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This announcement is especially mean- ingful as it signifies their ninth and tenth awards from this organization. Matthew Cunningham is honored that his work can be used in any effort to pro- mote the valuable contributions that landscape designers make throughout the international design community. See more at www.matthew-cunningham.com. 3 Hammond Residential Real Estate's Wellesley and Weston offices are proud to sponsor events and support fundraisers connecting individuals in the communities in which we live and work. From the esteemed Hammond Performing Arts Series concerts to the Weston Education Enrichment Fund Committee, from the Newton- Wellesley Hospital HopeWalks to the National Point Foundation, from the Weston 300 celebration to the Community Servings' "Pie in the Sky" fundraiser, Hammond is committed to creating strong commu- nity bonds. Visit www.HammondRE.com. 3 Boston Chinese Acupuncture Clinic has recently moved to a new office suite at 105 Chestnut Street, Unit 36, in Needham. Walk-in consultation is wel- come. The clinic offers free consultation and a 10 per- cent discount for the first visit by the end of August, 2015. In other news, Dr. Li Zheng, a Wellesley resi- dent, will hold a seminar at the Whole Foods store in Boca Raton, Florida to discuss the benefits of natural foods and acupuncture in management and control of inflammation and allergies. Visit www.bostonchine- seacupuncture.com and call 617.817.1910. 3 Stefco Builders, based in Newton, recently received the Newton Historic Preservation Award for 233 Highland Avenue. This Victorian gambrel style home, located at the top of West Newton hill, was originally built in 1879. Creating balance between old and new is always a challenge and this home is a perfect example of keeping the old look while creating new spaces with all the modern amenities. Visit www.stefcobuilders.com. 3 Pure Solutions of Weston is proud to announce the expansion of their organic tick and mosquito control services on Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard. The location is managed by Rory Nickerson, a twelfth generation native of Chatham. For more information, call 781.899.7873 and visit www.puresolutions.com. 3 Lisa Abeles, Wellesley resident and president of Abeles and Associates Architects, has been made a trustee of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. Lisa enjoys incorpo- rating thoughtful landscape into the residential projects of her firm, and does a lot of gardening at her own home. She is particularly inter- ested in the recent initiatives to restore the Elm Bank Manor House and to expand the Farm to Table program. She is looking forward to collaborating with the exciting group of people that make up the Mass Hort board. 3 For the third consecutive year that Chris Wyand, LEED AP and owner of Sir Grout of Greater 28 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | s u m m e r 2 0 1 5 inbox Ted St John (left) and Dean Poritzky Matthew Cunningham Lisa Abeles

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