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 3 Wellesley Reads Together is Wellesley Free Library's annual community reading program. The 2018 choice is a 200th anni- versary edition of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, pairing the original 1818 version with annotations and essays exploring the social and ethical aspects of scientific creativity. Read this unique and accessible edition of Shelley's timeless tale, one of the most thought-provoking and influential novels ever written. Fall library pro- grams will include lectures, films, and a presentation by editor David Guston. 3 Interior designer Susan Grubaugh of Zimmans (Best of Boston 12-time win- ner) in Lynn describes her style as "updated traditional." With over 12 years of experience as a designer and sev- eral years prior at Home Portfolio, Susan brings a tremendous amount of experience to each of her clients' proj- ects. From furniture and fabric selections to window treatments, rugs, and lighting, Susan can take your project from start to finish. Contact her for an in- home consultation today at susan@zimmans.com. 3 AJ Rose Carpets and Flooring is excited to announce the winner of their third annual Dream Room Makeover sweepstakes. Follow the latest news @AJRoseCarpeting on Facebook and @ AJRoseCarpetsFlooring on Instagram and see how the room of one lucky Boston area resident is transformed from floor to ceiling with thousands of dollars in flooring from AJ Rose Carpets and Flooring. Visit one of their three convenient loca- tions in Burlington, Natick, and Saugus, or online at www.ajrosecarpets.com. 3 Dean Poritzky, Principal/License Partner at Engel & Völkers Wellesley, welcomes Peace Nguyen to the grow- ing team at the office in Wellesley Square. Peace is a licensed real estate advisor serving Boston and the western suburbs. A New England native, Peace currently resides in Wayland with her husband and two children. Her passion for real estate, in-depth knowledge of the community, strong financial background, and nego- tiation skills enable her to represent her clients with the highest level of service. 3 Wellesley resident Kitt Sawitsky, managing part- ner of Goulston & Storrs, was honored as one of three local family champions at Somerville-based Parenting Journey's first annual Breakfast of Family Champions benefit. Sawitsky has dedicated many years of pro bono legal services and has been a devoted partner to Parenting Journey. The benefit dinner honored members of the community who, like Sawitsky, share Parenting Journey's mission to uplift families to foster vibrant communities. 3 Wellesley Municipal Light Plant has partnered with National Grid to help Wellesley reach its 2018 energy savings goal. At no cost to you, an Energy Specialist will evaluate your entire home to identify Elise MacLennan Susan Grubaugh D A V I D S H O P P E R P H O T O G R A P H Y Greg and Margo Morin, 2017 Dream Room Makeover winners Dr. Kumkum Malik is a senior psychologist celebrating 15 years of practice in Wellesley. She specializes in motherhood and is a pub- lished author and popular speaker. Kumkum's life work as a coach and psychologist is founded on the principle that a mother's work is real work and deserves respect. She helps mothers create a framework that supports this work, accesses strengths to meet challenges, and enhances self-respect. Kumkum works within a calm, Eastern world-view that allows for harmony even within confusion, and gener- ates deep wisdom. For more information, visit www.aboutmotherhood.com and see her ad on page 39. Dr. Kumkum Malik Peace Nguyen Jefly Louis, Kitt Sawitsky, and Imari Paris Jeffries 38 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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