WellesleyWeston Magazine

SUMMER 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 tions in the following communities: Wellesley, Weston, Newton, Needham, Natick, Framingham, Waltham, Roxbury, Cambridge, and Boston. The foundation directed a significant portion of the dona- tions toward low- to moderate-income organizations, at-risk youth, education, and community organiza- tions. "We are thrilled that our foundation is able to financially support so many wonderful organizations within the communities we serve," said Maureen Sullivan, foundation president. 3 Anna Thurber is gearing up for summer with tons of new blooms to freeze and photograph from her garden. The stunning pieces will be avail- able on her website for purchase at www. annathurber.com. Have a special event or wedding this sum- mer? Reach out to Anna for a custom piece using flowers from your event to create a lasting memory. Contact annathurber@mac.com for more information. 3 Vox Cambridge College Consulting is offering a four-day College Quest workshop July 30 through August 2 to be held at the Harvard Faculty Club in Cambridge. Students will start senior year with their college applications well under control and also learn how to master the college interview, complete college essays, get started on the common applica- tion, and more. Space is limited. For informa- tion and to enroll, visit www.voxcambridge.co or call 617.320.2724. Also see their ad on page 45. 3 The MacDowell Company, a Weston- based landscape architecture company, welcomes Michael Nowicki, RLA to the team. Mike graduated cum laude from the University of Massachusetts with a Bachelor of Science degree in landscape architecture and regional planning and has been a Massachusetts Registered Landscape Architect for over 10 years. Pursuing what has been a life-long passion in this field, he now boasts nearly two decades of experience as a designer and team leader on some of the most diverse and finest proj- ects in the Boston area. 3 A.J. Rose Carpets & Flooring is a proud sponsor of the 2018 YMCA Metro North Road Race Series. Five unique races are featured across our communi- ties to motivate, inspire, and promote the YMCA's mission of youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility. Come join us for a fun-filled day of exercise and local community involvement. Find out more at www.ymcametronorth.org/support/ road-race-series and visit www.ajrosecarpets.com. Find A.J.Rose, your local flooring expert, in Natick, Burlington, and Saugus. 3 Jonathan Penta joins an elite group of business advisors as he recently earned the Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA) desig- nation through the Exit Planning Institute. The CEPA Program is the most widely accepted and endorsed profes- sional exit planning program available, focused around cross-functional consulting and value acceleration. This achievement will help Penta to better prepare his clients for the transition of their business as this has become a rapidly growing need in the marketplace. For more information, visit financialservicesinc.ubs.com/ team/pentawealthmanagement. Jonathan Penta Anna Thurber Kathleen Moore Michael Nowicki AJ Boyajian and John Boyajian Patrick Ahearn Architect LLC is pleased to announce the elevation of Michael Tartamella AIA to managing principal. This new role in the firm recognizes Tartamella's significant contribu- tions and foreshadows both his and the firm's continued success. Since joining Patrick Ahearn Architect in 2005, Tartamella has excelled in pro- viding outstanding design and project manage- ment on many of the firm's most significant projects, and he has demonstrated a profound aptitude and commitment to the firm's unique approach to creating timeless architecture. For more information, visit www.patrickahearn.com. Michael Tartamella 34 W e l l e s l e y W e s t o n M a g a z i n e | s u m m e r 2 0 1 8

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