WellesleyWeston Magazine

WINTER 2017/2018

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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inbox Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook were also awarded recognition as Boston's Top Dentists in the August 2017 edition of Boston maga- zine. They look forward to many more years of serv- ing as smile ambassadors, especially now that their team is growing with the addition of their daughter, Dr. Zarah Ali, a general dentist, as well as a group of dedicated specialists. 3 a Blade of Grass, a company offering a fresh per- spective in landscape design, has moved to Sudbury. Heather Lashbrook Jones, MCH and her team are excited to have a new space where they can stretch their legs. The new location, at 9 Old County Road, offers a natural light design space, display gardens, and an expansive area for their vehicles and plants. Stay tuned for news of an open house and visit www.abladeof grass.com for more news. 3 Ivette Mesmar, long- time member of the Lions Club and branch manager of the Brookline Bank Wellesley Hills office, successfully revived the local Lions Club in July. Thanks to Mesmar's recruiting efforts, the charter already has 22 mem- bers and is looking to continue its growth and service in the community. For more information about the Wellesley Centennial Lions Club, call 774.245.2472 or email wellesleylionsclub@gmail.com. 3 Wellesley resident and architect Jan Gleysteen, AIA, was recently appointed as board member to the Wellesley Historical Commission. Gleysteen brings many years of experi- ence in residential design and renovation to the position along with his passion for historical architecture. For more information on his firm and their work, please visit www.JanGleysteenInc.com or call 781.431.0080. 3 Gail Lockberg, a Wellesley resident and broker at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Town and Country Real Estate has identified a need in the marketplace for man- agers who care deeply about developing indi- viduals on their team. For this reason, Gail has recently com- pleted the Brian Buffini mentoring program and the company proudly announces that she is now a certi- fied mentor. 3 Designer Bath and Salem Plumbing Supply, New England's longest-standing provider of fine fixtures, furnishings, and accessories for the bath and kitchen, recently opened a new 7,000-square- foot showroom at 604 Pleasant Street in Watertown. Siblings, President Jason Sevinor and Showroom Brand Manager Mindy Sevinor, and the Designer Bath team bring a wealth of knowledge, expertise, and expansive product selection to homeowners, designers, builders, and architects in the Greater Boston area. For more information, visit www.designerbath.com. 3 Construction is underway on Charles River School's new middle school building, which will support the school's progressive, innovative cur- riculum. Project completion is anticipated this spring. To learn more about CRS, an independent school for Grades PreK−8, join them for one of their monthly Information Sessions. Contact Director of Admissions Kat Whitten at 508.785.8213 or kwhitten@charlesriverschool.org, or visit www. charlesriverschool.org. CRS will also offer new trans- portation options for the 2018−2019 academic year. 3 Kertzman & Weil, LLP announced that Amy Reich Weil, founder and managing partner, has been appointed to the Board of Advisors at North Hill, the leader in senior living communi- ties in Massachusetts. Weil was asked to join the board because of her close ties, both professionally and personally, to the Needham and Wellesley communities. Weil's firm provides attorney services for both residential and commercial real estate transactions. Wellesley resident John Harmon of John Harmon Photography is one of 50 artists who will be displaying their work at Francesca Anderson Fine Art's 33rd Annual Almost Miniatures Show mid-November through January 13, 2018. Located in Lexington, the gallery's hours are Wednesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 5:00 p.m. For more information, visit www.FAFineArt.com, email Francesca@PortraitsNorth.com, or call 781.862.0660. John Harmon Jan Gleysteen Jason Sevinor and Mindy Sevinor Gail Lockberg Ivette Mesmar Amy Reich Weil 30 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | w i n t e r 2 0 1 7 / 2 0 1 8

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