WellesleyWeston Magazine

SPRING 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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Follow WellesleyWeston Magazine on Facebook inbox Design Excellence and Achievement award recognizes designers of the high- est level of profes- sionalism whose commitment to the field of interior design and to modern design in particular is exem- plary. For more infor- mation, visit www. lauriegorelickinteriors.com or call 508.651.8330. 3 New England's award-winning shop and design studio Casabella Interiors is launching an online boutique this spring. A go-to destination for all things home, you'll soon be able to shop their sophisti- cated East Coast aesthetic 24/7. Get ready for a high-style mix of one-of-a-kind global furnishings, accessories, lighting, rugs, and art — all curated by company founder and principal designer Michele Chagnon-Holbrook. Visit www.casabellainteriors.com. 3 Chris Norcross, Jon Lynch, and Wendy Beaulieu of William Raveis Real Estate proudly supported the research and treatment advance- ments being made at the Susan F. Smith Center for Women's Cancers at Dana-Farber during the "Beyond Boston Luncheon" at Wellesley Country Club. It's estimated the event raised over $200,000 to benefit the women's organization. 3 The Gardens at Elm Bank 2018 Calendar has arrived! This beautiful calendar fea- tures images of The Gardens at Elm Bank and the Elm Bank Reservation taken by Wellesley photogra- pher John Harmon. Each month contains advice from Elm Bank horticulturists intended for growers in our region — tips for gardens, lawns, houseplants, and more. Order yours at www.masshort.org. 3 Weston resident Liz Darling, a veteran of the real estate sector, recently joined LEVATUS, a newly- launched wealth ser- vices company. Darling is part of the founding team and will serve as senior client advisor to LEVATUS' clients. The LEVATUS founding team has almost 100 years of combined experience that they use to pursue positive change, offering a simplified, direct approach to investing. LEVATUS LLC is a registered investment advisor with offices at 129 Newbury Street, Boston. For more information, visit www.LEVATUSWEALTH.com. 3 Charlene Nigohsian Fallon, president of Nigohsian Carpet & Rug (www.nigohsiancarpet. com), is in her tenth volunteer year as a ski instruc- tor at Loon Mountain for New England Disabled Sports, a nationally-recognized program that provides year-round adaptive sport instruction to adults and children with physical and cog- nitive disabilities. Programs allow indi- viduals with disabilities to enjoy a boundary-free environment, outdoor rec- reation with friends and family, and access to equip- ment and instruction. Nigohsian Carpet & Rug is located at 55 Crawford Street in Needham. 3 Pam Kubbins, owner of Pam's Pashminas, just returned from working with her creative team in India on some beautiful and unique textile designs. She will be fea- turing her new pieces in her online boutique at www.pamspashminas. com and at the World Trade Center for her tenth anniversary at the Boston Flower and Garden Show in March. The MacDowell Company, a Weston-based land- scape architecture and construction company, has received the Best of Boston Home award for Landscape Design/Build, West for 2018. The MacDowell Company is honored to receive this award and for the recognition of their dedication to the high- est quality in design, construction, and client experi- ence. Please visit www.TheMacDowellCompany.com or call 781.899.9393. For more information on the Boston Home award pick up the Winter 2018 issue. Bruce MacDowell D O R O T H Y G R E C O Chris Norcross, Jon Lynch and Wendy Beaulieu J O H N D E P U T Y / D A N A - F A R B E R C A N C E R I N S T I T U T E Pam Kubbins John Harmon Charlene Nigohsian Fallon Liz Darling Michele Holbrook Laurie Gorelick 38 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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