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Wellesley’s 1st Solar Installation Demonstration

Come See For Yourself & Ask All of Your Questions

Saturday June 14th from 2-5 at 2 Woodfield Rd.

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You are invited to Wellesley’s first — of many — neighborhood installation demonstrations on Saturday, June 14, from 2 – 5 pm at 2 Woodfield Road – the corner of Weston Road.

Stop in for a few minutes, look around, ask lots of questions, stay and celebrate.

We will be celebrating and available to answer these questions and more:
o   How does Wellesley’s Solar Program Work?
o   Is my home “Solar Suitable”?
o   What are the economics?
o   How do installed solar panels look?
o   How do solar installations affect home value?

Installation demonstrations are a great way to experience a visual perspective of what ‘going solar’ really means, and provides a better understanding of the ease of the process. Astrum Solar’s qualified consultants and Wellesley’s MORE Power to Choose Solar Ambassadors will be on site to questions and to schedule site visits if participants are interested in seeing if they are good candidates for solar.

Visit www.WellesleyPowerToChoose.com for more information, or if you are unable to attend. Feel free to email Wellesley’s Sustainable Energy Committee at sec@wellesleyma.gov with any questions.

Natick VNA Announces Fresh Taste 2014 Lineup

Signature event to raise funds to provide home health care to individuals in MetroWest

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The Natick Visiting Nurse Association (Natick VNA), the area’s premier free-standing, not-for-profit home health care agency, today announced that its 8th annual Fresh Taste benefit will take place on Thursday, June 19, 2014 from 6pm until 9pm at Elm Bank Reservation, Wellesley.

Former WCVB anchor Susan Wornick will host the event, which will raise funds to support the Natick VNA in its endeavor to provide home health care to individuals throughout MetroWest, regardless of their ability to pay. Funds will be raised through sponsorships, ticket sales, on-site donations and through a live and silent auction. Last year, Fresh Taste raised more than $60,000.

Additionally, the winning ticket for a six-day/five-night round-trip for two to Carmel, CA, will be drawn and announced at the event. The Natick VNA is raffling a trip for two that includes airport transportation, air fare, car service, tickets to the 26th Annual Taste of Carmel, overnight accommodations and more.

Wellesley Bank Charitable Foundation is the event’s Platinum Sponsor.

The following featured restaurants include:
• Belkin Family Lookout Farm, Natick – John Burns
• Captain Marden’s Seafoods/The Cod Squad Food Truck, Wellesley – Brian Sway
• The Cottage, Wellesley – John Wolfe
• Dorset Café, Wellesley – Sue Khudairi
• The Fireplace, Brookline – Jim Solomon
• Fifth Avenue Liquors, Framingham
• Fresh City of Natick
• Jack’s Abby Brewing, Framingham
• The Local, Wellesley – Brian Counihan
• Mac’s Seafood, Wellfleet
• Neiman Marcus Café, Natick – Joseph Lewi
• Pantry Restaurant, Natick – Alastair McLean
• Peet’s Coffee and Tea, Wellesley
• The Sherborn Inn, Sherborn – Gregory Talmont
• Sweet Basil, Needham – David Becker
• Water Fresh Farm, Hopkinton – Russell Thiel
• Whitney Place Assisted Living Residences, Natick – John Pestana and Christopher Norton
• Whole Foods Market/Wellesley
• Zaftig’s, Brookline and Natick – Miguel Linares

Tickets to the event are $75, and all proceeds will benefit the Natick VNA. Event sponsorships are available. Admission, sponsorship and Taste of Carmel information can be found at www.natickvna.org.

The Natick VNA provides services to individuals in the following communities: Ashland, Auburndale, Dover, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Hudson, Marlborough, Medfield, Medway, Millis, Natick, Needham, Newton, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland, Wellesley, Westborough, and Weston.

The Natick VNA is located at 209 West Central Street, Suite 313, Natick, Mass., 01760. For additional information, call 508-653-3081 or visit www.natickvna.org.

About The Natick Visiting Nurse Association: The Natick VNA, which serves more than 20 towns in MetroWest, is the area’s premier free-standing, not-for-profit home health care agency. The Natick VNA helps patients of all ages live with the fullest degree of independence in their own homes, while benefiting from the agency’s state-of-the-art home telemonitoring technology, ComfortCare palliative care program, cold laser therapy, and other advanced services.

Lyn Evans Hosts 4th Annual Benefit for Buddy Dog Humane Society

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On Thursday June 5th from 5:00pm until 8:00pm, Lyn Evans at 29 Main Street, Concord, MA will be hosting the 4th Annual Benefit for Buddy Dog Humane Society.

Lyn Evans will host an evening event to support Buddy Dog Humane Society.  Lyn Evans is donating 15% of all sales from the event to the local organization.  The evening will include shopping, raffles, silent auctions and refreshments.  Tickets are available prior to the event and at the door for $10.  All ticket sale proceeds will be donated to Buddy Dog.

Lyn Evans is a New England-based women’s boutique offering a large range of unique clothing and accessory items for women of all ages.  For over 33 years, the talented team of dedicated stylists have been in the business of wardrobing women “For all your lifestyles” in all eight locations across Massachusetts and Connecticut.  As part of the Lyn Evans mission, it is the company’s goal to serve the communities we do business in.  Lyn Evans is the proud recipient of the 2012 RAMAES Award as well as Best of Boston- South Shore 2013.