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inbox 3 Cathy Varetimos is celebrating her second anni- versary as the new owner of Beauty and Main, located at 79 Central Street in Wellesley. Beauty and Main's latest product lines include Patchology, Coola Organic Suncare and Self-Tanning, Coastal Salt and Soul, and the Smith and Cult Nail Line, to name just a few. Other popular lines include Trish McEvoy, Laura Mercier, Bare Minerals, Pai Shau, and more. Beauty and Main offers in-house and off-site makeup services, parties, and workshops, and also complimentary curbside pick-up. Call 781.237.1685 for details and information. 3 The Wellesley Bank Charitable Foundation announced that Maureen E. Sullivan has been named president of the foundation. Sullivan previ- ously served as a director on the foundation board. Sullivan will continue to perform in the position of executive vice presi- dent, chief marketing and human resources officer at Wellesley Bank. The Wellesley Bank Charitable Foundation supports 200 various non-profit organizations in Wellesley, Weston, Natick, Needham, Newton, and Boston. It was formed in 2011 for the purpose of giv- ing back to the communities in which the bank serves. 3 Ellen Curran Design's new slogan, "New Designs Where Modern Meets Convention," embodies the sleek, modern, and functional style that Ellen creates. "Effectively bridging the gap between conven- tional and minimalist styles, results in an up-to-date and highly functional version of what has been known as the 'traditional home.' Respect for convention, and restrained mod- ernism, brings life to this new vision, through stream- lined traditional elements, and subtle changes in shapes, colors and materials." The kitchen on page 79 is a good example of this approach. 3 Joe Campanelli, chairman of the Tufts Medical Center Board of Directors, addressed the large crowd of attendees at the 2017 Working Wonders for Tufts Medical Center event held on March 28 in the Boston innovation district. The event raised more than $1.2 million while highlighting the incredible work of Tufts Medical Center's CardioVascular Center. A longtime resident of Wellesley, Mr. Campanelli also serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Needham Bank. PLEASE SEND YOUR INTERESTING NEWS ITEMS to jill@wellesleywestonmagazine.com. E-mail submissions only please; jpeg photos are welcome at 300dpi. Visit wwmblog.com for more Inbox news featuring Bach to Rock, Bella Santé, CENTURY 21 Commonwealth, Elizabeth Renee Esthetics, North Hill, Perry Brokerage, Real Estate Bar Association Dispute Resolution, S+H Construction, Inc., and more. 3 For more Inbox news, please visit wwmblog.com P A I G E B R O W N P H O T O G R A P H Y Joe Campanelli Ellen Curran Maureen Sullivan B E T H F U R M A N (l to r) Natalie Havrylik, Amanda Bowen Comeau, Cathy Varetimos, Tulin Grossman, and Amanda Washer 40 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 7

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