WellesleyWeston Magazine


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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Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook helped earn her posi- tion among the com- pany's top real estate professionals. Having lived in Wellesley for over 40 years, Ellen has extensive knowl- edge of Wellesley and surrounding commu- nities, she has also been recognized by WellesleyWeston Magazine for her interior staging and flower expertise. 3 There is new leadership at the Dana Hall School of Music in Wellesley. Executive Director Michelle Kiehl brings an extensive background in business management and a strong commitment to the growth and advancement of stu- dents through music education. She is joined by Artistic Coordinator Genevieve Marino. In addition to her new responsibilities, Marino teaches classi- cal voice, acoustic guitar and beginner piano. The School of Music provides high-quality music instruction to students of all ages and backgrounds. For more information, visit www.danahall.org/som. 3 VIVIDS Hair Color Dyes are now at Jesamondo Salon & Spa. A galaxy of color options including Fireball, Mermaid, Cupid, Lemon, Absinthe, Lilac, and numerous others can be streaked or balay- aged to create an array of looks to suit any modern fantasy. Donning the crowns of celebs and locals alike, they're ideal for any season. Go for a simple splash of color to amp up your style or full-on unicorn. Call 508. 907.7171 for details and visit www. Jesamondo.com. 3 Weston resident Tiina Smith recently opened Tiina Smith Studios, offering a collection of fine jewelry to the dis- criminating buyer. Tiina fell in love with jewelry more than two decades ago and began assembling her collection. After receiving inquiries from admirers about her pieces, she decided to help others acquire unique and elegant jewelry. Please view a sample of the collection at TiinaSmithStudios.com and email her at tiina@ tiinabsmith.com. 3 Darby Road HOME (DRH) is expanding its design services beyond Boston, the Cape, and New Hampshire to Quechee and Woodstock, Vermont. DRH owner and operator Michelle Coppolo owns a vaca- tion home in Quechee so it is only natural to include her design services there as many of the second homeowners are from the Boston area. Because she is in Quechee so frequently, she can offer the same design services on site throughout the year that she offers her other clients. For more information, call 781.899.6900. 3 While seniors were home for Thanksgiving break, Needham Bank recognized the Wellesley Michelle DeCosta, Heather McAdams, and Ashley Roderigue Ellen Walsh A D A M R I C H I N S P H O T O G R A P H Y Tiina Smith E R I C L . L E v I N MIchelle Coppolo C L Y T I E S A D L E R , L L C . 35 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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