabling Wellesley organizations to match their needs for volunteers with local residents interested in volunteer- ing. Wellesley Volunteers will operate through use of volunteermatch.org, a long-established external website. The Wellesley Volunteers Task Force is a citizen group representing town nonprofits and town agencies. For more information, please contact Megan Burns at wellesleyvolunteers@gmail.com. 3David Varela, Complex Manager and Vice President, Investments for Raymond James & Christian Wagner by factor 2-3. From "Service Parts Optimization" in the automotive industry to compliance with "ePedigree" (track and trace) for pharmaceuticals, Westernacher combines American innovation with German engineering for game-changing results. For more information check out www.westernacher.com. 3Shreve, Crump & Low has relocated its Boston flagship store to 39 Newbury Street. Located in a 100- year-old townhome, there is an architectural atmosphere of refined elegance to the space which 36 Associates Inc., Member New York Stock Exchange/SIPC, is pleased to announce another addition to his complex of financial advisors. Mr. Mark W. Teed joins David from Wells Fargo and will work in David's Springfield, Massachusetts branch. With this acquisition David, whose complex is based in Wellesley Hills, will have supervisory responsibility on almost $1.5 billion of investable assets. If you wish to consult with David about cur- rent stock market conditions and/or your portfolio please call 781.235.1391. Shawna Nehiley and Deborah Young 3The Clever Hand Gallery welcomes photographer Gail Fischer as its newest member. Gail's photos often illustrate a sense of humor or mystery, inviting viewers to take a second look at the image and ques- 3Body in Motion, creators of the barfusion™ total body workout, has expanded their class schedule and staff. The Linden Square facility now features over 45 barfusion and Pilates classes per week taught by experienced instructors, including new barfusionSTRETCH and barfusionAMPED. Their talented staff now includes 14-year Pilates veteran Shawna Nehiley and Power Pilates trained instruc- tor, Deborah Young. Get back in shape this fall with Celebrating 40 years in Natick, Renjeau Galleries is one of the Boston area's premier art galleries, offering a large selection of contemporary and traditional fine art from established and emerging artists. Conveniently located on Route 9 (79 Worcester Street) in Natick, Renjeau represents both local painters and artists from around the world. The gallery is open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and evenings by appointment. Call 508.655.5121 for more information. tion what they are seeing. A graphically interesting landscape could be a documentary shot, an inti- mate portrait, or a humorous image. Gail's images are fine works of art printed on special handmade paper. Some are embellished with oil pastels. See our ad on page 197. WellesleyWeston Magazine | winter 2012/2013 PHO TOS BY MAURA WAYMAN

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