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Family Promise Metrowest Cookie Swap

Family Promise Metrowest Cookie Swap December 22nd.

Photos by John Harmon

Century Bank Announces the Grand Opening of New Branch in Wellesley

logoCentury Bank, the largest family run bank in New England, today announced the opening of a branch at 258 Washington Street in Wellesley as part of its commitment to provide more convenient access in Wellesley.

Century Bank customers in Wellesley, Weston and the surrounding communities will be able to take advantage of the new lobby design, the easy access 24-hour ATM and plenty of free parking. Customers will not only enjoy the benefits of the convenient Wellesley location, but also the service of dedicated bankers, knowledgeable in an array of financial services including consumer and business solutions, savings and loan options and financial planning.

“Expanding our branch network further demonstrates our community commitment as the premier local banking institution,” said Barry R. Sloane, President and CEO of Century Bank.” We are happy to be able to better serve the people who live, work and bank in the Wellesley community.”

About Century Bank

Century Bank, a subsidiary of Century Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ: CNBKA), is a state chartered, full-service commercial bank. Century Bank operates twenty-seven full-service branches in Greater Boston and offers a full range of Business, Personal, Institutional Services and Investment Products. Century Bank and Trust Company is a member of the FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender.

Corporate Headquarters is located at 400 Mystic Avenue, Medford, MA 02155. Branches are located in Allston, Andover, Beverly, Boston, Braintree, Brookline, Burlington, Cambridge, Chestnut Hill, Everett, Lynn, Malden, Medford, Newton, Peabody, Quincy, Salem, Somerville, Winchester, Wellesley and Woburn. For more information, please visit our website.

Boston Assemblies: A Tradition of Dancing Skills and Manners


Some of us go to work. Susan Cole and Donald Mason go dancing. The pair run the Boston Assemblies and have taught many generations of Wellesley and Weston kids the fox trot, the swing, and the waltz.

For decades, thousands of local preteens have had the pleasure—or the initially mortifying experience—of learning social dance and etiquette under the scrupulous tutelage of Cole and Mason. Fifth graders from all over Greater Boston attend weekly classes in what has become a regional rite of passage.

Read more in the Digital Edition of the Winter 2016 Issue of WellesleyWeston Magazine.