WellesleyWeston Magazine

WINTER 2012/2013

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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contents volume 8 issue 4 16 Publisher's Letter 18 Editor's Letter features winter 2012/2013 46 Soulful Memories of Holidays Past Local elders recount their Depression-era childhood family traditions. 56 From Wellesley to Kabul Meet Dr. Richard Ehrlichman, the Wellesley doctor who changed an Afghan orphan's life. 66 Weston Turns 300 The birthday party planned for the Town of Weston will last throughout 2013. Discover how you can join in the fun. 76 Having "the Conversation" Although it may be difficult, now is the time to discuss future end-of-life decisions with your loved ones. 86 Becoming Visible The West Suburban Alliance for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Queer Youth (WAGLY) and other area organizations provide a supportive environment for local young people. 94 Weston Historical Society Tercentennial Exhibition Celebrates the "Farmers' Precinct" A major exhibition is in the works to reflect on Weston's evolution from a rural backwater to an affluent suburb. 106 Deer Hunting in Weston Weston town officials have issued a limited number of permits to archers to hunt deer on town land in an effort to curb the deer population. We look at the pros and cons. < cover PETER BAKER photographer 114 Labyrinths: Exploring the Path of Life Are you looking for a fresh—or deeper—approach to life's daily challenges? Consider the power to be found in walking a labyrinth. The table is set for a holiday season filled with special gatherings of family and friends. PETER VANDERWARKER

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