WellesleyWeston Magazine

FALL 2017

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 Architectural and/or Residential Design Company at the 2017 Best of the Vineyard Awards for the fourth year in a row. Every year, the Best of the Vineyard Awards pro- vide local islanders and fans alike an opportunity to vote for the best in local food, shopping, entertain- ment, and more. Please visit www.patrickahearn.com for more information. 3 Wellesley Dental Group is excited to introduce the Digital Smile Design platform, a cutting-edge technology, which incorporates advanced facial imaging (including lip, chin, and eyes) along with 3-D planning, to customize a treatment plan that will enhance the patient's physical characteristics. One of the benefits of this tool is that patients can "co-design" their makeover to align with their aes- thetic preferences, and achieve the smile they've always wanted. 3 A.J. Rose Carpets & Flooring has purchased the Williston Weaves brand. Located in Newton Upper Falls, Williston Weaves has been a leader in the interior design flooring industry, known for their selection, quality, and specialty expert installation to trade only professionals. Williston Weaves' tradition of exemplary customer service and the company name and operations will not change. Founded in 1977, A.J. Rose Carpets and Flooring is a family- run business managed by John and A.J. Boyajian. All designers are welcome to contact Williston Weaves at 617.969.5550 for more information. 3 Bates Elementary School's cafeteria recycling and food waste diversion project and Wellesley's Food Service Director Matt Delaney won three separate awards in State House ceremonies, sparking statewide and regional attention. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs presented the 23rd annual Secretary's Awards for Excellence in Energy and Environmental Education to schools and teachers (K-12 ) across the Commonwealth for their outstanding efforts in furthering energy and environmental education initiatives at their schools. 3 Charles River School (CRS), an independent school for grades preK-8, has begun construction on a new middle school building that will open Fall 2018. The building will support the school's progressive, innovative curriculum. To learn more about CRS, join them for a monthly information session, or visit one of their open houses on Saturday, October 28 and Sunday, November 12. To learn more, visit www.charlesriverschool.org, or contact Kat Whitten at 508.785.8213 or kwhitten@charlesriverschool.org. Dr. Zarah Ali, Dr. Ejaz Ali, and Dr. Femina Ali Patrick Ahearn R A N D I B A I R D P H O T O G R A P H Y 32 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 7

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