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inbox recent news briefs covering wellesley and weston people, places, and businesses 3 Angie O'Donnell and Wellesley resident Sue Williamson, executive coaches and founders of 3D Leadership Group, a Boston-based leadership development firm, recently commemorated their firm's 10th anniversary by taking their executive coaching team to New York City to participate in a two-day workshop facilitated by Leaders' Quest, a social enterprise with a charitable foundation that works with leaders from business, government, and civil society to catalyze change by developing wise, compassionate, and adept leaders. For more infor- mation, please visit www.3dleadershipgroup.com and www.leadersquest.org. 3 Bonsoir Fine Linens has launched a new website: www.bonsoirfinelinens.com. Visit Bonsoir online or in the new showroom at 873 Worcester Street (Route 9 West), Suite #1, where you'll find an exquisite collection of luxury home linens with a personalized touch. Bonsoir draws upon 25 years of experience to create bespoke bed, bath, and table linens that are uniquely yours. You'll find embroidery, jacquard, and print patterns from around the world in the highest quality fabrics including Egyptian Giza cotton, modal, silk, linen, wool, and cashmere. 3 Wellesley resident and architect Patrick Ahearn FAIA was awarded a Citation Award for "Excellence in Architecture" at the 2017 AIA New England Awards. Senior Associate Michael Tartamella received the award on the firm's behalf at the award ceremony. Visit www.patrickahearn.com for more information. 3 Construction continues on Charles River School's (CRS) new middle school building, with occupancy expected for the 2018−2019 academic year. This new building will support the school's progressive, innovative curriculum. To learn more about CRS, an independent school for Grades Pre- K−8, contact Director of Admissions Kat Whitten at 508.785.8213 or kwhitten@charlesriverschool.org. You can also visit www.charlesriverschool.org. New transportation options will be available for the 2018- 2019 academic year. 3 Family owned and operated since 1977, A.J. Rose Carpets & Flooring continues its local out- reach as a proud sponsor of Kate's Voice. Kate's Voice is a local nonprofit that provides music therapy services to students with special needs. Through interactive sessions, music therapy offers students the opportunity to develop a wide range of skills in social, self-expression, communication, and gross/ fine motor functions. For more information, visit www.katesvoice.org and www.ajrosecarpets.com AJ Boyajian and John Boyajian Sheldon Pennoyer, Michael Tartamella , and Vada Seccareccia J O H N W . H E S S I O N front row: Paul Giragos, Renee Cooper, Sue Williamson, Angie O'Donnell, Carol Salloway, and Carly Goldsmith; back row: Todd Williamson, Ed Evarts, Deb Busser, and Michael Madera Jennifer Bergh Cathy Varetimos is celebrating her three-year anniversary as the owner of Beauty and Main, located at 79 Central Street in Wellesley. Varetimos has been in the cosmetic/skincare industry for over 20 years. She and her staff of highly educated beauty stylists help customers with all of their beauty needs includ- ing makeup application services for special events as well as everyday lessons. Shop a wide variety of makeup and skincare lines including new product lines KORRES, Patchology, Lavanila, and Moroccanoil. Visit www.beautyandmain.com. Tulin Grossman, Amanda Bowen Comeau, Natalie Havrylik, Cathy Varetimos, Melissa Dunning, and Lisa Fihlman O'Connor B E T H F U R M A N 30 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | s p r i n g 2 0 1 8

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