WellesleyWeston Magazine

FALL 2018

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 recent news briefs covering wellesley and weston people, places, and businesses 3 Katz Legal Group LLC of Wellesley is pleased to announce that Attorney Deborah A. Katz received the 2018 10 Best Attorneys in Massachusetts award for Exceptional and Outstanding Client Service from the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys; the 2017 National Advocates awards for Top 100 Attorneys in Massachusetts; and Top 30 for Matrimonial and Family Law. 3 After more than 90 years on Church Street, the Page Waterman Gallery and Fine Framing has relo- cated to 592a Washington Street in Wellesley, behind the Century 21 Commonwealth office building. Customers may access their free convenient parking lot via the driveway across the street from Smith & Wollensky. For custom framing services, or if you're in the market for a new painting, come visit Page Waterman in their new home. For more information, call 781.235.0430 or visit www.PageWaterman.com. 3 A number of local residents joined Kate Walsh, president and CEO of Boston Medical Center (BMC), for an engaging luncheon at the Wellesley Country Club in May. Kate led a panel discussion on adoles- cent addiction that featured special guests Michael Botticelli, executive direc- tor of the Grayken Center for Addiction at Boston Medical Center; Dr. Sarah Bagley, founder and director of CATALYST CLINIC, a BMC program for adolescents and young adults with substance abuse disorders; and Jamie Chisum, principal of Wellesley High School. 3 Casabella Interiors was awarded "Best Home Furnishings Shop" from Boston magazine, and "Best in Design" from Houzz, and is now launching Bella, an online shop to better serve their customers. The virtual boutique will feature a variety of beautiful objects including furniture, lighting, rugs, and accessories sourced from one-of-a-kind global brands that share Casabella's reverence for elegance and simplicity. One found object at a time, Casabella is committed to bringing uncommon beauty to interiors near and far. Please visit www.casabellainteriors.com. 3 Nigohsian Carpet and Rug is celebrating 90 years of offering top-quality floor coverings. Nigohsian pro- vides carpet and area rugs of exceptional qual- ity along with out- standing service. When you visit Nigohsian Carpet and Rug at 57 Crawford Street in Needham you'll work with a professional, highly-trained staff member — most likely, one of the owners — to help you select the product that's right for you. Come in and experience the difference that three generations of experience makes. To learn more, visit www.nigohsiancarpet.com or call 781.444.RUGS. 3 For more than six years, CS Bailey Landscape's horticulturalists, landscape architects, and contrac- tors have been beautifying and maintaining some of the most admired properties in the Boston area. CS Bailey's professionals know just what to plant to add color, texture, and beauty to your outdoor space. And now you can add seasonal cheer and welcome your guests to your home all year long with gor- geous outdoor containers and window boxes cre- ated by a talented CS Bailey designer. For more information, visit www.csbaileylandscape.com or call 339.368.2442. Hope and Comfort Inc. was honored by the Wellesley-based New England 500 Clubs with a $20,000 grant at the organization's recent "Night of 500 Stars" gala. Founded in 2011 by Weston resi- dent Jeff Feingold, Hope and Comfort is the only organization in Greater Boston solely dedicated to meeting the hygiene needs of youth living in pov- erty. The nonprofit was nominated by board mem- ber Amy Reich Weil, an attorney at Kertzman & Weil, LLP in Wellesley. For more information, visit www.hopeandcomfort.org. Jeff Feingold, Jesse Mattleman, and Amy Reich Weil Michelle Holbrook Sturdy Waterman and Ryan Black Charlene Nigohsian Fallon and Bill Fallon Deborah A. Katz above: l to r: Mariann Youniss, Jamie Chisum, Dr. Sarah Bagley, Pattie Bishop, Kate Walsh, and Michael Botticelli 30 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | f a l l 2 0 1 8

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