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other special occasions to create a lasting memory in a framed piece of art to suit your style. For more information please visit www.annathurber.com. 3 Precision Built, Inc. is celebrating its 11-year anni- versary. Kris Kolligian started his business with a referral, and can proudly say 100 percent of the busi- ness has been earned thanks to satisfied customers who have spread the word. The company's attention to detail is unparalleled, ensuring everything has been completed exactly as they dreamed. From his- toric renovations to island estates, Precision Built brings their clients' visions to life. For more informa- tion, visit www.precisionblt.com or call 508.655.0778. 3 Getti Gear, a women's active wear boutique, is celebrating five years in Wellesley and recently moved to to a new location at 85 Central Street. At Getti Gear, you'll find fashionable and functional apparel for all of your activities including yoga, Pilates, running, workout, tennis, barre, and more. Featured brands include Nancy Rose Performance, NUX, Terez, Prana, Handful bras, OOfos footwear, and ToPo Athletic shoes, to name just a few. For additional information, visit www.gettigear.com. 3 Lovelane Special Needs Horseback Riding Program was awarded $30,000 from the Weston Reunion Fund, Inc. Founded in Weston in 1988, and now located in Lincoln, Lovelane is recognized by the Boston pediatric medical community for its innovative approach in providing therapeutic horseback riding to 130 children with disabilities each week. Lovelane is one of several nonprofits selected by members of Weston High School's Class of 1971 who initiated a fundraising campaign to not only benefit others in the community, but to make their 50th reunion impactful. 3 Wellesley-based F.L.Putnam Investment Management Company announced that Weston resident Abby Psyhogeos has joined the firm as senior vice president and private client advisor. She will be based in Portland, Maine, expanding the firm's local presence. Psyhogeos joins F.L.Putnam from Bainco International Investors, a registered investment advisor based in Boston, where she spent nearly 30 years working with high-net-worth clients. F.L.Putnam provides investment manage- ment and financial planning advice and services to high-net-worth clients, endowments, and founda- tions. For more information, visit www.flputnam.com. 3 Margolis & Bloom, an estate, special needs, and long-term care planning law firm, recently expanded its office locations in the Metrowest area, opening in the Wellesley Office Park and moving its Boston location to the Boston Marathon finish line on Boylston Street. Over the past 25 years, Margolis & Bloom has worked with its clients to find the best estate planning or elder law solution for each client. The firm's nationally recognized attorneys make sure that each client's unique needs are met. To learn more, visit www.margolis.com. PLEASE SEND YOUR INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS to jill@wellesleywestonmagazine.com. E-mail submissions only please; jpeg photos are welcome at 300dpi. 3 For more Inbox news, please visit wwmblog.com front row: Debby Sabin, Delaney Supple, Sophie the horse, Amelia Stevenson, Patty Wright, and Tom Keery; back row: Rebecca Stevenson, Erica Supple, Peter Kellogg, Steve Bruneau, Eliza Wall, Megan Donovan, and Peter Fenn B R I G I T T E B O U C H A R D V O E L K Abby Psyhogeos B I L L T R U S L O W Visit wwmblog.com for more Inbox news featuring Keyes Drug, Life Time Athletic Chestnut Hill, Morehouse MacDonald and Associates, Inc., Dr. Robert Savage, and more. 41 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 8

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