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 Show and always looks forward to seeing her won- derful customers there. 3 Dr. William LoVerme and his team, at Accurate Aesthetics Plastic Surgery, P.C., are happy to announce that their practice has been named a Center of Excellence for BTL Exilis™ and BLT Vanquish™. Exilis is for patients who are seeking to reduce wrinkles and have a more youthful looking face and body without undergoing the knife. Vanquish Fat Removal has no downtime, is a FDA-cleared non-invasive treatment, and is easier than Cool Sculpt. You can lose two to four inches. For more information, call 781.263.0011 and visit www.AccurateAesthetics.com. 3 The Wellesley Mothers Forum announced the start of the 2017−2018 membership year at a kickoff event held in the fall at the Wellesley College Club. Co-Presidents Kim Markelewicz and Sita Merchea are leading the organization this year, with 65 dedicated volunteers. The new board of directors and committee volunteers are proud to provide opportunities for over 500 local mothers to come together with the goal of establishing a long-term support network. Membership is open to residents of Wellesley and surrounding towns. Visit www.wellesleymothersforum.com. 3 Eleni Kaplan is highlighted in the 2018 Boston Design Guide feature "Breaking Ground." Eleni, daugh- ter of Marc Kaplan of Sanford Custom Builders, is a third generation builder and owner of E.K. Sanford Builders. Her custom home construction company excels in crafting thoughtfully designed homes with finely executed details and skillfully works within the allocated budget and timeframe. Eleni can be reached at eleni@sanfordcustom.com. 3 Former longtime Wellesley residents Mark and Gwenn Snider, co-owners of The Nantucket Hotel, invite you to spend the holidays at their award-win- ning hotel that was named the #1 Hotel in the United States by TripAdvisor. Stay for Thanksgiving and enjoy a traditional buf- fet feast, experience the famous Christmas Stroll, or celebrate 2018 at their Gala New Year's Eve Snow Ball with an orchestra and champagne. This year's theme is "A Winter Wonderland." Visit www.thenantuckethotel.com for more information. 3 MassBay Community College is pleased to announce that Governor Charlie Baker has reap- pointed longtime Wellesley resident Thomas E. Peisch as Chair of the College's Board of Trustees. Peisch has served on the MassBay Board of Trustees since his appointment by for- mer Governor Deval Patrick in July 2012. In November of 2012, he was elected to Vice Chair, and Governor Baker appointed Peisch as Chairman of the Board of Trustees in November, 2015. He is a founder of Conn Kavanaugh Rosenthal Peisch & Ford, LLP. 3 This year, Whitla Brothers Builders celebrates its 30th anniversary. Founded by Wellesley natives Stuart and Douglas Whitla, the company specializes in custom residential construction in both the Wellesley/ Weston area and Chatham. Since Stuart's passing in 2007, Douglas has carried on the brothers' guiding principles of infusing passion, excellence, integrity, and fun into every Whitla Brothers project. For more information, visit www.whitlabrothers.com or call 508.359.4292. Owned and managed by Weston residents Linda and Stan Shotkus for 39 years before closing last spring, Lyn Evans celebrated a Grand Re-Opening shopping event this fall at its three locations in Norwell, Concord, and New Canaan, CT. South Shore resident Charlie White has invested in the brand and reopened the business. Helping preserve her family's legacy is Jenn Shotkus, the daughter of Linda and Stan, who is serving as buyer for Lyn Evans. To learn more, read "Carrying On" in the Business department on page 122 in this issue. Charlie White and Jenn Shotkus Gwenn and Mark Snider R T U F A N K J I A N Doug Whitla The Wellesley Mothers Forum Eleni Kaplan Thomas E. Peisch 40 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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