WellesleyWeston Magazine

WINTER 2013/2014

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 3Pinnacle 3Vo2max Elite is joining the Vo2max family in Thanksgiving and Christmas, the Pine Straw staff Properties is tional counseling, and yoga to the brand, Vo2max will help you tackle your holiday list and, as always, pleased to Elite has no equal. Founders Matt and Jessica gift wrapping is complimentary. Stressed about announce that what to wear to all of those holiday parties? Pine Vincent Spoto has Straw now offers personal stylist appointments. been appointed Visit www.pinestrawshopwellesley.com. Vice-Chair of the many great holiday gifts, seasonal d├ęcor, and beautiful apparel. With only four weeks between 3Terrascapes Landscape Design has initiated a fine gardening division of the company. As many of Residential Needham. Bringing Elite personal training, nutri- Board of Directors of one of the Better Vincent Spoto Terrascapes' design clients expressed interest in Business Bureau's largest chapters. having their gardens maintained after installation, it For the past seven years, Mr. Spoto has been on made sense to include this service. Terrascapes the Board of Directors of the Better Business now employs three lead gardeners with strong hor- Bureau chapter that encompasses Eastern ticultural backgrounds, as well as three assistant Massachusetts, all of Maine, Vermont, and Rhode gardeners. "We are planning to increase this level Island. Spoto is co-founder and co-owner of again next year, and are looking forward to main- Pinnacle Residential Properties, a full-service resi- Dupee, originally from Weston and Needham, have taining beautiful gardens throughout the Metrowest dential real estate company headquartered in spent the last two years developing the unique area," says owner Susan Opton. Wellesley. Michael Shea, Heather Sullivan, Matthew Dupee, and Jessica Dupee concept of Train like a Boxer! No big machines. No heavy weights. Nothing that plugs in. Vo2max Fitness and Vo2max Elite get the job done. 3Wellesley architect and resident Jan Gleysteen AIA recently presented at "For the Love of Old: Restoring and Creating Heirlooms." The design salon is part of an ongoing series for home- Jan Gleysteen owners that features local designers, builders, and artisans. The event was held at Trefler's in Newton and hosted by Design New England. For more information please visit www.jangleysteeninc.com or contact We l l e s l e y We s t o n M a g a z i n e | w i n t e r 2 0 1 3 / 2 0 1 4 Jan Gleysteen Architects, Inc. at 781.431.0080. 3The West Newton Hearing Center is holding an Open House December 11 and December 12. Have your hearing tested by licensed audiologists who will check and clean your current hearing aids and allow you to "test drive" new technology with no financial obligation. All Open House services are provided free of charge. Experience for yourself 38

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