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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Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook inbox Scholar Certificates, representing their completion of a four-year program that focused both on gaining knowledge about the people of the world and an empathetic mindset. The four-year Global Scholars curriculum has four components: activities, courses, travel, and programs. In their senior year, students enroll in a seminar class and choose from five lenses to explore their own topic for a Capstone Project. To learn more, visit www.danahall.org. 3 Sonya Masur is cel- ebrating two years practicing Reiki at her studio in Dover and eight years as a Reiki master, although she says she has actually been practicing Reiki all her life. Reiki is a non-touch healing therapy that, Sonya says, "helps people feel better at every level of their being." It is a peaceful, relaxing, and serene process. To learn more about how Sonya can share this healing modality with you, call 339.225.1389, email her at sonyamasur@gmail.com, or visit www.sonyamasur. com. Please see her ad on page 88. 3 Dedham Country Day School (DCD), an inde- pendent coeducational day school for children PreK−8, invites parents to explore their program this fall with an Open House on October 28 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m., and Classroom Observations on October 24 and November 14 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Check their website for dates and times of additional admissions events. DCD is located min- utes from the intersection of Routes 128 and 109. Visit www.dedhamcountryday.org. 3 Russo's, located at 560 Pleasant Street in Watertown, is celebrating 100 years in business, providing the community with fresh, local produce and unique food items from around the world. Now their new website makes it easier than ever to enjoy all that Russo's has to offer. Check out Mercato to order your favorite items online and have them delivered directly to you or pick them up in the store. And use BloomNation to have flowers and floral arrange- ments delivered. You can also buy Russo's tote bags online and ship them to friends anywhere in the U.S. Visit www.russos.com. 3 Be FIERCE at the Garage with Coach D in their new location, where they're now offering morning and evening small group training classes spe- cific for women's bod- ies. Join now to experience classes such as Tabata Tuesdays, G3 Wednesday, and Triple Threat Thursday. All women. All ages. All destinations. FIERCE at the Garage is located at 19 Tech Circle in Natick. Visit www. fiercebychoice.com, email coachd@fiercebychoice. com, or call 832.221.4966. 3 Over 170 Wellesley Historical Society members and guests gathered at the Wellesley Country Club in June for A Spring Celebration, honoring Joseph Grignaffini and family. Board President Jared Parker and Executive Director Amanda Fisher welcomed all. The Tollhouse Shop and silent auction garnered extensive interest. Wellesley resident Mike Dowling Celebrating 39 years in business, Jesamondo Salon & Spa, the award-winning salon in the tony 'burbs known for its hair cutting, salon, and spa services, is the best kept secret for kids, too. Take it from 11-year-old Charlie Montemayor, who refuses to let any other salon touch his mahogany locks and says, "There's no other place I'd rather go than Jesamondo!" Fall is school picture time, so call 508.907.7171 to schedule your child's next best haircut. For more information, visit www.jesamondo.com. Laura Angliss and Charlie Montemayor B E T H F U R M A N Derith Cass l to r: Caroline Cohen, Hyunyoon (Jenny) Jung, Rachel O'Brien, and Ryland Rich Sonya Masur H E A T H E R G O S S Tony Russo l to r: Joseph Grignaffini; Joseph Grignaffini, Jr.; Leslie Grignaffini; and Nathaniel Grignaffini 34 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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